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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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exceeding

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Scripture: "The Lord was exceeding ~angry with His people" ( 2 1, 12 | first cause of all ~things, exceeding all things caused by Him.~ 3 1, 13 | as incomprehended, and as exceeding the signification of ~the 4 1, 14 | the same relation in not exceeding His intellect, as anything 5 1, 14 | anything finite ~has in not exceeding finite intellect. But God 6 1, 20 | innocent are related as exceeding and ~exceeded. For whether 7 1, 24 | life of ~glory is an end exceeding human nature, as said above ( 8 1, 25 | divine goodness is an end exceeding beyond all proportion ~things 9 1, 50 | immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great number, far beyond 10 1, 51 | immaterial substances, exist in exceeding great number, far beyond 11 2, 4 | powerful nature that from its ~exceeding fulness of happiness the 12 2, 32 | John ~(verse 4): "I was exceeding glad that I found thy children 13 2, 33 | charity: "Thy commandment is exceeding broad." ~But pleasure is 14 2, 55 | that virtue makes the soul exceeding good": and the Philosopher 15 2, 64 | may happen either by their exceeding the measure or by ~their 16 2, 66 | Behold God is great, exceeding our knowledge." Therefore 17 2, 102 | firm on ~account of its exceeding softness.~Aquin.: SMT FS 18 2, 102 | water-fowl on account of their exceeding humidity. In like manner 19 2, 109 | nature cannot rise to an act exceeding the ~proportion of its strength. 20 2, 109 | everlasting life is an end exceeding the proportion of ~human 21 2, 112 | Behold God is ~great, exceeding our knowledge." And hence 22 2, 114 | divinely ordained to anything exceeding the proportion of ~the powers 23 2, 114 | everlasting life ~is a good exceeding the proportion of created 24 2, 10 | one vice is opposed by ~exceeding the virtue, and another, 25 2, 30 | considers abundance of alms as exceeding the ~needs of the recipient.~ 26 2, 58 | attacked, without ~himself exceeding the limits of a blameless 27 2, 110 | the ~pride of Moab, he is exceeding proud: his haughtiness, 28 2, 110 | argument takes boasting as exceeding men's opinion.~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 111 | does not forsake truth by exceeding it any more than by ~diminishing 30 2, 116 | covetousness consists in a man's exceeding ~the measure in the things 31 2, 117 | deficient in giving, without exceeding in ~receiving, as the Philosopher 32 2, 117 | of necessity, since while exceeding in giving he is ~lacking 33 2, 117 | respect of money, not as ~exceeding, but as deficient in them.~ 34 2, 118 | with ~legal justice, as exceeding it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[120] 35 2, 121 | the extreme consists in exceeding right reason: ~wherefore 36 2, 129 | a right use of a dignity exceeding ~his ability, he would not 37 2, 136 | pertinacity is reproved for ~exceeding the mean, and effeminacy 38 2, 151 | reason: and consequently the exceeding pleasure attaching to a 39 2, 151 | consists ~essentially in exceeding the order and mode of reason 40 2, 160 | excellence in a measure exceeding his ~competency: and thus 41 2, 172 | wisdom and ~understanding exceeding much."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 42 3, 1 | rich in mercy), for His exceeding charity ~wherewith He loved 43 3, 9 | Divine Essence is a form exceeding the ~capacity of any creature 44 3, 11 | perfect of its kind: the first exceeding the mode of human nature, 45 3, 30 | from the angel a message exceeding ~great, before such an event 46 3, 32 | Virgin's womb was due to the ~exceeding love of God: wherefore it 47 3, 46 | is rich in mercy, for His exceeding charity ~wherewith He loved 48 3, 46 | and extolled, and shall be exceeding ~high; as many as have been 49 3, 46 | absolute quantity, yet not ~exceeding the rule of reason. But 50 3, 48 | First of all, because of the exceeding charity from which He ~suffered; 51 3, 48 | as He is God, has a might exceeding all human power.~Aquin.: 52 3, 49 | extolled, and shall be ~exceeding high: as many have been 53 3, 51 | are clean, and new, and exceeding great."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 54 3, 87 | is rich in mercy, for His exceeding ~charity, wherewith He loved 55 Suppl, 16| them." Now the ~devils are exceeding evil, nor is there any punishment 56 Suppl, 22| one another as something exceeding ~and something exceeded [* 57 Suppl, 25| performed works of ~satisfaction exceeding the requirements of their 58 Suppl, 55| for instance if through exceeding ~stress of weakness and 59 Suppl, 72| on 2 Pt. 3:12 says: "This exceeding great ~fire will engulf 60 Suppl, 85| the ~air, and shining with exceeding glory, He will be visible 61 Suppl, 87| weakness, but will indicate the exceeding power whereby ~Christ overcame 62 Suppl, 93| flesh, but ~owing to the exceeding strength of her virtue, 63 Suppl, 93| know . . . what ~is the exceeding greatness," etc. says: " 64 Suppl, 94| multitude of the damned will be exceeding great, ~for "the number 65 Suppl, 94| containing that fire must also be exceeding great. But it would seem ~


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