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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inwardly

   Part, Question
1 2, 6 | compulsion, the will does nothing inwardly; whereas in what ~is done 2 2, 35 | thing: for a man is not inwardly pained by the apprehended 3 2, 35 | time to be weighed down inwardly, and outwardly to ~be speechless. 4 2, 44 | vital spirits are withdrawn ~inwardly. But accumulation of heat 5 2, 44 | dying that nature withdraws inwardly, on account ~of the lack 6 2, 48 | itself outwardly by the lips, inwardly it burns the more fiercely."~ 7 2, 50 | the apprehensive powers inwardly prepare their ~proper objects 8 2, 68 | operation of God, Who works inwardly in every ~nature and in 9 2, 71 | whenever ~a man is ill-disposed inwardly, through some inordinate 10 2, 73 | scandalized, are also hurt inwardly. ~Therefore the condition 11 2, 75 | none can move ~the will inwardly save God alone, who cannot 12 2, 80 | to sin, by persuading us inwardly?~(3) Whether he can make 13 2, 80 | agent which moves the will ~inwardly to will, and this is no 14 2, 80 | in us by moving the will inwardly, whereas the devil ~cannot 15 2, 80 | way the devil induces man inwardly to sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 16 2, 102 | because the faithful are inwardly adorned with the four virtues: ~ 17 2, 106 | the Holy ~Ghost bestowed inwardly. And as to this, the New 18 2, 107 | very ~grace which is given inwardly to believers, and for this 19 2, 108 | in order that the mind be inwardly well disposed, man ~should 20 2, 109 | God, Who ~moves the soul inwardly or inspires the good wish. 21 2, 109 | gratuitous help of God moving him inwardly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 22 2, 109 | hidden ~inspirations is inwardly causing to will," as Augustine 23 2, 114 | as to heal the man both inwardly and outwardly!" Now ~inward 24 2, 5 | there was from God inspiring inwardly: thus ~the prophets heard, 25 2, 6 | internal cause, which moves man inwardly to ~assent to matters of 26 2, 6 | supernatural principle ~moving him inwardly; and this is God. Therefore 27 2, 6 | is from God moving man inwardly ~by grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 28 2, 6 | is that which moves man inwardly to assent.~Aquin.: SMT SS 29 2, 8 | intus legere" [to read ~inwardly]. This is clear to anyone 30 2, 24 | precept, that we should inwardly love our enemies ~in general, 31 2, 89 | to ~those that are sung inwardly in spirit, but also to those 32 2, 92 | wander from the true faith inwardly. ~Therefore it seems that 33 2, 92 | nor serve them," i.e. inwardly, as a gloss explains it: ~ 34 2, 92 | idols whether outwardly or inwardly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 35 2, 92 | contrary of what ~one holds inwardly of the true faith so too 36 2, 109 | outwardly what one does inwardly, according to Mt. 6:2, " 37 2, 109 | by ~intending one thing inwardly, and pretending another 38 2, 110 | proceeds from pride as its inwardly moving and ~impelling cause. 39 2, 110 | For when a man is uplifted inwardly by arrogance, it ~often 40 2, 110 | author, that they are not inwardly ~uplifted by the praise 41 2, 145 | natural heat being withdrawn ~inwardly at night-time on account 42 2, 156 | one be too fiercely angry inwardly, or if one exceed in the ~ 43 2, 156 | is when the sin conceived inwardly ~breaks out into effect. 44 2, 159 | virtues, resides chiefly inwardly in ~the soul. Consequently 45 2, 166 | himself to be such as he is inwardly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] A[ 46 2, 170 | the clothing of sheep, but inwardly they are ravening ~wolves." 47 2, 170 | without grace are likened inwardly to a ravening ~wolf, and 48 2, 171 | he cannot ~enlighten him inwardly as God does.~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 179 | a man conceives a truth inwardly, so as to be directed thereby ~ 50 2, 187 | Holy Ghost inspires ~them inwardly to take upon themselves 51 3, 18 | although the will ~cannot be inwardly moved by any creature, yet 52 3, 18 | creature, yet it can be moved inwardly by ~God, as was said in 53 3, 38 | New Law men are baptized inwardly by ~the Holy Ghost, and 54 3, 44 | therefore, justified man inwardly by the Divine ~power, but 55 3, 64 | Whether God alone works inwardly in the sacraments?~(2) Whether 56 3, 64 | the minister also, works inwardly unto the ~sacramental effect?~ 57 3, 64 | also the minister, works ~inwardly unto the sacramental effect. 58 3, 64 | Holy Ghost is to confer ~inwardly the grace of the Holy Ghost. 59 3, 64 | in the sacraments works inwardly in producing their salutary 60 3, 64 | by Christ, Who baptizes inwardly: whereas in adults, who 61 3, 67 | Christ it is Who baptizes inwardly, Who can use all men to ~ 62 3, 67 | the one Christ baptizing inwardly would confer ~one sacrament 63 3, 68 | sacraments, sanctifies man inwardly. Hence Ambrose says of Valentinian, ~ 64 3, 68 | works in two ways. ~First, inwardly, by Himself: and thus He 65 3, 68 | is twofold. One is made inwardly to ~God: and such confession 66 3, 69 | enlightens the baptized inwardly, by preparing their ~hearts 67 3, 71 | so-called from "laboring inwardly" under ~the outward operation 68 3, 71 | energumens, as it were "laboring inwardly."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 69 3, 72 | wit, they wrought nothing inwardly. ~Consequently in circumcision 70 3, 79 | s nature is strengthened inwardly against inner decay, and ~ 71 3, 84 | Christ, but is ~inspired inwardly into man by God, according 72 3, 84 | minister, but by God working inwardly; while the ~minister furnishes 73 3, 84 | for He alone cleanses man inwardly from sin, as ~Augustine 74 3, 84 | Divine power that works ~inwardly in all the sacramental signs, 75 3, 84 | that the person is washed inwardly, and this not only ~significatively 76 3, 86 | xxxiii in Evang.), "He drew inwardly ~by grace," i.e. by penance, " 77 Suppl, 6 | to acknowledge one's sin inwardly before God; while in the ~ 78 Suppl, 11| signs of what takes place inwardly: wherefore confession, whereby ~ 79 Suppl, 32| members, and ~they may commit inwardly the sins that pertain to 80 Suppl, 37| that ~the acolyte cleanses inwardly, because by the light which 81 Suppl, 38| ordains, while God works inwardly. But one who is cut off ~ 82 Suppl, 40| has some spiritual thing inwardly corresponding ~to it, as


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