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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | itself is a figure of future glory." Again, ~in the New Law, 2 1, 1 | what ~relates to eternal glory, there is the anagogical 3 1, 3 | being the brightness of His ~glory and the figure," i.e. the 4 1, 10 | as regards the vision of glory, they have a share of eternity.~ 5 1, 12 | superadded ~of grace or of glory. Therefore, in order to 6 1, 12 | faculty, namely, the light of ~glory strengthening the intellect 7 1, 12 | participation of the light of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 8 1, 12 | refulgence of the divine glory ~infused into the body after 9 1, 12 | Apocalypse (Apoc. ~21:23): "The glory of God hath enlightened 10 1, 12 | form. Hence the light of glory cannot be natural to a ~ 11 1, 12 | Star differs from star in glory" (1 Cor. 15:41).~Aquin.: 12 1, 12 | given to it by the light of glory, which establishes ~the 13 1, 12 | has more of the light of glory will see God ~the more perfectly; 14 1, 12 | participation of the light ~of glory who has more charity; because 15 1, 12 | greater or lesser light of glory. Since ~therefore the created 16 1, 12 | therefore the created light of glory received into any created 17 1, 20 | the order of grace and of glory: since ~according to Rev 18 1, 20 | to ~a greater degree of glory in eternal life. Peter is 19 1, 23 | in the ~present; and of glory in the future. Therefore 20 1, 23 | will to confer grace and glory; so also ~reprobation includes 21 1, 23 | the predestined - namely, glory - and of what is received 22 1, 23 | participation ~of grace and glory. Therefore God without any 23 1, 23 | communicates His ~grace and glory; and this belongs to predestination. ~ 24 1, 23 | conferring of grace and glory election is implied.~Aquin.: 25 1, 23 | God pre-ordained to give glory on ~account of merit, and 26 1, 23 | pre-ordained to give grace to merit glory. ~In another way, the effect 27 1, 23 | might show the riches of His glory on the ~vessels of mercy, 28 1, 23 | which He hath prepared unto glory" and (2 Tim. 2:20): ~"But 29 1, 23 | why He chooses some for glory, and reprobates others, 30 1, 24 | regards only the life of glory of the ~predestined?~Aquin.: 31 1, 24 | only regard the life of ~glory of the predestined. For 32 1, 24 | Further, as the life of glory comes from God, so also 33 1, 24 | knowledge of the life of glory is ~called the book of life; 34 1, 24 | not chosen ~to the life of glory; as it is clear from what 35 1, 24 | far as it is directed to glory; for those are not ~predestined 36 1, 24 | grace and yet fail to obtain glory. The book of life ~altogether 37 1, 24 | in regard to the life of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 38 1, 24 | directed. But the life of ~glory is an end exceeding human 39 1, 24 | life regards the life of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 40 1, 24 | considered as a life of glory, is ~natural to God; whence 41 1, 24 | of grace is directed to ~glory. For this reason those who, 42 1, 24 | possessing grace, fail to obtain glory, ~are not said to be chosen 43 1, 26 | Moral. xxxii, 7): "He is in glory, Who ~whilst He rejoices 44 1, 26 | further praise." To be in glory, ~however, is the same as 45 1, 26 | Star differeth from star in glory." But ~nothing is greater 46 1, 31 | with the Holy Ghost, in the glory of God ~the Father."~ 47 1, 33 | because one is the nature and glory of the ~Father and the Son. 48 1, 33 | the ~heritage of eternal glory by the gift of grace which 49 1, 33 | others by similitude of glory, forasmuch as they have ~ 50 1, 33 | possession of the heritage of glory, according to Rm. 5:2: " 51 1, 33 | according to Rm. 5:2: "We ~glory in the hope of the glory 52 1, 33 | glory in the hope of the glory of the sons of God." Therefore 53 1, 35 | he is the image and the ~glory of God." Therefore Image 54 1, 35 | being the brightness of His glory, and the figure of His ~ 55 1, 39 | the objects of our future glory are the Father, Son and 56 1, 46 | with ~Thyself with the glory which I had before the world 57 1, 48 | include ~privation of grace or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 58 1, 57 | its amount of grace and of glory. In this way one will be ~ 59 1, 58 | contrast to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according 60 1, 61 | made perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~some 61 1, 62 | THE ORDER OF GRACE AND OF GLORY (NINE ARTICLES)~In due sequence 62 1, 62 | the order ~of grace and of glory; under which heading there 63 1, 62 | Did they receive grace and glory according to their natural ~ 64 1, 62 | capacities?~(7) After entering glory, did their natural love 65 1, 62 | 9) After entering into glory, could they advance farther?~ 66 1, 62 | and the other according to glory. He has a natural ~knowledge 67 1, 62 | and he has a knowledge of glory whereby he knows the Word ~ 68 1, 62 | perfectly by his ~knowledge of glory. Therefore the first knowledge 69 1, 62 | midway between nature and glory. But the ~angels were not 70 1, 62 | with their formation in glory; and so the absence of ~ 71 1, 62 | midway between ~nature and glory, nevertheless, in the order 72 1, 62 | time, in created nature, ~glory is not simultaneous with 73 1, 62 | simultaneous with nature; because glory is the end of the ~operation 74 1, 62 | in any way before he had glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 75 1, 62 | he by merit ~inclined to glory. Hence instantly after merit 76 1, 62 | angels receive grace and glory according to the degree 77 1, 62 | did not receive grace and glory ~according to the degree 78 1, 62 | various degrees of grace and glory; just as when, for example, 79 1, 62 | since greater grace and glory are bestowed according to 80 1, 62 | had the more grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 81 1, 62 | the ~knowledge and love of glory suffice for the beatified 82 1, 62 | perfection of the knowledge in glory; for nothing hinders us 83 1, 62 | appertains to his ~knowledge of glory; and at the same time he 84 1, 62 | the knowledge and love of glory. Accordingly ~there is nothing 85 1, 62 | conjointly with those of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 86 1, 63 | use of man for the Divine glory. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 87 1, 63 | of both; ~and He procures glory from both, saving these 88 1, 64 | have crucified the Lord of glory," as is said 1 Cor. ~2:8. 89 1, 64 | crucifixion of the Lord of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 90 1, 64 | heavenly place belongs to ~the glory of the angels, yet their 91 1, 64 | of the angels, yet their glory is not lessened by their 92 1, 65 | an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 93 1, 65 | Divine goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~creatures, 94 1, 66 | drawn ~from the state of glory itself. For in the reward 95 1, 66 | reward to come a two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual 96 1, 66 | new. Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning 97 1, 66 | some ~beginning of bodily glory in something corporeal, 98 1, 66 | of the elements. But when glory is finally ~consummated, 99 1, 66 | heaven, having the state of glory for its ordained end, does 100 1, 66 | may have the brightness of glory which differs from mere ~ 101 1, 67 | with the perfection of glory, in which they were not ~ 102 1, 68 | understand ~fulfils the glory of the Creator." Hence in 103 1, 70 | whole universe, or for the glory of God. Of ~these reasons 104 1, 73 | will be the consummation of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 105 1, 73 | of ~men." And again, the glory that is spiritual was anticipated 106 1, 39 | the objects of our future glory are the Father, Son and 107 1, 47 | with ~Thyself with the glory which I had before the world 108 1, 49 | include ~privation of grace or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 109 1, 58 | its amount of grace and of glory. In this way one will be ~ 110 1, 59 | contrast to the life of glory, is termed darkness, ~according 111 1, 62 | made perfect in grace or glory; and thirdly, how ~some 112 1, 63 | THE ORDER OF GRACE AND OF GLORY (NINE ~ARTICLES)~In due 113 1, 63 | the order ~of grace and of glory; under which heading there 114 1, 63 | Did they receive grace and glory according to their natural ~ 115 1, 63 | capacities?~(7) After entering glory, did their natural love 116 1, 63 | 9) After entering into glory, could they advance farther?~ 117 1, 63 | and the other according to glory. He has a natural ~knowledge 118 1, 63 | and he has a knowledge of glory whereby he knows the Word ~ 119 1, 63 | perfectly by his ~knowledge of glory. Therefore the first knowledge 120 1, 63 | midway between nature and glory. But the ~angels were not 121 1, 63 | with their formation in glory; and so the absence of ~ 122 1, 63 | midway between ~nature and glory, nevertheless, in the order 123 1, 63 | time, in created nature, ~glory is not simultaneous with 124 1, 63 | simultaneous with nature; because glory is the end of the ~operation 125 1, 63 | in any way before he had glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 126 1, 63 | he by merit ~inclined to glory. Hence instantly after merit 127 1, 63 | angels receive grace and glory according to the degree 128 1, 63 | did not receive grace and glory ~according to the degree 129 1, 63 | various degrees of grace and glory; just as when, for example, 130 1, 63 | since greater grace and glory are bestowed according to 131 1, 63 | had the more grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 132 1, 63 | the ~knowledge and love of glory suffice for the beatified 133 1, 63 | perfection of the knowledge in glory; for nothing hinders us 134 1, 63 | appertains to his ~knowledge of glory; and at the same time he 135 1, 63 | the knowledge and love of glory. Accordingly ~there is nothing 136 1, 63 | conjointly with those of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 137 1, 64 | use of man for the Divine glory. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] A[ 138 1, 64 | of both; ~and He procures glory from both, saving these 139 1, 65 | have crucified the Lord of glory," as is said 1 Cor. ~2:8. 140 1, 65 | crucifixion of the Lord of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 141 1, 65 | heavenly place belongs to ~the glory of the angels, yet their 142 1, 65 | of the angels, yet their glory is not lessened by their 143 1, 66 | an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 144 1, 66 | Divine goodness, to the glory of God. Reasonable ~creatures, 145 1, 67 | drawn ~from the state of glory itself. For in the reward 146 1, 67 | reward to come a two-fold ~glory is looked for, spiritual 147 1, 67 | new. Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning 148 1, 67 | some ~beginning of bodily glory in something corporeal, 149 1, 67 | of the elements. But when glory is finally ~consummated, 150 1, 67 | heaven, having the state of glory for its ordained end, does 151 1, 67 | may have the brightness of glory which differs from mere ~ 152 1, 68 | with the perfection of glory, in which they were not ~ 153 1, 69 | understand ~fulfils the glory of the Creator." Hence in 154 1, 71 | whole universe, or for the glory of God. Of ~these reasons 155 1, 72 | will be the consummation of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 156 1, 72 | of ~men." And again, the glory that is spiritual was anticipated 157 1, 85 | removed by the state of glory, when we shall ~be able 158 1, 88 | concerned. But the knowledge of glory is otherwise.~Aquin.: SMT 159 1, 92 | woman is the ~image [Vulg. glory] of man" (1 Cor. 11:7). 160 1, 92 | consists in the likeness of ~glory. Wherefore on the words, " 161 1, 92 | that "man is the image and glory ~of God, but woman is the 162 1, 92 | of God, but woman is the glory of man," he adds his reason 163 1, 92 | conformity of grace and glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[93] A[ 164 1, 92 | into the same image from glory to ~glory." But temporal 165 1, 92 | same image from glory to ~glory." But temporal things are 166 1, 92 | OBJ 4: By the vision of glory temporal things will be 167 1, 92 | nature, of grace, and of glory, as above explained (A[4]). 168 1, 94 | grace than grace is from ~glory, which is but grace consummated. 169 1, 94 | But in man grace precedes glory. ~Therefore much more did 170 1, 94 | 1~Reply OBJ 6: We merit glory by an act of grace; but 171 1, 96 | called ~incorruptibility of glory; because as Augustine says ( 172 1, 96 | of guilt and the merit of glory; yet he did not recover ~ 173 1, 96 | reward of the immortality of glory differs ~from the immortality 174 1, 96 | everyone; impassibility, glory, and power to ~the good, 175 1, 105 | nature, of grace, and of glory. But an angel is enlightened 176 1, 105 | Justifier; in the light of glory by ~the Beatifier; all of 177 1, 105 | light ~of nature, grace, or glory; but by strengthening his 178 1, 105 | nature, of grace, ~and of glory, as explained above.~Aquin.: 179 1, 105 | Moses asked: "Show me Thy glory," ~answered: "I will show 180 1, 105 | ignorance: "Who ~is this King of glory?" other angels, who knew, 181 1, 105 | Hosts, He is the King of glory," as Dionysius expounds ( 182 1, 106 | superior: "Who is this King of ~Glory?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] 183 1, 107 | corrupted. ~The difference of glory will also ever remain in 184 1, 107 | gift of grace men can merit glory in such a ~degree as to 185 1, 108 | which is that of consummate glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 186 1, 108 | light of the ~perfection of glory, then the demons are not 187 1, 111 | things immediately in the glory ~of the Divine Essence; 188 1, 112 | for the higher ~degree of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 189 1, 113 | ordinance this tends to the glory of the elect.~Aquin.: SMT 190 1, 113 | former do it for their own glory; the latter, for the glory 191 1, 113 | glory; the latter, for the glory of God: the ~former, by 192 2, 2 | 3) Whether in fame or glory?~(4) Whether in power?~( 193 2, 2 | the only God be honor and glory." ~Therefore happiness consists 194 2, 2 | happiness consists in fame or glory?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 195 2, 2 | s happiness consists in glory. For ~happiness seems to 196 2, 2 | in the world. But this is glory: for the ~Apostle says ( 197 2, 2 | to ~be compared with the glory to come, that shall be revealed 198 2, 2 | Therefore happiness consists in glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 199 2, 2 | knowledge of ~others by glory more than by anything else: 200 2, 2 | Contra Maxim. Arian. ii. 13], glory consists "in being well ~ 201 2, 2 | s happiness consists in glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 202 2, 2 | this seems to ~be fame or glory; because by this men attain 203 2, 2 | happiness consists in fame or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 204 2, 2 | it happens that fame ~or glory is false: for as Boethius 205 2, 2 | does not consist in fame or glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] A[3] 206 2, 2 | consist in human fame or glory. ~For glory consists "in 207 2, 2 | human fame or glory. ~For glory consists "in being well 208 2, 2 | cannot consist in fame or glory. On the other hand, man' 209 2, 2 | as on its cause, on the glory which man has with God; ~ 210 2, 2 | For this ~reason human glory is frequently deceptive. 211 2, 2 | cannot be ~deceived, His glory is always true; hence it 212 2, 2 | speaks, then, not of the glory which is with ~men, but 213 2, 2 | is with ~men, but of the glory which is from God, with 214 2, 2 | shall confess him in the glory of His ~Father, before His 215 2, 2 | good which, through fame or glory, is in the ~knowledge of 216 2, 3 | Let not the wise man glory ~in his wisdom": and this 217 2, 3 | Let him that glorieth, ~glory in this, that he understandeth 218 2, 3 | Therefore man's ~final glory or happiness consists only 219 2, 4 | angels, and that will be ~its glory, which erstwhile was its 220 2, 4 | Scripture under the name of ~"glory." But glory consists in 221 2, 4 | the name of ~"glory." But glory consists in man's good being 222 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: That glory which is essential to Happiness, 223 2, 5 | shall be satisfied when Thy glory ~shall appear"; and (Wis. 224 2, 5 | Lord will give grace ~and glory."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[ 225 2, 5 | infinity. But the light of glory, ~whereby God is seen, is 226 2, 5 | brought many children into ~glory"; therefore, from the very 227 2, 19 | 2/2~But in the state of glory, every one will see in each 228 2, 35 | sins, or for the delay of glory, he ~merits the consolation 229 2, 65 | perfected in the future life, by glory; ~each of which things we 230 2, 67 | For in the future state of glory men will be like angels, 231 2, 67 | faith and the knowledge of glory differ ~as perfect from 232 2, 67 | compatible with the knowledge of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 233 2, 67 | sight." But those who are in glory are not absent from the 234 2, 67 | not remain in the ~life of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 235 2, 67 | after death, in the state of glory?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 236 2, 67 | death, in the state of ~glory. Because hope perfects the 237 2, 67 | future good; both for the glory of the ~body, which the 238 2, 67 | lit. xii, 35); and for the glory of the soul, according to 239 2, 67 | impossible in the life of glory, since there will no longer 240 2, 67 | fear which will remain in glory is not opposed to ~hope. 241 2, 67 | punishment, rather than hope of ~glory in the Blessed. Because 242 2, 67 | object of fear: but the glory of the saints has no succession, 243 2, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As to the glory of the soul, there can be 244 2, 67 | angels. With regard to the glory of the body, there can be 245 2, 67 | manner those who have the glory of the soul ~are not, properly 246 2, 67 | speaking, said to hope for the glory of the body, but ~only to 247 2, 67 | faith or hope remains in glory?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 248 2, 67 | faith and hope remains in glory. ~For when that which is 249 2, 67 | comparison with the light of ~glory, of which it is written ( 250 2, 67 | remains with the light of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 251 2, 67 | faith and the perfection of glory are opposed ~to one another 252 2, 67 | remain. But in the state of glory not only is the ~object 253 2, 67 | remains after this life, in glory?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 254 2, 67 | remain after this life, in ~glory. Because according to 1 255 2, 67 | away when the perfection of glory is attained.~Aquin.: SMT 256 2, 67 | away by the perfection of glory, but ~remains identically 257 2, 68 | not remain in the state of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 258 2, 68 | will be in the ~state of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 259 2, 68 | operation ~in the state of glory. Considered in this way, 260 2, 68 | remain in ~the state of glory; just as we have stated 261 2, 68 | temptations. But in the state of glory, where all ~evil will have 262 2, 69 | Douay: 'satisfied'] when Thy glory shall appear." Again, it 263 2, 69 | reward, ~he is promised the glory of the Divine sonship, consisting 264 2, 69 | spirit, as ~regards the glory of the soul; but to those 265 2, 69 | promised as regards the glory of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 266 2, 79 | punishment of the lost to the glory of His justice.~Aquin.: 267 2, 81 | sins, and the obtaining of glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 268 2, 85 | immortality and impassibility of glory, which was begun in Him, 269 2, 85 | merit the ~impassibility of glory, in conformity with Christ.~ 270 2, 86 | Thou hast ~stained thy glory": and it is written (Eph. 271 2, 87 | his ~soul's health and the glory of God. In such cases the 272 2, 87 | means - and also to ~the glory of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 273 2, 88 | else you do; do all to the glory of God." Now whoever ~sins 274 2, 88 | sin is not done for God's glory. ~Consequently, since to 275 2, 88 | all his actions to the glory of God, does not therefore 276 2, 88 | refer an action to God's glory, it is enough to refer ~ 277 2, 88 | of the human act to God's glory, and not habitual ~reference: 278 2, 98 | afterwards we read, "Show me Thy glory. Therefore He perceived 279 2, 100 | in ~the future life, by glory; which repose was also foreshadowed 280 2, 100 | 10:31): "Do all to the glory of God." Therefore the mode 281 2, 100 | works, he ~hath whereof to glory, but not before God." Hence 282 2, 101 | present: and the truth of the glory to come, which is ~not yet 283 2, 102 | to the state ~of future glory, in as much as we are brought 284 2, 102 | Holies, signified either the ~glory of heaven or the spiritual 285 2, 102 | house was filled with the glory of the Lord; wherefrom the 286 2, 102 | the earth is full of His glory" (Is. 6:1,3). And so the 287 2, 102 | left hand (are) riches and ~glory." And the priestly power 288 2, 102 | preparation for entrance into glory, to ~which the way was not 289 2, 102 | was to be ordained to the glory of God. Then he offered 290 2, 106 | belongs to the state of glory. Hence if a man sin after 291 2, 106 | have sinned and do need the glory of God" (Rm. ~3:23). Therefore 292 2, 108 | goods ought we to shun the glory of human favor.~Aquin.: 293 2, 108 | should not ~be done for human glory. And He mentions three works, 294 2, 108 | by men in order to gain glory. In the second place He 295 2, 109 | help even in the state of glory, when grace shall ~be fully 296 2, 110 | unto the praise of ~the glory of His grace."~Aquin.: SMT 297 2, 111 | good; the fifth, to reach glory. And hence ~grace, inasmuch 298 2, 111 | inasmuch as it ~pertains to glory, is not numerically distinct 299 2, 112 | Lord will give grace ~and glory."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] 300 2, 112 | already possessed - but of glory which is not yet ~possessed. 301 2, 112 | both in grace and in final glory as regards the subjects' 302 2, 112 | speaking of the gifts of glory, which ~have been given 303 2, 113 | quantity, and thus the gift of glory is greater ~than the gift 304 2, 113 | greater than the gift of glory that beatifies the just, 305 2, 113 | punishment, more than the gift of glory exceeds the worthiness of 306 2, 113 | justification are worthy of glory. Hence ~Augustine says: " 307 2, 114 | our goods not profit, but glory, i.e. the ~manifestation 308 2, 114 | inasmuch as we work for His glory.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 309 2, 114 | to be compared with the glory to come, that ~shall be 310 2, 114 | present, ~although unequal to glory in act, is equal to it virtually 311 2, 114 | only so as ~to reach the glory of life everlasting, but 312 2, 114 | brought many children into ~glory [to perfect] the Author 313 2, 114 | day," which is the day of ~glory. And thus the increase of 314 2, 114 | grace, ~which will be in glory; secondly, on the part of 315 2, 114 | that the perseverance ~of glory which is the term of the 316 2, 1 | Whom we have access" to the glory of the sons of God, according 317 2, 1 | third refers to the order of glory, and in relation to this ~ 318 2, 1 | resurrection of the body, and the glory ~of the soul. Likewise they 319 2, 1 | and its ~consummation by glory, is also effected by the 320 2, 2 | 8): "Who is this king of glory?" and (Is. 63:1): ~"Who 321 2, 2 | for the consummation of glory, ~but not as it was intended 322 2, 5 | Blessed by the light of glory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[1] 323 2, 6 | yourselves . . . that no man may glory . . ~. for it is the gift 324 2, 11 | especially lordship and glory, which belong to the vice ~ 325 2, 13 | presumes that he can obtain glory without merits, or pardon 326 2, 17 | saints implies not only glory of ~the soul but also glory 327 2, 17 | glory of ~the soul but also glory of the body. Now the souls 328 2, 17 | heaven, look yet for the glory of their bodies (Apoc. 6: 329 2, 17 | for Him to hope for the glory of ~impassibility and immortality, 330 2, 17 | object of which is not the glory of the body but the enjoyment ~ 331 2, 17 | principal object is the glory of the soul, which consists 332 2, 17 | enjoyment of God, and not the glory of the body. Moreover, although ~ 333 2, 17 | Moreover, although ~the glory of the body is something 334 2, 17 | not so for one who has the glory of the soul; both ~because 335 2, 17 | soul; both ~because the glory of the body is a very small 336 2, 17 | thing as compared with the ~glory of the soul, and because 337 2, 17 | because one who has the glory of the soul has ~already 338 2, 17 | sufficient cause of the glory of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 339 2, 18 | reason of the perfection of glory. ~Therefore the avoidance 340 2, 18 | according to Rm. 5:2, "we . . . ~glory in the hope of the glory 341 2, 18 | glory in the hope of the glory of the sons of God." Therefore 342 2, 19 | than not to hope to receive glory from Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 343 2, 20 | pardon without ~repenting, or glory without merits. This presumption 344 2, 20 | sins, and that He gives glory to those who cease from 345 2, 20 | miseriam] which is contrary to glory. ~Therefore presumption 346 2, 20 | owing to a great desire for ~glory, that a man attempts things 347 2, 20 | in the hope of obtaining glory without merits, or ~pardon 348 2, 20 | him or exclude him from glory, however much he might ~ 349 2, 22 | according to Ps. 105:1: "Give glory to the Lord ~for He is good." 350 2, 23 | in gratuitous gifts, that glory is ~proportionate to grace. 351 2, 23 | In ~like manner grace and glory are referred to the same 352 2, 23 | else than a beginning of glory in us. But charity and nature 353 2, 24 | them to endure, to give glory to God and ~be useful to 354 2, 24 | natural gifts, unto God's glory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[25] A[ 355 2, 25 | away, but perfected, by glory. Now ~the order of charity 356 2, 27 | grieves for the delay of ~glory, is connected with the hindrance 357 2, 30 | intended, even as human glory, if not intended, does not 358 2, 34 | rejoices us, and again his glory, without any sin of envy, ~ 359 2, 34 | those who love ~honor and glory are more envious." Therefore 360 2, 36 | vainglory to seek one's own glory. And just as people are 361 2, 42 | and as to the capacity for glory. Nor does it ~matter whether 362 2, 43 | mortal ~sin. For saints glory chiefly in such things as 363 2, 43 | according to 2 Cor. 1:12: "Our glory is this, the testimony ~ 364 2, 43 | conscience." Now one ought not to glory in one's wisdom, according ~ 365 2, 43 | 23: "Let not the wise man glory in his wisdom." Therefore ~ 366 2, 43 | wisdom the saints do not glory, according to Prov. 30:2: " 367 2, 43 | not with Me": But they do glory in Divine wisdom according 368 2, 56 | preach the Gospel, it is no glory to me, for a necessity lieth 369 2, 62 | unhappiness of this life to ~the glory of heaven. Since then it 370 2, 62 | be received by God into glory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 371 2, 67 | Whatever is opposed to the glory of God is a mortal ~sin, 372 2, 67 | precept to "do all to the glory of God" (1 ~Cor. 10:31). 373 2, 67 | 10:31). Now it is to the glory of God that the accused 374 2, 67 | to ~Achan, "My son, give glory to the Lord God of Israel, 375 2, 71 | lessen one's neighbor's glory. Nor does it follow from ~ 376 2, 73 | and in his own eyes the glory of a good ~conscience, according 377 2, 73 | according to 2 Cor. 1:12, "Our glory is this, the testimony ~ 378 2, 73 | his own eyes, he loses the glory of his ~conscience through 379 2, 79 | 10:31): "Do all to the glory of ~God." Now it belongs 380 2, 79 | preach the ~Gospel, it is no glory to me: a necessity lieth 381 2, 79 | but for the sake of His glory, and on account ~of its 382 2, 79 | He is of Himself full of glory to which no creature can 383 2, 81 | acquisition of grace and glory, which God alone gives, ~ 384 2, 81 | Lord will give grace and glory." But in the ~second way 385 2, 81 | first, by our willing the glory of God, secondly, by willing 386 2, 81 | by willing to ~enjoy His glory. The first belongs to the 387 2, 81 | which we ask to come ~to the glory of His kingdom.~Aquin.: 388 2, 81 | the diffusion of God's glory among men. When we say, " 389 2, 81 | save that of the body's glory, and for this they pray. 390 2, 81 | to "do all things to the glory of God" (1 Cor. ~10:31). 391 2, 87 | also works for ~His own glory and for our good.~Aquin.: 392 2, 89 | sung, namely, for God's glory: and this is ~enough to 393 2, 91 | worship is that man may give glory to God, and submit to Him 394 2, 91 | may do conducing to God's glory, and ~subjecting his mind 395 2, 91 | not conducive to ~God's glory, nor raise man's mind to 396 2, 91 | done is done ~for God's glory: and this excludes the excess 397 2, 92 | says: "They changed the ~glory of the incorruptible God 398 2, 98 | to be compared with ~the glory to come, that shall be revealed 399 2, 101 | from praise, as also from glory. Now ~praise and glory consist 400 2, 101 | from glory. Now ~praise and glory consist of external things. 401 2, 101 | 103] A[1] R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~Glory is the effect of honor and 402 2, 101 | knowledge of many. The word "glory" signifies this, for "glory" 403 2, 101 | glory" signifies this, for "glory" is the ~same as {kleria}, 404 2, 101 | Rm. 16:27 observes ~that glory is "clear knowledge together 405 2, 101 | according to ~the hope of glory of the children of God": 406 2, 107 | I should have a mind to glory, I shall not be foolish: 407 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Gain or glory is the remote end of the 408 2, 110 | might show the riches of the glory" and "of his kingdom, and 409 2, 110 | frequently aims at obtaining glory through ~his boasting, and 410 2, 110 | not only for the sake of glory, but also for ~the sake 411 2, 110 | sometimes ~for the sake of glory or honor, sometimes for 412 2, 110 | outward ~deeds so to seek the glory of their author, that they 413 2, 110 | which is contrary to God's glory - thus it is said in the 414 2, 110 | boasts for the sake of glory or honor." Yet it is not 415 2, 110 | To boast for the sake of glory or gain seen to involve 416 2, 111 | because by both do men ~seek glory.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] A[ 417 2, 115 | of others, or for God's glory. Thus ~it derives a certain 418 2, 122 | of ~eternity through the glory of martyrdom." Therefore 419 2, 122 | obtained by ~God's grace the glory of martyrdom which others 420 2, 122 | conducive to the acquisition of glory through the baptismal ~grace, 421 2, 122 | faith in Christ gives the glory of martyrdom to those who ~ 422 2, 127 | fast the confidence and glory of hope unto ~the end." 423 2, 130 | inquiry:~(1) Whether desire of glory is a sin?~(2) Whether it 424 2, 130 | 1 ~Whether the desire of glory is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 425 2, 130 | seems that the desire of glory is not a sin. For no one 426 2, 130 | children." Now by seeking glory man ~seems to imitate God, 427 2, 130 | to imitate God, Who seeks glory from men: wherefore it is 428 2, 130 | have created him for ~My glory." Therefore the desire for 429 2, 130 | Therefore the desire for glory is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 430 2, 130 | sin. Now the desire of glory incites men to do good. 431 2, 130 | Tusc. Quaest. i) that "glory inflames every man to strive 432 2, 130 | utmost": ~and in Holy Writ glory is promised for good works, 433 2, 130 | patience in good work . . . glory and ~honor" [*Vulg.: 'Who 434 2, 130 | them indeed who . . . seek glory and honor and incorruption, 435 2, 130 | Therefore the desire for glory is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 436 2, 130 | De Invent. Rhet. ii) that glory is ~"consistent good report 437 2, 130 | Maximin. iii), viz. that ~glory is, "as it were, clear knowledge 438 2, 130 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Glory signifies a certain clarity, 439 2, 130 | display: ~wherefore the word glory properly denotes the display 440 2, 130 | it follows that the word glory ~properly denotes that somebody' 441 2, 130 | But if we take the word glory in a broader sense, it not 442 2, 130 | men." Hence the desire for glory does not, of itself, denote 443 2, 130 | desire for empty or vain glory denotes a sin: for it is ~ 444 2, 130 | A[1] Body Para. 3/3~Now glory may be called vain in three 445 2, 130 | thing for which one seeks glory: as when a man seeks glory 446 2, 130 | glory: as when a man seeks glory for that which ~is unworthy 447 2, 130 | that which ~is unworthy of glory, for instance when he seeks 448 2, 130 | of him from whom he seeks glory, ~for instance a man whose 449 2, 130 | the man himself who seeks glory, for that he does not refer 450 2, 130 | refer the desire of ~his own glory to a due end, such as God' 451 2, 130 | evident that God ~seeks glory, not for His own sake, but 452 2, 130 | may ~rightly seek his own glory for the good of others, 453 2, 130 | God is not vain but true glory: ~it is this glory that 454 2, 130 | true glory: ~it is this glory that is promised as a reward 455 2, 130 | He that glorieth let him glory in ~the Lord, for not he 456 2, 130 | through desire for human glory, as also through the desire 457 2, 130 | deeds for ~the sake of human glory, as Augustine proves (De 458 2, 130 | beware of the desire for ~glory, since it enslaves the mind, 459 2, 130 | above (Q[103], A[1], ad 3), glory is an effect ~of honor and 460 2, 130 | follows that it also is about glory: seeing that as a man ~uses 461 2, 130 | moderately, so too does he use glory in moderation. Wherefore ~ 462 2, 130 | Wherefore ~inordinate desire of glory is directly opposed to magnanimity.~ 463 2, 130 | much of little things as to glory in them is ~itself opposed 464 2, 130 | inconsistent with magnanimity to glory ~in things that are not; 465 2, 130 | magnanimity for a man to glory in the testimony of ~human 466 2, 130 | of excess, ~because the glory which he seeks is something 467 2, 130 | 8): "I ~will not give My glory to another," and (1 Tim. 468 2, 130 | the only ~God be honor and glory." Therefore vainglory is 469 2, 130 | against the love of human glory he does not perceive its 470 2, 130 | received, why dost thou glory, as if thou hadst not received 471 2, 130 | Let not the wise man glory in his ~wisdom, and let 472 2, 130 | and let not the strong man glory in his strength, and let 473 2, 130 | and let not the ~rich man glory in his riches. But let him 474 2, 130 | But let him that glorieth glory in this, ~that he understandeth 475 2, 130 | 43): "For they loved the glory of men more than the glory ~ 476 2, 130 | glory of men more than the glory ~of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 477 2, 130 | refers his intention to glory as his last ~end: so that 478 2, 130 | faith, if the heart desires glory more than it fears or loves 479 2, 130 | you believe, who receive glory one ~from another, and the 480 2, 130 | one ~from another, and the glory which is from God alone, 481 2, 130 | however, the love of human glory, though it be vain, be not ~ 482 2, 130 | intention of him that seeks glory, it is not a mortal but 483 2, 130 | belongs to God alone. For the glory due to God alone ~differs 484 2, 130 | alone ~differs from the glory due to a virtuous or rich 485 2, 130 | seem to take precedence of glory, for this ~is its effect. 486 2, 130 | appetible good, since human glory is ~apparently a frail thing, 487 2, 130 | whereby man ~acquires honor, glory seems to be the most conducive 488 2, 130 | Wherefore, just as by the glory ~which is in God's sight 489 2, 130 | Divine things, so too by ~the glory which is in the sight of 490 2, 130 | stand in relation ~to glory as the causes from which 491 2, 130 | which it proceeds, so that glory is compared ~to them as 492 2, 130 | gain, ~but more often to glory and honor, and thus it is 493 2, 139 | for ~riches or for worldly glory: wherefore it is written ( 494 2, 140 | seemingly opposed to honor and glory. Now ~honor is due to excellence, 495 2, 140 | above (Q[103], A[1]), and glory ~denotes clarity (Q[103], 496 2, 142 | Ps. 51:3, ~"Why dost thou glory in malice?" Therefore shamefacedness 497 2, 142 | just as the clarity of glory consists ~in a person being 498 2, 143 | which is ~characteristic of glory: whereas the honest regards 499 2, 143 | honor. Since then honor and glory differ, as stated above ( 500 2, 143 | above (Q[103], A[1], ad 3), glory is the effect ~of honor:


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