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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nigh

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | God in Scripture, "Draw nigh to God and He will draw 2 1, 9 | to God and He will draw nigh to ~you" (James 4:8). Therefore 3 1, 44 | Thou ~made, O Lord; one nigh unto Thyself" - viz. angels - " 4 1, 44 | viz. angels - "the other nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary 5 1, 54 | made the angelic ~nature "nigh unto Himself," while He 6 1, 54 | He made primary matter "nigh unto ~nothing"; from this 7 1, 45 | Thou ~made, O Lord; one nigh unto Thyself" - viz. angels - " 8 1, 45 | viz. angels - "the other nigh unto ~nothing" - viz. primary 9 1, 55 | made the angelic ~nature "nigh unto Himself," while He 10 1, 55 | He made primary matter "nigh unto ~nothing"; from this 11 1, 115 | those things which are nigh to God have a state of immobility, 12 2, 45 | the means of ~safety are nigh, and that the things to 13 2, 52 | And because quantity is nigh to ~substance, and because 14 2, 86 | ceases, but he needs to draw nigh to him and to return by 15 2, 105 | the year of remission drew nigh, as ~stated in Dt. 15:7, 16 2, 1 | wherefore those who were nigh to Christ's ~advent had 17 2, 2 | the ~teachers, and most nigh to Christ, Who said of him ( 18 2, 23 | way we advance as we get nigh to God, Who is ~approached, " 19 2, 24 | ourselves, a third which is nigh to us," namely our neighbor, ~" 20 2, 34 | 2,3): "My steps had well nigh slipped, ~for I was envious 21 2, 42 | charity is because they are nigh to us, both as to the ~natural 22 3, 1 | inasmuch as He wished to draw nigh to us by taking flesh, He 23 3, 36 | Gentiles. The former were nigh to Him, the latter far from ~ 24 3, 46 | you ~know that summer is nigh: so you also, when you shall 25 3, 46 | things, know ye that it is nigh even at the doors." And 26 3, 46 | When the Passion ~drew nigh, our Lord willed to draw 27 3, 46 | our Lord willed to draw nigh to the place of the ~Passion" - 28 3, 49 | His Passion was drawing ~nigh: "Now shall the prince of 29 3, 57 | shall ~delight in sitting nigh to Thee, when I shall be 30 3, 58 | one thing alone, to ~stand nigh to Him." Still it can be 31 3, 75 | Let the spirit draw nigh to the ~flesh . . . then 32 3, 79 | from thence, when you draw nigh ~to the awe-inspiring chalice, 33 3, 82 | 1: The deacon, as being nigh to the priestly order, has 34 3, 83 | with water when they drew nigh to offer up the sacrifice: ~ 35 3, 83 | water be taken and put away nigh to the altar." It ~might 36 Suppl, 33| whose death men think to ~be nigh.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[33] A[ 37 Suppl, 33| man's estimation, to be nigh to death. Now ~some diseases 38 Suppl, 85| that the last judgment is nigh.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[


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