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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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keeps

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | Causis, ~"an intelligence keeps pace with eternity," that 2 1, 59 | and from the form which keeps it in such being when once 3 1, 58 | Causis, ~"an intelligence keeps pace with eternity," that 4 1, 60 | and from the form which keeps it in such being when once 5 1, 83 | he says that the soul ~"keeps something" - namely, not 6 1, 103 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, if God keeps creatures in being, this 7 1, 103 | causes. Therefore He ~also keeps things in being by means 8 1, 103 | stated above (A[1]), a thing keeps another in being ~in two 9 1, 103 | both ways a created thing keeps ~another in being. For it 10 1, 103 | So we conclude that God keeps certain things in ~being, 11 1, 112 | one angel who ~immediately keeps men.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 12 2, 40 | by going ahead, not only keeps its eye on the ~good which 13 2, 42 | fears ~to lose his health, keeps it, through fearing its 14 2, 43 | of God's punishments, man keeps His commandments, ~and thus 15 2, 61 | all things, and fortitude keeps the mind unbent by ~the 16 2, 111 | grace which does not do this keeps the ~common name, as happens 17 2, 45 | Eccl. xxiv) that "prudence keeps most ~careful watch and 18 2, 62 | that everything naturally keeps itself in being, and resists ~ 19 2, 92 | outwardly so long as he keeps the ~faith in his heart.~ 20 2, 116 | to wit, a man acquires or keeps them more ~than is due. 21 2, 145 | Reply OBJ 2: The Church keeps the Ember fasts, neither 22 2, 183 | the poor." Now ~whoever keeps for himself or gives to 23 2, 183 | worship, and if the bishop keeps back for himself ~part of 24 2, 183 | exceeds ~moderation in what he keeps for himself, and fails to 25 2, 187 | Categor. ix], since whoever keeps the counsels keeps ~the 26 2, 187 | whoever keeps the counsels keeps ~the commandments, but the 27 3, 14 | reasonable man assumes what keeps him from his proper ~end. 28 3, 31 | since he who pays a tithe keeps nine parts to himself, and ~ 29 3, 46 | fitting that whatsoever keeps something ~unjustly and 30 3, 51 | denote penance, by which man ~keeps Christ within himself without 31 3, 79 | Even charity of itself keeps man from sin, according 32 Suppl, 25| the debt of punishment keeps man back from the ~attainment 33 Suppl, 93| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: He who keeps the counsels and the commandments 34 Suppl, 93| merits more than he who keeps the commandments only, if 35 Suppl, 93| since sometimes a ~man keeps the commandments alone out 36 Suppl, 93| greater charity than one who ~keeps both commandments and counsels. 37 Suppl, 96| all." Therefore ~whoever keeps the law as regards the works


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