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sweetly 13
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swell 2
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59 punish
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59 sweetness
59 totality
59 value
58 accomplish
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sweetness

   Part, Question
1 1, 4 | Thus we do not say that sweetness is like ~whiteness. But 2 1, 6 | are not comparable; as, sweetness is not properly greater 3 1, 30 | other, as whiteness and ~sweetness; on the other hand, the 4 1, 39 | Trinity, ~the Holy Ghost, the sweetness of the Begettor and the 5 1, 39 | Trinity, ~the Holy Ghost, the sweetness of the Begettor and the 6 1, 83 | one we find whiteness with sweetness, in another ~without sweetness. 7 1, 83 | sweetness, in another ~without sweetness. In the same way the sensible 8 2, 1 | pleasant but to ~some, the sweetness of wine is most pleasant, 9 2, 1 | pleasant, to others, the sweetness of ~honey, or of something 10 2, 11 | and in which a ~certain sweetness is to be perceived. Hence 11 2, 11 | appetite with a certain sweetness and delight. Now a thing 12 2, 26 | wine, on account of its sweetness which ~he desires"; as stated 13 2, 48 | fervor of love has a certain ~sweetness and gentleness; for it tends 14 2, 70 | perfection, and has a certain sweetness. This ~fruit has a twofold 15 2, 102 | the inward sacrifice, ~the sweetness, which is denoted by honey, 16 2, 102 | to God for an odor of sweetness" (Eph. ~5:2). And for this 17 2, 102 | the absence of all carnal sweetness and pleasure from ~those 18 2, 102 | both by reason of its sweetness, and because it was through ~ 19 2, 112 | experiencing a ~certain sweetness, which he who does not receive 20 2, 28 | final good, having spiritual sweetness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[29] A[ 21 2, 43 | taste spiritual pleasure or ~sweetness. Therefore wisdom is in 22 2, 43 | as it denotes a certain ~sweetness [saporem]. Hence the Reply 23 2, 95 | himself the taste of God's sweetness, and complacency in ~God' 24 2, 95 | s will, and to taste His sweetness.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 25 2, 155 | soul comes from a certain sweetness of disposition, whereby ~ 26 2, 157 | a certain smoothness or sweetness of soul, ~whereby one is 27 2, 157 | according to reason, while the sweetness of soul which inclines one 28 2, 160 | understanding, cannot realize their sweetness: and if ~they know of them 29 2, 166 | pleasure, since but little sweetness suffices to season ~life, 30 2, 178 | the contemplative life is sweetness exceedingly lovable."~Aquin.: 31 2, 178 | The contemplative life is sweetness exceedingly ~lovable; for 32 2, 178 | when we have known ~the sweetness of God, we have one foot 33 2, 178 | Further, a man tastes the sweetness of contemplation by snatches ~ 34 2, 178 | inmost soul, to a ~strange sweetness . . . yet through my grievous 35 2, 178 | remain ~long at rest in the sweetness of inward contemplation, 36 2, 179 | the word, long for the ~sweetness of teaching, occupy themselves 37 2, 180 | taken from thee: whereas the sweetness of truth is eternal."~Aquin.: 38 2, 180 | deprive ourselves of its sweetness, and this ~burden overwhelm 39 2, 180 | suffer ~separation from the sweetness of Divine contemplation 40 2, 182 | the memory ~. . . of Thy sweetness," to perfect men returning 41 2, 186 | the memory of . . . Thy sweetness," refer ~"to perfect men 42 3, 22 | to God for an odor of sweetness."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[22] A[ 43 3, 36 | to God with an odor of ~sweetness"; and we offer myrrh, "which 44 3, 46 | sacrifice to God for an odor ~of sweetness." Hence Bede says in a Homily ( 45 3, 47 | sacrifice to God for an odor of sweetness." Now obedience is preferred ~ 46 3, 48 | sacrifice to God for an odor of sweetness."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 47 3, 73 | sacrifice') . . . of ~sweetness" (Eph. 5:2).~Aquin.: SMT 48 3, 73 | Manna, "having ~in it the sweetness of every taste" (Wis. 16: 49 3, 74 | species of wine, for its sweetness [*"Aut dulcis musti Vulcano ~ 50 3, 76 | both white and sweet; hence sweetness is in the sight after ~the 51 3, 76 | whiteness, and not after that of sweetness. Since, then, ~the substance 52 3, 79 | were inebriated with ~the sweetness of the Divine goodness, 53 3, 79 | refreshment of spiritual sweetness: which is ~indeed hindered 54 3, 81 | delectation of spiritual sweetness. But although grace was ~ 55 3, 81 | good" (for instance, the ~sweetness of the Divine goodness, 56 3, 83 | sacrifice to God for an odor ~of sweetness," as is said in Eph. 5:2. 57 Suppl, 89| honey as visible, than the sweetness ~of honey to honey.~Aquin.: 58 Suppl, 93| For the material fruit has sweetness whereby ~it refreshes so 59 Suppl, 93| refresh the mind ~with genuine sweetness," as Ambrose says [*De Parad.


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