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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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continually

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1 1, 13 | operation, which we ~experience continually, to signify the divine nature.~ 2 1, 18 | are not connected with a continually flowing ~source, are called 3 1, 53 | which a thing ~which is continually moved comes, before arriving 4 1, 64 | that hate ~Thee, ascendeth continually"; and this is understood 5 1, 54 | which a thing ~which is continually moved comes, before arriving 6 1, 65 | that hate ~Thee, ascendeth continually"; and this is understood 7 1, 83 | bodily senses reach, ~is continually being changed; and what 8 1, 101 | the atmosphere there is "a continually even temperature"; and in 9 1, 103 | keep the creature in being continually, or ~He would be continually 10 1, 103 | continually, or ~He would be continually adding something new to 11 1, 103 | existence otherwise ~than by continually pouring out existence into 12 2, 48 | way, by thinking of it ~continually, for to everyone that desires 13 2, 48 | the cause of friendship is continually being multiplied by time: ~ 14 2, 48 | to anger, ~were its cause continually multiplied.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 55 | otherwise a man would merit continually, even while asleep. But 16 2, 71 | that he ought to do, ceases continually doing what he ought. ~Therefore 17 2, 71 | would follow that he sins continually; and this is untrue. ~Therefore 18 2, 76 | person in ignorance would be continually ~sinning, which is clearly 19 2, 76 | sins actually indeed, not ~continually, but only at the time for 20 2, 85 | the good of nature can be ~continually diminished by sin, it seems 21 2, 85 | same good of nature may be continually diminished ~by sin, some, 22 2, 90 | characters, by which means it ~is continually promulgated. Hence Isidore 23 2, 101 | in many ways, and ~more continually; and because the mystery 24 2, 105 | namely, that they should continually read and ~ponder on God' 25 2, 10 | people mean by crying out continually: 'We may believe or not ~ 26 2, 15 | forget those things which are continually attracting the notice ~of 27 2, 15 | eyes, or to which we ~are continually returning, for instance, 28 2, 32 | that hate ~Thee ascendeth continually," and (Jn. 15:24): "But 29 2, 81 | seem that we ought to pray continually. ~For our Lord said (Lk. 30 2, 81 | desire ought to be in us continually, either actually or ~virtually, 31 2, 81 | Reply OBJ 4: One may pray continually, either through having a 32 2, 128 | were before him, namely continually advancing forward.~Aquin.: 33 2, 142 | ashamed by those who are to be continually with him."~Aquin.: SMT SS 34 2, 142 | ashamed, since we are to be continually in their society, as though ~ 35 2, 187 | matter of counsel, but be continually with a holy man." In these ~ 36 3, 39 | baptism man needs to pray continually, in order to enter ~heaven: 37 3, 55 | to have lived with ~them continually.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 38 3, 55 | That Christ did not stay continually with the disciples was ~ 39 3, 55 | that He should not abide continually with them, for the reason 40 3, 84 | a penitent cannot grieve continually for his past sins, which ~ 41 3, 84 | is impossible for a man continually to repent actually. ~for 42 3, 84 | and thus he should repent continually, ~both by never doing anything 43 Suppl, 4 | it is expedient to grieve continually for our sins?~(3) Whether 44 Suppl, 4 | expedient to grieve for sin continually?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[2] 45 Suppl, 4 | expedient to grieve for sin ~continually. For it is sometimes expedient 46 Suppl, 4 | expedient to grieve for ~sin continually.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[2] 47 Suppl, 4 | is inexpedient to grieve ~continually.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[4] A[2] 48 Suppl, 4 | Consequently the more ~continually a man can perform acts of 49 Suppl, 83| Now "if a finite thing be continually ~lessened, it must needs 50 Suppl, 94| consumed if something be continually taken from it. Therefore 51 Suppl, 95| that hate ~Thee ascendeth continually."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[


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