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38 punishing
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obedient

   Part, Question
1 1, 17 | truth of life" as being obedient to the order of the divine ~ 2 1, 80 | part of ~the soul which is obedient and amenable to reason is 3 2, 17 | of the members ~are not obedient to reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 4 2, 24 | the passion of ~pity is obedient to reason, when pity is 5 2, 24 | forgiven." But ~nothing that is obedient to reason lessens the moral 6 2, 56 | participation, and are ~obedient to the reason, they are 7 2, 59 | movement of the soul is obedient to reason"; viz. "when pity ~ 8 2, 92 | consists in ~their being obedient to reason; and accordingly " 9 2, 93 | neither partake of nor are obedient ~to human reason: whereas 10 2, 102 | denote that they ~should be obedient to God's law in offering 11 2, 30 | Exhort servants to be obedient to their masters." Now they ~ 12 2, 102 | deficiency, for the more obedient one is the ~more is one 13 2, 102 | his will, and ~which the obedient subject obeys promptly, 14 2, 102 | will do, and we will be obedient."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 15 2, 122 | Phil. ~2:8) that He became "obedient unto death." Hence it is 16 2, 123 | Eph. 6:5): "Servants, be ~obedient to them that are your lords 17 2, 153 | the sensitive appetite is obedient to reason, being tamed by 18 2, 184 | became [Vulg.: 'becoming'] obedient unto death." Therefore seemingly ~ 19 2, 185 | for God's sake, they are ~obedient to the divine love. Hence 20 2, 185 | says: "One prayer of the obedient man is sooner granted than 21 3, 5 | Phil. 2:8) that He became "obedient unto death, even to ~the 22 3, 7 | to Phil. 2:8: "Becoming obedient ~unto death." And hence 23 3, 15 | a natural capacity to be obedient to reason; but not the bodily ~ 24 3, 19 | soul are to some extent ~obedient to reason, and consequently 25 3, 19 | Phil. 2:8,9): "Becoming obedient unto ~death . . . For which 26 3, 20 | Phil. 2:8) that he became ~"obedient" to the Father "unto death."~ 27 3, 37 | example to exhort us to ~be obedient" [*Bede, Hom. x in Evang.]. 28 3, 42 | that because He ~became "obedient unto the death of the cross, 29 3, 46 | Phil. 2:8): "He became obedient unto ~death, even the death 30 3, 47 | Phil. 2:8): "He became obedient" to the ~Father "unto death."~ 31 3, 47 | the victory through being obedient to God, according ~to Prov. 32 3, 47 | according ~to Prov. 21:28: "An obedient man shall speak of victory."~ 33 3, 47 | obedience only; and was obedient, out of love, to the Father' 34 3, 49 | Phil. 2:8): "He became obedient unto ~death, even the death 35 3, 49 | humbled ~Himself, becoming obedient unto death, even to the 36 Suppl, 40| primates of the world are obedient as to our Lord Jesus Christ ~ 37 Suppl, 82| would not be a perfectly obedient ~instrument of its principal 38 Suppl, 82| 1: This clarity will be obedient to the glorified body so


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