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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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benefits

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the benefits God confers upon men are 2 1, 23 | the preparation of God's benefits, as Augustine says ~(De 3 1, 23 | the foreknowledge of God's benefits." But ~foreknowledge is 4 1, 23 | and ~preparation of the benefits of God, by which whosoever 5 1, 112 | with ~reason. For those benefits which are conferred by God 6 1, 112 | nature. Among the latter benefits we must count the guardianship 7 2, 12 | time to God and to bodily ~benefits. Therefore, for the same 8 2, 12 | attention to God and to bodily benefits, as to two last ends: ~since, 9 2, 76 | that man even ignores ~the benefits he has received; or again, 10 2, 98 | persons. Now God ~bestows the benefits of salvation on the human 11 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The benefits of grace are forfeited by 12 2, 98 | account of ~sin: but not the benefits of nature. Among the latter 13 2, 100 | master in ~return for the benefits which his subjects receive 14 2, 102 | or recall certain Divine ~benefits; or remind men of the Divine 15 2, 102 | commemorated certain Divine benefits, on account of ~which they 16 2, 102 | offerers, in acknowledgment of benefits already received or yet 17 2, 102 | thirdly, because of the benefits he has already ~received 18 2, 102 | fourthly, by reason of the benefits he hopes to ~receive from 19 2, 102 | and they commemorated ~the benefits which had been conferred 20 2, 105 | succor is more frequent and benefits the greater ~number: and 21 2, 106 | ungrateful for greater benefits, and as not using the help 22 2, 110 | said to be "grateful" for benefits. Of these three the ~second 23 2, 110 | proceeds the third, since from benefits bestowed ~"gratis" arises " 24 2, 111 | above (A[1]), not all the benefits divinely ~conferred upon 25 2, 114 | who has received fewer ~benefits. Hence, since he who has 26 2, 114 | subsequent sin; hence all ~benefits which he afterwards obtains 27 2, 25 | we have ~bestowed lesser benefits.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 28 2, 29 | vii). But the bestowal of benefits is an act of ~charity towards 29 2, 29 | so ~forth): and various benefits should be conferred in various 30 2, 29 | bestow on each one such benefits as pertain to the matter 31 2, 29 | equity, as ~in the case of benefits received gratis. Now no 32 2, 29 | wherefore in ~paying back benefits received, we should give 33 2, 29 | love tends to ~conferring benefits, while the children's love 34 2, 29 | under towards ~them for the benefits we have received from them, 35 2, 29 | to the ~various kinds of benefits. Therefore beneficence is 36 2, 29 | Reply OBJ 2: Even as all benefits conferred on our neighbor, 37 2, 29 | there are various kinds of ~benefits.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 38 2, 60 | he has received greater benefits; but he ~ought not to compensate 39 2, 68 | OBJ 2: Further, a lie that benefits someone and hurts no man 40 2, 81 | through giving thanks for benefits received we merit to receive 41 2, 81 | to receive yet ~greater benefits," as we say in the collect [* 42 2, 81 | thanksgiving for other benefits precedes intercession: but 43 2, 98 | monastery by means of temporal benefits, ~in order that he may thereby 44 2, 99 | excellence and the various benefits received ~from them. on 45 2, 100 | to one's faculty, for the benefits we received from him.~Aquin.: 46 2, 100 | obligation, on ~account of the benefits they have received from 47 2, 104 | have received the greatest benefits from God, and ~from our 48 2, 104 | considers himself only, and benefits because cannot ~otherwise 49 2, 178 | judgments, ~thirdly of His benefits, fourthly of His promises." 50 2, 178 | considering the divine ~benefits and promises, man is led 51 3 | Saviour of all, and of the benefits bestowed by Him on the human 52 3, 1 | servant, to account the benefits of his ~Lord, which have 53 3, 7 | will of God, ~bestowing benefits gratis; and hence every 54 3, 21 | should give thanks for benefits received, and ask in prayer 55 3, 35 | son of the Emperor, His benefits would have been attributed 56 3, 79 | Whether this sacrament benefits others besides the recipients? ~( 57 3, 79 | seems that this sacrament benefits only the recipients. For ~ 58 3, 79 | it would follow that it benefits a man more if he receive ~ 59 3, 79 | seem that this sacrament benefits anyone but the recipient.~ 60 3, 79 | So, then, this sacrament benefits ~recipients by way both 61 3, 79 | OBJ 2: As Christ's Passion benefits all, for the forgiveness 62 3, 79 | pale of the Church. But it benefits them who are ~members, more 63 3, 83 | upon which many of God's benefits have to be ~recalled or 64 Suppl, 45| lack of ~consent - which benefits him in the tribunal of his 65 Suppl, 96| person ~deserves to lose all benefits. and among other benefits 66 Suppl, 96| benefits. and among other benefits of God there is ~"being"


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