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33 boy
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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bestowing

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | gives Himself, as freely bestowing Himself to be enjoyed by ~ 2 1, 62 | building up their nature and bestowing grace on them?"~Aquin.: 3 1, 62 | looked for from another's bestowing. Now it is evident from 4 1, 43 | gives Himself, as freely bestowing Himself to be enjoyed by ~ 5 1, 63 | building up their nature and bestowing grace on them?"~Aquin.: 6 1, 63 | looked for from another's bestowing. Now it is evident from 7 1, 93 | unchangeable truth, yet without ~bestowing on him the experience of 8 2, 109 | from the Holy Ghost as ~bestowing the natural light, and moving 9 2, 109 | sanctifying grace, or as bestowing ~any habitual gift superadded 10 2, 111 | have special ~efficacy in bestowing faith. Hence they are set 11 2, 112 | God alone should deify, bestowing a partaking of the ~Divine 12 2, 84 | to exact, ~something for bestowing the sacraments, but by someone 13 2, 105 | becomes, he should cease from bestowing his favors upon him.~Aquin.: 14 2, 182 | the holy legislation in bestowing perfect grace on them ~accords 15 3, 2 | will of God gratuitously bestowing something; ~secondly, as 16 3, 6 | the will of God doing or bestowing something gratis, ~the union 17 3, 7 | universal principle for bestowing grace on human nature, according 18 3, 7 | gratuitous will of God, ~bestowing benefits gratis; and hence 19 3, 8 | Thirdly, He has the power of ~bestowing grace on all the members 20 3, 8 | Head of the Church from His bestowing ~grace on the Church's members. 21 3, 23 | adoption, forasmuch as God, by ~bestowing His grace, makes man whom 22 3, 32 | Virgin, purifying her, and bestowing on her ~the power to receive 23 3, 32 | the second, he says: "And ~bestowing on her the power to receive," 24 3, 48 | anything of the sort, but by ~bestowing what was of greatest price - 25 3, 52 | caused by glory deferred, by ~bestowing glory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 26 3, 63 | receiving Divine gifts, or in bestowing them on ~others. And for 27 3, 71 | co-operate with the priest in ~bestowing the sacraments themselves: 28 3, 72 | instituted this sacrament not by ~bestowing, but by promising it, according 29 3, 72 | commonly made use of chrism in bestowing the ~sacrament, when such 30 3, 79 | has of itself the power of bestowing grace; ~nor does anyone 31 Suppl, 17| closed, is the power of ~bestowing grace, whereby hell is opened 32 Suppl, 17| into sin. Now the power of bestowing grace ~belongs to God alone, 33 Suppl, 72| on things, through His bestowing on them not only the goodness


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