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hearkens 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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hears

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | Perhaps not everyone who hears this word "God" understands ~ 2 1, 42 | than of him who obeys and hears. But the Father commands 3 1, 42 | Jn. 5:20). Also, the Son hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" ( 4 1, 42 | than of him who obeys and hears. But the Father commands 5 1, 42 | Jn. 5:20). Also, the Son hears: "As I ~hear, so I judge" ( 6 2, 91 | part of the creature that hears or reads.~Aquin.: SMT FS 7 2, 114 | do not merit, since ~God hears sinners who beseech the 8 2, 4 | more certain about what he hears on the ~authority of an 9 2, 4 | man certain about what he ~hears from God, Who cannot be 10 2, 66 | believes too readily what he hears, and this pertains to rashness; 11 2, 71 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: No man hears himself backbitten, because 12 2, 81 | desire something than God hears them ~before they put up 13 2, 81 | S. Aug. iii] says, ~"God hears not the prayer of those 14 2, 81 | with a sinful ~desire, God hears him not through mercy but 15 2, 81 | On the other hand God hears the sinner's prayer if it 16 2, 172 | whether awake or asleep, hears words expressive of an intelligible 17 2, 176 | that the prayer of one who hears not the law is an ~abomination, 18 2, 187 | and turning back. Hence he hears our Lord say: 'No man putting 19 3, 21 | Himself." For if "the Lord hears ~the desire of the poor," 20 3, 64 | but the work of God ~Who hears the minister's prayer.~Aquin.: 21 3, 82 | rite. And therefore whoever hears ~their mass or receives 22 Suppl, 8 | OBJ 3: Further, he that hears another's confession is 23 Suppl, 8 | would be well for him who hears ~confessions by the bishop' 24 Suppl, 9 | sometimes, the priest who hears a ~confession can absolve 25 Suppl, 10| judgment of the priest who hears the confession. And ~since 26 Suppl, 11| For sometimes a priest hears a confession through an ~ 27 Suppl, 11| bound to keep secret what he hears in ~confession, is because 28 Suppl, 11| act of the keys, when he hears a confession in a case of 29 Suppl, 11| OBJ 2: Further, whoever hears someone's confession, is 30 Suppl, 71| Nevertheless, God sometimes hears sinners, when, to wit, they


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