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persever 3
perseverance 167
perseverantia 3
persevere 49
persevered 5
perseveres 8
persevering 22
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49 neglect
49 non-being
49 perceives
49 persevere
49 possessing
49 safeguard
49 stood
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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persevere

   Part, Question
1 2, 24 | fear to sin, they desire to persevere; they grieve for sin, they 2 2, 105 | they should undauntedly persevere in it, putting their trust 3 2, 109 | Whether he can of himself persevere in good?~Aquin.: SMT FS 4 2, 109 | help of grace in order to ~persevere?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 5 2, 109 | grace needs no help to ~persevere. For perseverance is something 6 2, 109 | received what ~enabled him to persevere; and thus man does not need 7 2, 109 | need grace in order to ~persevere.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] A[ 8 2, 109 | a gift whereby ~he could persevere, but to persevere was not 9 2, 109 | could persevere, but to persevere was not given him. But now, 10 2, 109 | grace whereby they may ~persevere, and the further gift of 11 2, 109 | it was easier for man to ~persevere, with the gift of grace 12 2, 109 | will not merely be able to persevere but will be unable to sin.~ 13 2, 111 | proposed; the ~fourth, to persevere in good; the fifth, to reach 14 2, 114 | merit not to sin, i.e. to persevere.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 15 2, 4 | one to be led by hope to persevere in faith, ~or to hold firmly 16 2, 20 | forgiveness to those who persevere in their ~sins, and that 17 2, 50 | but also as ~long as we persevere in them: and it is thus 18 2, 51 | inconstant who fails to persevere ~in what he has proposed 19 2, 81 | for the just that they may persevere and advance in ~holiness. 20 2, 81 | this may be hindered if we persevere not in asking for ~it. Wherefore 21 2, 121 | another, and to endure is to persevere unchangeably. Since then ~ 22 2, 126 | 24:13): "He that shall persevere to ~the end he shall be 23 2, 130 | him, may himself strive to persevere therein and to become ~better. 24 2, 135 | while living, unless he persevere ~until death. Therefore 25 2, 135 | whereby one chooses to persevere, sometimes for the act of 26 2, 135 | perseverance chooses to persevere ~and begins to carry out 27 2, 135 | belongs to perseverance to persevere to the end of ~the virtuous 28 2, 135 | instance that a soldier persevere to the end of ~the fight, 29 2, 135 | more ~praiseworthy is it to persevere in accordance with reason. 30 2, 135 | 24:13, "He that shall persevere to the end, he shall be 31 2, 135 | so framed that he could persevere by means of what he had ~ 32 2, 135 | by the grace of Christ, persevere ~without the help of a further 33 2, 135 | through hard ways." Now some persevere in sinful deeds ~without 34 2, 135 | Therefore man can also persevere in deeds of ~virtue without 35 2, 135 | gift of God, whereby we persevere unto the end, in ~Christ."~ 36 2, 135 | concerned, ~inclines one to persevere: yet since it is a habit, 37 2, 135 | to the first man, not to persevere, but to be able to persevere 38 2, 135 | persevere, but to be able to persevere of his ~free-will: because 39 2, 141 | the right order, and to persevere in what we do: this he ~ 40 2, 178 | we are the more able to persevere in the works thereof, as 41 3, 30 | with which we are stricken persevere, it ~is an enemy that we 42 3, 68 | they may the more easily ~persevere therein; according to Prov. 43 3, 84 | penance, nevertheless he ~must persevere in his penance, lest he 44 Suppl, 86| wherefore he says: "Those who persevere in Divine ~contemplation, 45 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment, who persevere to the end in the ~Catholic 46 Suppl, 96| Consequently ~those who persevere in the faith unto the end 47 Suppl, 96| punishment." ~Therefore those who persevere in works of mercy, though 48 Suppl, 96| punishment, but only those who ~persevere in works of mercy, although 49 Suppl, 96| happens that certain persons persevere in works of mercy ~without


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