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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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helped

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | Whence it is said: "Who hath helped the Spirit of the Lord? ~[* 2 1, 23 | Further, if a thing can be helped, it can also be hindered. 3 1, 23 | predestination is said to be ~helped by the prayers of the saints, 4 1, 23 | OBJ 2: One is said to be helped by another in two ways; 5 1, 23 | power from him: and to be helped thus ~belongs to the weak; 6 1, 23 | to ~understand, "Who hath helped the Spirit of the Lord?" 7 1, 23 | another way one ~is said to be helped by a person through whom 8 1, 23 | servant. In this way God is helped by us; inasmuch as ~we execute 9 1, 62 | inclined towards it, unless helped by some ~other supernatural 10 1, 62 | the ~operation of nature helped by grace. But grace stands 11 1, 63 | inclined towards it, unless helped by some ~other supernatural 12 1, 63 | the ~operation of nature helped by grace. But grace stands 13 1, 78 | intellect, by which the soul is helped to understand.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 82 | thereto unless it be moved and helped by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 15 1, 91 | can be more efficiently helped by another man in ~other 16 2, 4 | and again that he may be helped ~by them in his good work. 17 2, 4 | if they can be said to be helped from ~without, perhaps it 18 2, 5 | universe, man is indeed ~helped by the angels in the attainment 19 2, 56 | will, can be ~hindered or helped in its act, by the sensitive 20 2, 56 | or reason be hindered or helped by the powers mentioned 21 2, 63 | of which these powers are helped or hindered in the ~exercise 22 2, 69 | hoped, and I have been ~helped."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 23 2, 95 | we observe that ~man is helped by industry in his necessities, 24 2, 98 | instructed by ~the law, are helped to fulfil what they desire 25 2, 100 | cannot judge unless he be helped by Divine instruction; such 26 2, 109 | as, through grace, we are helped by Him to do right: and, 27 2, 109 | cannot see unless it is helped by the ~brightness of light, 28 2, 109 | righteously unless he be helped by the eternal light of 29 2, 110 | moved." Secondly, man is helped by God's gratuitous will, ~ 30 2, 111 | end intended. Now man is helped by God to will the good, 31 2, 114 | everything whereby a man is helped to attain beatitude after 32 2, 114 | as they are not thereby helped to reach life everlasting. 33 2, 1 | Divine ~operation, man is helped on his journey towards the 34 2, 16 | eternal happiness. Now we are helped to obtain eternal happiness ~ 35 2, 16 | agent through whom one is helped to obtain any goods that ~ 36 2, 45 | reason. In this they are helped by prudence, which prepares 37 2, 50 | Causis. Now prudence is ~helped by the gift of knowledge, 38 2, 50 | principle of movement is helped chiefly, and is ~perfected 39 2, 50 | is chiefly perfected and helped through being ruled and 40 2, 55 | and to the latter to be helped by the former, ~as the Philosopher 41 2, 81 | since the latter can be helped by prayers: ~and the more 42 2, 81 | inferior beings should be helped by ~all those that are above 43 2, 81 | indefinitely, for instance to be ~helped by God, or we may simply 44 2, 105 | instance ~if one man has helped another to commit a sin. 45 2, 105 | doing good, whereas he helped him to sin. In such a case 46 2, 105 | is not that he should be helped to commit a sin, because 47 2, 127 | a magnanimous man is not helped by goods of fortune.~Aquin.: 48 2, 163 | that one creature can be helped or ~impeded by another. 49 2, 163 | should ~cause him to be helped by good angels. And by a 50 2, 170 | experience, wherein they are helped by their ~natural disposition, 51 2, 172 | be taken by the hand and helped by means of examples ~taken 52 3, 7 | its nature needs to be ~helped by something of a higher 53 3, 7 | however perfect, needs to ~be helped by God. And in this way 54 3, 7 | perfect they ~are, need to be helped by the gifts, which perfect 55 3, 54 | mercifully they have been helped, as He exposes before them 56 Suppl, 27| indulgences: ~for religious can be helped by indulgences no less than 57 Suppl, 29| so that he needs ~to be helped by prayers; secondly, because 58 Suppl, 71| around that ~they cannot be helped by others in the matter


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