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1 1, 1 | knows both Himself ~and His works. Still, it is speculative 2 1, 1 | things and ~signs; or the works of salvation; or the whole 3 1, 1 | deem everything in ~their works to be true, merely on account 4 1, 2 | any evil to exist in His works, unless ~His omnipotence 5 1, 2 | Reply OBJ 2: Since nature works for a determinate end under 6 1, 8 | Thou hast wrought all our ~works in [Vulg.: 'for'] us." Therefore 7 1, 8 | present to that upon ~which it works. For an agent must be joined 8 1, 9 | formal principle; as also ~works of art proceed from the 9 1, 12 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As God works miracles in corporeal things, 10 1, 13 | manifests strength in His works, as a lion in his. Thus 11 1, 14 | fact that the artificer ~works by his intellect. Hence 12 1, 14 | understandeth all their works," i.e. of men. ~Now the 13 1, 14 | i.e. of men. ~Now the works of men are contingent, being 14 1, 19 | ii, 84) "Nature ~always works in the same way, if there 15 1, 19 | 110:2: ~"Great are the works of the Lord, sought out 16 1, 19 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God works nothing unless He wills 17 1, 19 | creatures in ~common, since God works in them all, and permits 18 1, 19 | shows it directly when he works in his own person; in ~that 19 1, 20 | good to the beloved; and ~works for that good by his providence 20 1, 20 | his providence even as he works for his own. Hence ~Dionysius 21 1, 20 | another in ~the various works of life, and who may fare 22 1, 21 | virtues are concerned with works of giving ~and expending; 23 1, 21 | 2] Body Para. 2/2~Now as works of art are related to art, 24 1, 21 | are related to art, so are works of justice related ~to the 25 1, 21 | mercy and justice. For ~some works of God are attributed to 26 1, 21 | presuppose something ~in their works: whereas creation presupposes 27 1, 21 | necessarily found in all God's works, ~if mercy be taken to mean 28 1, 21 | must exist in all God's works. Now the work of ~divine 29 1, 21 | power of mercy remains, and works indeed with even greater 30 1, 21 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Certain works are attributed to justice, 31 1, 22 | permit evil to exist in His works, unless He were so almighty 32 1, 23 | Eccles. 7:14): "Consider the works of God, that no man can 33 1, 23 | says (Titus 3:5): "Not by works of justice ~which we have 34 1, 23 | the diversity of their ~works different states were assigned 35 1, 23 | good or ~evil . . . not of works, but of Him that calleth, 36 1, 23 | those of ~nature. But in the works of nature, good is found 37 1, 23 | to prayer ~and other good works.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 38 1, 23 | saints, and by other good works; because ~providence, of 39 1, 23 | another; or ~other good works, and such like, without 40 1, 23 | predestined must strive after good works and ~prayer; because through 41 1, 23 | Labor more that by good works you ~may make sure your 42 1, 24 | each one his ~good or evil works are recalled to memory." 43 1, 25 | foundation of all the divine works. For nothing ~is due to 44 1, 32 | I have read in their works, not in so ~many words, 45 1, 32 | also found in the other works ~of creation. In another 46 1, 36 | instance, that the artisan works through love of ~gain. It 47 1, 36 | cause when we say that he works through his art. It ~is 48 1, 36 | cause when we say that he works through the command of ~ 49 1, 36 | as when we say, the king works through the bailiff; and ~ 50 1, 36 | when we say, the bailiff works through ~the king.~Aquin.: 51 1, 36 | not say that the mallet works ~through the carpenter; 52 1, 39 | we may say that a smith works "by" ~a hammer. Hence the 53 1, 39 | form "by" which an agent works; thus we say that an ~artificer 54 1, 39 | we say that an ~artificer works by his art. Hence, as wisdom 55 1, 41 | is said that the ~workman works by his will, as the will 56 1, 41 | poured her out over all His works" (Ecclus. 1:9,10). ~Nor 57 1, 45 | creation is mingled with the works of nature and ~of the will?~ 58 1, 45 | action; thus the ~craftsman works from natural things, as 59 1, 45 | except inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." Now 60 1, 45 | craft. Now the ~craftsman works through the word conceived 61 1, 45 | creation is mingled with works of nature and art?~Aquin.: 62 1, 45 | that creation is mingled in works of nature and ~art. For 63 1, 45 | Body Para. 2/2~Hence in the works of nature creation does 64 1, 46 | Further, everything which works by intellect works from 65 1, 46 | which works by intellect works from some ~principle, as 66 1, 47 | But God is just in all His works. Since, therefore, no inequality ~ 67 1, 47 | whole. This appears also in works done by art; for the ~roof 68 1, 48 | especially in his logical works, brings forward examples 69 1, 50 | am I: You are indeed my works, dissoluble by nature, yet ~ 70 1, 51 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the works of the angels there is nothing 71 1, 51 | spiritual ~properties and works of the angels may be manifested 72 1, 51 | properties of ~man and of his works. This could not so fittingly 73 1, 61 | improbable that God, Whose "works are perfect," as it is said 74 1, 62 | of as being made in the works of the six days, were ~made 75 1, 62 | at once ~among the first works, in which only the germinating 76 1, 62 | operation, because it is not of works, but as the principle of 77 1, 62 | grace ~does not come "of works," as is said Rm. 11:6. Therefore 78 1, 62 | nature than ~according to works.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 79 1, 64 | demon performs some good works: for he confesses the truth, ~ 80 1, 65 | Scripture makes ~mention, three works are found, namely, the work 81 1, 65 | have learned that all the works which God hath ~made, continue 82 1, 65 | forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 83 1, 66 | of Him (Dt. ~32:4): "The works of God are perfect." Therefore 84 1, 67 | adduced by Aristotle in his works on logic, as he merely ~ 85 1, 67 | wisdom, that ~among the works of distinction the production 86 1, 67 | whereas none of ~God's works have been made in vain. 87 1, 68 | record by speaking of the works of God collectively, in 88 1, 68 | there. But none of God's works are useless. Therefore there 89 1, 69 | holy writers. In all these works, according to Augustine ( 90 1, 69 | order of ~duration in the works is to be understood, by 91 1, 70 | recapitulating the Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2: 92 1, 70 | writers suppose. To these two ~works is added the work of adornment, 93 1, 70 | succession of time in these works, and so there was no ~need 94 1, 70 | which directs him in his ~works, and is most useful for 95 1, 73 | About the completion of the works;~(2) About the resting of 96 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought to be ascribed to 97 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed 98 1, 73 | world belong to the Divine works. But the consummation of 99 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works does not belong to the seventh ~ 100 1, 73 | Therefore the completion of the works does not ~belong to the 101 1, 73 | Miracles also are new works, of which it is said ~(Eccles. 102 1, 73 | completion of the Divine works ought not to be ~attributed 103 1, 73 | the completion of the ~works is attributed to the seventh 104 1, 73 | in their causes, in the works of the six days. ~Some also 105 1, 73 | some degree, in the first works; secondly, because He ~Himself 106 1, 73 | to ~have rested "in" His works, as though needing them 107 1, 73 | after He had finished His works, is that rest which belongs 108 1, 73 | God's resting ~from His works on that day (Gen. ad lit. 109 1, 73 | in Himself, both from His works ~and our own. It is not, 110 1, 73 | avoided. But whether God ~works or ceases from work nothing 111 1, 73 | ceased from producing new ~works, though He still preserves 112 1, 73 | Secondly, in that after all His works He rested in Himself. ~According 113 1, 73 | The good mentioned in the works of each day belongs to the ~ 114 1, 74 | Scripture uses in narrating ~the works of the six days.~Aquin.: 115 1, 74 | no less distinct from the works of ~distinction and adornment 116 1, 74 | adornment than these two works are from one another. But ~ 117 1, 74 | perfection of the Divine works corresponds to the perfection 118 1, 74 | other holy writers, that the works of ~distinction and adornment 119 1, 74 | rested in ~Himself from His works: and for this reason it 120 1, 74 | case if the days ~of these works were more than one. Therefore 121 1, 74 | God ceased from all new works. If, ~then, the seventh 122 1, 74 | the ~first of the Divine works, the second day their knowledge 123 1, 74 | the proper forms, and ~the works that follow to mean some 124 1, 74 | opinion of Augustine, that the works of the six days ~were simultaneous, 125 1, 74 | the ~natural order of the works attributed to the days.~ 126 1, 74 | suitable words to ~express the works of the six days. For as 127 1, 74 | firmament, and other ~similar works were made by the Word of 128 1, 74 | and earth, as in the other works, mention should have ~been 129 1, 74 | is to be ~said of other works.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 130 1, 74 | and for this reason in the works of distinction and adornment 131 1, 74 | satisfaction taken by God in His works, as of an ~artist in his 132 1, 74 | God loved of necessity the works ~He was to produce, as though 133 1, 39 | we may say that a smith works "by" ~a hammer. Hence the 134 1, 39 | form "by" which an agent works; thus we say that an ~artificer 135 1, 39 | we say that an ~artificer works by his art. Hence, as wisdom 136 1, 41 | is said that the ~workman works by his will, as the will 137 1, 41 | poured her out over all His works" (Ecclus. 1:9,10). ~Nor 138 1, 46 | creation is mingled with the works of nature and ~of the will?~ 139 1, 46 | action; thus the ~craftsman works from natural things, as 140 1, 46 | except inasmuch as it ~works by divine operation." Now 141 1, 46 | craft. Now the ~craftsman works through the word conceived 142 1, 46 | creation is mingled with works of nature and art?~Aquin.: 143 1, 46 | that creation is mingled in works of nature and ~art. For 144 1, 46 | Body Para. 2/2~Hence in the works of nature creation does 145 1, 47 | Further, everything which works by intellect works from 146 1, 47 | which works by intellect works from some ~principle, as 147 1, 48 | But God is just in all His works. Since, therefore, no inequality ~ 148 1, 48 | whole. This appears also in works done by art; for the ~roof 149 1, 49 | especially in his logical works, brings forward examples 150 1, 51 | am I: You are indeed my works, dissoluble by nature, yet ~ 151 1, 52 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the works of the angels there is nothing 152 1, 52 | spiritual ~properties and works of the angels may be manifested 153 1, 52 | properties of ~man and of his works. This could not so fittingly 154 1, 62 | improbable that God, Whose "works are perfect," as it is said 155 1, 63 | of as being made in the works of the six days, were ~made 156 1, 63 | at once ~among the first works, in which only the germinating 157 1, 63 | operation, because it is not of works, but as the principle of 158 1, 63 | grace ~does not come "of works," as is said Rm. 11:6. Therefore 159 1, 63 | nature than according to works.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 160 1, 65 | demon performs some good works: for he confesses the truth, ~ 161 1, 66 | Scripture makes ~mention, three works are found, namely, the work 162 1, 66 | have learned that all the works which God hath ~made, continue 163 1, 66 | forms, produces diverse works of art.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 164 1, 67 | of Him (Dt. ~32:4): "The works of God are perfect." Therefore 165 1, 68 | adduced by Aristotle in his works on logic, as he merely ~ 166 1, 68 | wisdom, that ~among the works of distinction the production 167 1, 68 | whereas none of ~God's works have been made in vain. 168 1, 69 | record by speaking of the works of God collectively, in 169 1, 69 | there. But none of God's works are useless. Therefore there 170 1, 70 | holy writers. In all these works, according to Augustine ( 171 1, 70 | order of ~duration in the works is to be understood, by 172 1, 71 | recapitulating the Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2: 173 1, 71 | writers suppose. To these two ~works is added the work of adornment, 174 1, 71 | succession of time in these works, and so there was no ~need 175 1, 71 | which directs him in his ~works, and is most useful for 176 1, 72 | About the completion of the works;~(2) About the resting of 177 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought to be ascribed to 178 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought not ~to be ascribed 179 1, 72 | world belong to the Divine works. But the consummation of 180 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works does not belong to the seventh ~ 181 1, 72 | Therefore the completion of the works does not ~belong to the 182 1, 72 | Miracles also are new works, of which it is said ~(Eccles. 183 1, 72 | completion of the Divine works ought not to be ~attributed 184 1, 72 | the completion of the ~works is attributed to the seventh 185 1, 72 | in their causes, in the works of the six days. ~Some also 186 1, 72 | some degree, in the first works; secondly, because He ~Himself 187 1, 72 | to ~have rested "in" His works, as though needing them 188 1, 72 | after He had finished His works, is that rest which belongs 189 1, 72 | God's resting ~from His works on that day (Gen. ad lit. 190 1, 72 | in Himself, both from His works ~and our own. It is not, 191 1, 72 | avoided. But whether God ~works or ceases from work nothing 192 1, 72 | ceased from producing new ~works, though He still preserves 193 1, 72 | Secondly, in that after all His works He rested in Himself. ~According 194 1, 72 | The good mentioned in the works of each day belongs to the ~ 195 1, 73 | Scripture uses in narrating ~the works of the six days.~Aquin.: 196 1, 73 | no less distinct from the works of ~distinction and adornment 197 1, 73 | adornment than these two works are from one another. But ~ 198 1, 73 | perfection of the Divine works corresponds to the perfection 199 1, 73 | other holy writers, that the works of ~distinction and adornment 200 1, 73 | rested in ~Himself from His works: and for this reason it 201 1, 73 | case if the days ~of these works were more than one. Therefore 202 1, 73 | God ceased from all new works. If, ~then, the seventh 203 1, 73 | the ~first of the Divine works, the second day their knowledge 204 1, 73 | the proper forms, and ~the works that follow to mean some 205 1, 73 | opinion of Augustine, that the works of the six days ~were simultaneous, 206 1, 73 | the ~natural order of the works attributed to the days.~ 207 1, 73 | suitable words to ~express the works of the six days. For as 208 1, 73 | firmament, and other ~similar works were made by the Word of 209 1, 73 | and earth, as in the other works, mention should have ~been 210 1, 73 | is to be ~said of other works.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 211 1, 73 | and for this reason in the works of distinction and adornment 212 1, 73 | satisfaction taken by God in His works, as of an ~artist in his 213 1, 73 | God loved of necessity the works ~He was to produce, as though 214 1, 78 | understand. However, in some works ~translated from the Arabic, 215 1, 78 | actually understanding. But in works translated ~from the Greek, 216 1, 90 | As God is perfect in His works, He bestowed perfection 217 1, 90 | to their capacity: "God's works are perfect" (Dt. ~32:4). 218 1, 90 | so may be called God's works of art. Now every artist 219 1, 90 | so also were the other works of the six days. But in 220 1, 90 | six days. But in the other works it ~is written, "God said; 221 1, 90 | Gen. ad lit. iv, 34), the works of ~the six days were done 222 1, 91 | as a helpmate in other works, as ~some say, since man 223 1, 91 | by another man in ~other works; but as a helper in the 224 1, 91 | among the first created works, as Augustine says (Gen. 225 1, 94 | among the supposititious works of St. Augustine] ~that " 226 1, 94 | state of innocence man's works were ~more meritorious than 227 1, 94 | would have performed greater works. But if we ~consider the 228 1, 94 | the capacity of one who works with difficulty than a great 229 1, 95 | are not in St. Jerome's ~works. St. Thomas may have had 230 1, 96 | among the supposititious works of ~St. Augustine]): "God 231 1, 96 | et Nov. Test. qu. 19 [*Works of ~an anonymous author, 232 1, 96 | among the supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "How 233 1, 96 | among the supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "A ~ 234 1, 96 | among the supposititious works of St. ~Augustine]) "The 235 1, 97 | nothing is void in God's works. Therefore, even if man 236 1, 102 | moved by God Himself, Who works in them interiorly; ~but 237 1, 103 | have learned that all ~the works that God hath made continue 238 1, 104 | the will?~(5) Whether God works in every worker?~(6) Whether 239 1, 104 | contrary, God produced the works of the six days immediately ~ 240 1, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether God works in every agent?~Aquin.: 241 1, 104 | to God. If therefore God works in every ~agent, He works 242 1, 104 | works in every ~agent, He works sufficiently in each one. 243 1, 104 | creature; and ~so no creature works at all.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 244 1, 104 | Thou hast wrought all ~our works in [Vulg.: 'for'] us."~Aquin.: 245 1, 104 | therefore understand that God works in ~things in such a manner 246 1, 104 | follows that in all things God works intimately. For this ~reason 247 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God works sufficiently in things as 248 1, 104 | speaking of miraculous works (Jn. ~14:12): "The works 249 1, 104 | works (Jn. ~14:12): "The works that I do, he also shall 250 1, 105 | the ~types of the Divine works, which are known in God 251 1, 105 | the types of the Divine works than an ~inferior angel, 252 1, 105 | So it happens that God works miraculously outside the 253 1, 106 | and admiring Him and His works; but they speak to Him by ~ 254 1, 106 | Orth. i, 13): "An angel works where he is." ~But speech 255 1, 107 | the types of the Divine works; whereas ~the "Cherubim" 256 1, 107 | the types of the Divine works ~by the light of the superior 257 1, 109 | among the supposititious works ~of St. Augustine]. Therefore 258 1, 109 | among the supposititious works of St. Augustine] that ~" 259 1, 109 | miracles; either because God ~works miracles at their request, 260 1, 111 | Whether any angels are sent on works of ministry?~(2) Whether 261 1, 111 | Whether the angels are sent on works of ministry?~Aquin.: SMT 262 1, 111 | the angels are not sent on works of ministry. ~For every 263 1, 112 | community, such as external ~works, which are sources of strength 264 1, 112 | encourage ~them to good works, and protect them against 265 1, 112 | times they perform good works, do not perform ~them well, 266 1, 112 | deserving eternal life by ~good works, it does nevertheless conduce 267 1, 113 | take part in all ~our good works: whereas all our sins are 268 1, 113 | itself especially ~in the works of Antichrist. But as the 269 1, 113 | among ~the supposititious works of St. Augustine]): "Often 270 1, 113 | however, that although these works of demons which ~appear 271 1, 113 | says in the same place, the works of ~Antichrist may be called 272 1, 113 | among his supposititious works], ~"the devil does not tempt 273 1, 117 | already ~existed in the first works. For in this sense, the 274 1, 117 | the species, in the ~first works, which included the creation 275 1, 117 | but the wicked with works and words have called it 276 2, 3 | instincts in respect of works similar to works of prudence.~ 277 2, 3 | respect of works similar to works of prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 278 2, 4 | do well, whether in ~the works of the active life, or in 279 2, 5 | reward is given for all the works of virtue; because it is ~ 280 2, 5 | certain notions of the Divine works: but not as to the ~vision 281 2, 5 | Para. 1/1~Whether any good works are necessary that man may 282 2, 5 | 1: It would seem that no works of man are necessary that 283 2, 5 | whole effect. But man's works, since they are ~not required 284 2, 5 | Happiness ~without any previous works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[7] 285 2, 5 | man without any previous ~works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[7] 286 2, 5 | reputeth justice without works." Therefore no works of 287 2, 5 | without works." Therefore no works of man ~are necessary for 288 2, 5 | Happiness is obtained ~through works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[7] 289 2, 5 | it by many movements of works ~which are called merits. 290 2, 5 | happiness is the reward of works of virtue.~Aquin.: SMT FS 291 2, 5 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Works are necessary to man in 292 2, 5 | on account of ~previous works. For grace is not a term 293 2, 10 | to a thing, which God so works in it that ~it may be natural 294 2, 10 | not wish that ~whatever He works in things should be natural 295 2, 12 | who intends. Wherefore works are called darkness because 296 2, 13 | sagacity manifested in the ~works of various animals, such 297 2, 13 | And thus it is that in the works of irrational ~animals we 298 2, 14 | way of being ~done, as in works produced by art, with the 299 2, 17 | the members of the body works not for ~itself alone but 300 2, 19 | to which God judges our works." For the goodness of ~the 301 2, 20 | will, and fruit signifies works. Therefore, it is impossible 302 2, 20 | punished for ~doing evil." Now works are the witnesses of the 303 2, 20 | Therefore God seeks ~for works not on His own account, 304 2, 21 | whatever; since when nature works it ~forms something. In 305 2, 24 | sin, they rejoice ~in good works."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[24] A[ 306 2, 28 | the good of his friend and works for it. Yet he does not 307 2, 29 | sometimes a man wishes and works evil to himself, e.g. a 308 2, 29 | OBJ 2: No man wills and works evil to himself, except 309 2, 31 | the ~truth and in doing works of virtue. Secondly, nature 310 2, 32 | toil and fatigue in our ~works. But operations through 311 2, 32 | children, and in their own works, as being things on which 312 2, 34 | following the example ~of their works instead of listening to 313 2, 34 | who takes pleasure in the works of virtue; ~and that man 314 2, 34 | who takes pleasure in evil works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 315 2, 51 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God works in all things according 316 2, 51 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: That God works in all according to their 317 2, 55 | virtue which is referred to works of reason, which are proper ~ 318 2, 55 | habit, productive of good works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[55] A[ 319 2, 55 | make bad use, which God works in ~us, without us." For 320 2, 55 | pride ~lies in wait for good works in order to slay them." 321 2, 55 | unsuitable to say ~that "God works virtue in us, without us."~ 322 2, 55 | in the words "which God works ~in us without us." If we 323 2, 55 | of the words, ~"which God works in us without us." As to 324 2, 55 | action on our part, for He ~works in every will and in every 325 2, 56 | inasmuch as moral virtue works according to right reason. 326 2, 57 | right reason about certain ~works to be made." And yet the 327 2, 57 | are ordained to such like ~works of the speculative reason, 328 2, 57 | arts that are ordained to works done by the body, which 329 2, 57 | right reason about certain works. But diversity of works ~ 330 2, 57 | works. But diversity of works ~does not make a habit cease 331 2, 57 | are various arts ~about works widely different. Since 332 2, 57 | also right ~reason about works, it seems that it too should 333 2, 58 | makes us inclined to do good works. But ~some, without depending 334 2, 58 | inclination to do good works. Therefore moral virtues 335 2, 59 | But a hindrance to good works is incompatible ~with virtue. 336 2, 61 | we are directed to moral works both by the practical reason, 337 2, 61 | entire structure of ~good works is built on four virtues."~ 338 2, 61 | of the Eternal Law in His works, as ~Plotinus states (Cf. 339 2, 61 | charity ~necessitates good works. If no one lays this burden 340 2, 62 | and loves, by doing ~good works he ends in hoping." Therefore 341 2, 63 | be acquired by ~means of works, but is caused in us by 342 2, 63 | inserts the words, "which God works ~in us without us" (Super 343 2, 63 | superfluity is found in God's works than in ~the works of nature. 344 2, 63 | God's works than in ~the works of nature. Now the theological 345 2, 63 | contains the words, "which God works in us without us," as ~stated 346 2, 65 | possible by means of ~human works to acquire moral virtues, 347 2, 65 | far as they produce good ~works that are directed to an 348 2, 65 | far as they produce good ~works in proportion to a supernatural 349 2, 65 | the fulfilment of all the ~works of virtue, as is clear from 350 2, 65 | virtue easily performs the works ~of that virtue, and those 351 2, 65 | of that virtue, and those works are pleasing to him for 352 2, 65 | find it ~difficult to do works of virtue; nor are these 353 2, 65 | of virtue; nor are these works pleasing to them for ~their 354 2, 65 | operates no less perfectly in works of ~grace than in works 355 2, 65 | works of ~grace than in works of nature. Now, in the works 356 2, 65 | works of nature. Now, in the works of nature, we find that ~ 357 2, 65 | contains a principle of certain works, it has also ~whatever is 358 2, 65 | principle of all the good works that are referable to ~his 359 2, 65 | experience difficulty in their ~works, by reason of certain ordinary 360 2, 65 | directed to the doing of good works, perfect virtue ~is that 361 2, 67 | says (Moral. iv, ~18): "The works of the active life pass 362 2, 68 | given us that we may do good works, and the gifts, that we 363 2, 68 | simply that we may do good works, but the gifts, in order 364 2, 68 | the operation of God, Who works inwardly in every ~nature 365 2, 68 | not as regards the kind of works (as the counsels surpass 366 2, 68 | through reverence for God, works good to all, is fittingly 367 2, 68 | piety will ~achieve, not works of mercy, but fellowship 368 2, 68 | the gifts will not be the works of the active life; but 369 2, 68 | 16), before doing good ~works, and which result from the 370 2, 68 | Holy Ghost in the mind ~it works on, forms first of all justice, 371 2, 69 | approaches the happy end by works of virtue, and above all ~ 372 2, 69 | virtue, and above all ~by the works of the gifts, if we speak 373 2, 69 | heartily, by accomplishing works of justice with an ~ardent 374 2, 69 | for hungering after the works of justice is fortitude 375 2, 69 | and thy iniquities with works of ~mercy to the poor." 376 2, 69 | beatitudes belong to the works of active happiness, which 377 2, 69 | happiness, which are ~the works of virtues directing man 378 2, 69 | Some, again, recede from works of mercy, lest ~they be 379 2, 70 | their opposition to the works of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 380 2, 70 | say, man is known by his works, as holy men explain ~the 381 2, 70 | to ~another. And so our works, in so far as they are produced 382 2, 70 | beatitudes are none but perfect works, and which, by reason ~of 383 2, 70 | teaching us how many [either works of the flesh, or fruits ~ 384 2, 70 | Ghost are contrary to the works of the ~flesh?~Aquin.: SMT 385 2, 70 | are not contrary ~to the works of the flesh, which the 386 2, 70 | the same genus. But the works of the ~flesh are not called 387 2, 70 | the Apostle mentions more ~works of the flesh than fruits 388 2, 70 | fruits of the ~Spirit and the works of the flesh are not contrary 389 2, 70 | which are the first of the works of the flesh are not opposed. ~ 390 2, 70 | are not contrary to the works of the ~flesh.~Aquin.: SMT 391 2, 70 | 1/2~I answer that, The works of the flesh and the fruits 392 2, 70 | general are contrary to the works of the ~flesh. Because the 393 2, 70 | so in human actions the works of the ~flesh are contrary 394 2, 70 | both fruits and fleshly works as enumerated may be considered ~ 395 2, 70 | intend to enumerate all the works, whether ~spiritual or carnal. 396 2, 70 | the fruits with the carnal works, ~each to each. Thus "to 397 2, 70 | its corruption. And since works of ~virtue are connatural 398 2, 70 | connatural to reason, while works of vice are contrary to ~ 399 2, 70 | nature, therefore it is that works of virtue are called fruits, 400 2, 70 | called fruits, but not ~so works of vice.~Aquin.: SMT FS 401 2, 70 | not be surprised if the works of the flesh ~are more numerous 402 2, 71 | fruit," i.e. man by his works, according to Mt. 12:33. 403 2, 72 | Apostle says (Gal. 5:19): "The works of the ~flesh are manifest, 404 2, 72 | that all kinds ~of sins are works of the flesh. Now carnal 405 2, 72 | Now carnal sins are called works of the ~flesh. Therefore 406 2, 72 | these vices are called ~works of the flesh, not as though 407 2, 78 | Div. Nom. iv) that "no one works ~intending evil." Now to 408 2, 78 | that a sinner does some works which are ~generically good; 409 2, 79 | this by saying that "God works in men's hearts, by inclining ~ 410 2, 79 | sinful act: for "no one works, intending evil," as ~Dionysius 411 2, 79 | necessity of nature, whereas God works ~freely, through the order 412 2, 88 | pride lies in wait for good works that it may ~destroy them." 413 2, 88 | them." Therefore even good works would be venial sins, which 414 2, 89 | our neighbor, and ~good works, are others from those who 415 2, 89 | their neighbor, and do good works, commit ~venial sins: for 416 2, 89 | upon which some build good works, signified by gold, silver, 417 2, 89 | 5:21), he who does the works of the flesh, "shall not 418 2, 89 | stubble designate good works, which are ~indeed built 419 2, 89 | is evident that all good works are referred to the love 420 2, 91 | someone asked what ~the works of justice are, adds: "Many 421 2, 92 | because He it is Who "works it in us without us," as 422 2, 92 | good ~robber, because he works in a way that is adapted 423 2, 92 | habituating ~them to good works."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 424 2, 93 | to the Persons, or to the works of God, are ~expressed by 425 2, 93 | understood as meaning that the ~works of a man, who is led by 426 2, 93 | the Holy Ghost, are the works of the Holy ~Ghost rather 427 2, 93 | it follows ~that such works, in so far as they are of 428 2, 98 | written (Dt. 32:4): "The works of God are perfect." But 429 2, 98 | have learned that all ~the works which God hath made continue 430 2, 98 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Those works of God endure for ever which 431 2, 98 | and these are His perfect works. But the Old ~Law was set 432 2, 98 | their profession to certain works of ~perfection, to which 433 2, 99 | also by certain ~external works, whereby man makes profession 434 2, 99 | to God: ~and it is these works that are said to belong 435 2, 99 | outwardly fulfilling the works of the Law, their heart 436 2, 100 | habituating him to ~good works. Therefore the mode of virtue 437 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: That works of virtue should be done 438 2, 100 | Divine law; for whoever works with sadness works ~unwillingly. 439 2, 100 | whoever works with sadness works ~unwillingly. But to work 440 2, 100 | entrance into life. But good ~works do not suffice for entrance 441 2, 100 | secondly, according as he does works of justice, so that in this 442 2, 100 | acquired ~virtue is caused by works; but the infused virtue 443 2, 100 | Abraham were justified by works, he ~hath whereof to glory, 444 2, 102 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, man's works are called moral according 445 2, 102 | OBJ 8: Further, in God's works nothing should be superfluous; 446 2, 102 | superfluous; for not ~even in the works of nature is anything superfluous 447 2, 102 | craftsman ~the types of the works of his craft. This was betokened 448 2, 102 | and incense. Because all ~works of virtue must be offered 449 2, 102 | age," because all Christ's works are perfect, "in which ~ 450 2, 102 | signified Christ's outward works; the "blood" ~denoted the 451 2, 102 | washes his clothes, i.e. his ~works, and all his hair, i.e. 452 2, 102 | the power of doing good works or of advancing in ~virtue. 453 2, 102 | godly life by ~performing works of perfection; and this 454 2, 102 | denotes worldly grief which works death in those who are ~ 455 2, 102 | their hands, i.e. in their works; and that they should be 456 2, 102 | entirely ~free from dead works, i.e. sins. And they should 457 2, 104 | Ezech. 18:8) among other works of a ~good and just man, 458 2, 106 | excluded. By what law? Of works? No, but by the law of ~ 459 2, 106 | grace, this consists in works of ~virtue to which the 460 2, 107 | calling ~the Old Law "a law of works," and the New Law "a law 461 2, 107 | the New ~Law is a law of works: since it is written (Mt. 462 2, 107 | the Old Law both in His works and ~in His doctrine. In 463 2, 107 | in His doctrine. In His works, because He was willing 464 2, 107 | things; ~and because His works were concerned with the 465 2, 107 | abstain from doing even works of ~kindness on the sabbath; 466 2, 107 | difficult may attach to works of virtue with ~which the 467 2, 107 | the part of the ~outward works, which of themselves are, 468 2, 107 | other difficulty attaches to works of virtue as to interior 469 2, 108 | or to forbid any outward ~works?~(2) Whether the New Law 470 2, 108 | Spirit, certain external ~works should ensue.~Aquin.: SMT 471 2, 108 | through love. Such external ~works are prescribed or forbidden 472 2, 108 | the other hand, there are ~works which are not necessarily 473 2, 108 | worketh through love. Such works are not prescribed or forbidden 474 2, 108 | ordinations ~about external works.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 475 2, 108 | of grace is by means of works of charity. These, in so 476 2, 108 | determination of these ~works in their relation to the 477 2, 108 | Law had no other external works to determine, by ~prescribing 478 2, 108 | that we are directed to works of virtue, for it is the 479 2, 108 | there are many other ~good works besides fasting, alms-deeds, 480 2, 108 | in respect of these three works, and of no ~other earthly 481 2, 108 | merely from those ~external works that are evil in themselves, 482 2, 108 | teaching that in our good works, we should seek ~neither 483 2, 108 | teaching, first of all, that works of virtue should not ~be 484 2, 108 | glory. And He mentions three works, to which all others ~may 485 2, 108 | not only by imitating His works, but also by obeying His ~ 486 2, 109 | furthermore in order to carry out ~works of supernatural virtue, 487 2, 109 | among the supposititious works of St. Jerome: now ascribed 488 2, 109 | regards the substance of the works, as when a man does ~works 489 2, 109 | works, as when a man does ~works of justice, fortitude, and 490 2, 109 | for the Spirit of grace works this, in order to restore 491 2, 109 | among the supposititious ~works of St. Jerome: now ascribed 492 2, 109 | everyone according to his works, ~according to Ps. 61:12: " 493 2, 109 | every man according to his ~works." Hence, since man is master 494 2, 109 | since man is master of his works, it seems that it is ~within 495 2, 109 | cannot produce meritorious works ~proportionate to everlasting 496 2, 109 | life; yet he can perform works conducing to a good which 497 2, 109 | iii, among the spurious works of St. Augustine].~Aquin.: 498 2, 109 | Man, by his will, does works meritorious of everlasting ~ 499 2, 109 | everlasting life is meter to good ~works; but the works to which 500 2, 109 | to good ~works; but the works to which it is meted, belong


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