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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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suddenly

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | whereas the dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only 2 1, 51 | water, or ~they could not suddenly disappear; nor again from 3 1, 43 | whereas the dove and the fire ~suddenly appeared to signify only 4 1, 52 | water, or ~they could not suddenly disappear; nor again from 5 1, 104 | man is cured of a fever suddenly, without treatment or ~the 6 1, 104 | nature; or as when the air is suddenly condensed ~into rain, by 7 2, 17 | sensitive ~appetite is aroused suddenly in consequence of an apprehension 8 2, 42 | about things that happen suddenly. But the ~more we think 9 2, 42 | other hand, the rich man who suddenly ~becomes poor, finds poverty 10 2, 59 | wise man, if they arose suddenly: because, in the words ~ 11 2, 74 | present ~itself to the reason suddenly under some other aspect, 12 2, 74 | for instance, when a man suddenly apprehends the resurrection ~ 13 2, 77 | consent, this ~does not happen suddenly: and so the deliberating 14 2, 78 | iii) that "a man is not ~suddenly ruined and lost, but must 15 2, 78 | that a man does not fall suddenly into sin from ~certain malice, 16 2, 96 | lead men to virtue, not ~suddenly, but gradually. Wherefore 17 2, 105 | have been taken to butting suddenly). ~Or again, the animal 18 2, 112 | He ~sometimes moves him suddenly and perfectly to good, and 19 2, 112 | and man receives ~grace suddenly, according to Jn. 6:45: " 20 2, 112 | happened to Paul, ~since, suddenly when he was in the midst 21 2, 112 | hence he received grace ~suddenly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] A[ 22 2, 113 | Hence it is not received ~suddenly by its subject. Therefore, 23 2, 113 | Spirit comes to men's ~minds suddenly, according to Acts 2:2: " 24 2, 113 | according to Acts 2:2: "And suddenly there came a sound ~from 25 2, 113 | is that if a form ~be not suddenly impressed upon its subject, 26 2, 113 | to receive light, it is ~suddenly illuminated by a body actually 27 2, 113 | reception of grace He makes suddenly, sometimes ~gradually and 28 2, 113 | why a natural agent cannot suddenly dispose matter is that in 29 2, 113 | power is ~infinite, it can suddenly dispose any matter whatsoever 30 2, 113 | this consent takes place suddenly. Sometimes, indeed, it ~ 31 2, 113 | the ~light would not be suddenly received in the air, which 32 2, 113 | miraculous that anyone should suddenly obtain wisdom from God without ~ 33 2, 113 | effect, as when a sick man suddenly and ~beyond the wonted course 34 2, 12 | through his ~being moved suddenly by passion so as to break 35 2, 13 | perfection, can fail ~or fall suddenly; this can only happen by 36 2, 23 | become empty or ~fall away suddenly; but he must needs do so 37 2, 23 | of perfection, does not suddenly go so far as to ~commit 38 2, 26 | of love is not aroused ~suddenly, but is born of an earnest 39 2, 26 | goodwill sometimes arises suddenly, as happens to ~us if we 40 2, 53 | as she carries man away suddenly, just as ~he is moved in 41 2, 57 | is in a man's power to do suddenly an ~unjust thing, and that 42 2, 95 | or else she felt herself suddenly cured by God.~Aquin.: SMT 43 2, 121 | time, than to be ~moved suddenly to something arduous. Hence 44 2, 121 | would seem that things occur suddenly when they are ~unforeseen. 45 2, 161 | perfection cannot fail or fall ~suddenly: this can happen only by 46 2, 169 | things ~shall come upon thee suddenly in one day, barrenness and 47 2, 169 | said (Jer. 18:7,8): "I will suddenly speak against a nation and 48 2, 172 | written (Jer. 18:7,8): "I will suddenly speak ~against a nation 49 2, 172 | Jer. 18:9,10): "I will suddenly speak of a ~nation and of 50 2, 187 | Moral. xxii): "No ~one comes suddenly to the summit; but he must 51 2, 187 | one comes to the summit suddenly, since every man that ~lives 52 3, 8 | body of all the wicked, suddenly he turned his speech to 53 3, 31 | mother's womb, and had suddenly produced him to sight . . . 54 3, 36 | humble swaddling clothes, suddenly a new star shines forth 55 3, 39 | whereas this ~dove came suddenly into existence, to fulfil 56 3, 44 | which it is proper to work suddenly, perfectly, and ~without 57 3, 44 | did not always heal men suddenly as to ~their bodies: for 58 3, 44 | that He did not heal ~him suddenly, but at first imperfectly, 59 3, 47 | likewise, when He willed, He suddenly succumbed ~to the injury 60 3, 50 | dwelling ~among men Christ were suddenly to disappear from men's 61 3, 55 | glory that "He ~vanished suddenly from their eyes," as related 62 3, 75 | the form, it receives it suddenly, as a transparent body is ~ 63 3, 75 | transparent body is ~illuminated suddenly. Thirdly on the part of 64 3, 86 | perfectly; but sometimes suddenly, ~as Peter's mother-in-law 65 3, 89 | at the Holy Altar fall ~suddenly into some deplorable weakness 66 Suppl, 72| will be able to be cleansed suddenly. One is because there will 67 Suppl, 74| Whether it will happen suddenly?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 68 Suppl, 74| resurrection will happen suddenly or by degrees?~Aquin.: SMT 69 Suppl, 74| resurrection will not happen suddenly but ~by degrees. For the 70 Suppl, 74| a thing does not happen suddenly if it require several ~actions 71 Suppl, 74| time and will not happen ~suddenly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 72 Suppl, 74| Therefore it will not happen suddenly.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[77] A[ 73 Suppl, 74| Further, infinite power works suddenly. But the Damascene says ( 74 Suppl, 74| God's power will happen suddenly, namely at the end of the 75 Suppl, 75| will be ~able to reduce suddenly to ashes the bodies of those 76 Suppl, 84| they will see the Judge ~suddenly. Therefore in like manner 77 Suppl, 85| for this to take place ~suddenly. But speech which is measured 78 Suppl, 96| threatened. Hence: "I ~will suddenly speak against a nation and


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