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humanity 149
humanized 7
humanly 3
humble 57
humbled 21
humbles 4
humblest 2
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57 enjoined
57 fell
57 guile
57 humble
57 hypostases
57 indicates
57 morals
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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humble

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1 1, 20 | from ~sin more cautious, humble, and fervent. Hence Gregory 2 2, 47 | who confess and repent and humble ~themselves; on the contrary, 3 2, 47 | they have done wrong, who ~humble themselves and ask pardon, 4 2, 47 | of those before whom they humble ~themselves.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 68 | Me, because I am meek and humble of heart," and in ~charity, 6 2, 87 | men arise from sin, ~more humble and more cautious. But it 7 2, 96 | violence to the cause of the humble of My people." But it is ~ 8 2, 113 | and giveth grace to the ~humble"; and again by mercy, according 9 2, 18 | the Lord is befitting the humble of whom it is said: Blessed 10 2, 30 | sinner . . . Do good to the humble and ~give not to the ungodly." 11 2, 38 | those who are faithful and humble. But he who ~was thought 12 2, 52 | small offering ~made with a humble mind and out of pure love, 13 2, 113 | tongue of the detractor may humble." But detraction is an evil, 14 2, 145 | the heart ~contrite and humble, scatters the clouds of 15 2, 152 | again, when I ~come, God humble me among you, and I mourn 16 2, 155 | Me, because I am meek and humble of heart"; and Hilary declares ~[* 17 2, 159 | it becomes not God to be humble, since He can be subject 18 2, 159 | because I am meek, and humble of heart.'"~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 159 | Isidore observes (Etym. x), "a humble man is so called ~because 20 2, 159 | Serm. cccli]) that "the ~humble man is one who chooses to 21 2, 159 | such a man ~we may call humble. Moreover, for the reason 22 2, 159 | Me, because I am meek and humble ~of heart." Moreover, Gregory 23 2, 159 | and giveth grace to the humble." In this sense ~humility 24 2, 159 | distinguished. The first is to be "humble not only in heart, but also 25 2, 159 | nothing great in being humble towards those who treat 26 2, 159 | we should especially be humble towards ~those who make 27 2, 160 | little ones," i.e. ~to the humble.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 28 2, 160 | degree of humility is to "be humble ~in heart, and to show it 29 2, 167 | to tame the flesh, ~or to humble the spirit, it belongs to 30 2, 183 | oppresses ~the faithful and the humble." Therefore if, on account 31 2, 185 | them eat. For if the rich ~humble themselves to piety, it 32 2, 185 | motives. First, in order to humble himself: for just as a man' 33 2, 185 | is praiseworthy to wear humble ~apparel, but in the third 34 2, 186 | and by failing ~to be the humble disciples of truth become 35 2, 187 | punishment']. Thus I was humble not only in other things 36 3, 5 | because I am meek and humble of heart.' And God says 37 3, 30 | Incarnation; but, being humble, she did not think such 38 3, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To a humble mind nothing is more astonishing 39 3, 36 | Himself to be ~wrapped in humble swaddling clothes, suddenly 40 3, 37 | God giveth grace to the humble," as is written James 4: 41 3, 38 | since He did not fail in His humble service to ~wash their feet."~ 42 3, 39 | He giveth grace ~to the humble." And to this "going down" 43 3, 40 | because I am meek and ~humble of heart." But humility 44 3, 53 | belongs to ~exalt them who humble themselves for God's sake, 45 3, 53 | seat, and hath exalted the ~humble." Consequently, because 46 3, 80 | Gregory says: "He is truly humble, who is not obstinate ~in 47 3, 86 | itself) that he is unable to ~humble himself in prayer, although 48 3, 86 | sin, that man is unable to humble himself in ~prayer," i.e. 49 3, 89 | who, ~the more careful and humble he is, abides the more steadfastly 50 3, 89 | because they rise more humble and more enlightened."~Aquin.: 51 3, 89 | those who show no ~signs of humble compunction, or of earnest 52 Suppl, 6 | just man, who is truly humble, deems himself worse not 53 Suppl, 9 | for confession:~Simple, humble, pure, faithful,~Frequent, 54 Suppl, 9 | this respect it should be "humble," so that one ~confesses 55 Suppl, 10| Confession makes a man more humble and more wary," as ~the 56 Suppl, 72| when we beseech ~Him in humble prayer." Therefore when 57 Suppl, 86| is more due ~to them who humble themselves of their own


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