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enjoy 153
enjoyable 3
enjoyed 17
enjoying 29
enjoyment 131
enjoys 30
enkindle 3
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29 disparity
29 disposing
29 divorced
29 enjoying
29 epist
29 equivalent
29 essences
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enjoying

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | and ~to have the power of enjoying the divine person can only 2 1, 62 | belongs to the creature enjoying the ~possession of God; 3 1, 62 | which is the principle of enjoying. Hence it does ~not appear 4 1, 43 | and ~to have the power of enjoying the divine person can only 5 1, 63 | belongs to the creature enjoying the ~possession of God; 6 1, 63 | which is the principle of enjoying. Hence it does ~not appear 7 2, 4 | seeing God, and the will by enjoying Him. ~Therefore there is 8 2, 4 | there ~were but one soul enjoying God, it would be happy, 9 2, 5 | Sovereign Good, namely, ~God, by enjoying Whom, men are made happy. 10 2, 11 | powers) towards the end and enjoying the end ~attained.~Aquin.: 11 2, 11 | effect to cause; to the one enjoying it, as the final object ~ 12 2, 25 | concupiscible faculty from ~enjoying its object, as stated above ( 13 2, 25 | desire; and, having and enjoying it, is joy." Therefore love 14 2, 26 | beloved, is desire; having and enjoying it, is joy; fleeing what 15 2, 28 | not being ~satisfied with enjoying the good that he has, he 16 2, 28 | his gaining or ~quietly enjoying the object of his love. 17 2, 37 | inasmuch as it hinders it from enjoying that which it wishes to ~ 18 2, 55 | called virtue consists in enjoying what we ought to enjoy, 19 2, 71 | we should enjoy, and in enjoying what ~we should use." Now 20 2, 88 | love, cleaves either as ~enjoying it, or as using it, as Augustine 21 2, 88 | to temporal good, not as ~enjoying it, because he does not 22 2, 17 | eternal life, ~because through enjoying God they become partakers, 23 2, 25 | than our share of good in enjoying Him. Hence, ~out of charity, 24 2, 134 | in bearing things, but in enjoying the goods to which we had ~ 25 2, 172 | behooved the people, ~as enjoying liberty, to have prophets 26 2, 186 | them from time to time, enjoying ~colloquy with God to whom 27 3, 18 | wayfarer, inasmuch as ~He was enjoying God in His mind and had 28 Suppl, 69| had complete rest through enjoying the vision of God, whereas 29 Appen1, 2| have gained the goal of enjoying the Sovereign Good - it


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