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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | rational creature but also to dwell ~therein as in His own temple. 2 1, 43 | effects, yet neither does He dwell in us, nor is He possessed 3 1, 43 | Holy Ghost it belongs to dwell in the soul by grace, and 4 1, 52 | Let Thy holy angels who dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~ 5 1, 43 | rational creature but also to dwell ~therein as in His own temple. 6 1, 43 | effects, yet neither does He dwell in us, nor is He possessed 7 1, 43 | Holy Ghost it belongs to dwell in the soul by grace, and 8 1, 53 | Let Thy holy angels who dwell herein, keep us in ~peace."~ 9 1, 101 | their existence were made to dwell ~in the abode of the blessed - 10 1, 101 | that Enoch and Elias still ~dwell in that paradise.~Aquin.: 11 1, 109 | by the lower powers that dwell in our atmosphere." But 12 2, 28 | as love makes the lover dwell on the beloved, as stated 13 2, 28 | stated above ~(A[2]), and to dwell intently on one thing draws 14 2, 42 | cause: as when he fears to dwell in the company of wicked 15 2, 46 | derived from {menein} [to dwell]. Thirdly, on the part of 16 2, 48 | thing it is pleasant to dwell ~on the thought of what 17 2, 56 | know that good does not dwell in my flesh." ~Therefore 18 2, 58 | of one manner [moris] to dwell in a ~house." For both these 19 2, 70 | by those among whom we dwell; while kindness helps us 20 2, 72 | men among whom he has to dwell. Of these ~orders the second 21 2, 74 | continues, notwithstanding, to dwell [immoratur] upon it, and 22 2, 83 | of which sin is stated to dwell "in the flesh." Consequently 23 2, 98 | stranger be willing to dwell among you, and to keep the 24 2, 100 | in order that any man may dwell aright in a ~community, 25 2, 102 | fly by contemplation, yet dwell in the waters of sensual ~ 26 2, 102 | wherein the Lord was said ~to dwell; as is clearly set forth 27 2, 105 | day, that I ~should not dwell in the inheritance of the 28 2, 105 | Secondly, when they came to dwell in their land ~as newcomers. 29 2, 105 | any stranger be willing to dwell among you, and ~to keep 30 2, 106 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as men dwell in various places, so do 31 2, 13 | much more shall they ~that dwell in houses of clay?" Therefore, 32 2, 22 | appropriate to friendship as to dwell with one's friend, according 33 2, 33 | much better than the one we dwell in": all ~of which seems 34 2, 43 | into a ~malicious soul, nor dwell in a body subject to sins."~ 35 2, 76 | thus to use a house is to dwell in it, not to destroy ~it. 36 2, 76 | Vulg.: 'Which of ~you shall dwell with everlasting burnings? . . . 37 2, 81 | I seek after, that I may dwell in the ~house of the Lord 38 2, 81 | revenge our blood on them that dwell on ~earth?" Wherefore they 39 2, 112 | pleasant it is for ~brethren to dwell together in unity."~Aquin.: 40 2, 112 | and sorrows of those who dwell in fellowship. Now it belongs 41 2, 112 | to those among ~whom we dwell, unless at times, for some 42 2, 114 | towards those among whom we dwell. Hence the Philosopher says ~( 43 2, 140 | intemperance is ~not to dwell on the consideration of 44 2, 150 | contempt; and those who dwell in monasteries - since for 45 2, 159 | the Lord, ~rather than to dwell in the tents of sinners." 46 2, 167 | customs of those among whom we dwell, but ~frequently to exceed 47 2, 171 | 139:14, "The upright shall dwell with Thy ~countenance." 48 2, 180 | seek after, that I may dwell in the house of the Lord 49 2, 186 | brotherly love, so ~does He dwell in the heart of the man 50 2, 186 | Morib. ~Eccl. xxxi): "They dwell in the most lonely places, 51 2, 187 | as to be bound by law to dwell in a ~monastery and renounce 52 3, 1 | fulness of the Godhead should dwell," as ~the Apostle says ( 53 3, 8 | inasmuch as in the head ~dwell all the senses, both interior 54 3, 22 | that all fulness should dwell, and through Him to reconcile ~ 55 3, 27 | into a malicious soul, nor ~dwell in a body subject to sins."~ 56 3, 39 | wisdom, whereby the saints ~dwell beside the running waters 57 3, 44 | into a malicious soul, nor dwell in a body ~subject to sins." 58 3, 48 | world and all ~they that dwell therein." Therefore it seems 59 3, 57 | believe that Christ will dwell for ever in the place ~whither 60 3, 58 | Father': To sit means to dwell, ~just as we say of any 61 3, 58 | hand of the Father, is to dwell in His beatitude." But many ~ 62 3, 68 | 3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your hearts." 63 3, 68 | 3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your hearts." 64 3, 69 | 3:17: "That Christ may dwell by faith in your ~hearts." 65 3, 75 | made flesh, that It might dwell ~among us."~Aquin.: SMT 66 Suppl, 4 | life, those souls which dwell in the heavenly country, 67 Suppl, 19| threaten if men were to dwell under the same ~roof.~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 57| care: else all those who ~dwell in the parish would be related 69 Suppl, 59| not, and she consent to dwell with him, let him not ~put 70 Suppl, 65| the father and mother to dwell together for a long time, 71 Suppl, 69| Ps. 26:4): "That I may dwell in the house ~of the Lord 72 Suppl, 69| punished in the ~place where we dwell, it does not follow that 73 Suppl, 72| beseeching vengeance on them that dwell on earth, "it was said to 74 Suppl, 89| essence from ~those who dwell in this mortal flesh; thirdly,


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