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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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walk

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | Ezech. 28:15): "Thou didst walk ~perfect [*Vulg.: 'Thou 2 1, 63 | did not from the first walk upon his breast and belly"; 3 1, 63 | did not from the first ~walk upon his breast and belly," 4 1, 71 | as ~seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore the production 5 1, 64 | Ezech. 28:15): "Thou didst walk ~perfect [*Vulg.: 'Thou 6 1, 64 | did not from the first walk upon his breast and belly"; 7 1, 64 | did not from the first ~walk upon his breast and belly," 8 1, 71 | as ~seals, have feet and walk on land. Therefore the production 9 1, 82 | neither is it in a man to walk." Therefore ~man has not 10 2, 1 | commanded by the will, e.g. to ~walk, or to speak; secondly, 11 2, 4 | absence, saying: "For we walk by faith and ~not by sight." 12 2, 4 | clear that so long as we walk by faith ~and not by sight, 13 2, 4 | separated from their bodies, "walk by sight," seeing the Essence ~ 14 2, 5 | undefiled in the way, who walk in ~the law of the Lord." 15 2, 6 | other ~power, such as "to walk" and "to speak," which are 16 2, 7 | for instance, that a man ~walk fast or slowly; that he 17 2, 8 | sometimes we wish "not to ~walk," or "not to speak"; and 18 2, 16 | instance, their ~feet, to walk; their horns, to strike. 19 2, 18 | walking, whereby he is able to walk; but inasmuch as he is deprived 20 2, 18 | straw from the ground, to ~walk in the fields, and the like: 21 2, 38 | coals, said: Methinks, I walk on roses, in the ~name of 22 2, 44 | whereas, if he were to walk on the same plank down below, 23 2, 67 | absent from the Lord: for we walk by faith and not by ~sight." 24 2, 72 | shall live." Now to ~live or walk according to the flesh seems 25 2, 89 | are in Christ Jesus, who walk not ~according to the flesh": 26 2, 89 | condemnation to those who walk not ~according to the flesh, 27 2, 89 | damnation, even if they walk not according to the flesh." 28 2, 99 | fear the Lord thy God, and ~walk in His ways, and love Him?" 29 2, 102 | this world, wherein they walk by advancing in virtue. ~ 30 2, 108 | but now light in the Lord. Walk ~. . . as children of the 31 2, 110 | but now light in the Lord. Walk then as children of ~the 32 2, 110 | virtues enable a man to walk, in ~accordance with the 33 2, 110 | virtues ~enable a man to walk as befits the light of grace.~ 34 2, 8 | known or ~understood, they walk on in darkness." But no 35 2, 21 | required "to have fear, to walk in ~God's ways," by worshipping 36 2, 24 | waters, and animals that walk, and plants, out ~of the 37 2, 27 | say (2 ~Cor. 5:6): "For we walk by faith and not by sight." 38 2, 31 | most dear children, ~and walk in love." Now God sometimes 39 2, 36 | are ~you not carnal, and walk according to men?" Now zeal 40 2, 43 | is written (Col. 4:5): "Walk with wisdom towards ~them 41 2, 47 | Eph. 5:15): "See how you walk ~cautiously [Douay: 'circumspectly']."~ 42 2, 71 | 15] and few are they that walk in the ~way of salvation, [* 43 2, 75 | it is common to ~many who walk along the broad road of 44 2, 85 | me in the way by which I walk . . . of all the things 45 2, 112 | comforting them that weep, and walk with them that mourn." ~ 46 2, 145 | as milk from those ~that walk on the earth, and eggs from 47 2, 166 | partaker with them that walk in lightness." Therefore 48 2, 166 | partaker with them that walk in lightness."~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 173 | absent from the Lord. For we walk by faith, and ~not by sight" [*' 50 2, 183 | it was said (Gn. 17:1): "Walk ~before Me and be perfect," 51 2, 184 | the Lord said (Gn. 17:1): "Walk before Me, and ~be perfect." 52 2, 185 | commanded you, and that you walk honestly towards ~them that 53 2, 185 | are some among you who ~walk disorderly, working not 54 2, 185 | commanded you, and that you walk honestly towards ~them that 55 2, 187 | 39) that David could ~not walk in Saul's armor, for he 56 2, 187 | not be weary, they shall walk and not faint." Yet if there 57 3, 8 | faith, for they do not "walk by faith" but ~"by sight," 58 3, 19 | thus we say ~of man that to walk, which belongs to the feet, 59 3, 19 | His human nature, as to walk in body. Hence the Sixth 60 3, 19 | and some are human, ~as to walk bodily on the earth is indeed 61 3, 19 | limbs, wholly unable to walk on the ground, is becoming 62 3, 19 | nature, and likewise to walk; ~yet both were in Christ 63 3, 36 | The Gentiles] shall walk in ~the light, and kings 64 3, 36 | thy rising." But those who walk ~in the Divine light do 65 3, 36 | were, betokening ~those who walk by faith and desire to see," 66 3, 36 | that point out the way but ~walk not" (Augustine, Serm. cclxxiii). 67 3, 47 | according to Eph. 5:2: "Walk ~in love, as Christ also 68 3, 53 | Father, so we ~also may walk in newness of life": and 69 3, 56 | Father, so we also may ~walk in newness of life": and 70 3, 59 | Lord": that is, not to "walk by faith" but "by sight," 71 3, 66 | to Rm. 6:4: "That we may walk in newness of life."~Aquin.: 72 3, 68 | dead . . . so we also may walk in newness of life." Consequently, 73 3, 69 | the Father, so we also may walk in ~newness of life.'" Now 74 3, 84 | Christ of Nazareth, arise and walk."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 75 Suppl, 12| act for its end, e.g. to walk, to speak, and so ~forth. 76 Suppl, 25| mother entices her child to walk by holding out an ~apple. 77 Suppl, 40| stockings" signify his upright walk; the ~"sandals" which cover 78 Suppl, 81| not be ~weary, they shall walk and not faint"; and (Wis.


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