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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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acceptable

   Part, Question
1 2, 58 | that men are virtuous and acceptable ~to God, without being vigorous 2 2, 69 | 4:24: "Let my counsel be acceptable to the king [Vulg: to thee, 3 2, 98 | and worketh justice, ~is acceptable to Him." Therefore the way 4 2, 102 | follow that whatever is ~acceptable to God is wisely done. Therefore 5 2, 102 | that bodily worship is not acceptable ~of itself: and so they 6 2, 102 | contained, is of itself acceptable to God; and ~consequently 7 2, 102 | holiness ~of the people acceptable to God: for it is written ( 8 2, 102 | held ~the blood to be most acceptable. Hence the Lord commanded 9 2, 102 | repentance, that ~we may become acceptable to God, according to Ps. 10 2, 105 | Him and worketh justice is acceptable to Him." But those who ~ 11 2, 105 | Him." But those who ~are acceptable to God should not be excluded 12 2, 107 | Testament who through faith were acceptable to God, in this respect 13 2, 10 | 31), that his alms were acceptable to God. Therefore not every ~ 14 2, 10 | works would not have been acceptable to God, whom ~none can please 15 2, 28 | defects is a sacrifice more acceptable to Him, as ~conducing more 16 2, 30 | 4:24: "Let my counsel be acceptable to the ~King; [Vulg.: 'to 17 2, 79 | which are of themselves acceptable to God. ~Hence Augustine 18 2, 79 | they were of themselves acceptable to the idols; ~and still 19 2, 81 | prayer is, the more is it acceptable to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 20 2, 86 | God, and since no work is acceptable to God unless it be ~virtuous, 21 2, 86 | vigils ~and fasting, is not acceptable to God except in so far 22 2, 86 | to God ~about something acceptable to Him. Now if you promise 23 2, 86 | stead declares what is acceptable to God, according to 2 Cor. 24 2, 86 | more virtuous and the more ~acceptable to God. Consequently in 25 2, 95 | what is the good, and the acceptable, and the perfect will of 26 2, 102 | service the more is it ~acceptable. Now what a man does out 27 2, 102 | deeds would be rendered less acceptable through ~being done out 28 2, 145 | every act ~of virtue is acceptable to God. But fasting is not 29 2, 145 | But fasting is not always acceptable to ~God, according to Is. 30 2, 155 | according as it is ~more acceptable to God and men. Now meekness 31 2, 155 | would appear to be most ~acceptable to God. For it is written ( 32 2, 155 | soul." Again, it is most acceptable to men; wherefore it is 33 2, 155 | Meekness and clemency make us acceptable to God and men, in ~so far 34 2, 170 | truths whereby it is rendered acceptable. For the intellect ~is led 35 2, 180 | that "no sacrifice is ~more acceptable to God than zeal for souls." 36 2, 180 | s soul to ~God, the more acceptable is his sacrifice to God; 37 2, 180 | God; wherefore it is more ~acceptable to God that one apply one' 38 2, 180 | that "no ~sacrifice is more acceptable to God than zeal for souls," 39 2, 184 | almsgiving is a work most acceptable to God, and as ~Chrysostom 40 2, 184 | those services are most acceptable to God which are done ~freely 41 2, 184 | which he does ~is the more acceptable to God, though it be of 42 2, 184 | s service, this is most acceptable to God. ~Hence Augustine 43 2, 184 | out of obedience ~is more acceptable to God than that which is 44 2, 184 | you." Hence fasting is not acceptable to ~God if it is done of 45 2, 186 | Whom no ~sacrifice is more acceptable than zeal for souls, as 46 2, 186 | vows; and humility is most acceptable to God. Now obedience and ~ 47 3, 2 | anything as well-pleasing or ~acceptable to Him, the union of the 48 3, 28 | however, she knew that it was ~acceptable to God, she made the vow 49 3, 47 | Christ's death was a most acceptable sacrifice to ~God, according 50 3, 48 | of the Passion was ~most acceptable to God, as coming from charity. 51 3, 48 | offerer's own flesh, it was acceptable to God on account of His 52 3, 49 | inasmuch as it is a most ~acceptable sacrifice to God. Now it 53 3, 64 | of the righteous are more acceptable to God ~than those of any 54 3, 64 | Church, whose prayers are acceptable to God, according to Mt. ~ 55 3, 64 | 24: "Let ~my counsel be acceptable" to the king; "Redeem thou 56 3, 83 | this sacrifice may be as acceptable as the sacrifice ~of Abel, 57 3, 83 | people's oblation to be made ~acceptable to God. Hence David said ( 58 3, 83 | stripped of our animal sense; 'acceptable,' i.e. that ~we who in ourselves 59 3, 83 | by its means, be made ~acceptable to His only Son."~Aquin.: 60 3, 83 | the men of old were most ~acceptable to God on account of their 61 3, 89 | merit, in so far as they are acceptable to God. It is in this respect ~ 62 3, 89 | were done, will ever be acceptable to God and ~give joy to 63 Suppl, 5 | affections of the heart are more acceptable to God ~than external acts. 64 Suppl, 13| is able to repay becomes acceptable. ~Others, however, say that 65 Suppl, 14| strifes" ~(Is. 58:4,5) was not acceptable to God, though fasting be 66 Suppl, 14| save by works that are ~acceptable to God. Therefore he that 67 Suppl, 14| of ~satisfaction must be acceptable to God, and for this they 68 Suppl, 14| therefrom. But works cannot be acceptable to God, and therefore ~cannot 69 Suppl, 14| through penance they are acceptable to God in the ~result they 70 Suppl, 15| since thereby we become acceptable to God, but we should submit ~ 71 Suppl, 23| words of salvation more acceptable. Moreover exception is made ~ 72 Suppl, 31| s prayer is sometimes as acceptable to God as a ~priest's. Therefore 73 Suppl, 71| they ask for ~something acceptable to God. For God dispenses 74 Suppl, 71| the sinner's prayer is not acceptable in so far as ~he is offensive, 75 Suppl, 71| is offensive, it may be acceptable to God on account of another 76 Suppl, 71| for a dead person is more acceptable than for a ~living person, 77 Suppl, 72| know their prayer to be acceptable to God. Now among the ~saints 78 Suppl, 72| the more is his prayer acceptable to God. ~Therefore we ought 79 Suppl, 72| who are in heaven are more acceptable to God than ~those who are 80 Suppl, 72| greater saints are more acceptable to God than ~the lesser, 81 Suppl, 93| freer the service, the more acceptable it ~is." Now martyrdom has 82 Suppl, 96| is safeguarded which is acceptable to God for ~its own sake. 83 Suppl, 96| vain, since they are most acceptable ~to God. Therefore at the 84 Suppl, 96| without charity nothing can be acceptable to ~God, nor does anything


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