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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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bliss

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1 1, 1 | in which consists eternal bliss. This is a ~sufficient answer 2 1, 1 | is practical, is eternal bliss; to which as ~to an ultimate 3 1, 57 | that "then," namely in the bliss of those rising from the 4 1, 57 | Although the angels in bliss behold the Divine wisdom, 5 1, 58 | sees in the Word. For the ~bliss of the angels consists in 6 1, 62 | things in the ~Word. But the bliss of the angels comes of seeing 7 1, 58 | that "then," namely in the bliss of those rising from the 8 1, 58 | Although the angels in bliss behold the Divine wisdom, 9 1, 59 | sees in the Word. For the ~bliss of the angels consists in 10 1, 63 | things in the ~Word. But the bliss of the angels comes of seeing 11 2, 2 | honors. For ~happiness or bliss is "the reward of virtue," 12 2, 4 | Further, the "operation of bliss or happiness should be ~ 13 2, 4 | 13) "the ~operation of bliss," in which operation happiness 14 2, 39 | good, viz. the pleasure of bliss. Therefore a certain pain 15 2, 55 | 3], A[2]), happiness or bliss by which man is made most 16 2, 57 | of beginning of perfect bliss, which ~consists in the 17 2, 61 | have attained to perfect bliss are without passions. Hence 18 2, 62 | whereby a man hopes to ~obtain bliss through the merits which 19 2, 65 | looking to ~God for future bliss. This act is perfect, if 20 2, 65 | charity. But to expect future ~bliss through merits which one 21 2, 65 | we look to ~gain future bliss through merits which we 22 2, 65 | faith, or hope in future bliss. ~Therefore charity can 23 2, 65 | is loved as the object of bliss, to which object we are ~ 24 2, 67 | what he believes: whereas bliss, of its very nature, implies 25 2, 67 | manifest that faith ~and bliss are incompatible in one 26 2, 67 | the same genus as heavenly bliss: because it is compared 27 2, 67 | compared to the enjoyment ~of bliss, as movement is to rest 28 2, 67 | unchangeableness of heavenly bliss: and so ~such a habit would 29 2, 68 | is the life of heavenly bliss.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 30 2, 90 | last end of human life is ~bliss or happiness, as stated 31 2, 101 | For in the state of future bliss, the human intellect will 32 2, 102 | the perpetuity of Divine bliss. Of the temporal feasts 33 2, 108 | gain the end of eternal bliss, to which end the New Law ~ 34 2, 4 | as the object of heavenly bliss, which is the aspect under 35 2, 18 | impossible in the state of bliss, ~will be in heaven; while 36 2, 24 | being a man capable ~of bliss; and this is to love him 37 2, 81 | blessed, have no lack ~of bliss, save that of the body's 38 2, 81 | the ultimate perfection of bliss: and their prayers ~are 39 2, 163 | cattle lost no ~heavenly bliss, seeing that they never 40 2, 171 | heaven and in the state ~of bliss see, not as from afar off, 41 2, 171 | For God is the object of bliss in His very essence, according ~ 42 2, 171 | the object of heavenly ~bliss - precedes knowledge of 43 2, 171 | yet not as the object of bliss. ~Therefore we must conclude 44 3 | whereby we may attain to the bliss ~of eternal life by rising 45 3, 1 | Divinity, which is the true bliss of man and end of human 46 3, 7 | is the expectation of the bliss to come, as was ~shown above ( 47 3, 7 | something ~pertaining to bliss, viz. the glorifying of 48 3, 7 | virtue, does not regard the bliss of the ~body but the soul' 49 3, 7 | the ~body but the soul's bliss, which consists in the Divine 50 3, 14 | body), "not indeed ~the bliss proper to the beatific fruition 51 3, 46 | for him ~and the glory of bliss, as shall be shown later ( 52 3, 58 | unchangeable in the Father's ~bliss, which is termed His right 53 3, 58 | hand is the name for His bliss." ~Secondly, Christ is said 54 3, 58 | there" - that is, in eternal bliss, "it ~is all right hand, 55 3, 58 | said that every saint in bliss is placed on God's right ~ 56 3, 59 | others were ~confirmed in bliss. But those already judged 57 3, 59 | angels, which is everlasting bliss; and as ~to the essential 58 Suppl, 71| man obtains the ~state of bliss. Secondly, for something 59 Suppl, 86| who are uncertain of their bliss are not blessed: ~whence 60 Suppl, 86| they are certain of ~their bliss. Now what is certain is 61 Suppl, 86| fear is incompatible with bliss. But the last judgment, ~ 62 Suppl, 86| when some were ~raised to bliss, and others plunged into 63 Suppl, 87| clear that the ~essence of bliss consists in seeing God. 64 Suppl, 87| Now joy is essential to bliss. ~Therefore the Godhead 65 Suppl, 89| essence, wherein their bliss consists chiefly; (2) Their 66 Suppl, 89| consists chiefly; (2) Their bliss and their ~mansions; (3) 67 Suppl, 89| are ~contained in their bliss; (5) The crowns which perfect 68 Suppl, 89| alone and is the highest bliss." Therefore the blessed ~ 69 Suppl, 89| said that "in this abode of bliss God can be seen in His glory 70 Suppl, 92| lasting for ever in eternal bliss." This ~description is taken


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