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enemy 97
energies 1
energumens 7
energy 31
enervated 1
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enfeeble 1
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31 deferred
31 dispositively
31 early
31 energy
31 envious
31 epiphany
31 equity
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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energy

   Part, Question
1 1, 24 | life is a certain divine energy, by which it happens that 2 1, 24 | recalled to memory." But divine energy belongs ~seemingly, not 3 1, 24 | done, and thus ~that divine energy by which it happens that 4 1, 51 | body, nor of any corporeal energy, as will ~be shown later ( 5 1, 51 | quarter; because "the moving ~energy is always in the east," 6 1, 53 | which is by application of energy is ~the act of one in act: 7 1, 53 | act of one in act: because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: 8 1, 62 | is moved with its whole energy. So it is ~reasonable to 9 1, 63 | angel had greater natural energy than the lower angels, he 10 1, 63 | into sin ~with intenser energy, and therefore he became 11 1, 52 | body, nor of any corporeal energy, as will ~be shown later ( 12 1, 52 | quarter; because "the moving ~energy is always in the east," 13 1, 54 | which is by application of energy is ~the act of one in act: 14 1, 54 | act of one in act: because energy implies actuality.~Aquin.: 15 1, 63 | is moved with its whole energy. So it is ~reasonable to 16 1, 64 | angel had greater natural energy than the lower angels, he 17 1, 64 | into sin ~with intenser energy, and therefore he became 18 2, 77 | its act, both because all energy is weakened ~through being 19 2, 87 | other acts with greater energy, for which reason "hot ~ 20 2, 112 | greater trust and greater energy, and may bear the ~evils 21 3, 49 | derives a ~kind of spiritual energy from the Godhead, to which 22 3, 50 | possesses the life-giving energy, and ~therefore, while it 23 3, 50 | has not the life-giving ~energy formally, but effectively; 24 3, 77 | power this instrumental energy is retained in the sacramental ~ 25 Suppl, 70| wholes is that the entire ~energy of the whole is found perfectly 26 Suppl, 70| thus in the soul the soul's energy is found perfectly in ~the 27 Suppl, 84| that "a kind of Divine ~energy will come to our aid, so 28 Suppl, 84| recall their deeds, and this energy, in so far as ~it reminds 29 Suppl, 84| Civ. ~Dei xx), the Divine energy will especially conduce 30 Suppl, 85| 15] "is a kind of Divine energy enabling ~each one to remember 31 Suppl, 85| as a result of the Divine energy which the ~Gospel describes


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