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blessings 31
blest 1
blew 1
blind 78
blinded 18
blindfolded 1
blinding 1
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78 attainment
78 beasts
78 believer
78 blind
78 demerit
78 diminish
78 excommunicate
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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blind

   Part, Question
1 1, 25 | as ~to give sight to the blind, or to raise the dead. Therefore, 2 1, 33 | instance when a mole is called blind. In a ~third sense privation 3 1, 83 | instance, a man who is born blind can have no knowledge ~of 4 1, 83 | wanting. And thus a man born blind could have knowledge of 5 1, 90 | or giving sight to ~the blind: and by this power He formed 6 1, 90 | be raised to life, or the blind to see: ~like to which also 7 1, 93 | Christ gave to the man born blind were not different from ~ 8 1, 104 | and giving sight to the blind, and the like; for nature 9 1, 110 | or partly; as a man born blind cannot imagine color. ~Sometimes, 10 1, 110 | he cannot make a man born blind imagine color), but by local ~ 11 1, 111 | grace. That the man born blind was enlightened, that ~Lazarus 12 2, 5 | restoring sight to ~the blind, and such like. Now it has 13 2, 18 | said to be evil: thus a blind man is possessed of ~goodness 14 2, 18 | a deficient act. Thus a blind man has in act the power 15 2, 58 | Thus if a running horse be blind, the faster it runs ~the 16 2, 63 | He gave to the man born blind, as one ~produced by the 17 2, 63 | 3: God gave the man born blind an eye for the same act 18 2, 79 | is written (Is. 6:10): "Blind the heart of this ~people, 19 2, 79 | too, the devil is said to ~blind, in so far as he induces 20 2, 79 | Therefore God does not ~blind some for the sake of their 21 2, 81 | one reproaches a man born blind; one rather takes pity on 22 2, 85 | virtue any more than the blind ~can to sight. Therefore 23 2, 85 | justice. Thus ~even in a blind man the aptitude to see 24 2, 87 | 3,2) about the man born blind: "Neither hath ~this man 25 2, 87 | that he should be born blind." In ~like manner we see 26 2, 102 | animal, e.g. a lame, ~or a blind, or otherwise defective 27 2, 102 | to his God . . . if he be blind, if he ~be lame," etc. It 28 2, 102 | forbidden that he should ~be blind, i.e. he ought not to be 29 2, 105 | take bribes, which even blind the wise, and ~pervert the 30 2, 110 | been thus deserted become blind." Therefore grace ~implies 31 2, 113 | when He gave sight to the blind or raised the dead. Now 32 2, 3 | Let them alone, they are blind, and leaders ~of the blind."~ 33 2, 3 | blind, and leaders ~of the blind."~ 34 2, 14 | Jn. 9:41): "If you were ~blind, you should not have sin." 35 2, 14 | appears from Is. 6:10, "Blind the heart of this people," ~ 36 2, 30 | mentioned above, for instance, a blind man needs a leader, a ~lame 37 2, 30 | sickness, so that to lead the blind, and to support ~the lame, 38 2, 45 | shalt thou take bribes which blind even the ~prudent [Douay: ' 39 2, 69 | of body (for instance a blind man whose ~attendance in 40 2, 70 | spitefully to another that he is ~blind, he taunts but does not 41 2, 81 | words ~were spoken by the blind man before being anointed, 42 2, 84 | OBJ 3: The oblation of a blind or lame animal was declared ~ 43 2, 84 | 1:8): "If you offer the ~blind in sacrifice, is it not 44 2, 102 | Lord after healing the two blind men ~commanded them, saying: " 45 2, 102 | Our Lord in telling the blind men to conceal the miracle ~ 46 2, 171 | the imagination of one ~blind from birth), or divinely 47 2, 176 | xliv in Joan.) ~that "the blind man spoke these words before 48 2, 183 | Christ's teaching, "they are blind, and ~leaders of the blind."~ 49 2, 183 | blind, and ~leaders of the blind."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 50 2, 185 | take bribes which . . ~. blind the wise, and pervert the 51 3, 17 | happened to him who was born blind, no new being would be ~ 52 3, 33 | miraculously; thus, too, the blind man to whom sight has been ~ 53 3, 42 | Let them alone: ~they are blind and leaders of the blind; 54 3, 42 | blind and leaders of the blind; and if the blind lead the 55 3, 42 | of the blind; and if the blind lead the blind, ~both fall 56 3, 42 | and if the blind lead the blind, ~both fall into the pit."~ 57 3, 43 | power. For this reason the ~blind man, after his sight had 58 3, 43 | opened the eyes of one born blind. Unless this man were of 59 3, 44 | 22-25) that, "taking the blind man ~by the hand, He led 60 3, 44 | that he should be born blind." It was ~unseemly, therefore, 61 3, 44 | laid His hands upon the blind man, wishing to show ~that 62 3, 44 | clay upon the eyes of the blind man," Augustine ~says: " 63 3, 44 | the ~case of the man born blind, and this was his want of 64 3, 77 | restoring of sight to the blind: even thus in human affairs, 65 3, 77 | in a subject; just as a blind man, to ~whom sight is given 66 3, 84 | restored the sight to any blind ~man twice, or that He cleansed 67 3, 84 | Lord gave sight to many blind men ~at various times, and 68 3, 84 | in body, so many ~lame, blind, and withered, that the 69 3, 86 | We read (Mk. 8) that the blind man whom our Lord ~enlightened, 70 3, 86 | the ~enlightenment of the blind man signifies the delivery 71 3, 86 | A[3], ad 2) about the blind man who was restored to ~ 72 Suppl, 3 | confesses that "he deserves to blind his eyes with ~tears." Therefore 73 Suppl, 32| OBJ 2: Further, a man born blind does not sin by his sight. 74 Suppl, 32| to be applied to one born blind, and in like manner ~as 75 Suppl, 64| because thus is a deformed blind lame leprous offspring ~ 76 Suppl, 72| as in giving sight to a blind man, for sight is natural, 77 Suppl, 73| instanced in ~the man born blind who, after being restored 78 Suppl, 93| a man is said to be more blind, if he be removed ~further


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