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enjoyed 17
enjoying 29
enjoyment 131
enjoys 30
enkindle 3
enkindled 4
enkindling 2
Frequency    [«  »]
30 dictates
30 displeasing
30 dulness
30 enjoys
30 fitted
30 flight
30 foretell
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enjoys

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | its ~beatitude, whereby it enjoys God. Therefore it was created 2 1, 62 | produce what he already enjoys. Or else ~it will have to 3 1, 62 | does not merit but rather ~enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired 4 1, 63 | its ~beatitude, whereby it enjoys God. Therefore it was created 5 1, 63 | produce what he already enjoys. Or else ~it will have to 6 1, 63 | does not merit but rather ~enjoys the reward. Even as in acquired 7 2, 3 | His ~operation, whereby He enjoys no other than Himself. In 8 2, 4 | therefore, as long as it enjoys God, without the fellowship 9 2, 5 | because the ~more a man enjoys this Good the happier he 10 2, 5 | he is. Now, that one man enjoys ~God more than another, 11 2, 5 | with the way in which ~God enjoys Himself. This imperfection 12 2, 11 | x, 10). ~Therefore a man enjoys his enjoyment. But the last 13 2, 11 | and ~another to man that enjoys it. To the tree indeed that 14 2, 13 | in some fashion, uses or enjoys the ~thing which is the 15 2, 16 | De Trin. x, 11): "Whoever enjoys, uses." But man enjoys ~ 16 2, 16 | Whoever enjoys, uses." But man enjoys ~the last end. Therefore 17 2, 16 | rightly uses ~God, but one enjoys Him." But God alone is the 18 2, 16 | properly speaking, a man enjoys money, because he ~places 19 2, 88 | Therefore whoever sins enjoys a mutable good. Now "to ~ 20 2, 177 | true that contemplation enjoys rest from external ~movements. 21 2, 183 | made of a monk a bishop he enjoys the right, as the lawful ~ 22 2, 187 | of puberty every freeman enjoys freedom in things ~concerning 23 3, 15 | inasmuch as the mind sees and enjoys God; in the body, inasmuch 24 3, 25 | united thereto, and now enjoys ~God; and for God's sake, 25 Suppl, 29| authority. Now the Church, who enjoys the same authority in the ~ 26 Suppl, 49| use of a creature to God ~enjoys a creature, and this is 27 Suppl, 49| does not follow that he enjoys a ~creature; but he uses 28 Suppl, 53| for this very reason he enjoys the privilege of clergy, 29 Suppl, 79| Consequently in one who enjoys God more perfectly, ~there 30 Suppl, 93| with God, inasmuch as it enjoys God ~perfectly as seen and


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