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abhorreth 2
abhors 4
abiam 1
abide 32
abides 36
abideth 29
abiding 34
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33 xxiii
33 xxiv
32 aaron
32 abide
32 abundant
32 accomplishment
32 advanced
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abide

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | Ghost is said to rest or abide in the Son, it ~does not 2 1, 36 | the Son also is ~said to abide in the Father, although 3 1, 107 | others above these ever abide with ~him, in a close union. 4 2, 19 | he would not be bound to abide by reason: but then ~reason 5 2, 68 | disciples (Jn. 14:17): "He shall abide with you, and shall be in 6 2, 68 | gifts. Therefore His gifts ~abide in man. Therefore they are 7 2, 74 | corrupt, so long as we abide in this mortal life; wherefore 8 2, 87 | without end, that they might abide in their sins for ~ever."~ 9 2, 105 | hired by thee shall not abide with thee until morning."~ 10 2, 105 | doth the charity of God abide in him?" Hence the purpose 11 2, 105 | the cities" of refuge and "abide there ~until the death of 12 2, 10 | partner is unwilling to abide with the other, without ~ 13 2, 10 | Church. Hence we ought to ~abide by the authority of the 14 2, 30 | doth the charity of God abide in him?"~Aquin.: SMT SS 15 2, 60 | hired by thee shall not abide with thee until the morning." ~ 16 2, 67 | of mind for a man ~not to abide by what he has once approved 17 2, 69 | doth the ~charity of God abide in him?" Lastly he says, " 18 2, 112 | Ethic. viii), no one could abide a day with the sad ~nor 19 2, 135 | albeit repaired by grace, to abide ~unchangeably in good, though 20 2, 136 | self-opinionated," because they abide by their opinions more ~ 21 2, 152 | determinate woman and ~should abide with her a long time or 22 2, 183 | thing by far better. But to ~abide still in the flesh is needful 23 2, 183 | confidence, ~I know that I shall abide"; nor for the sake of avoiding 24 3, 46 | who lose their lives and abide in death. Therefore ~it 25 3, 49 | that the ~slayer* "shall abide there" - that is to say, 26 3, 52 | fitting that His soul should abide in hell as long as ~His 27 3, 55 | instruction ~that He should not abide continually with them, for 28 3, 77 | body and blood of Christ abide in this ~sacrament so long 29 3, 89 | Divine acceptance. Now, they abide thus, so far as they ~are 30 3, 89 | removed by God, since they abide in His acceptance, but they 31 Suppl, 69| land and sea in order to ~abide with me": and from this 32 Suppl, 72| that are against nature abide not for long, ~because they


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