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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accomplish

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1 1, 62 | of grace for what we can accomplish ~naturally. But the angel 2 1, 63 | of grace for what we can accomplish ~naturally. But the angel 3 1, 77 | although the above forces accomplish these things in a more ~ 4 1, 82 | you both to will and to ~accomplish." Therefore man has not 5 1, 96 | reserved for Christ to accomplish, by Whom the defect of nature 6 1, 104 | you'] both to will and to accomplish."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] 7 2, 9 | you'] "both to will and to accomplish."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[ 8 2, 13 | happens that we are unable to ~accomplish what we choose: so that 9 2, 20 | movement of the will until he accomplish it in ~deed; it is evident 10 2, 68 | Therefore, in order to accomplish this end, it ~is necessary 11 2, 68 | so ~that, seemingly, they accomplish what the virtues cannot. 12 2, 76 | which we are unable to accomplish a due act rightly. Wherefore 13 2, 98 | verse: "That the Lord might accomplish His word, which He ~promised 14 2, 106 | but also by helping him to accomplish it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] 15 2, 107 | mature age, who can forthwith accomplish that ~which pertains to 16 2, 107 | Law, however, could not accomplish ~this: but foreshadowed 17 2, 107 | Christ are difficult to accomplish, for instance: Thou shalt 18 2, 26 | difficult are the things we accomplish for its ~sake, just as the 19 2, 45 | prudently what ~they desire to accomplish." Therefore all who have 20 2, 55 | God is satisfied if we accomplish what we ~can. Nevertheless 21 2, 63 | that their hand ~cannot accomplish what they had begun, while 22 2, 66 | do what he cannot duly ~accomplish.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[68] A[ 23 2, 77 | from evil deeds than to ~accomplish good deeds. Therefore it 24 2, 77 | transgress," than not to accomplish a good deed, ~which is " 25 2, 115 | 3: Further, in order to accomplish what he intends chiefly, 26 2, 121 | for action but also to ~accomplish it. In fact is there greater 27 2, 126 | consists in not failing to accomplish what one has confidently ~ 28 2, 127 | which he is in a hurry to accomplish, whereas the magnanimous ~ 29 2, 127 | deeds: since we can easily accomplish things by means of riches, ~ 30 2, 131 | natural ~inclination to accomplish an action that is commensurate 31 2, 132 | this way a poor man cannot accomplish the ~outward act of magnificence 32 2, 134 | the ~rational creature to accomplish it. Now it is more reasonable 33 2, 135 | perform the act, yet does not accomplish it, for instance a builder ~ 34 2, 135 | power to choose yet not to accomplish.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 35 2, 178 | Creator." ~Now no one can accomplish this without cleanness of 36 2, 182 | By so doing thou shalt accomplish this end."~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 185 | usefulness if he wishes to accomplish something ~useful, and is 38 2, 187 | smallest matters, so as to accomplish great things." Now the ~ 39 3, 13 | you'], both to will and to accomplish" (Phil. 2:13).~ 40 3, 18 | them "both to will ~and to accomplish," as is written Phil. 2: 41 3, 37 | yoke of the Law, and to accomplish a spiritual circumcision 42 3, 37 | Himself the shadow, He might ~accomplish the reality.~Aquin.: SMT 43 3, 38 | nothing that man could not accomplish. ~Wherefore it was not from 44 3, 38 | nothing that he did not accomplish. But the baptism ~of the 45 3, 38 | thereof, because he does ~not accomplish its principal effect, which 46 3, 45 | decease that He should ~accomplish in Jerusalem," i.e. of His 47 3, 46 | human sufferings in order to accomplish the ~sacrament of His death, 48 3, 50 | Christ's death did not accomplish anything towards our ~salvation.~ 49 3, 54 | by the Passion He might accomplish the mystery of ~our redemption. 50 3, 62 | an art. But it does not accomplish the instrumental action ~ 51 3, 62 | the body that they touch, accomplish through the ~Divine institution 52 3, 63 | character, so that ~they may accomplish worthily the service to 53 3, 78 | consecration of the bread does not ~accomplish its effect until the form 54 3, 82 | it belongs to priests to accomplish this ~sacrament.~Aquin.: 55 3, 84 | sacraments of the New Law accomplish what they signify, as ~stated 56 Suppl, 59| husband would be unable to accomplish unless he were freed from ~ 57 Suppl, 73| others are ~led thereby to accomplish our will. And the Divine 58 Suppl, 77| instrument serves ~not only to accomplish the operation of the agent,


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