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ray 25
rays 39
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39 needy
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39 restoration
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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rays

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | enlightened by the divine rays except they be hidden within 2 1, 9 | go out, according as its ~rays reach the house, so God 3 1, 19 | very essence pours ~the rays of goodness upon everything 4 1, 23 | corporeal sun sends his rays ~upon all without selection, 5 1, 42 | is like the ~emission of rays from the sun; wherein is 6 1, 50 | substances subsist because of the rays of the divine ~goodness." 7 1, 50 | shedding form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; 8 1, 66 | condensed so as to emit rays, as the sun does, but of 9 1, 67 | attributes of light and its rays. ~Moreover, different rays 10 1, 67 | rays. ~Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius says ( 11 1, 67 | natural effects, for by the rays of the sun bodies are warmed, 12 1, 67 | proof of this is that the rays of ~different stars produce 13 1, 70 | Thus we ~observe that the rays of the sun have one effect, 14 1, 42 | is like the ~emission of rays from the sun; wherein is 15 1, 51 | substances subsist because of the rays of the divine ~goodness." 16 1, 51 | shedding form of the aforesaid rays may be terminated in them; 17 1, 67 | condensed so as to emit rays, as the sun does, but of 18 1, 68 | attributes of light and its rays. ~Moreover, different rays 19 1, 68 | rays. ~Moreover, different rays of light, as Dionysius says ( 20 1, 68 | natural effects, for by the rays of the sun bodies are warmed, 21 1, 68 | proof of this is that the rays of ~different stars produce 22 1, 71 | Thus we ~observe that the rays of the sun have one effect, 23 2, 67 | extinguished when the sun's rays appear. Therefore it ~seems 24 2, 93 | substance, may know it by its ~rays. So then no one can know 25 2, 103 | when appeared ~the first rays of the sun, i.e. Christ, 26 3, 20 | subject, so to say, to the rays of this goodness. ~Secondly, 27 3, 31 | to be born. If the sun's rays can dry up the ~filth in 28 3, 44 | the ~sun withdrawing its rays, without any change in the 29 3, 44 | greater light' withdrew its ~rays, lest it should look on 30 3, 44 | And this withdrawal of the rays is ~not to be understood 31 3, 44 | send forth ~or withdraw its rays: for it sheds its light, 32 3, 44 | is said to withdraw ~its rays in so far as the Divine 33 3, 44 | Divine power caused the sun's rays not to reach ~the earth. 34 Suppl, 72| focusing together of the rays of the heavenly bodies, 35 Suppl, 72| concave clouds, on which the rays will strike ~But this again 36 Suppl, 79| mirror placed under the sun's rays does not reflect the ~image 37 Suppl, 79| directly opposite the sun's rays does not appear ~therein, 38 Suppl, 80| bodies, to wit the solar rays, ~are able now to occupy 39 Suppl, 88| bright, not as casting forth rays, but as ~an enlightened


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