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withered 5
withering 1
withers 1
withheld 31
withhold 16
withholding 6
withholds 4
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31 universality
31 well-being
31 withdrawing
31 withheld
30 accustomed
30 actively
30 aggravates
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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withheld

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | anything if it ~should be withheld from it rather than given 2 1, 13 | the like are more truly withheld from God than given ~to 3 1, 64 | is brought unto good and withheld from evil; and ~this is 4 1, 65 | is brought unto good and withheld from evil; and ~this is 5 2, 6 | or that he ~may not be withheld from sin; according to Job 6 2, 79 | the cause of grace being withheld is not only the man who 7 2, 106 | and so "from whom it is withheld it ~is justly withheld, 8 2, 106 | is withheld it ~is justly withheld, and to whom it is given, 9 2, 2 | given; and from whom it is ~withheld it is justly withheld, as 10 2, 2 | is ~withheld it is justly withheld, as a punishment of a previous, 11 2, 97 | whereby sacred things are withheld from him. The second point 12 2, 97 | sinning by sacred things being withheld from ~him, since he has 13 2, 105 | or of the kind of thing withheld, this being needful ~to 14 2, 105 | Whether favors should be withheld from the ungrateful?~Aquin.: 15 2, 105 | seems that favors should withheld from the ungrateful. For 16 2, 105 | away unless favors were ~withheld from him. Therefore favors 17 2, 105 | Therefore favors should be withheld from the ~ungrateful.~Aquin.: 18 2, 139 | namely, fear, ~whereby man is withheld from the pleasures of the 19 2, 152 | life ~from which she was withheld lest she should lose the 20 2, 179 | deficiency, since we are withheld from the heights of contemplation 21 2, 184 | from his wife, while "He withheld from marriage John who ~ 22 2, 187 | 6) Whether one should be withheld from entering religion through ~ 23 3, 1 | grace; nor would God have withheld from human nature ~any good 24 3, 11 | Christ." Now these things are withheld from ~Christ only inasmuch 25 3, 29 | malice of the devil to be ~withheld, lest he should persecute 26 3, 78 | occasions of error ought to be withheld from men, ~according to 27 3, 80 | sacrament, or ~let them be withheld from the sacrament altogether." 28 3, 88 | murder or adultery, is not ~withheld from it on account of its 29 Suppl, 41| intercourse wherein the mind is withheld by the intensity of ~pleasure. 30 Suppl, 83| exist in man's body were withheld by the grace ~of innocence 31 Suppl, 83| much more will ~they be withheld in the glorified bodies,


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