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longsuffering 3
look 124
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looked 68
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68 knowable
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68 looked
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68 owes
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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looked

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | things; whereas the things looked at in themselves ~are outside 2 1, 19 | raising of Lazarus, one who looked only on inferior causes ~ 3 1, 48 | voluntary things is to be looked upon as a pain or a fault.~ 4 1, 62 | attain it; wherefore it ~is looked for from another's bestowing. 5 1, 62 | beyond its power, and ~is looked for from another, then the 6 1, 66 | come a two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual and corporeal, 7 1, 74 | these two explanations are looked at as referring to the ~ 8 1, 49 | voluntary things is to be looked upon as a pain or a fault.~ 9 1, 63 | attain it; wherefore it ~is looked for from another's bestowing. 10 1, 63 | beyond its power, and ~is looked for from another, then the 11 1, 67 | come a two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual and corporeal, 12 1, 73 | these two explanations are looked at as referring to the ~ 13 2, 2 | not exist in him who is looked upon as ~famous. Hence it 14 2, 11 | as long as something is looked for, ~the movement of the 15 2, 14 | consequently that which is looked upon as the end in one inquiry, 16 2, 14 | in one inquiry, may be ~looked upon as the means in another; 17 2, 14 | Reply OBJ 1: That which is looked upon as an end, is already 18 2, 14 | doubt about it, it is not looked ~upon as an end. Wherefore 19 2, 25 | anger. And because it is looked ~upon as a good thing to 20 2, 31 | while some other part ~is looked forward to as yet to be 21 2, 32 | because absence of evil is looked upon as ~something good; 22 2, 40 | according to Ecclus. 51:10, "I looked for the succor of ~men." 23 2, 40 | before his ~experience he looked upon as impossible. However, 24 2, 40 | hindrance, are no longer looked upon as difficult.~Aquin.: 25 2, 97 | even in slight matters, is ~looked upon as grave. Consequently, 26 2, 102 | between two "cherubim" that looked one towards the other: and 27 2, 103 | see that certain foods are looked upon with disgust in some ~ 28 2, 105 | this union "would not be looked upon as that of the ~deceased: 29 2, 107 | grace of the Holy Ghost, looked chiefly to ~spiritual and 30 2, 107 | hurt our brother is to be looked on as a kind of murder." 31 2, 109 | that, Man's nature may be looked at in two ways: first, in 32 2, 110 | of God to the creature is looked at ~differently. For one 33 2, 112 | the ~preparation may be looked at in two ways: first, as 34 2, 112 | The Divine care may be looked at in two ways: first, as ~ 35 2, 113 | the same subject must be ~looked at differently in the things 36 2, 113 | approach to another may be ~looked at in two ways: first, on 37 2, 114 | Man without grace may be looked at in two states, as was ~ 38 2, 4 | note that certitude can be looked at in two ways. ~First, 39 2, 31 | in ~this respect, to be looked on as a superior.~Aquin.: 40 2, 34 | yet it turned pale and looked ~bitterly on its foster-brother." 41 2, 36 | contrariety of speech may be looked at in two ways: first with ~ 42 2, 60 | made ~to his heir, who is looked upon as one with him. If 43 2, 60 | that circumstance must be looked upon as determinate, and 44 2, 61 | OBJ 1: A judgment may be looked at in two ways. First, in 45 2, 77 | of God's people should be looked upon as law." Hence both 46 2, 82 | the door of the Tabernacle looked to the east (Ex. 26:18 seqq.). ~ 47 2, 84 | all God's creatures are looked upon as ~clean, as stated 48 2, 98 | Gentiles burial places are looked upon as ~religious, if Ephron 49 2, 101 | beyond recall, and should be looked upon as ~enemies, rather 50 2, 127 | 1,3), "to lack evil is ~looked upon as a good," wherefore 51 2, 127 | the danger of death, is looked upon as though it were the ~ 52 2, 183 | is not to be blamed and looked upon as worthless if he 53 2, 184 | afterwards when the Lord had looked on him, knew to shed ~most 54 3, 11 | on Christ's soul may be looked at ~in two ways: First, 55 3, 13 | Christ's soul, which may be looked ~at in two ways: first in 56 3, 33 | Incarnation is not to be looked upon as ~an ascent, as it 57 3, 55 | to Acts 1:9: "While they looked ~on, He was raised up." 58 3, 57 | 1:9) that, "while they ~looked on, He was raised up, and 59 3, 57 | heaven "while" the disciples "looked on," as is stated in ~Acts 60 3, 69 | After these things I looked and behold (a ~great) door 61 3, 69 | baptized who died ~then looked forward, with a sure hope, 62 3, 84 | so far as Adam's will ~is looked upon as ours, in which sense 63 Suppl, 17| written (Apoc. 4:1): "I looked and behold a door ~was opened 64 Suppl, 53| always to ask; but if this be looked into aright, it is the same ~ 65 Suppl, 54| debarring certain persons looked chiefly to the danger of 66 Suppl, 85| just as the holy Fathers looked forward to the first coming, ~ 67 Suppl, 85| were so numerous, that some looked forward to the coming of ~ 68 Suppl, 95| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Paul looked upon that life wherein the


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