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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deserve

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | with Thee: and that I may ~deserve Thy Holy Spirit, who is 2 1, 96 | reward, but that he might deserve the reward. Therefore man 3 2, 6 | through ignorance does not ~deserve pardon, according to 1 Cor. 4 2, 21 | a human action does not deserve praise or ~blame by reason 5 2, 21 | a human action ~does not deserve blame, by reason of its 6 2, 21 | consequently, neither does it deserve praise, by reason of its 7 2, 21 | i) that ~"virtuous deeds deserve praise, while deeds that 8 2, 21 | that are opposed to virtue ~deserve censure and blame." But 9 2, 21 | For an action is said to deserve praise or ~blame, from its 10 2, 21 | does not on ~that account deserve to be benefited by another 11 2, 65 | virtues are perfect, and deserve to be called virtues simply: 12 2, 72 | to sin mortally and to ~deserve eternal punishment: whereas 13 2, 72 | he does not sin so as to deserve to be ~punished eternally.~ 14 2, 87 | punishment is not an evil, but to deserve punishment is." Consequently ~ 15 2, 87 | Further, a sin does not deserve greater punishment through 16 2, 87 | The virtuous man does not deserve punishment simply, but he ~ 17 2, 87 | punishment simply, but he ~may deserve it as satisfactory: because 18 2, 87 | it were. Moreover they ~deserve heavier punishment if, seeing 19 2, 87 | obstinate, and, therefore, to ~deserve more severe punishment.~ 20 2, 88 | loss, because mortal ~sins deserve to be punished by the privation 21 2, 93 | that by which the wicked deserve misery, the good, a life 22 2, 93 | the eternal law that some ~deserve happiness, others unhappiness, 23 2, 100 | the habit of virtue, would deserve ~to be punished, whatever 24 2, 105 | OBJ 2: Further, we do not deserve to be punished for those 25 2, 10 | the house of David did not deserve to have ~peace, unless his 26 2, 10 | virtue of their unbelief deserve to forfeit ~their power 27 2, 11 | is the sin, whereby they deserve not only to be separated 28 2, 19 | greater than that I ~may deserve pardon." Therefore whoever 29 2, 23 | small matter he does not deserve to be mulcted in a great 30 2, 23 | directed to the ~end, does not deserve to be mulcted in charity 31 2, 30 | because the loser does not deserve ~to be paid back: and yet 32 2, 30 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Almsdeeds deserve on two counts to receive 33 2, 30 | others." Secondly, almsdeeds deserve to be rewarded eternally, ~ 34 2, 33 | something evil, just as they ~deserve praise in so far as they 35 2, 38 | be attacked because they deserve it on account of some fault. ~ 36 2, 38 | wherefore it does ~not deserve punishment. And yet even 37 2, 53 | craftiness. For a ~man does not deserve praise if he allows himself 38 2, 58 | condemns himself so as ~to deserve to be condemned once again, 39 2, 60 | unlawfully, he does not ~deserve to recover it. Now sometimes 40 2, 66 | the one same sin does not deserve a twofold punishment, ~according 41 2, 69 | and therefore thou didst deserve . . . the wrath of the ~ 42 2, 69 | For though he may seem to deserve praise for ~showing skill 43 2, 71 | Wherefore his patience may deserve ~commendation for as much 44 2, 77 | evil"; for this does not ~deserve the palm, but only avoids 45 2, 79 | the less ~praise does it deserve, according to 1 Cor. 9:16, " 46 2, 81 | that by asking, men may deserve to receive what Almighty 47 2, 93 | demons than to do things that deserve the demons' interference.~ 48 2, 106 | their parents, and thus deserve to be ~punished still more 49 2, 124 | nothing." [*"A man would deserve to be called insane ~and 50 2, 127 | recognizes that he does not deserve it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] 51 2, 142 | virtue, because he does not deserve it; as the Philosopher ~ 52 2, 142 | being things he does not deserve, wherefore he ~is not much 53 2, 182 | monastery so live as to deserve to be a ~clerk." Therefore 54 2, 182 | live in the monastery as to deserve to be a clerk."~Aquin.: 55 2, 184 | and therefore thou ~didst deserve indeed the wrath of the 56 2, 185 | others. In this way some deserve praise for begging out ~ 57 2, 187 | live in the monastery as to deserve ~to become a cleric"; but 58 3, 49 | being sinless, did not ~deserve to die. Hence Augustine 59 3, 49 | 22:1). And he is said to deserve it, inasmuch ~as his unjust 60 3, 68 | faith then at last they may deserve the grace of Baptism." ~ 61 3, 80 | adds: "So live, as to deserve to receive it daily." But 62 3, 83 | And the priest seems to deserve the same ~penance, who from 63 3, 84 | greater than ~that I may deserve pardon." And so God's mercy, 64 Suppl, 8 | spilled it willingly he would ~deserve a much heavier punishment.~ 65 Suppl, 16| But the innocent do not deserve punishment. Therefore ~penance 66 Suppl, 16| Reply OBJ 2: Although they deserve no punishment actually, 67 Suppl, 16| them for which they would deserve to be ~punished.~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 69| venial sins for which they deserve punishment, so some die 69 Suppl, 69| good for which they would deserve a reward. Now to those ~ 70 Suppl, 91| punishing them less than they deserve.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 71 Suppl, 93| conflict. Therefore they ~deserve a special kind of crown, 72 Suppl, 96| in such a way as not to ~deserve to be entirely cut off from 73 Suppl, 96| punished less than they deserve condignly, but not that


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