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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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favors

   Part, Question
1 1, 98 | 19): "The northern wind favors the generation of ~males, 2 2, 69 | With regard to spontaneous favors we ~are perfected - by a 3 2, 100 | either in memory of past favors, or in ~sign of some favor 4 2, 100 | purpose. Now of all the Divine favors to be ~commemorated the 5 2, 100 | glorious." ~Because these favors first and chiefly are borne 6 2, 100 | account of certain particular favors temporal and transitory, 7 2, 100 | their children for ~any favors received, but rather the 8 2, 100 | Now there are two whose favors no man can ~sufficiently 9 2, 103 | in memory of other Divine favors, as state above ~(Q[102], 10 2, 103 | creation and other Divine favors ~should never be forgotten. 11 2, 103 | the future, but the Divine favors ~whereby we obtain the heavenly 12 2, 103 | people, foreshadowed the favors granted us ~by Christ. Hence 13 2, 13 | ascribing to an idol the favors bestowed by God Who ~had 14 2, 18 | enjoy God and to obtain favors from ~Him, so does he fear 15 2, 18 | God, and to receive ~other favors from Him, as stated above ( 16 2, 19 | consideration of ~Divine favors, especially the Incarnation, 17 2, 19 | neglect to consider the Divine favors arises from ~sloth. For 18 2, 22 | reason of each one ~of His favors. Therefore charity is not 19 2, 24 | For some of the signs and favors of love are shown to our ~ 20 2, 24 | we should show such like ~favors or signs of love towards 21 2, 24 | citizens." ~But there are other favors or signs of love, which 22 2, 24 | show ~our enemies such like favors and signs of love, except 23 2, 24 | urgency, to ~show such like favors to an enemy belongs to the 24 2, 24 | we receive many merciful favors."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 25 2, 24 | those from whom we receive favors, as appears from the passage ~ 26 2, 25 | as applying to ~outward favors, which we ought to confer 27 2, 25 | speaking of love with regard to favors ~respecting the fellowship 28 2, 25 | child is bound out of the favors received to provide for ~ 29 2, 25 | to give than to receive ~favors: and we are most fond of 30 2, 25 | have received the greatest favors, to those on whom we have ~ 31 2, 26 | e.g. we love a man for ~the favors received from him, although 32 2, 26 | longer love him for his favors, but for his virtue. ~Accordingly, 33 2, 26 | His love, for instance, by favors bestowed by Him, by the 34 2, 29 | before conferring gratuitous ~favors. But it is a man's duty 35 2, 31 | on whom to ~bestow such favors as are due, not to any certain 36 2, 31 | in general, whether those favors be material or spiritual ~ 37 2, 31 | ought to bestow temporal favors on those ~especially of 38 2, 31 | he to confer ~spiritual favors, such as correction, teaching 39 2, 53 | account of the yet greater favors ~bestowed by God on man, 40 2, 60 | we have received greater favors from others ~(our parents 41 2, 86 | sovereignty, and on account of the favors he has received from God. ~ 42 2, 95 | prove ~by experience the favors which God would shower upon 43 2, 104 | to give thanks for human favors?~(4) Whether thanksgiving 44 2, 104 | which it belongs to repay favors received, is not a special ~ 45 2, 104 | dignity, from whom ~general favors proceed; fourthly it is 46 2, 104 | received particular and private favors, on account of which we ~ 47 2, 104 | preserved by repayment of favors, although repayment of favors 48 2, 104 | favors, although repayment of favors belongs ~specially to the 49 2, 104 | act of grace. But some ~favors are granted without grace, 50 2, 104 | sometimes people bestow favors for their own profit. Therefore 51 2, 104 | bound to repayment for ~favors received.~Aquin.: SMT SS 52 2, 104 | person repaid. Therefore favors are ~not always to be repaid 53 2, 104 | that we are grateful for favors received should be shown 54 2, 104 | prescribed for the repayment of favors, and yet this repayment ~ 55 2, 104 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Favors also should be conferred 56 2, 104 | be observed in repaying favors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 57 2, 104 | It seems that in repaying favors we should not look at the ~ 58 2, 104 | denotes. Therefore in repaying favors we should look at the deed.~ 59 2, 104 | thanksgiving, whereby we repay favors, is a part of ~justice. 60 2, 104 | Therefore also in repaying favors we should consider the deed 61 2, 104 | ad 5; A[5]), in repaying favors we ~must consider the disposition 62 2, 105 | mortal sin?~(4) Whether favors should be withdrawn from 63 2, 105 | when forgetfulness of favors lays hold of a man, he has ~ 64 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether favors should be withheld from 65 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that favors should withheld from the 66 2, 105 | would not melt away unless favors were ~withheld from him. 67 2, 105 | withheld from him. Therefore favors should be withheld from 68 2, 105 | ingratitude. Therefore favors should not be bestowed on 69 2, 105 | we should not ~withhold favors from the ungrateful.~Aquin.: 70 2, 105 | the more he repeats his favors, the more ungrateful and 71 2, 105 | cease from bestowing his favors upon him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 72 2, 105 | ingratitude with repeated favors.~ 73 2, 121 | conferring certain particular ~favors: whereas a certain general 74 2, 127 | magnanimous is unmindful of favors; secondly, he is remiss 75 2, 127 | from ~whom he has received favors, this points to the fact 76 2, 127 | no ~pleasure in accepting favors from others unless he repay 77 2, 127 | that he is ready to do ~favors" (which is an act of charity), " 78 2, 184 | ungrateful for the divine favors which have raised ~him to 79 3, 85 | a kind of commutation in favors, when, to wit, ~a man gives 80 Suppl, 7 | the confession of God's favors in ~praise of God, belongs 81 Suppl, 13| ways; first, by reason of ~favors received, secondly, by reason 82 Suppl, 13| like regard the debt for favors received, ~so satisfaction 83 Suppl, 36| have a greater share of His favors, ~as Dionysius says (Eccl. 84 Suppl, 36| and receives more of His ~favors. Therefore by this alone 85 Suppl, 72| upon us, just as the Divine favors reach us by means of the 86 Suppl, 72| that ~we may receive His favors again. Hence it is that


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