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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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giver

   Part, Question
1 1, 33 | By authority of the Giver, the Father is the greater; 2 1, 38 | or relation both to the giver and to that ~to which it 3 1, 38 | must belong in a way to the giver. But the phrase, "this is 4 1, 38 | gift" is the ~same as "the giver," but not the same as the 5 1, 38 | essentially distinct from the giver; and the gift of God so 6 1, 38 | signifies the ~possession of the giver, it is personally distinguished 7 1, 38 | personally distinguished from the giver, ~and is a personal name.~ 8 1, 38 | only origin, as regards the giver; but as regards the one 9 1, 38 | idea of belonging to the Giver ~through its origin; and 10 1, 38 | it belongs only to the giver; but ~when it is given, 11 1, 42 | Father by the relation of giver, and in ~the Son by relation 12 1, 43 | implying the authority of the giver as regards what ~is given, " 13 1, 43 | Christ the authority of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~ 14 1, 44 | the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~does not act 15 1, 38 | or relation both to the giver and to that ~to which it 16 1, 38 | must belong in a way to the giver. But the phrase, "this is 17 1, 38 | gift" is the ~same as "the giver," but not the same as the 18 1, 38 | essentially distinct from the giver; and the gift of God so 19 1, 38 | signifies the ~possession of the giver, it is personally distinguished 20 1, 38 | personally distinguished from the giver, ~and is a personal name.~ 21 1, 38 | only origin, as regards the giver; but as regards the one 22 1, 38 | idea of belonging to the Giver ~through its origin; and 23 1, 38 | it belongs only to the giver; but ~when it is given, 24 1, 42 | Father by the relation of giver, and in ~the Son by relation 25 1, 43 | implying the authority of the giver as regards what ~is given, " 26 1, 43 | Christ the authority of the giver of grace by spiritual regeneration; ~ 27 1, 45 | the most perfectly liberal giver, because He ~does not act 28 1, 104 | by the object and by the Giver ~of the power of intelligence, 29 2, 20 | undo the good done by the giver; and, in like manner, ~if 30 2, 100 | for God loveth a ~cheerful giver"; whereupon the gloss says: " 31 2, 109 | charity loves God as the ~giver of beatitude, as was said 32 2, 15 | the law is subject to the giver of the law. Now the primary ~ 33 2, 30 | something on the ~part of the giver, and something on the part 34 2, 30 | recipient. On the ~part of the giver, it must be noted that he 35 2, 30 | otherwise - on the ~part of the giver, when he has superfluous 36 2, 30 | in simony, wherein both giver and receiver contravene 37 2, 30 | is to be made not to the giver, ~but by giving alms. The 38 2, 30 | recipient, who prays for the giver, and it is in ~this sense 39 2, 30 | relation either to the ~giver, or to the recipient: in 40 2, 30 | recipient: in relation to the giver, when that which a ~man 41 2, 30 | alms on the part ~of the giver; but the sense is that God 42 2, 30 | abundance on the part of the giver. Yet, as a gloss says on 43 2, 32 | end another to hate the giver of good things, even as ~ 44 2, 32 | implies that to hate God, the giver of all good things, is to 45 2, 60 | unlawfully, as in the case of the giver and receiver who ~are guilty 46 2, 72 | and ~consequently God the giver of the law. Wherefore the 47 2, 85 | one and the same person is giver and receiver, even as agent 48 2, 86 | given Him is added to the giver," as ~Augustine says (Ep. 49 2, 86 | why we thank not only a giver, but also one who promises 50 2, 86 | for God ~loveth a cheerful giver." Now some fulfil sorrowfully 51 2, 104 | or the disposition of the giver?~(6) Whether one ought to 52 2, 104 | the favor [gratia] of the giver: so that when there is ~ 53 2, 104 | favor on the part of the giver, greater thanks are due 54 2, 104 | wherefore on the part of the giver the favor may be greater 55 2, 104 | a ~kindness, unless the giver has been the loser thereby."~ 56 2, 104 | choice or disposition of the ~giver, since this is the chief 57 2, 104 | regards the disposition of the giver, it ~follows again that 58 2, 104 | the disposition ~of the giver than on the effect.~Aquin.: 59 2, 104 | in the disposition of the giver or doer." ~Aquin.: SMT SS 60 2, 104 | consider the will of the ~giver and of the repayer, then 61 2, 105 | Benef. ii): "Between the giver and the ~receiver of a favor 62 2, 105 | seemingly, the reason why the giver should forget is that he 63 2, 115 | but in the habit of the giver": and Ambrose says (De ~ 64 2, 115 | but on the heart of the giver. Now the heart of the giver ~ 65 2, 115 | giver. Now the heart of the giver ~is disposed according to 66 3, 1 | it is in the power of the Giver to have pity when, ~or as 67 3, 7 | is not a recipient and a giver of the gifts of the ~Holy 68 3, 7 | knowledge." But Christ the giver does not ~receive by measure.~ 69 3, 22 | office." But ~Christ is the giver of the New Law, according 70 3, 22 | sacerdos" [priest] means a giver of sacred things ~[sacra 71 3, 72 | requires devotion both in the ~giver and in the receiver, so 72 3, 72 | more becoming that both giver and ~receiver should be 73 Suppl, 14| due on the ~part of the giver, for it may be right for 74 Suppl, 14| it may be right for the giver to give something to ~which 75 Suppl, 14| a ~duty of giving in the giver by reason of fittingness, 76 Suppl, 25| help proportionate to the giver: and in so far as he approaches 77 Suppl, 27| applies it to the doer or giver of a particular action or 78 Suppl, 52| according to the mode of the giver; wherefore it is reasonable


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