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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | doctrine is ~based, has come down to us.~Aquin.: SMT 2 1, 1 | the merit of faith would come to an ~end), but to make 3 1, 3 | according to the words, "Come ye to Him and be ~enlightened" ( 4 1, 5 | causing, goodness and the end ~come first, both of which move 5 1, 6 | proceed to infinity, or come to some goodness which is 6 1, 7 | generation ~could never come to be, because it is impossible 7 1, 10 | word "life" ~ought not to come into the definition of eternity; 8 1, 12 | the whole object does not come under knowledge, but that 9 1, 14 | knowledge of a thing can come only through its ~proper 10 1, 14 | all eclipses that are to come. This, however, is not ~ 11 1, 14 | does not ~see those who come after him; whereas he who 12 1, 14 | that is, of things ~that come to be in some period of 13 1, 15 | they themselves neither come into being nor decay, yet ~ 14 1, 15 | even though they never come to be ~in time; and to all 15 1, 15 | their subject; for these come into being along with their ~ 16 1, 18 | external appearances we come to the ~knowledge of the 17 1, 19 | Since God wills effects to come from causes, all effects ~ 18 1, 19 | men to be saved, and to ~come to the knowledge of the 19 1, 19 | Therefore they do not come rightly under one division, 20 1, 21 | on to infinity, we must come to something that depends 21 1, 22 | which those who take counsel come by inquiry. Whence it ~is 22 1, 22 | things must of necessity come under His ordering; as all ~ 23 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 4: Grace does not come into the definition of predestination, ~ 24 1, 23 | if the same thing cannot ~come from both. It is, however, 25 1, 25 | omnipotence. For such cannot come under the divine omnipotence, 26 1, 25 | implies contradiction does not come within the scope of divine ~ 27 1, 25 | not ~have been, does not come under the scope of divine 28 1, 25 | such impossible things do ~come beneath the scope of divine 29 1, 25 | seed of man, a man must come, ~and from that of an olive, 30 1, 25 | power to do them does not come from His will, but ~from 31 1, 26 | the divine essence, ~we come to treat of the divine beatitude. 32 1, 29 | mentioned indirectly; ~and these come nearer to the truth. ~Aquin.: 33 1, 30 | the divine relations can come only from relative ~opposition. 34 1, 33 | order of our ~intelligence, come before proper terms; because 35 1, 33 | relation to the creature come after proper ~terms which 36 1, 36 | proceeds; which seems to ~come from ignorance or obstinacy. 37 1, 42 | Further, nothing that has come out from another is within. 38 1, 43 | fullness of the time ~was come, God sent His Son."~Aquin.: 39 1, 43 | anyone in time, does not come from change of the divine ~ 40 1, 43 | to Jn. ~14:23: "We will come to him and make Our abode 41 1, 43 | according to Jn. 14:23: "We will come to him, and will make Our ~ 42 1, 44 | Parmen. xxvi) that unity must come before multitude; ~and Aristotle 43 1, 44 | things in Him, some of ~which come into our mind before others.~ 44 1, 45 | which, ~some said, do not come into existence by the action 45 1, 46 | pass, and for tomorrow to come; and this cannot be without ~ 46 1, 47 | production of creatures, we come to the ~consideration of 47 1, 47 | and distinction of things come from God?~Aquin.: SMT FP 48 1, 47 | distinction of things does ~not come from God. For one naturally 49 1, 47 | and multitude of things come from ~the intention of the 50 1, 47 | another sun? [Vulg.: 'when all come of the sun']. By the knowledge 51 1, 47 | others. But whatever things come from God, ~have relation 52 1, 48 | the universe, nor does it come under the order of the ~ 53 1, 48 | existence and conservation come from one and the same source. 54 1, 49 | and due disposition can come only ~from some cause drawing 55 1, 49 | obliqueness in it does not come from the motive ~power, 56 1, 49 | cause, nevertheless we must come at last to one first common 57 1, 50 | through sensible things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~ 58 1, 51 | with them in the ~life to come. Moreover that angels assumed 59 1, 57 | the things that are ~to come hereafter, and we shall 60 1, 57 | Things which ~are yet to come have not yet a nature whereby 61 1, 58 | that which is ~perfect is come, then that which is in part 62 1, 59 | inclination to being does not come from anything superadded 63 1, 59 | perfection of a thing does not ~come from everything to which 64 1, 60 | loved, not that any good may come to it but that it may be 65 1, 60 | moral precepts of the law come of the law of ~nature. But 66 1, 62 | perfection to which it had to come by its operation.~Aquin.: 67 1, 62 | working righteously does not come ~from any contrariety or 68 1, 62 | grace. But grace ~does not come "of works," as is said Rm. 69 1, 62 | that which is ~perfect is come, then that which is in part 70 1, 63 | that to which he would have come had he stood fast." These 71 1, 63 | the angels' sin did not come of any proneness, but of 72 1, 64 | previously did not know would come to pass, as we said when 73 1, 65 | that the forms of bodies come from the angels. For ~Boethius 74 1, 65 | that are without matter come the ~forms that are in matter." 75 1, 65 | angels, we say that from them come material ~forms, not by 76 1, 66 | itself. For in the reward to come a two-fold ~glory is looked 77 1, 76 | individuating principles which ~come from the matter. Therefore 78 1, 76 | accidental disposition to come between the body and the 79 1, 77 | the same ~object would not come under different powers. 80 1, 77 | different powers, yet they come under the ~one power of 81 1, 77 | For in those things which come under one division, there 82 1, 42 | Further, nothing that has come out from another is within. 83 1, 43 | fullness of the time ~was come, God sent His Son."~Aquin.: 84 1, 43 | anyone in time, does not come from change of the divine ~ 85 1, 43 | to Jn. ~14:23: "We will come to him and make Our abode 86 1, 43 | according to Jn. 14:23: "We will come to him, and will make Our ~ 87 1, 45 | Parmen. xxvi) that unity must come before multitude; ~and Aristotle 88 1, 45 | things in Him, some of ~which come into our mind before others.~ 89 1, 46 | which, ~some said, do not come into existence by the action 90 1, 47 | pass, and for tomorrow to come; and this cannot be without ~ 91 1, 48 | production of creatures, we come to the ~consideration of 92 1, 48 | and distinction of things come from God?~Aquin.: SMT FP 93 1, 48 | distinction of things does ~not come from God. For one naturally 94 1, 48 | and multitude of things come from ~the intention of the 95 1, 48 | another sun? [Vulg.: 'when all come of the sun']. By the knowledge 96 1, 48 | others. But whatever things come from God, ~have relation 97 1, 49 | the universe, nor does it come under the order of the ~ 98 1, 49 | existence and conservation come from one and the same source. 99 1, 50 | and due disposition can come only ~from some cause drawing 100 1, 50 | obliqueness in it does not come from the motive ~power, 101 1, 50 | cause, nevertheless we must come at last to one first common 102 1, 51 | through sensible things can we come to know ~intelligible ones.~ 103 1, 52 | with them in the ~life to come. Moreover that angels assumed 104 1, 58 | the things that are ~to come hereafter, and we shall 105 1, 58 | Things which ~are yet to come have not yet a nature whereby 106 1, 59 | that which is ~perfect is come, then that which is in part 107 1, 60 | inclination to being does not come from anything superadded 108 1, 60 | perfection of a thing does not ~come from everything to which 109 1, 61 | loved, not that any good may come to it but that it may be 110 1, 61 | moral precepts of the law come of the law of ~nature. But 111 1, 63 | perfection to which it had to come by its operation.~Aquin.: 112 1, 63 | working righteously does not come ~from any contrariety or 113 1, 63 | grace. But grace ~does not come "of works," as is said Rm. 114 1, 63 | that which is ~perfect is come, then that which is in part 115 1, 64 | that to which he would have come had he stood fast." These 116 1, 64 | the angels' sin did not come of any proneness, but of 117 1, 65 | previously did not know would come to pass, as we said when 118 1, 66 | that the forms of bodies come from the angels. For ~Boethius 119 1, 66 | that are without matter come the ~forms that are in matter." 120 1, 66 | angels, we say that from them come material ~forms, not by 121 1, 67 | itself. For in the reward to come a two-fold ~glory is looked 122 1, 75 | individuating principles which ~come from the matter. Therefore 123 1, 75 | accidental disposition to come between the body and the 124 1, 76 | the same ~object would not come under different powers. 125 1, 76 | different powers, yet they come under the ~one power of 126 1, 76 | For in those things which come under one division, there 127 1, 77 | from other things which come under the same sense; for ~ 128 1, 78 | understood, other things come to be ~understood, as from 129 1, 78 | by way of discovery, we come through knowledge of ~temporal 130 1, 80 | 2: Further, things which come under one division seem 131 1, 82 | respect to those things which come under free-will: for we 132 1, 82 | properly speaking, is to come ~from one thing to the knowledge 133 1, 83 | powers of the soul ~do not come directly under the consideration 134 1, 83 | appetitive part of the soul come under the ~consideration 135 1, 83 | in the eternal types, we come back to the opinion of Plato 136 1, 84 | UNDERSTANDING (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We come now to consider the mode 137 1, 84 | ourselves. But ~universals come first as regards their nature, 138 1, 84 | imperfect and the potential come first. In this way ~the 139 1, 85 | things past; and things to ~come he cannot know by any messenger."~ 140 1, 85 | distractions. The same may also come from ~superior corporeal 141 1, 87 | so much the nearer do we come to the point of perfect 142 1, 88 | unto them, lest they also come into the place of ~torments." 143 1, 88 | understand ~whether his children come to honor or dishonor."~Aquin.: 144 1, 89 | created. Thus no forms would come into existence ~by generation; 145 1, 90 | nature through various forms come under their ~knowledge. 146 1, 96 | therefore if a hard body had come in ~contact with the soft 147 1, 96 | a harmful nature could ~come upon him unawares.~Aquin.: 148 1, 97 | this increase could not come about save by ~generation, 149 1, 97 | our first parents ~did not come together in paradise, because 150 1, 102 | all those things which ~come under the end of his government. 151 1, 102 | cause, and so on till we come to the first universal cause. ~ 152 1, 102 | cause, it must necessarily come ~back to that order as regards 153 1, 107 | name "Seraphim" does not come from charity only, but ~ 154 1, 107 | Rm. 13:3,4). After these come the "Virtues," ~which have 155 1, 107 | principalities and powers will come to an end in that ~final 156 1, 108 | subjection and service do not come from nature but ~from subsequent 157 1, 110 | such an operation does not ~come from an extrinsic principle. 158 1, 114 | certain constellations, come ~for two reasons. Firstly, 159 1, 115 | FATE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We come now to the consideration 160 1, 117 | non-subsistent; and we shall then come ~back to the opinion of 161 1, 117 | after such a ~long time, come to wish to be united to 162 2, 2 | compared with the glory to come, that shall be revealed 163 2, 3 | we await in the life to ~come, consists entirely in contemplation. 164 2, 4 | heaven": and (Mt. 25:34): "Come, ye blessed of My ~Father, 165 2, 5 | Happiness in the life to come, according to Rm. ~8:24: " 166 2, 7 | answer that, Circumstances come under the consideration 167 2, 7 | Proper accidents, however, come under the consideration 168 2, 11 | things: first that it should come last; second, that it should 169 2, 12 | of which it is an object, come under the same act; thus 170 2, 13 | taking counsel together come to something that is impossible ~ 171 2, 14 | indefinitely, because one can come to principles that are self-evident, ~ 172 2, 15 | as to those things which come under consideration after 173 2, 15 | directed to the end, they come under counsel: and ~so counsel 174 2, 16 | relation is referred need not come after. Indeed, the more ~ 175 2, 18 | derived from the end seems to come after the ~difference derived 176 2, 22 | external action that we come into contact with things.~ 177 2, 23 | rest, when it shall have come to its ~proper place: since 178 2, 29 | universality: and thus it does not come under the sensitive apprehension ~ 179 2, 30 | appetite in respect of good to come: so ~that it includes both 180 2, 32 | fly away, that others may ~come, and thou hear the whole. 181 2, 35 | because whatever things come under the exterior apprehension, 182 2, 35 | the exterior apprehension, come under ~the interior, but 183 2, 40 | which is future does not come under the ~object of sight; 184 2, 40 | Ethic. iii, 3, "when men come to an ~impossibility they 185 2, 42 | fear when ~they are yet to come, those things which give 186 2, 42 | fear when they are yet to come, but only some things, ~ 187 2, 42 | evils which, after they have come, cannot be remedied at all, 188 2, 43 | something reckoned as an evil to come, near at hand and difficult 189 2, 52 | corporeal things, ~which come under the imagination. Now 190 2, 55 | ESSENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We come now to the consideration 191 2, 55 | Trin. xii, 3): "When we come ~across anything that is 192 2, 55 | outward things right which come into human use, and are 193 2, 59 | whereas fear is for evil to come: even as pleasure is about ~ 194 2, 65 | expenditure, if he were to come in for a large sum of money, 195 2, 67 | that which is perfect is ~come, that which is in part," 196 2, 67 | apprehension of the life to come, it ~seems that charity 197 2, 68 | EIGHT ARTICLES)~We now come to consider the Gifts; under 198 2, 69 | rewards refer to the life to come.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 199 2, 69 | had save in the life to come, according to Ps. 16:15: " 200 2, 69 | rewards refer to the life to come; while Augustine (De Serm. 201 2, 69 | consummated in the life to ~come: but meanwhile they are, 202 2, 72 | opposite virtues, it would come ~to the same: since virtues 203 2, 72 | strangling, stoning, and stabbing come under the one ~species of 204 2, 75 | indefinitely: for one may come to one sin which is not ~ 205 2, 77 | deliberating reason is unable to come to ~the rescue, which is 206 2, 77 | deliberating reason can come to the ~rescue here, since 207 2, 77 | wherefore if it does not come to ~the rescue, there is 208 2, 84 | kind of origin does not come under the consideration 209 2, 84 | this kind of origin can come under the consideration 210 2, 84 | not be done that good may come of it.~ 211 2, 87 | should ~be punished seem to come under the same head. Now 212 2, 87 | 35): "That upon you may ~come all the just blood that 213 2, 91 | men to be saved, and to come to the knowledge of the 214 2, 96 | is from a virtue, cannot come under a ~precept of law. 215 2, 96 | virtue: and it does not ~come under a precept of law, 216 2, 98 | 25): "After the faith is come, we are no longer ~under 217 2, 98 | human race, which was to ~come through Christ. Now it is 218 2, 98 | salvation which was to ~come through Christ, as stated 219 2, 98 | But that salvation was to ~come not to the Jews alone but 220 2, 98 | salvation, which was to come through Christ, ~was prepared 221 2, 98 | salvation which was to ~come through Christ, as stated 222 2, 98 | transgressions, until the seed should come, to whom He made ~the promise, 223 2, 99 | the Divine Law should have come to man's assistance ~where 224 2, 99 | that the Divine law should come to man's ~assistance not 225 2, 99 | that have to be done do not come under the precept except 226 2, 100 | this life or in the life to come. And ~therefore the Divine 227 2, 100 | reason, cannot even exist, ~come under an obligation of precept; 228 2, 100 | well-being of perfect virtue, come under an admonition of counsel.~ 229 2, 100 | acts of justice especially come under the precepts ~of the 230 2, 100 | in ~sign of some favor to come: in like manner all the 231 2, 100 | saying: ~Whosoever shall come up to fight against us on 232 2, 100 | only for those things which come under the judgment of the ~ 233 2, 101 | are a shadow of things to come."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 234 2, 101 | the truth of the glory to come, which is ~not yet revealed, 235 2, 101 | shadow of the ~good things to come, not the very image of the 236 2, 101 | were a shadow of things to come (Col. 2:16,17): ~and the 237 2, 101 | of the sanctification to come. ~Nevertheless to certain 238 2, 102 | figurative of the time to come, as Jerome says on Osee 239 2, 102 | as figures of things to come, and not for the purpose ~ 240 2, 102 | Dt. ~12:5,6): "You shall come to the place which the Lord 241 2, 102 | state of the New Law to come. To the ~latter state Christ 242 2, 102 | kept unto generations to come hereafter, that they ~may 243 2, 102 | advance in virtue, ~until they come to see God, as stated in 244 2, 102 | of fulness had ~not yet come, since "the Law brought 245 2, 102 | after death harm ~might come to man through anything 246 2, 102 | 23: ~"when you shall be come into the land, and shall 247 2, 103 | are a shadow of things to come": and ~(Heb. 8:13): "In 248 2, 103 | considered as things to come. Such was ~the state of 249 2, 103 | heavenly goods as ~things to come; but in the means of obtaining 250 2, 103 | hoped for as being yet to come. Such is ~the state of the 251 2, 103 | faith in ~that which was to come. Hence, at the advent of 252 2, 103 | advent of Him Who was to come, both ~that worship ceased, 253 2, 103 | promise concerning his seed to come, in which all nations were 254 2, 103 | as this seed was yet to come, it was ~necessary to make 255 2, 103 | when" certain men ~"had come" to Antioch, Peter "withdrew 256 2, 103 | before Christ, whereas we come after Him, the same faith 257 2, 104 | the mysteries of Christ to come. On the ~other hand, the 258 2, 104 | that Christ has not yet come.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 259 2, 105 | and the widow . . . ~shall come and shall eat and be filled." 260 2, 105 | indiscriminately, they might happen to come into the hands of a few: 261 2, 105 | precepts, so as to be ready to come to one another's ~assistance: 262 2, 105 | choose; and ~thou shalt come to the priests of the Levitical 263 2, 106 | Behold the days shall come, ~saith the Lord; and I 264 2, 106 | But ~after the faith is come, we are no longer under 265 2, 106 | that which ~is perfect is come, that which is in part shall 266 2, 106 | Ghost, the Comforter, should come. ~But the Church knows not 267 2, 106 | shall the ~consummation come." But the Gospel of Christ 268 2, 106 | consummation has not yet come. ~Therefore the Gospel of 269 2, 106 | of the Holy Ghost, is to come yet, like unto another ~ 270 2, 106 | Ghost is to be expected to come at some ~other time.~Aquin.: 271 2, 106 | then shall the consummation come," refer to ~the destruction 272 2, 106 | consummation of the world will come.~ 273 2, 107 | said (Mt. 5:17): "I am not come to destroy, ~but to fulfil": 274 2, 107 | were "a shadow of things to come, but the ~body is of Christ"; 275 2, 107 | figurative of something to come. Wherefore from the ~very 276 2, 107 | is written (Mt. 11:28): "Come to Me, all you that ~labor 277 2, 108 | opposed to salvation, and come ~under the prescription 278 2, 108 | Law consists, they do not come under a precept of the ~ 279 2, 108 | goods of this world which come into use in human life, 280 2, 109 | things, viz. those we can ~come to know through the senses. 281 2, 109 | on to infinity, we must come at length to this, that 282 2, 109 | Jn. 6:44): "No man can come to Me except ~the Father, 283 2, 110 | immediately. Therefore nothing can come as a medium ~between God 284 2, 110 | corrupted, but is said to ~come into being and to be corrupted 285 2, 112 | God to hear, to learn, to come; and hence he received grace ~ 286 2, 112 | natural forms necessarily come to disposed matter, much 287 2, 112 | considered in those things which ~come to be considered by the 288 2, 112 | according to Job 9:11: "If He ~come to me, I shall not see Him; 289 2, 113 | are justified, does not come to them from ~their own 290 2, 114 | compared with the glory to come, that ~shall be revealed 291 2, 114 | and thus, also, it cannot come under the ~merit of him 292 2, 114 | already possessed cannot come under merit, since reward 293 2, 114 | increase of charity does not come under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 294 2, 114 | obtains by asking, can come under the merit of anyone 295 2, 114 | Therefore perseverance may come ~under the merit of whoever 296 2, 114 | Hence perseverance does not come under merit.~Aquin.: SMT 297 2, 114 | falls under merit does not come upon all ~alike. But temporal 298 2, 114 | figures of spiritual things to come. For the carnal people ~ 299 2, 1 | Whether anything false can come under faith?~(4) Whether 300 2, 1 | which, nevertheless, do ~not come under the assent of faith, 301 2, 1 | any creatures whatever, come under faith, in so far as ~ 302 2, 1 | Whether anything false can come under faith? ~Aquin.: SMT 303 2, 1 | that something false can come under faith. For ~faith 304 2, 1 | Now something false can come ~under hope, since many 305 2, 1 | Therefore something false ~can come under faith.~Aquin.: SMT 306 2, 1 | Therefore ~something false can come under faith.~Aquin.: SMT 307 2, 1 | Therefore nothing ~false can come under it.~Aquin.: SMT SS 308 2, 1 | Truth; so that nothing can ~come under faith, save in so 309 2, 1 | that nothing false ~can come under faith.~Aquin.: SMT 310 2, 1 | neither can anything false come under hope, for a man hopes ~ 311 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Those things which come under faith can be considered 312 2, 1 | the Spirit of truth, is ~come, He will teach you all truth." 313 2, 2 | demonstration] would ~seem to come under one head: so that 314 2, 2 | Art Thou He that ~art to come, or look we for another?" 315 2, 2 | Art Thou He that hast ~come?" but "Art Thou He that 316 2, 2 | Art Thou He that art to come?" thus saying about the 317 2, 3 | necessary for salvation come under the ~precepts of the 318 2, 4 | that which ~is perfect is come, that which is in part shall 319 2, 4 | old confessed as yet to come, as ~appears from Is. 7: 320 2, 4 | since ~all acts of virtue come under the precepts of the 321 2, 4 | thing requires not only to come first, ~but also to be connected 322 2, 5 | obtaining the happiness to come, faith is common to ~all 323 2, 5 | Jn. 15:22, "If I had not come and spoken to them, they 324 2, 6 | reason, ~hence they do not come to man's knowledge, unless 325 2, 8 | reason is perfected ~when we come to understand what hitherto 326 2, 8 | things, ~of themselves, come directly under faith, such 327 2, 8 | Son; whereas other ~things come under faith, through being 328 2, 8 | about those things which come under faith first and principally, 329 2, 9 | perfected in the life to come.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[4] 330 2, 10 | Jn. 15:22) "If I had not come, and spoken to them, they 331 2, 10 | Jn. 15:22, "If I had not come, ~and spoken to them, they 332 2, 10 | hedges; and compel them to come in." Now men enter into 333 2, 10 | idolatry, that we should ~not come in touch with idolaters 334 2, 10 | reason, ~afterwards when they come to perfect age, might easily 335 2, 10 | especially before they come to the use of reason.~Aquin.: 336 2, 10 | good after the child has come to the use ~of reason, if 337 2, 12 | demeritorious. Now in the life to come there is no state of meriting 338 2, 12 | blaspheme in ~the life to come.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[13] A[ 339 2, 13 | similar utterances they should come to sin against the Holy 340 2, 13 | world, nor ~in the world to come": and Augustine says (De 341 2, 13 | forgiven in the life to come, since it was not remitted ~ 342 2, 13 | world nor in the world to come, ~because they were punished 343 2, 13 | Romans, and in the life to come, in the pains of hell. Thus 344 2, 13 | punishment in the life to come, saying, (Ex. 32:34): "I, 345 2, 13 | Holy Ghost, nor does a man come to commit this sin all at ~ 346 2, 13 | the wicked man, when he is come into ~the depth of sins, 347 2, 16 | the life of the ~world to come." Now expectation of future 348 2, 16 | us ~by faith, whereby we come to know that we are able 349 2, 17 | can ~obtain it, so as to come to eternal life. Now whoever 350 2, 18 | from which the evil may come. ~Accordingly, in the first 351 2, 18 | in so ~far as there may come to us some evil either from 352 2, 18 | God the evil of fault can come to us, if we be separated ~ 353 2, 21 | preamble to the Law do not come under a precept of the Law. 354 2, 23 | that something ~must needs come which was not there before. 355 2, 23 | Afterwards, however, when they come to feel this ~onslaught 356 2, 24 | In ~the last days shall come dangerous times, men shall 357 2, 24 | like imprecations which we come across in Holy Writ, ~may 358 2, 24 | our minds, for instance to come to their assistance in a 359 2, 25 | Lk. 14:26: "If any ~man come to Me and hate not his father, 360 2, 25 | to Lk. 14:26: "If any man come to Me, and hate not his 361 2, 25 | some are close to God, can come and go, ~increase and decrease, 362 2, 28 | these are praiseworthy and come from the same disposition 363 2, 30 | and to support ~the lame, come to the same as visiting 364 2, 30 | and of that which ~is to come," and he says this because 365 2, 31 | fraternal correction does not come under ~any precept of the 366 2, 31 | content that his creditor come to him, but he should seek 367 2, 31 | without ~waiting for him to come to us, but by taking proper 368 2, 31 | not do evil ~that good may come of it. Therefore, in like 369 2, 32 | Lk. 14:26): "If any man come to Me, and hate not his ~ 370 2, 32 | such an evil must needs come last. This hatred ~is vicious, 371 2, 33 | matters of difficulty which come under ~the counsels, is 372 2, 34 | good. Now this sorrow may come about in four ways. First, 373 2, 34 | comparison with the goods to come, which are prepared for 374 2, 37 | 1): "Just as those who come back to the Church ~after 375 2, 37 | from the fact that if he come back to the Church, he ~ 376 2, 38 | untoward tidings had frequently come from the Saracen side, some 377 2, 38 | that the Saracens would come to the port of Rome secretly 378 2, 38 | death of the Lord, until He come." ~Wherefore it is unbecoming 379 2, 38 | concealing his purpose ~lest it come to the enemy's knowledge, 380 2, 38 | saying: "Whosoever shall come up against us to fight on ~ 381 2, 41 | beneficence, among which some come under the head of injustice, 382 2, 41 | downfall: hence it cannot come under the head ~of scandal.~ 383 2, 41 | needs be that scandals ~come." Therefore scandal is not 384 2, 41 | 7:18). But scandal may come ~from a sense of dutifulness, 385 2, 41 | must needs be that scandals come," are to ~be understood 386 2, 41 | must needs be that scandals come, so long as men ~fail to 387 2, 41 | Thess. 2:18: "We would have come ~to you, I Paul indeed, 388 2, 41 | in such words or deeds as come to the knowledge ~of others, 389 2, 42 | the mode of love does not come under those precepts ~which 390 2, 42 | Lk. 15:26): "If any man ~come to Me, and hate not his 391 2, 42 | the ~order of charity must come under the precept.~Aquin.: 392 2, 44 | despair of the life to ~come"; thus he divides folly 393 2, 45 | been baptized but have not come to the use of ~reason, there 394 2, 45 | whereas in those who have come to the use of reason, it 395 2, 49 | seminal force, and yet they come under the ~order of a higher 396 2, 53 | Tim. 1:17, "When he was come to Rome, he carefully sought ~ 397 2, 57 | injury on himself, it ~may come under the head of some other 398 2, 58 | justice; secondly, that it come ~from one who is in authority; 399 2, 60 | since all ~possessions come under the head of the useful. 400 2, 60 | matters of restitution seem to come under one head. ~Now a man 401 2, 61 | of James, 'If there shall come into your assembly a ~man 402 2, 62 | not be done that good may come" (Rm. ~3:8) or that evil 403 2, 64 | that out of them he may come ~to the aid of those who 404 2, 65 | Dt. 17:9): "Thou shalt come to the priests of the Levitical ~ 405 2, 65 | sometimes the crime may ~come to the judge's knowledge 406 2, 66 | which he ~cannot prove, and come to an understanding with 407 2, 66 | process of accusation, if it come to his knowledge that the 408 2, 68 | them known as soon as they come to our ~knowledge, for instance 409 2, 69 | those who are passing along come to the ~man's aid, and therefore 410 2, 71 | life. In the last ~place come external goods, among which 411 2, 71 | uttered against a person to come to his knowledge through ~ 412 2, 75 | measures of things that come ~into human use are not 413 2, 75 | knowing that many will come after him ~carrying wheat; 414 2, 77 | doing good and avoiding evil come to the same, with regard 415 2, 80 | from whence help shall come to me: my help is from the 416 2, 81 | Is. 65:24, "And ~it shall come to pass, that before they 417 2, 81 | prayer does not seem to come under a necessity of precept, 418 2, 81 | necessity of precept, but to ~come from the mere will, since 419 2, 81 | Memor. vii, 2), ~"many have come to an evil end; honors, 420 2, 81 | hallowed," for "His kingdom to come," and for "His will to be 421 2, 81 | second thus: "Thy kingdom come," by which we ask to come ~ 422 2, 81 | come," by which we ask to come ~to the glory of His kingdom.~ 423 2, 81 | When we say, "Thy kingdom come, ~we do not imply that God 424 2, 81 | that kingdom, that it may come to us, and that ~we may 425 2, 81 | fulfilled in the life to come; while the other four, according 426 2, 81 | ask that His kingdom may come, so that we become meek ~ 427 2, 81 | chiefly to this - that we come to the knowledge of His ~ 428 2, 81 | save for ever them that come to God by Him, always living 429 2, 81 | such like prayer should ~come to the knowledge of the 430 2, 81 | voice, so that they may come to the knowledge of ~all.~ 431 2, 82 | prophet Nathan, when he was come in to king David, ~"worshiped 432 2, 82 | 34), and is expected to come from the east, according 433 2, 84 | Lord thy God, that I am come into the land, for which 434 2, 85 | perfection which was to ~come through Christ was to be 435 2, 85 | Wherefore tithes do not come under a ~tax, nor are they 436 2, 85 | material, ~wherefore they may come to be used by anyone, and 437 2, 86 | are quite useless, do not come under the head of a better 438 2, 86 | hands, whosoever shall first come forth out ~of the doors 439 2, 86 | altogether fixed for ~the time to come, as does the will of one 440 2, 87 | necessary matters, ~and such as come under the investigation 441 2, 87 | subjects in matters that come under his authority: for ~ 442 2, 90 | worship of God. The former come under the head of ~superstition, 443 2, 90 | and certain observances come under the head of ~superstition, 444 2, 91 | foreshadowed as things to come: just as it would be pernicious 445 2, 92 | Para. 5/5~Now all these come under the head of the superstition 446 2, 93 | Show the things that are to come hereafter, and we shall 447 2, 93 | blood, the dead seem to come to life, to divine and to ~ 448 2, 93 | popular" trials, seem to come under the head of sortilege, 449 2, 93 | observing the result one may come ~to the knowledge of something 450 2, 93 | given to ~two; should two come to you, neither of whom 451 2, 94 | only as signs, so that they come under the head of "compact 452 2, 94 | trickery, wherefore they ~come under the head of explicit 453 2, 94 | presages of good or evil to come. Therefore it ~seems not 454 2, 94 | certain signs of sickness to come, which physicians lawfully 455 2, 95 | contrary thereto, so that they ~come under the head of irreligion. 456 2, 96 | afterwards other citizens come on ~the scene who did not 457 2, 97 | and honored. After these come things connected with ~the 458 2, 98 | compared with ~the glory to come, that shall be revealed 459 2, 99 | like instance, all of which come under the head of service 460 2, 99 | Lk. 14:26): "If any ~man come to Me, and hate not his 461 2, 102 | virtue, in so far as they come under a precept, ~belong 462 2, 102 | though an act of virtue come under a precept, one may ~ 463 2, 102 | virtue is faith, whereby we come to know the sublime ~nature 464 2, 106 | descend on those who were come to seize him (4 ~Kgs. 1); 465 2, 108 | aloft by force, lest it come down in ~accordance with 466 2, 109 | Peter [Vulg.: 'Cephas'] was come to ~Antioch: - The example 467 2, 109 | appearance of those who come on to the stage with a disguised ~ 468 2, 109 | 16, "No hypocrite shall come before His ~presence." Therefore 469 2, 115 | own use, and would seem to come under the designation of 470 2, 116 | Polit. i, 6). External goods come under the ~head of things 471 2, 116 | good. And riches, as ~such, come under the head of useful 472 2, 120 | not only as to the life to come, but also as to the present 473 2, 120 | and of that which is to come." And with reason. Because 474 2, 120 | with ~adultery: those that come under the head of damage 475 2, 121 | the future, which seems to come under the notion of daring. 476 2, 121 | the like, do not seem to come on ~a man through his pursuing 477 2, 121 | death which occur in battle come to man directly on account 478 2, 121 | upon danger as something to come; and it is more difficult 479 2, 121 | saying (De Offic. i): "Now we come to treat of fortitude, which 480 2, 122 | obtain invisible goods to come. Now so long as a man retains 481 2, 122 | of the faith whereby we come ~to know that God requires 482 2, 127 | Para. 2/2~The things which come into man's use are external 483 2, 127 | opinion, and since one may come to have a strong opinion 484 2, 129 | James 2:2,3: "If there shall come into your assembly a man ~ 485 2, 134 | for the sake of goods to ~come, which are desired in accordance 486 2, 138 | were to be ~taught how to come to the possession of eternal 487 2, 138 | pertaining to ~excellence come under the counsels of perfection 488 2, 143 | that is money." Now riches ~come under the head of honesty, 489 2, 148 | wilt ~have mercy, that it come not near me. But full feeding 490 2, 151 | through hope of the glory to come, which hope is removed by 491 2, 152 | 21): "Lest again, when I ~come, God humble me among you, 492 2, 152 | mortal sin. For ~things that come under the same head would 493 2, 152 | male and female, that these come together not indeterminately, ~ 494 2, 152 | with her, and the matter come to judgment: ~he that lay 495 2, 152 | injustice. Sacrilege may also come ~under the head of anger, 496 2, 159 | difficulties and hardships that come in our way, ~and this belongs 497 2, 160 | resemblance and pretense come after the reality. Now the ~ 498 2, 163 | like manner it should have come upon the woman ~through 499 2, 166 | with him in the ~life to come.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[168] A[ 500 2, 167 | outward attire does not come from nature, it ~belongs


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