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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ceasing

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | God in the way ~of never ceasing to exist; in that sense 2 1, 63 | could not attain without ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~ 3 1, 75 | the Creator the power of ceasing to sustain ~existence. But 4 1, 64 | could not attain without ceasing to exist. Now it is quite ~ 5 1, 74 | the Creator the power of ceasing to sustain ~existence. But 6 1, 78 | through them, but ~also after ceasing to act through them, much 7 1, 95 | OBJ 3: Further, the cause ceasing, the effect also ceases. 8 1, 103 | created agent, even after ceasing to act, can cause its effect 9 2, 53 | sight, nor heat through ceasing to make something hot. Therefore ~ 10 2, 53 | would be destroyed through ceasing to give heat, ~if, for this 11 2, 6 | namely, in the point of ceasing from committing ~such and 12 2, 18 | that gaze on Him without ceasing, ~tremble while contemplating: 13 2, 19 | despair consists in a man ~ceasing to hope for a share of God' 14 2, 23 | not by beginning anew, ~or ceasing to be in its subject, as 15 2, 25 | more grievously we sin by ceasing to love a man or ~by working 16 2, 81 | Thess. 5:17): "Pray without ceasing."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 17 2, 95 | Paul fled, not through ceasing to believe in God, but lest ~ 18 2, 95 | Scripture never blames a man for ceasing from sin, but ~rather for 19 2, 154 | intemperate man endures without ceasing, on account of the endurance ~ 20 2, 182 | again does the ~mere fact of ceasing to serve make a man free, 21 3, 15 | assumed human nature, not ceasing to be God; and although ~ 22 3, 54 | semblance is ~changed, when, ceasing to be mortal, it becomes 23 3, 85 | anyone is not made ~by merely ceasing to offend, but it is necessary 24 Suppl, 72| produce their effect, by ceasing to ~move the heavenly bodies: 25 Suppl, 72| agent, but by the mover ceasing to move; and ~therefore 26 Suppl, 75| become dead on ~the heart ceasing to move, so when the heavenly


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