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39 isaias
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 60 | itself; as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both 2 1, 61 | would not ~beseem them to mount up to a still higher heaven. 3 1, 62 | intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~not contrary 4 1, 62 | is difficult for a man to mount upwards. To be turned to 5 1, 61 | itself; as fire seeks to ~mount upwards. Consequently both 6 1, 62 | would not ~beseem them to mount up to a still higher heaven. 7 1, 63 | intervening hindrance; as to mount upwards is ~not contrary 8 1, 63 | is difficult for a man to mount upwards. To be turned to 9 2, 5 | through which man cannot mount is midway ~between God and 10 2, 102 | which was shown thee on the mount." But that is most reasonable, ~ 11 2, 31 | beast that shall touch the mount shall be ~stoned," [*Vulg.: ' 12 2, 31 | Everyone that shall touch the mount, dying he shall ~die.'] 13 2, 31 | touching the ark. Now the mount and the ark signify our 14 2, 31 | of those who ~touched the mount and the ark.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 41 | in the Lord ~shall be as Mount Sion: he shall not be moved 16 2, 82 | Samaritans who adored on ~Mount Garizim. For both these 17 2, 86 | thus it is expedient to mount on horseback, ~though there 18 2, 120 | for forty days unto the mount of God, Horeb, must ~have 19 2, 145 | that Moses coming down from Mount Sinai broke the ~tables 20 2, 165 | curiosity; but we should ever ~mount towards immortal and abiding 21 2, 169 | forth and stand upon the mount before the ~Lord; and behold 22 2, 170 | unto me all ~Israel unto mount Carmel, and the prophets 23 2, 184 | order by these degrees to mount to ~the perfection of charity." 24 2, 187 | seeks a fall who aspires to mount to the summit by overpassing 25 3, 2 | it is natural to fire to mount; ~secondly, we call natural 26 3, 21 | to God in person than ~to mount to Him in prayer. But the 27 3, 21 | more, ~therefore, could it mount to God by prayer.~Aquin.: 28 3, 21 | consequently, it cannot ~mount to God, which is required 29 3, 31 | terminus of all numbers which ~mount from one to ten, it follows 30 3, 36 | if our constant prayers mount up to God with an odor of ~ 31 3, 44 | the air, as occurred on Mount Sinai when the Law ~was 32 3, 46 | are like steps by which we mount ~to the wood of the cross.~ 33 3, 57 | beatified soul. And although to mount ~upwards is contrary to 34 3, 66 | the way for us, whereby we mount to the repose of the ~heavenly 35 3, 72 | because the (vital) spirits mount directly from the ~heart 36 3, 79 | and forty ~nights unto the mount of God, Horeb."~Aquin.: 37 Suppl, 35| degree, unless he first mount the previous degree. Therefore 38 Suppl, 85| ascended into heaven from ~Mount Olivet which overlooks the 39 Suppl, 85| descend in the neighborhood of Mount Olivet, even as ~He ascended


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