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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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provide

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | present, we gather how to provide for the future. Now it belongs 2 1, 22 | foresight ~of causes that provide only for some particular 3 1, 70 | weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for the necessities of food; 4 1, 71 | weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for the necessities of food; 5 1, 78 | but ~perhaps in order to provide intellectual light to the 6 1, 97 | human soul. Wherefore, to provide for the multiplication of 7 1, 112 | community; to whom it belongs to provide what ~concerns one man in 8 2, 42 | which he might otherwise provide himself to forestall the 9 2, 97 | note of the past we can provide for the ~future. Now unless 10 2, 105 | firstly (Ex. ~18:21): "Provide out of all the people wise [ 11 2, 105 | is written (Ex. 18:21): "Provide out of all the people ~wise [ 12 2, 105 | spirits of all the flesh provide a man, that ~may be over 13 2, 105 | human ~society that men may provide themselves with necessaries 14 2, 110 | fitting that God should provide less for those He ~loves, 15 2, 10 | On the other hand, to provide ~the sacraments of salvation 16 2, 25 | this matter, a man ought to provide for his spiritual children 17 2, 25 | of the favors received to provide for ~his parents before 18 2, 30 | one's station, in order to provide for a greater need.~Aquin.: 19 2, 53 | according to human custom, provide themselves with such ~things, 20 2, 69 | because one is not bound ~to provide for the future needs of 21 2, 75 | civil servants who have to provide the household or the ~state 22 2, 85 | is the ~people's duty to provide a livelihood for their rulers 23 2, 85 | wherewith they were able to provide a sufficient livelihood 24 2, 95 | to be ~the more able to provide for himself, the less he 25 2, 98 | understanding ~or intention that he provide for one's kindred from the 26 2, 99 | seems that piety does not provide support for our parents. ~ 27 2, 99 | does not belong to piety to provide support for one's ~parents.~ 28 2, 115 | inclination for ~one to provide for oneself more than for 29 2, 115 | instrument, but also to provide opportunities for that good ~ 30 2, 115 | yet by begging he might provide ~himself with the means 31 2, 120 | servant ~or free, is bound to provide necessaries both for himself 32 2, 127 | sufficient ~by himself to provide for his own life. Accordingly, 33 2, 130 | name," and that he should "provide good things in the sight 34 2, 132 | to a magnificent man ~to provide himself with a suitable 35 2, 145 | OBJ 4: Those poor who can provide themselves with sufficient 36 2, 145 | originate from animals that provide us with flesh: wherefore ~ 37 2, 162 | belongs to the husband to ~provide the necessaries of that 38 2, 174 | respect, that God ~should provide them with the gift of tongues; 39 2, 183 | as a duty of charity, to provide for those who are in need. ~ 40 2, 186 | prayer, will be unable to provide themselves with ~these things." 41 2, 186 | Why did the apostles thus provide for the needs of the saints?"~ 42 3, 40 | their private means to provide their instructors with food 43 3, 61 | to Divine providence to ~provide for each one according as 44 3, 61 | fitting that God should provide man with a ~spiritual medicine 45 Suppl, 8 | whose ~business it is to provide remedies conducive to health, 46 Suppl, 18| for each sin, so ~as to provide a remedy against it. Wherefore 47 Suppl, 25| follows that indulgences provide a ~remedy against sin. Consequently 48 Suppl, 46| wherefore ~it suffices if he provide for her marriage. Nor is 49 Suppl, 67| so far as parents have to provide for their children for their ~ 50 Suppl, 68| their parents are bound to provide for their needs. Hence it 51 Suppl, 68| to compel both parents to provide for them.~Aquin.: SMT XP 52 Suppl, 71| person before dying ~were to provide for so many suffrages to


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