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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strive

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | Whence, the predestined must strive after good works and ~prayer; 2 1, 86 | mental inquiry: "Let the mind strive not to ~see itself as if 3 1, 94 | is not crowned except he strive ~lawfully" and the Philosopher 4 1, 105 | so much the more does it ~strive to transmit its perfections 5 1, 112 | Further, if we say that angels strive for those whom they guard, ~ 6 2, 25 | it seems more arduous to strive to overcome a contrary evil ~ 7 2, 25 | pertains to anger; than to strive simply to ~obtain some good. 8 2, 25 | it seems more arduous to strive to overcome a ~present evil, 9 2, 38 | like a weight whereof we strive to unburden ~ourselves: 10 2, 40 | they who despair of flight, strive less to ~fly, but hope to 11 2, 61 | man to do his utmost to strive onward even to ~Divine things, 12 2, 10 | heretics, or ~pagans who strive to corrupt the faith in 13 2, 18 | require that whoever would strive to obtain a perfect ~share 14 2, 23 | place at once, but when we strive for that ~increase.~Aquin.: 15 2, 34 | Reply OBJ 3: A man does not strive for mastery in matters where 16 2, 34 | zeal with which we ought to strive ~to progress with those 17 2, 40 | tyrant, while the rest strive to dethrone him. Therefore 18 2, 43 | fruits." Thirdly, he should strive in all charity ~to correct 19 2, 58 | with him, and invite him to strive against it together with 20 2, 58 | wherefore everyone ~should strive to make his judgment accord 21 2, 70 | written ~(Ecclus. 8:4): "Strive not with a man that is full 22 2, 81 | for something definite ~strive to incline his will to do 23 2, 81 | the contrary, we ought ~to strive to will what He wills, according 24 2, 81 | unable to pray attentively, strive as much as you can ~to curb 25 2, 94 | malice ~of the demons, who strive to entangle men's minds 26 2, 95 | tempt God when it has to strive to escape from that which 27 2, 104 | indefinitely. ~Now virtue does not strive at the indefinite, since " 28 2, 113 | console him, or that he may strive to make progress in ~good, 29 2, 128 | does any natural agent ~strive to do what exceeds its ability. 30 2, 130 | glory inflames every man to strive his utmost": ~and in Holy 31 2, 130 | which is in him, may himself strive to persevere therein and 32 2, 130 | magnanimous man should ever ~strive to keep untrammeled." Therefore 33 2, 145 | be paid of things, so we strive to pay God a tithe of days, 34 2, 153 | is not crowned, except he strive ~lawfully," and the continent 35 2, 165 | divine, and by divine wisdom strive to destroy the worship of ~ 36 2, 167 | hands on God, when they ~strive to reform what He has formed. 37 2, 184 | of perfection, which men strive to reach by various ~practices, 38 3, 15 | is not crowned except he strive ~lawfully." Now Christ had 39 3, 41 | devil envies those ~who strive for better things."~Aquin.: 40 3, 41 | always ~"envies those who strive for better things," as Ambrose 41 3, 44 | after falling into sin we strive to ~return to God, we experience 42 3, 68 | even if after Baptism these strive to ~infect them with the 43 3, 71 | impediment, so far as the demons strive to hinder man's ~salvation. 44 Suppl, 59| Christ's name, then if she ~strive to draw him to unbelief, 45 Suppl, 86| nothing to Christ, but strive to redeem their sins with 46 Suppl, 90| not'] crowned except ~he strive lawfully." Now beatitude 47 Suppl, 92| endowment thou canst please, strive to please." But this does ~ 48 Suppl, 93| is not crowned except he strive lawfully" (2 Tim. 2:5). 49 Suppl, 93| not be crowned, except he strive lawfully"; whereas the fruit 50 Suppl, 93| not'] crowned, except he strive lawfully." ~Aquin.: SMT 51 Suppl, 93| not'] crowned, except he strive lawfully." But there is


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