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1 1, 1 | is assigned, as when Our Lord gave the reason why Moses ~ 2 1, 3 | 4); and "The eyes of the Lord are upon the just" (Ps. 3 1, 3 | The ~right hand of the Lord hath wrought strength" ( 4 1, 3 | the Scriptures: "I saw the Lord ~sitting" (Is. 6:1), and " 5 1, 3 | to God in Scripture: "The Lord was exceeding ~angry with 6 1, 4 | the gods like unto Thee, O Lord." But of all ~creatures 7 1, 6 | written (Lam. 3:25): "The Lord is good to them ~that hope 8 1, 8 | Psalm ~(Ps. 112:4), "The Lord is high above all nations," 9 1, 8 | according to Is. 26:12, "Lord . . . Thou hast wrought 10 1, 9 | It is written, "I am the Lord, and I change not" ~(Malachi 11 1, 10 | it is written that "the Lord ~shall reign for eternity, 12 1, 10 | the words of Exodus, "The Lord ~shall reign for eternity, 13 1, 10 | Thus it is said that the Lord will reign beyond ~eternity, 14 1, 10 | of ages are ~with Thee, O Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 15 1, 11 | written "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is one ~Lord" (Dt. 16 1, 11 | the Lord our God is one ~Lord" (Dt. 6:4).~Aquin.: SMT 17 1, 12 | it is written: "I saw the Lord sitting upon a throne," ~ 18 1, 12 | great, and powerful, the ~Lord of hosts is Thy Name. Great 19 1, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Lord said to Moses: "I speak 20 1, 12 | figures doth he see the Lord" (Num. ~12:8); but this 21 1, 13 | written (Ex. 15:3): "The Lord is a man of war, ~Almighty 22 1, 13 | great and powerful, the Lord of hosts is ~Thy name" ( 23 1, 13 | knees to the Father, of our ~Lord Jesus Christ, of Whom all 24 1, 13 | Fide i) that ~this name "Lord" is the name of power, which 25 1, 13 | relation to creatures, as "Lord" and "Creator," are applied 26 1, 13 | case God would ~be called "Lord" from the opposite relation 27 1, 13 | relation; for instance ~lord from lordship, as white 28 1, 13 | that God is ~not really Lord, which is plainly false.~ 29 1, 13 | creature; and thus these names "Lord" ~and "Creator" are predicated 30 1, 13 | this relative ~appellation "Lord" is applied to God temporally.~ 31 1, 13 | itself to the creature, as "Lord," ~and these do not signify 32 1, 13 | for instance when we say, "Lord, Thou art ~become [Douay: ' 33 1, 13 | it follows that God is Lord not in idea only, but ~in 34 1, 13 | reality; for He is called Lord according to the manner 35 1, 13 | because the signification of Lord includes the idea of a servant 36 1, 13 | these two relative terms, "Lord" and "servant," are simultaneous ~ 37 1, 13 | nature. Hence, God was not "Lord" until He had a creature 38 1, 13 | shall I say to them?" The Lord answered ~him, "Thus shalt 39 1, 14 | before God [Vulg: 'the Lord']."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] 40 1, 14 | contrary, It is written: "The Lord knoweth the thoughts of 41 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Lord", "Creator" and the like, 42 1, 14 | themselves. We may also say that "Lord", "Creator" ~and the like, 43 1, 16 | 1 ~On the contrary, Our Lord says, "I am the Way, the 44 1, 19 | God is changeable. For the Lord says ~(Gn. 6:7): "It repenteth 45 1, 19 | said in the person of the Lord: "I will speak ~against 46 1, 19 | OBJ 1: These words of the Lord are to be understood ~metaphorically, 47 1, 19 | Great are the works of the Lord, sought out according to 48 1, 20 | Christ more. ~Hence the Lord, knowing this to be true, 49 1, 20 | these matters; since "the Lord" ~and no other "is the weigher 50 1, 21 | is said (Ps. 10:8): "The Lord is just, and hath ~loved 51 1, 21 | a merciful and gracious ~Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 52 1, 21 | 10): "All the ways of the Lord are ~mercy and truth."~Aquin.: 53 1, 22 | wise ~servant, whom his lord hath appointed over his 54 1, 23 | Lam. 5:21): "convert us, O Lord, to ~Thee, and we shall 55 1, 23 | written (Dt. 1:11): "The Lord God adds to this number 56 1, 23 | helped the Spirit of the Lord? ~[*Vulg.: 'Who hath known 57 1, 23 | hath known the mind of the Lord?'] Or who hath been His ~ 58 1, 23 | that "Isaac besought the Lord for his wife ~because she 59 1, 23 | helped the Spirit of the Lord?" In another way one ~is 60 1, 24 | firm, having this seal; the Lord knoweth who are His."~Aquin.: 61 1, 25 | said: "Thou art mighty, O Lord, and Thy truth is ~round 62 1, 26 | Almighty, the King of Kings and Lord of ~Lords." (1 Tim. 6:15).~ 63 1, 27 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord says, "From God I proceeded" ( 64 1, 27 | to life. The words of the Lord contradict such a meaning, ~ 65 1, 31 | predicate is common. For our Lord speaking ~to the Father, 66 1, 32 | them. ~For the relation of lord and father must differ according 67 1, 33 | knee to the Father of my Lord Jesus Christ, ~from whom 68 1, 34 | said of God in ~time; as "Lord" and "Creator." But Word 69 1, 36 | 61:1: "The Spirit of ~the Lord is upon me;" and sometimes 70 1, 36 | appears in the words, "The Lord said to Moses, I ~will take 71 1, 36 | believe in the Holy Ghost, the Lord and Life-giver, who ~proceeds 72 1, 36 | and in ~His only Son our Lord Jesus Christ, and in the 73 1, 36 | each other. For when the Lord says, "No one knoweth ~the 74 1, 39 | 4): "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy God ~is one God."~Aquin.: 75 1, 41 | 12:1): "Thus saith the Lord Who stretcheth ~forth the 76 1, 43 | as God Himself is called Lord ~temporally by change of 77 1, 43 | Mt. 3:16) that, when our Lord was baptized, ~the Holy 78 1, 43 | begun to be declared by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by ~ 79 1, 43 | to Is. ~48:16, "Now the Lord God hath sent Me and His 80 1, 44 | things hast Thou ~made, O Lord; one nigh unto Thyself" - 81 1, 44 | said (Prov. 16:4): "The Lord has made all things ~for 82 1, 45 | is attributed that He is "Lord and Life-giver." ~Therefore 83 1, 46 | and (Prov. ~8:22), "The Lord possessed Me in the beginning 84 1, 47 | By the knowledge of the Lord they were distinguished."~ 85 1, 49 | Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls an ~evil will the 86 1, 49 | Is. 45:5,7): "I am the Lord, and there is no other God, ~ 87 1, 49 | evil in a city, which the Lord hath ~not done?"~Aquin.: 88 1, 49 | according to 1 Kgs. 2:6: ~"The Lord killeth and maketh alive." 89 1, 50 | 148:2: "Praise ye" the Lord, "all His angels"; and, ~ 90 1, 51 | said (1 Kgs. 2:6): "The Lord killeth, and ~maketh alive." 91 1, 51 | animal function. Hence the Lord after ~His Resurrection 92 1, 57 | who can ~know it? I am the Lord, Who search the heart." 93 1, 57 | said (Amos 3:7): "For the Lord God doth nothing without ~ 94 1, 58 | darkness; but now, light in the Lord": yet this very life of 95 1, 61 | of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me in the beginning 96 1, 61 | Behold heaven is the ~Lord's thy God, and the heaven 97 1, 62 | Lam 5:21: "Convert ~us, O Lord, to Thee, and we shall be 98 1, 63 | as is evident from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart 99 1, 64 | never have crucified the Lord of glory," as is said 1 100 1, 64 | procured the crucifixion of the Lord of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 101 1, 64 | 31), "They besought the ~Lord not to cast them into the 102 1, 65 | said (Prov. 16:4): "The Lord hath made all things ~for 103 1, 68 | praise the name of the Lord," and (Dn. 3:60): "Ye waters 104 1, 68 | above the heavens, bless the Lord."To this Basil answers ( 105 1, 69 | where in the person ~of the Lord it is said, "I set My bounds 106 1, 69 | then fear Me, saith the Lord, who have ~set the sand 107 1, 70 | and serve them, which the ~Lord thy God created for the 108 1, 73 | said (Jer. 31:22): "The Lord hath created a new ~thing 109 1, 74 | created, in the day that the Lord . . . made the heaven and 110 1, 74 | after the words, "Praise the Lord from the earth," is added, ~" 111 1, 74 | understands by the "Spirit of the ~Lord," the air or the wind, as 112 1, 74 | writers, the ~Spirit of the Lord signifies the Holy Ghost, 113 1, 39 | 4): "Hear, O Israel, the Lord thy God ~is one God."~Aquin.: 114 1, 41 | 12:1): "Thus saith the Lord Who stretcheth ~forth the 115 1, 43 | as God Himself is called Lord ~temporally by change of 116 1, 43 | Mt. 3:16) that, when our Lord was baptized, ~the Holy 117 1, 43 | begun to be declared by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by ~ 118 1, 43 | to Is. ~48:16, "Now the Lord God hath sent Me and His 119 1, 45 | things hast Thou ~made, O Lord; one nigh unto Thyself" - 120 1, 45 | said (Prov. 16:4): "The Lord has made all things ~for 121 1, 46 | is attributed that He is "Lord and Life-giver." ~Therefore 122 1, 47 | and (Prov. ~8:22), "The Lord possessed Me in the beginning 123 1, 48 | By the knowledge of the ~Lord they were distinguished."~ 124 1, 50 | Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls an ~evil will the 125 1, 50 | Is. 45:5,7): "I am the Lord, and there is no other God, ~ 126 1, 50 | evil in a city, which the Lord hath ~not done?"~Aquin.: 127 1, 50 | according to 1 Kgs. 2:6: ~"The Lord killeth and maketh alive." 128 1, 51 | 148:2: "Praise ye" the Lord, "all His angels"; and, ~ 129 1, 52 | said (1 Kgs. 2:6): "The Lord killeth, and ~maketh alive." 130 1, 52 | animal function. Hence the Lord after His Resurrection ate 131 1, 58 | who can ~know it? I am the Lord, Who search the heart." 132 1, 58 | said (Amos 3:7): "For the Lord God doth nothing without ~ 133 1, 59 | darkness; but now, light in the Lord": yet this very life of 134 1, 62 | of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed me in the beginning 135 1, 62 | Behold heaven is the ~Lord's thy God, and the heaven 136 1, 63 | Lam 5:21: "Convert ~us, O Lord, to Thee, and we shall be 137 1, 64 | as is evident from our Lord's words: "Go ~[Vulg. 'Depart 138 1, 65 | never have crucified the Lord of glory," as is said 1 139 1, 65 | procured the crucifixion of the Lord of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP 140 1, 65 | 31), "They besought the ~Lord not to cast them into the 141 1, 66 | said (Prov. 16:4): "The Lord hath made all things ~for 142 1, 69 | praise the name of the Lord," and (Dn. 3:60): "Ye waters 143 1, 69 | the heavens, bless the Lord."To this Basil answers ( 144 1, 70 | where in the person ~of the Lord it is said, "I set My bounds 145 1, 70 | then fear Me, saith the Lord, who have ~set the sand 146 1, 71 | and serve them, which the ~Lord thy God created for the 147 1, 72 | said (Jer. 31:22): "The Lord hath created a new ~thing 148 1, 73 | created, in the day that the Lord . . . made the heaven and 149 1, 73 | after the words, "Praise the Lord from the earth," is added, ~" 150 1, 73 | understands by the "Spirit of the Lord," the air or the wind, as 151 1, 73 | writers, the ~Spirit of the Lord signifies the Holy Ghost, 152 1, 78 | light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is signed upon us."~Aquin.: 153 1, 82 | king is in the hand of the Lord; whithersoever He will He 154 1, 83 | light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is ~signed upon us," as 155 1, 88 | again by the fact that the Lord promised to king Josias 156 1, 90 | of the Holy Ghost; as the Lord breathed on His ~Apostles, 157 1, 91 | in the same way as our Lord ~multiplied the five loaves. 158 1, 92 | light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is ~signed upon us" (Ps. 159 1, 94 | widow gave more, as Our Lord ~said; because she gave 160 1, 101 | Whence our text reads: ~"The Lord God had planted a paradise 161 1, 101 | written (Gn. 2: 15): "The Lord God took man and ~placed 162 1, 102 | written (Prov. 16:4): "The Lord hath made all ~things for 163 1, 102 | belief in one God and one Lord, ~according to the words 164 1, 102 | the Father . . . and one Lord": and both of these pertain 165 1, 102 | government. For to the Lord belongs dominion over subjects; 166 1, 102 | written (Esther 13:9): "O Lord, Lord, almighty ~King, all 167 1, 102 | Esther 13:9): "O Lord, Lord, almighty ~King, all things 168 1, 102 | devices are against the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] 169 1, 103 | 10:24): "Correct me, O Lord, but ~yet with judgment; 170 1, 103 | 134:6: "Whatsoever the Lord ~pleased, He hath done." 171 1, 104 | is written (Is. 26:12): "Lord, Thou hast wrought all ~ 172 1, 104 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Lord says, speaking of miraculous 173 1, 105 | brother, saying: 'Know the Lord': for all ~shall know Me, 174 1, 105 | who knew, answered: "The Lord of ~Hosts, He is the King 175 1, 106 | 1:12): "The angel of the Lord ~answered and said: O Lord 176 1, 106 | Lord ~answered and said: O Lord of hosts, how long wilt 177 1, 107 | belongs to God alone to be Lord, according to the ~words, " 178 1, 107 | words, "Know ye that the Lord He is God" (Ps. 99:3). Therefore 179 1, 107 | heavenly princes the name of Lord by participation, ~through 180 1, 107 | different ways. The place of a lord is only to prescribe ~what 181 1, 107 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Lord says of the saints that, " 182 1, 110 | king is in the hand of the Lord, ~whithersoever He will 183 1, 111 | seven who stand before the Lord" ~(Tob. 12:15). Therefore 184 1, 111 | came to ~stand before the Lord, Satan also was present 185 1, 112 | With ~much knowledge the Lord hath divided them, and diversified 186 1, 113 | written (Dt. 13:3): "The ~Lord your God trieth you, that 187 1, 113 | sinner can be said what the Lord said of the ~Jews (Jn. 8: 188 1, 113 | written (Mk. 16:20): "The Lord working withal, ~and confirming 189 1, 116 | cannot teach another. For the Lord ~says (Mt. 22:8): "Be not 190 1, 116 | This is clear from Our Lord's words (Mt. 11:11): ~"There 191 1, 118 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord does not say that the "whole" 192 2, 2 | which is the ~sense of Our Lord's words (Jn. 4:13): "Whosoever 193 2, 2 | people whose God is the Lord' (Ps. 143:15)."~Aquin.: 194 2, 3 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Jn. 17:3): "This is 195 2, 4 | the dead who die in the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[ 196 2, 4 | we are absent from the Lord"; and he ~points out the 197 2, 4 | are not ~present to the Lord. But the souls of the saints, 198 2, 4 | to ~be present with the Lord." Whence it is evident that 199 2, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Our Lord said (Mt. 5:12): "Your reward 200 2, 5 | Thou shalt instruct, O Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[ 201 2, 5 | walk in ~the law of the Lord." But this happens in this 202 2, 5 | written (Ps. 83:12): "The Lord will give grace ~and glory."~ 203 2, 6 | king is in the ~hand of the Lord; whithersoever He will He 204 2, 11 | may I enjoy thee in the Lord." ~But it is evident that 205 2, 11 | without adding 'in the Lord,' he would seem to ~have 206 2, 11 | that he set his ~end in the Lord, he implied his desire to 207 2, 12 | Monte ii, 13) that Our ~Lord spoke of intention as a 208 2, 14 | have no commandment of the Lord: but I give ~counsel." Therefore 209 2, 15 | Think of [Sentite] the Lord in goodness." And on these 210 2, 18 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Jn. 3:20): "Every 211 2, 19 | light of Thy countenance, O Lord, is signed upon us": as 212 2, 28 | have been zealous for the ~Lord of hosts." Again on the 213 2, 30 | ever, but ~fail. Hence Our Lord said to the woman of Samaria ( 214 2, 31 | 36:4): "Delight in the Lord." But ~the sensitive appetite 215 2, 32 | 3): "What means this, O ~Lord my God, whereas Thou art 216 2, 33 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Jn. 4:13): "Whosoever 217 2, 34 | 36:4): "Delight in the Lord." Since, ~therefore, Divine 218 2, 37 | Vulg: 'the fear ~of the Lord']. Consequently if the pain 219 2, 42 | to Ps. 33:10: "Fear the Lord, all ye saints." ~Therefore 220 2, 42 | confidence in you in the Lord, that you ~will not be of 221 2, 46 | degrees mentioned by ~Our Lord (Mt. 5:22): "Whosoever is 222 2, 47 | according to Ps. 105:40: "The ~Lord was exceedingly angry with 223 2, 48 | of anger laid down by Our Lord ~(Mt. 5:22): where He says: " 224 2, 52 | the ~disciples said to our Lord (Lk. 17:5): "Lord, increase 225 2, 52 | to our Lord (Lk. 17:5): "Lord, increase our faith." ~Therefore 226 2, 62 | seqq.): "Ye that fear the Lord ~believe Him," and again, " 227 2, 64 | Ecclus. 43:33): "Blessing the Lord, exalt Him as much as you 228 2, 67 | we are absent from the Lord: for we walk by faith and 229 2, 67 | are not absent from the Lord, but ~present to Him. Therefore 230 2, 68 | distinction. Because Our Lord Himself wished ~us to be 231 2, 68 | according to Is. 50:5: "The Lord . . . hath opened my ear, ~ 232 2, 68 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord in speaking of the Holy 233 2, 68 | 27: "By the fear of the Lord ~every one declineth from 234 2, 68 | Israel, ~what doth the Lord thy God require of thee, 235 2, 68 | but that thou fear the Lord ~thy God?" and (Malachi 236 2, 68 | gifts, for "the fear of the Lord is ~the beginning of wisdom" ( 237 2, 69 | decreed, and it is so, ~Lord - that the disordered mind 238 2, 69 | that food of ~which Our Lord said (Jn. 4:34): "My meat 239 2, 69 | Body Para. 2/4~And so Our Lord, in the first place, indicated 240 2, 69 | Blessed is the man whom the Lord correcteth," ~we must refer 241 2, 69 | OBJ 6: Luke relates Our Lord's sermon as addressed to 242 2, 69 | these four beatitudes Our Lord ~excludes four things which 243 2, 69 | stands the authority of Our Lord Who propounded these ~rewards.~ 244 2, 69 | things in God. Hence Our ~Lord promised the kingdom of 245 2, 69 | for themselves. Hence Our Lord promised the meek a ~secure 246 2, 69 | of the ~world. Hence Our Lord promises comfort to those 247 2, 69 | their own ~good. Hence Our Lord assigns to these beatitudes 248 2, 69 | temporal ~goods. Wherefore Our Lord promised those who hunger 249 2, 69 | people's misery. Hence Our Lord promised the ~merciful that 250 2, 70 | stated (A[1]~). But Our Lord mentions (Mt. 13:23) a threefold 251 2, 73 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said to Pilate (Jn. 19:11): " 252 2, 73 | strength." Now, as ~Our Lord says (Mt. 5:20, seqq.) abundant 253 2, 73 | who ~knew the will of his lord . . . and did it not . . . 254 2, 73 | above him that feareth the Lord." Now the ~more a man cleaves 255 2, 73 | Paral. 30: 18,19): "The Lord Who is good will show mercy 256 2, 73 | their whole heart seek the Lord the God of their ~fathers; 257 2, 73 | easily resist sin; hence Our Lord said (Lk. 12:47) that ~the " 258 2, 73 | who knew the will of his lord . . . and did it not . . . ~ 259 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the Lord's prayer is recited every 260 2, 74 | driven away by means of the ~Lord's Prayer: for he says (De 261 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The Lord's Prayer is to be said in 262 2, 75 | transgress against the Lord by the sin of Phogor?" Therefore 263 2, 77 | knew that the will of his lord . . . ~and did not . . . 264 2, 79 | city which God [Vulg.: 'the Lord'] hath not ~done?" Therefore 265 2, 81 | living at ~the coming of our Lord, will never die, as, seemingly, 266 2, 81 | unto the coming of the Lord, ~shall not prevent them 267 2, 81 | alive at the coming of our Lord, will die, and rise ~again 268 2, 81 | Holiness becometh Thy House, O ~Lord."~ 269 2, 85 | 3, "Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am weak." Now ~weakness 270 2, 87 | 10:24): "Correct me, O Lord, but yet ~with judgment: 271 2, 87 | of ~God, as shown by our Lord's words (Jn. 3:3): " Unless 272 2, 87 | have sinned against the Lord. And Nathan said to David: 273 2, 87 | Nathan said to David: The ~Lord also hath taken away thy 274 2, 87 | occasion to the enemies of the Lord to blaspheme . . . the child 275 2, 87 | father's ~property. Hence the Lord assigns the reason for this 276 2, 89 | since she doubted what the Lord had said, as appears from 277 2, 89 | affirmative precept, which the Lord expressed ~by saying (Zach. 278 2, 91 | light of Thy countenance, O ~Lord, is signed upon us": thus 279 2, 91 | of Thy justifications, O Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 280 2, 91 | is said: ~"The law of the Lord is unspotted," i.e. allowing 281 2, 91 | acts; "the testimony of the Lord is faithful," because of 282 2, 92 | says: "I ~speak, not the Lord." Consequently it is not 283 2, 93 | since all power is from the Lord God, according to Rm. 13: 284 2, 93 | Where ~the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty."~Aquin.: 285 2, 94 | according to 1 Kgs. 2:6: "The Lord killeth and maketh ~alive." 286 2, 96 | thyself.'" Moreover the Lord reproaches those who "say 287 2, 97 | dispensations. Hence Our Lord says ~(Lk. 12:42): "Who, 288 2, 97 | Douay: steward], whom his lord setteth over his family?"~ 289 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Lord refers there to the ceremonial 290 2, 98 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Mt. 15:6) while speaking 291 2, 98 | Who is the Father ~of Our Lord Jesus Christ. For the Old 292 2, 98 | 102:20,21: ~"Bless the Lord, all ye His Angels . . . 293 2, 98 | to have been given by the Lord: for it is written (Ex. ~ 294 2, 98 | written (Ex. ~20:1): "And the Lord spoke . . . these words," 295 2, 98 | and further on: "I am the ~Lord Thy God." Moreover the same 296 2, 98 | written (Ex. 33:11): ~"The Lord spoke to Moses face to face, 297 2, 98 | angel, sometimes as the Lord: an angel, in ~truth, in 298 2, 98 | external delivery; ~and the Lord, because He was the Director 299 2, 98 | spoke as ~personating the Lord.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 300 2, 98 | stated in ~Exodus that "the Lord spoke to Moses face to face"; 301 2, 98 | Know therefore that the Lord thy God giveth ~thee not 302 2, 98 | preceding verse: "That the Lord might accomplish His word, 303 2, 98 | beasts Thou wilt preserve, O Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 304 2, 98 | to keep the Phase of the ~Lord, all his males shall first 305 2, 98 | without spot before the Lord thy God": and for this ~ 306 2, 98 | profess this day before the Lord thy God," etc.~Aquin.: SMT 307 2, 99 | neighbor, and of which Our Lord ~said (Mt. 22:40): "On these 308 2, 99 | written (Dt. 11:1): "Love the Lord thy God, and ~observe His 309 2, 99 | Keep the precepts of the Lord ~thy God, and the testimonies 310 2, 99 | and judgments which the Lord your God commanded . . . 311 2, 99 | 4: "Hear, O Israel, the Lord our God is ~one Lord"; and 312 2, 99 | the Lord our God is ~one Lord"; and Gn. 1:1: "In the beginning 313 2, 99 | wilt hear the voice of the Lord thy God . . . He will make 314 2, 99 | Israel, what doth the ~Lord thy God require of thee, 315 2, 99 | but that thou fear the Lord thy God, and ~walk in His 316 2, 100 | not take the name of the Lord ~thy God in vain."~Aquin.: 317 2, 100 | are, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God," ~and "Thou shalt 318 2, 100 | kill." But this, "I am the Lord thy God," is affirmative: 319 2, 100 | first being, "I am the ~Lord thy God"; the second, "Thou 320 2, 100 | not take the name of the Lord thy God ~in vain." He states 321 2, 100 | two statements, ~"I am the Lord thy God," and, "Thou shalt 322 2, 100 | not ~take the name of the Lord thy God in vain"; and as 323 2, 100 | not take the ~name of the Lord thy God in vain." Therefore 324 2, 100 | not take ~the name of the Lord thy God in vain." Service 325 2, 100 | not take the name of ~the Lord thy God in vain": the third, 326 2, 100 | the ten words, which the Lord spoke to you." Hence the 327 2, 100 | 20:11: "In six days the Lord made heaven and ~earth," 328 2, 100 | delightful, and the holy of the Lord glorious." ~Because these 329 2, 100 | not take ~the name of the Lord thy God in vain," are a 330 2, 100 | command of God, Who is Lord of life and death: for He 331 2, 100 | for human welfare; as Our Lord proves (Mt. 12:3, ~seqq.).~ 332 2, 100 | Ps. 99:2): "Serve ye the Lord with gladness"; ~and (2 333 2, 100 | viz. "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God," and "Thou shalt 334 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord did not say, "If thou wilt 335 2, 100 | precept, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart." 336 2, 100 | decalogue. Because, as Our Lord declared ~(Mt. 22:40), " 337 2, 100 | 18:8): "The law of the Lord is ~unspotted, converting 338 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Our Lord said (Jn. 4:24): "God is 339 2, 101 | all things . . . and ~one Lord Jesus Christ, by Whom are 340 2, 101 | any time ~thou forget the Lord thy God, and neglect His 341 2, 102 | The commandment of the Lord ~is lightsome, enlightening 342 2, 102 | most sweet savor ~to the Lord." Now according to Wis. 343 2, 102 | death, save only to the Lord." ~Wherefore another reasonable 344 2, 102 | of the Egyptians to the Lord our ~God." For they worshipped 345 2, 102 | things therein; He being ~Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth 346 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 20:4) that 347 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 20:24): " 348 2, 102 | 33:2): "I will bless the Lord at all ~times, His praise 349 2, 102 | written (Gn. 22:2) that the Lord commanded Abraham to "offer" 350 2, 102 | name of that ~place, The Lord seeth," as though, according 351 2, 102 | come to the place which the Lord your God shall ~choose . . . 352 2, 102 | towards the temple of the Lord, and their ~faces to the 353 2, 102 | ascendeth unto the ~west; the Lord is His name."~Aquin.: SMT 354 2, 102 | vision. For he "saw the Lord sitting upon a ~throne high 355 2, 102 | filled with the glory of the Lord; wherefrom the seraphim 356 2, 102 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 7: The Lord commanded an altar to be 357 2, 102 | construction of ~the altar the Lord issued a twofold precept. 358 2, 102 | 20:24, seqq.) when the Lord commanded them to make " 359 2, 102 | For this reason, too, the Lord commanded (Dt. 16:21): ~" 360 2, 102 | tree near the altar of the Lord thy ~God": since idolaters 361 2, 102 | idolatry. Wherefore ~the Lord commanded the altar of holocausts 362 2, 102 | do in like ~manner to the Lord thy God: for they have done 363 2, 102 | abominations which the Lord abhorreth." Now worshippers 364 2, 102 | blood." For this reason the Lord ~commanded (Dt. 14:1): " 365 2, 102 | seems unreasonable that the ~Lord ordered (Ex. 30:18, seqq.) 366 2, 102 | things that ~appear, but the Lord beholdeth the heart." But 367 2, 102 | written (Lev. 20:8): "I am the Lord that sanctify ~you." But 368 2, 102 | that part of the body. ~The Lord's prohibition extended only 369 2, 102 | the circumcision of" Our Lord Jesus "Christ."~Aquin.: 370 2, 102 | the circumcision of" Our Lord ~Jesus "Christ: buried with 371 2, 102 | because it was thus that the ~Lord was wont to designate the 372 2, 102 | while we offer up to Our Lord acts ~of virtue.~Aquin.: 373 2, 102 | besides being offered to the Lord by the ~children of Israel 374 2, 102 | offering these things to ~the Lord: while the Levites were 375 2, 102 | heart, so ~to speak. And the Lord commanded the "Doctrine 376 2, 102 | on it was inscribed the Lord's name. Eighthly, there 377 2, 102 | 1/1 ~OBJ 4: Further, Our Lord said (Mt. 10:28; cf. Lk. 378 2, 102 | commanded to be offered to the Lord (Ex. 13). ~Therefore it 379 2, 102 | the commandments of the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 380 2, 102 | otherwise ~instructed by the Lord thy God": from which words 381 2, 102 | most acceptable. Hence the Lord commanded the blood to be ~ 382 2, 102 | painful to the victim; and the Lord ~wished to withdraw them 383 2, 102 | what he is." Hence the Lord wished His people to ~be 384 2, 102 | Jerome says on Mt. 23:6, "the Lord commanded them to ~make 385 2, 102 | whereas the intention ~of the Lord in giving this commandment 386 2, 102 | cruel." Consequently the Lord, in order to inculcate pity ~ 387 2, 102 | of the camp, wherein the Lord was said ~to dwell; as is 388 2, 102 | added, to wit: "For ~the Lord thy God walketh in the midst 389 2, 102 | idolatrous worship, the Lord commanded that the priests 390 2, 103 | the earth, gifts to the Lord," and that "Abel offered 391 2, 103 | offered ~holocausts" to the Lord (Gn. 18:20), and Abraham 392 2, 103 | built . . . an altar to the ~Lord"; and (Gn. 28:18) that " 393 2, 103 | ceremonies . . . which the Lord your God commanded that 394 2, 103 | included in the Law. Hence Our Lord said (Jn. 7:20) that circumcision 395 2, 103 | according to Ps. 10:8: "The Lord is just and hath loved justice." 396 2, 103 | could I . . . please the Lord in the ceremonies, having 397 2, 103 | Ps. 18:8: "The Law of the Lord is ~unspotted, converting 398 2, 103 | temple therein: for the Lord God ~Almighty is the temple 399 2, 103 | Christ's Passion: hence Our Lord said then: "It is ~consummated" ( 400 2, 103 | And for this reason Our Lord, before His Passion, ~commanded 401 2, 103 | place is taken by the "Lord's Day," which recalls the 402 2, 103 | was divulged, ~wherein Our Lord taught that "not that which 403 2, 105 | most corrupt. But when the Lord appointed the king, He ~ 404 2, 105 | written (Dt. 7:6): "The Lord thy God hath chosen thee 405 2, 105 | people": and this is why the Lord reserved to Himself the ~ 406 2, 105 | Num. 27:16): ~"May the Lord the God of the spirits of 407 2, 105 | that "the spirit of the Lord was" in them (Jgs 3:9,10, 408 2, 105 | Jgs 3:9,10,15). Hence the Lord ~did not leave the choice 409 2, 105 | Thou shalt set him whom the Lord thy ~God shall choose."~ 410 2, 105 | from the very first the Lord did ~not set up the kingly 411 2, 105 | they should wait ~for the Lord's decision; and that they 412 2, 105 | much the ~more, since the Lord forbade even a king to have 413 2, 105 | year of remission of the Lord"; ~and (Ex. 22:15) it is 414 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 12: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 21:12) a 415 2, 105 | to the place, which the Lord thy God shall choose; and ~ 416 2, 105 | cursed in the sight of the Lord, who have case me out this 417 2, 105 | in the inheritance of the Lord, saying: Go, serve ~strange 418 2, 105 | into the ~church of the Lord for ever": whereas, on the 419 2, 105 | into the ~church of the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 420 2, 105 | himself." Therefore the Lord unsuitably ~commanded (Dt. 421 2, 105 | 17:16): "The war of ~the Lord shall be against Amalec 422 2, 105 | to keep the Phase of the Lord; all his males shall first 423 2, 105 | stranger that adhereth to the Lord ~speak, saying: The Lord 424 2, 105 | Lord ~speak, saying: The Lord will divide and separate 425 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the Lord forbade them (Dt. 7:3, seqq.) 426 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, the Lord forbade them to marry within 427 2, 105 | it was unfitting for the ~Lord to allow (Dt. 24:1-4) a 428 2, 105 | The judgments of the Lord ~are true, justified in 429 2, 105 | excessive labor, ~wherefore the Lord commanded (Dt. 5:14) that 430 2, 105 | victim of the passage of the ~Lord." Moreover, they are commanded 431 2, 105 | had been delivered by the Lord ~from slavery, and for this 432 2, 105 | Hence in this ~case the Lord commanded the stubborn son 433 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: The Lord forbade them to marry strange 434 2, 105 | hardness of ~heart, as Our Lord declared (Mt. 19:8). Of 435 2, 106 | days shall come, ~saith the Lord; and I will perfect unto 436 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Our Lord (Jn. 16:13) promised His 437 2, 106 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Our Lord said (Mt. 24:14): "This 438 2, 106 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Mt. 24:34): "I say 439 2, 106 | Priscilla pretended that Our Lord's promise to give the Holy 440 2, 106 | the ~apostles: just as Our Lord promised them a second time ( 441 2, 106 | the Old Law. Hence Our ~Lord said (Jn. 5:46): "If you 442 2, 107 | and: "Thou shalt ~love the Lord thy God" (Dt. 6:5). In like 443 2, 107 | fulfilment of another. But Our ~Lord propounded in the New Law 444 2, 107 | enemies. In like manner Our Lord ~seems to have done away 445 2, 107 | above (Q[99], A[4]). But Our Lord (Mt. 5) fulfilled ~the Law 446 2, 107 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Mt. 5:17): "I am not 447 2, 107 | exterior act: wherefore Our Lord fulfilled the Law by ~showing 448 2, 107 | of sins. ~Secondly, Our Lord fulfilled the precepts of 449 2, 107 | of urgency. Thirdly, Our Lord ~fulfilled the precepts 450 2, 107 | in Mt. 19:21, where Our Lord said to the man who ~affirmed 451 2, 107 | those precepts ~of Our Lord are not contrary to the 452 2, 107 | the Old Law. For what Our ~Lord commanded about a man not 453 2, 107 | of the ~bill. Hence Our Lord, in order to impress the 454 2, 107 | unreasonably: whereas Our Lord deprived them of vengeance ~ 455 2, 107 | a ceremonial matter, Our Lord did not forbid this to be 456 2, 107 | 102], A[5], ad 4). But Our Lord, ~Who healed the leper, 457 2, 107 | 28) that "nearly all Our Lord's admonitions or precepts, 458 2, 107 | slaying of the human body, Our Lord declared to them that every 459 2, 108 | where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty" (2 460 2, 108 | darkness, but now light in the Lord. Walk ~. . . as children 461 2, 108 | sacraments are instituted by Our ~Lord; for instance, pertaining 462 2, 108 | 1/1~On the contrary, Our Lord said (Mt. 7:24): "Every 463 2, 108 | of feasts. Wherefore Our Lord left the ~institution of 464 2, 108 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Our Lord gave the apostles those 465 2, 108 | justice. Consequently Our Lord left the judicial precepts 466 2, 108 | and his neighbor. But Our Lord partly fulfilled only ~three 467 2, 108 | the judicial precepts, Our Lord ordained ~nothing in the 468 2, 108 | precepts about which Our Lord made no ordination. Therefore 469 2, 108 | and prayer. Therefore Our Lord ~unbecomingly taught that 470 2, 108 | Therefore it seems that Our Lord ~unbecomingly forbade solicitude 471 2, 108 | Therefore it seems that Our Lord unbecomingly ~forbade judgment: 472 2, 108 | that this sermon of the Lord is replete with all the ~ 473 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord explained the manner of 474 2, 108 | reverence to God. Hence Our Lord shows that an oath ~is not 475 2, 108 | strangers. Wherefore Our ~Lord forbade a man to divorce 476 2, 108 | to do away with this, Our Lord teaches that man should 477 2, 108 | covetousness. Wherefore Our Lord teaches that we should not ~ 478 2, 108 | satisfy hatred. ~Wherefore Our Lord teaches us that we ought 479 2, 108 | way or another. Hence Our Lord directed us becomingly with 480 2, 108 | wilt hear the ~voice of the Lord thy God . . . He will make 481 2, 108 | end in view. Wherefore Our Lord ~set this aside by teaching, 482 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Our Lord forbade, not necessary, 483 2, 108 | God's help: wherefore Our Lord says (Mt. 6:32): ~"Your 484 2, 108 | help: such solicitude Our Lord sets aside by saying that 485 2, 108 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 6: Our Lord did not forbid the judgment 486 2, 108 | those precepts which Our Lord gave His apostles (Mt. 10). ~ 487 2, 108 | to such things. Hence Our Lord, in proposing the evangelical ~ 488 2, 108 | have been ~given by Our Lord in the words: "And [let 489 2, 108 | Those things which Our Lord prescribed about the true 490 2, 109 | 3: "No man can say, the Lord Jesus, but by the Holy Ghost," 491 2, 109 | this, "Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with thy whole heart" ( 492 2, 109 | without grace. ~For Our Lord says (Mt. 19:17): "If thou 493 2, 109 | converted, for Thou art the Lord, my God"; and Lam. 5:21: " 494 2, 109 | Lam. 5:21: "Convert us, O ~Lord, to Thee, and we shall be 495 2, 109 | else is contained in the Lord's Prayer pertaining ~to 496 2, 110 | written (Gn. 39:21) that the Lord gave to Joseph "grace [Douay: ~' 497 2, 110 | Blessed is the man to whom the Lord hath not ~imputed sin." 498 2, 110 | darkness, but now light in the Lord. Walk then as children of ~ 499 2, 112 | written (Ps. 83:12): "The Lord will give grace ~and glory."~ 500 2, 112 | against the disciples of the Lord" (Act ~9:1). Hence no preparation


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