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obediential 3
obey 258
obeyed 26
obeying 29
obeys 64
obfuturum 2
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29 murderer
29 naught
29 numerous
29 obeying
29 odor
29 opportunity
29 partakers
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obeying

   Part, Question
1 1, 57 | some share of ~reason, as obeying its ruler, as is said in 2 1, 75 | adapting the members for obeying the appetite; and the ~act 3 1, 58 | some share of ~reason, as obeying its ruler, as is said in 4 1, 74 | adapting the members for obeying the appetite; and the ~act 5 2, 93 | of the Divine Reason by obeying ~it; because the power of 6 2, 108| imitating His works, but also by obeying His ~commandments, according 7 2, 4 | proceeds from ~the will obeying God. Therefore it seems 8 2, 12 | will duly submissive in obeying His commandments; thirdly, 9 2, 29 | God, but to honor Him by obeying Him, while it ~is for Him, 10 2, 31 | no ~man is excused from obeying a precept by having committed 11 2, 31 | commanding, and the one ~obeying him, as disobeying Our Lord' 12 2, 48 | may direct themselves in ~obeying their superiors; and to 13 2, 81 | whereby we merit beatitude by obeying ~God, and in this respect 14 2, 100| rendering him service, by obeying his commands, and by repaying 15 2, 102| too has he in the point of obeying his superiors. For Gregory ~ 16 2, 102| prompt, forasmuch as by obeying he forestalls ~the express 17 2, 102| aforesaid did not sin, either by obeying God or by willing to obey 18 2, 102| salvation, and consisting in obeying when one is bound to obey: ~ 19 2, 102| from the obligation of ~obeying secular princes.~Aquin.: 20 2, 139| seduce the appetite from ~obeying reason, while fortitude 21 2, 159| to embrace patience by ~obeying under difficult and contrary 22 2, 160| to embrace ~patience by obeying under difficult and contrary 23 2, 176| so ~long a day, the Lord obeying the voice of a man."~Aquin.: 24 2, 184| perfection, acquire perfection by obeying, while those who ~have already 25 2, 184| dispense a religious from obeying his superior. ~Therefore 26 3, 8 | endeavored to lead man from obeying the Divine precept. But 27 3, 19 | exalted Him." Therefore by ~obeying He merited His exaltation 28 3, 40 | Old Law. Secondly, that by obeying the Law He ~might perfect 29 3, 83 | for his presumption in obeying Christ's command, saying: "


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