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1 1, 20 | from his more excellent ~gift of charity; but John more, 2 1, 20 | marcoe] are a greater gift to a poor man than to a 3 1, 21 | may be said to bestow a gift. Hence the Apostle calls ~ 4 1, 32 | Incarnate ~Son, and by the gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 5 1, 33 | of eternal glory by the gift of grace which they have 6 1, 36 | Ghost, but also the Love and Gift of God. ~Concerning the 7 1, 38 | NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT (TWO ARTICLES)~There now 8 1, 38 | the consideration of the Gift; concerning which there ~ 9 1, 38 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether "Gift" can be a personal name?~( 10 1, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: 11 1, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "Gift" is not a personal name. 12 1, 38 | in God. But the name of "Gift" does ~not import a distinction 13 1, 38 | Ghost is so given as God's Gift, that He also gives ~Himself 14 1, 38 | Himself as God." Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 15 1, 38 | the ~divine essence is the Gift which the Father gives to 16 1, 38 | De Trin. ix). Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 17 1, 38 | the divine persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both 18 1, 38 | it is given. Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 19 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "Gift" imports relation to the 20 1, 38 | and "Son." Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 21 1, 38 | nothing but flesh; so the gift of the Holy Ghost is nothing 22 1, 38 | so also therefore is ~"Gift."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 23 1, 38 | I answer that, The word "gift" imports an aptitude for 24 1, 38 | be given," and can be a ~"gift."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 25 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , 26 1, 38 | distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something belonging 27 1, 38 | and more fittingly, that a gift ~must belong in a way to 28 1, 38 | xxix); and in that sense "gift" is the ~same as "the giver," 29 1, 38 | slave; and in that sense gift is ~essentially distinct 30 1, 38 | from the giver; and the gift of God so taken is a ~created 31 1, 38 | both. Therefore, so far as gift in this way signifies the ~ 32 1, 38 | essence is the Father's gift in the first sense, ~as 33 1, 38 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God 34 1, 38 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gift is not so called from being 35 1, 38 | divine person is called Gift from ~eternity, although 36 1, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the 37 1, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Gift is not the proper name of 38 1, 38 | Holy Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. 39 1, 38 | to us." Therefore to be Gift belongs to the Son, as well 40 1, 38 | property. But ~this word Gift does not signify a property 41 1, 38 | the Holy Ghost. Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of 42 1, 38 | He cannot be called the gift of any man, but "God's Gift" 43 1, 38 | gift of any man, but "God's Gift" only. ~Therefore Gift is 44 1, 38 | s Gift" only. ~Therefore Gift is not the proper name of 45 1, 38 | Holy Ghost, 'to be the ~Gift of God' is to proceed from 46 1, 38 | Father and ~Son. Therefore Gift is the proper name of the 47 1, 38 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, 48 1, 38 | this we must know that a gift is properly an unreturnable 49 1, 38 | has the nature ~of a first gift, through which all free 50 1, 38 | He proceeds as the first gift. Hence Augustine says (De 51 1, 38 | Trin. xv, 24): ~"By the gift, which is the Holy Ghost, 52 1, 38 | He is properly ~called Gift, although the Son, too, 53 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of belonging 54 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Before a gift is given, it belongs only 55 1, 38 | given. Therefore, because ~"Gift" does not import the actual 56 1, 38 | giving, it cannot be called a gift of ~man, but the Gift of 57 1, 38 | a gift of ~man, but the Gift of God giving. When, however, 58 1, 38 | the spirit of man, or a gift bestowed on man.~ 59 1, 39 | Image; and use is in ~the Gift." In which words he designates 60 1, 39 | and the name "Bounty" or "Gift," which is proper to the ~ 61 1, 39 | of the Holy Ghost as the Gift; and ~Augustine points to 62 1, 43 | is only according to ~the gift of sanctifying grace?~Aquin.: 63 1, 43 | not only according to the gift of sanctifying grace. For 64 1, 43 | sent ~only according to the gift of sanctifying grace, the 65 1, 43 | person is the cause why the gift of ~sanctifying grace is 66 1, 43 | is sent according to the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 67 1, 43 | sent only according to the ~gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 68 1, 43 | This, however, is not a gift of ~sanctifying grace, but 69 1, 43 | given only according to the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 70 1, 43 | within him, in the very gift itself of sanctifying grace. 71 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By the gift of sanctifying grace the 72 1, 43 | use not only the created gift itself, but ~enjoy also 73 1, 43 | place according to the gift of sanctifying grace; and 74 1, 43 | given according to the gift of grace. Nevertheless the 75 1, 43 | grace. Nevertheless the gift itself of ~grace is from 76 1, 43 | grace as also ~does the gift of prophecy and any other 77 1, 43 | certain ~ones receiving the gift of the spirit of prophecy, 78 1, 43 | person is according to the ~gift of grace. But all gifts 79 1, 43 | can be held without the gift of charity, according to 80 1, 43 | by His nature the first Gift, since ~He is Love, as stated 81 1, 43 | person Who is sent, by some gift of grace. Because ~the Holy 82 1, 43 | to the Holy Ghost by the ~gift of charity: hence the mission 83 1, 43 | proficiency in reference to the ~gift of miracles or of prophecy, 84 1, 43 | proceeds as Love, ~to be the gift of sanctification; to the 85 1, 63 | such ~creature has it as a gift of grace, and not from the 86 1, 64 | properly belongs to the gift of ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT 87 1, 76 | not by ~nature, but by a gift of Divine grace; otherwise 88 1, 76 | remedy against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 89 1, 38 | NAME OF THE HOLY GHOST, AS GIFT (TWO ARTICLES) ~There now 90 1, 38 | the consideration of the Gift; concerning which there ~ 91 1, 38 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether "Gift" can be a personal name?~( 92 1, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether "Gift" is a personal name?~Aquin.: 93 1, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that "Gift" is not a personal name. 94 1, 38 | in God. But the name of "Gift" does ~not import a distinction 95 1, 38 | Ghost is so given as God's Gift, that He also gives ~Himself 96 1, 38 | Himself as God." Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 97 1, 38 | the ~divine essence is the Gift which the Father gives to 98 1, 38 | De Trin. ix). Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 99 1, 38 | the divine persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both 100 1, 38 | it is given. Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name. ~ 101 1, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "Gift" imports relation to the 102 1, 38 | and "Son." Therefore "Gift" is not a personal name.~ 103 1, 38 | nothing but flesh; so the gift of the Holy Ghost is nothing 104 1, 38 | so also therefore is ~"Gift."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 105 1, 38 | I answer that, The word "gift" imports an aptitude for 106 1, 38 | be given," and can be a ~"gift."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 107 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The name "Gift" imports a personal distinction , 108 1, 38 | distinction , in so far ~as gift imports something belonging 109 1, 38 | and more fittingly, that a gift ~must belong in a way to 110 1, 38 | xxix); and in that sense "gift" is the ~same as "the giver," 111 1, 38 | slave; and in that sense gift is ~essentially distinct 112 1, 38 | from the giver; and the gift of God so taken is a ~created 113 1, 38 | both. Therefore, so far as gift in this way signifies the ~ 114 1, 38 | essence is the Father's gift in the first sense, ~as 115 1, 38 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Gift as a personal name in God 116 1, 38 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Gift is not so called from being 117 1, 38 | divine person is called Gift from ~eternity, although 118 1, 38 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether "Gift" is the proper name of the 119 1, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Gift is not the proper name of 120 1, 38 | Holy Ghost. ~For the name Gift comes from being given. 121 1, 38 | to us." Therefore to be Gift belongs to the Son, as well 122 1, 38 | property. But ~this word Gift does not signify a property 123 1, 38 | the Holy Ghost. Therefore ~Gift is not a proper name of 124 1, 38 | He cannot be called the gift of any man, but "God's Gift" 125 1, 38 | gift of any man, but "God's Gift" only. ~Therefore Gift is 126 1, 38 | s Gift" only. ~Therefore Gift is not the proper name of 127 1, 38 | Holy Ghost, 'to be the ~Gift of God' is to proceed from 128 1, 38 | Father and ~Son. Therefore Gift is the proper name of the 129 1, 38 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, 130 1, 38 | this we must know that a gift is properly an unreturnable ~ 131 1, 38 | has the nature ~of a first gift, through which all free 132 1, 38 | He proceeds as the first gift. Hence Augustine says (De 133 1, 38 | Trin. xv, 24): ~"By the gift, which is the Holy Ghost, 134 1, 38 | He is properly ~called Gift, although the Son, too, 135 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The name Gift involves the idea of belonging 136 1, 38 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Before a gift is given, it belongs only 137 1, 38 | given. Therefore, because ~"Gift" does not import the actual 138 1, 38 | giving, it cannot be called a gift of ~man, but the Gift of 139 1, 38 | a gift of ~man, but the Gift of God giving. When, however, 140 1, 38 | the spirit of man, or a gift bestowed on man.~ 141 1, 39 | Image; and use is in ~the Gift." In which words he designates 142 1, 39 | and the name "Bounty" or "Gift," which is proper to the ~ 143 1, 39 | of the Holy Ghost as the Gift; and ~Augustine points to 144 1, 43 | is only according to ~the gift of sanctifying grace?~Aquin.: 145 1, 43 | not only according to the gift of sanctifying grace. For 146 1, 43 | sent ~only according to the gift of sanctifying grace, the 147 1, 43 | person is the cause why the gift of ~sanctifying grace is 148 1, 43 | is sent according to the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 149 1, 43 | sent only according to the ~gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 150 1, 43 | This, however, is not a gift of ~sanctifying grace, but 151 1, 43 | given only according to the gift of sanctifying grace.~Aquin.: 152 1, 43 | within him, in the very gift itself of sanctifying grace. 153 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By the gift of sanctifying grace the 154 1, 43 | use not only the created gift itself, but ~enjoy also 155 1, 43 | place according to the gift of sanctifying grace; and 156 1, 43 | given according to the gift of grace. Nevertheless the 157 1, 43 | grace. Nevertheless the gift itself of ~grace is from 158 1, 43 | grace as also ~does the gift of prophecy and any other 159 1, 43 | certain ~ones receiving the gift of the spirit of prophecy, 160 1, 43 | person is according to the ~gift of grace. But all gifts 161 1, 43 | can be held ~without the gift of charity, according to 162 1, 43 | by His nature the first Gift, since ~He is Love, as stated 163 1, 43 | person Who is sent, by some gift of grace. Because ~the Holy 164 1, 43 | to the Holy Ghost by the ~gift of charity: hence the mission 165 1, 43 | proficiency in reference to the ~gift of miracles or of prophecy, 166 1, 43 | proceeds as Love, ~to be the gift of sanctification; to the 167 1, 64 | such ~creature has it as a gift of grace, and not from the 168 1, 65 | properly belongs to the gift of ~wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT 169 1, 75 | not by ~nature, but by a gift of Divine grace; otherwise 170 1, 75 | remedy against death in the gift of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 171 1, 94 | was ~not a merely natural gift, but a supernatural endowment 172 1, 96 | to the ~soul, but was the gift of grace. And though man 173 1, 99 | of the species, but as a gift conferred by God on the 174 1, 101 | nature, but by a supernatural gift of God. Therefore that ~ 175 1, 105 | communicates to the inferior the gift ~derived from the superior" ( 176 1, 105 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless this gift is not received so excellently 177 1, 107 | some than by others. ~Each gift is more perfectly possessed 178 1, 107 | anyone can communicate a gift, the higher grade he ~occupies, 179 1, 107 | from nature, but by the gift ~of grace; for it is not 180 1, 107 | for it is not a natural gift for one to be a bishop, 181 1, 107 | likened to each other by some gift ~of grace, just as they 182 1, 107 | include ~the third, yet the gift belonging to the "Thrones" 183 1, 107 | nature. Therefore by the gift of grace men can merit glory 184 1, 110 | yourselves, for it is the gift of God." ~Therefore man 185 2, 16 | in the Son, "Use in the Gift," i.e. ~in the Holy Ghost. 186 2, 17 | withdrawal of the supernatural gift which God had bestowed on 187 2, 63 | habituation, but only by the gift of God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 188 2, 63 | which are in us through the gift of ~grace. This, however, 189 2, 66 | reason, or again a greater gift of ~grace, which is given 190 2, 66 | Everyone hath his ~proper gift from God; one after this 191 2, 66 | another after that." Now ~one gift would not be more proper 192 2, 68 | to the gifts; for each ~gift is "a good quality of the 193 2, 68 | Likewise the definition of a gift can apply to the ~infused 194 2, 68 | infused virtues: for a gift is "an unreturnable giving," 195 2, 68 | answer that, If we speak of gift and virtue with regard to 196 2, 68 | well-doing, while the word "gift" refers to the cause from ~ 197 2, 68 | proceeds from ~one as a gift should not perfect another 198 2, 68 | Moral. ii, 26) that "the gift of the ~Holy Ghost, by coming 199 2, 68 | temptation by His sevenfold gift," said that the virtues 200 2, 68 | is "spirit" rather than "gift." For ~thus it is written ( 201 2, 68 | reason: but it is called a gift, according ~as its work 202 2, 68 | consequence, need for a gift.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 203 2, 68 | necessary for man to have the gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 204 2, 68 | inspiration, so is the gift of prophecy. Now prophecy 205 2, 68 | corresponding to fortitude, viz. the gift of fortitude; while there 206 2, 68 | as fear is set down as a gift, so ought the other three.~ 207 2, 68 | piety. Therefore, some ~gift should have been added for 208 2, 68 | when He moves them. The gift of fear ~corresponds, in 209 2, 68 | so does it belong to the gift ~of fear, to withdraw man 210 2, 68 | suitably called a virtue than a gift. But the name of piety ~ 211 2, 68 | Dei x, 1). Therefore the gift whereby a man, ~through 212 2, 68 | theological virtue, but to a gift, which withdraws us from 213 2, 68 | part of the intellect, the gift of ~understanding; on the 214 2, 68 | part of the affections, the gift of fear. Because ~the principal 215 2, 68 | the ~gifts, at least the gift of fear, accompany faith. 216 2, 68 | is possible to have one gift without another. Therefore 217 2, 68 | not to understand that one gift can ~be without another; 218 2, 68 | wisdom, it ~would not be a gift; even as temperance, without 219 2, 68 | means of His sevenfold ~gift the "Holy Ghost instructs 220 2, 68 | Gregory, in almost every gift, includes something that ~ 221 2, 68 | dignity. For the principal gift is, seemingly, that which, 222 2, 68 | to be the ~most excellent gift.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 223 2, 68 | knowledge is a more excellent gift than counsel; and yet it 224 2, 68 | knowledge is a more excellent gift than fortitude; ~and yet 225 2, 68 | speaking of charity: "No gift ~of God is more excellent 226 2, 68 | Moral. ii, 26) that "the gift of the Holy Ghost in the 227 2, 69 | eye ~being cleansed by the gift of understanding, we can, 228 2, 69 | in moderation - and by a gift, in a more excellent way, ~ 229 2, 69 | ruling of reason - and by a gift, in a ~more excellent manner, 230 2, 69 | in ~moderation - and by gift, so that, if necessary, 231 2, 69 | pertains to justice - and by a gift, so that we do ~the same 232 2, 69 | of liberality--and by a gift, so that, through reverence ~ 233 2, 69 | God" corresponds to the gift of understanding; and ~to 234 2, 69 | God," corresponds to the ~gift of wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS 235 2, 69 | poverty and mourning to the gift of fear, whereby man ~withdraws 236 2, 73 | which a man excels, is a gift of God, to Whom man ~is 237 2, 79 | perfects the intellect by the gift of wisdom, and softens the ~ 238 2, 81 | also ~something through the gift of grace, so may something 239 2, 81 | something too through the gift of grace. In this way original 240 2, 81 | FP, Q[100], A[1], was a gift of grace, conferred by God 241 2, 81 | in our first parent. This gift the first man lost by his ~ 242 2, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of Christ is greater than 243 2, 81 | Rm. 5:15, seqq). But the gift of Christ is not ~transmitted 244 2, 82 | has no ~degrees, since the gift of original justice is taken 245 2, 83 | soul, because it was God's gift to human nature, to which 246 2, 85 | of ~nature. Thirdly, the gift of original justice, conferred 247 2, 85 | defect of nature, and by the gift of original justice, ~gave 248 2, 95 | custom, or ~rather by the gift of God, paternal training 249 2, 106 | added on to his nature by a gift of grace. In this way the 250 2, 106 | justice: because ~through the gift of the Spirit we work justice, 251 2, 107 | the promise of a future gift holds no longer when it 252 2, 107 | the presentation of the gift. In this way the legal ceremonies 253 2, 109 | bestowing ~any habitual gift superadded to nature. For 254 2, 109 | addition of any gratuitous gift, though not ~without the 255 2, 109 | nature man did ~not need the gift of grace added to his natural 256 2, 109 | place without the habitual ~gift of grace, which is the principle 257 2, 109 | to be prepared for the gift of habitual grace itself. 258 2, 109 | himself to receive this gift, it is not necessary to ~ 259 2, 109 | presuppose any further habitual gift in the soul, otherwise we 260 2, 109 | presuppose a gratuitous gift of God, Who ~moves the soul 261 2, 109 | anew: hence a habitual gift is necessary, and this is 262 2, 109 | both as regards a habitual gift, and as regards the internal ~ 263 2, 109 | salvation, but that the gift of the law is enough for 264 2, 109 | God - first, a habitual gift whereby ~corrupted human 265 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The gift of habitual grace is not 266 2, 109 | restored to man ~by Christ's gift, than he had lost by Adam' 267 2, 109 | beseech God for the ~aforesaid gift of perseverance, that he 268 2, 109 | original state man received a gift whereby ~he could persevere, 269 2, 109 | Christ, many receive both the gift of grace whereby they may ~ 270 2, 109 | persevere, and the further gift of persevering," and thus 271 2, 109 | persevering," and thus Christ's gift ~is greater than Adam's 272 2, 109 | to ~persevere, with the gift of grace in the state of 273 2, 110 | Secondly, it is taken for any gift ~freely bestowed, as we 274 2, 110 | for the recompense of a gift given "gratis," ~inasmuch 275 2, 110 | receives grace: first, the gift given gratis; secondly, 276 2, 110 | the ~acknowledgment of the gift. But as regards the first, 277 2, 110 | inasmuch as a habitual gift is infused by God into the 278 2, 110 | eternal good; and thus the gift of grace is a ~quality.~ 279 2, 111 | gratuitous grace. For grace is a gift of God, as is ~clear from 280 2, 111 | leading him to God, and this gift is ~called "gratuitous grace," 281 2, 111 | secondly, as a habitual gift divinely bestowed on us.~ 282 2, 111 | is taken for the habitual gift, then again there is a ~ 283 2, 111 | the ~Apostle. For every gift vouchsafed to us by God, 284 2, 111 | when he has ~received the gift of bodily health through 285 2, 111 | gratuitous grace is the proper gift of the ~more exalted members 286 2, 112 | than its effect. Now the gift of grace surpasses ~every 287 2, 112 | ways: first, as a habitual gift of God. Secondly, as a help 288 2, 112 | prepared for receiving ~the gift of grace is an act of the 289 2, 112 | sometimes ~precedes the gift of sanctifying grace, and 290 2, 112 | obtain grace, since the ~gift of grace exceeds every preparation 291 2, 112 | Further, as knowledge is a gift of God, so is grace. But 292 2, 112 | Now grace is God's first ~gift. Hence, the man who receives 293 2, 113 | restored to man ~by the gift of grace; and hence although 294 2, 113 | Solomon received from ~God the gift of wisdom when asleep, as 295 2, 113 | Hence with equal reason the gift of sanctifying grace is 296 2, 113 | free-will; but He so infuses the gift of justifying grace that 297 2, 113 | free-will to accept the gift of grace, in such as ~are 298 2, 113 | the comparison between the gift of ~wisdom and the gift 299 2, 113 | gift of ~wisdom and the gift of justifying grace does 300 2, 113 | grace does not hold. For the gift of ~justifying grace especially 301 2, 113 | be enlightened with the gift of wisdom, even as we see ~ 302 2, 113 | natural knowledge, and by the gift of wisdom. Hence no act ~ 303 2, 113 | for justification. But the gift of wisdom ~presupposes the 304 2, 113 | absolute quantity, and thus the gift of glory is greater ~than 305 2, 113 | glory is greater ~than the gift of grace that sanctifies 306 2, 113 | quantity, and thus the gift of grace that justifies 307 2, 113 | ungodly is ~greater than the gift of glory that beatifies 308 2, 113 | beatifies the just, for the gift of ~grace exceeds the worthiness 309 2, 113 | punishment, more than the gift of glory exceeds the worthiness 310 2, 113 | Further, as wisdom is a gift of God, so also is justice. 311 2, 114 | is added a supernatural gift, ~which we call grace. But 312 2, 114 | from ~God except by His gift, which the Apostle expresses 313 2, 114 | with men we may merit a gift already received. Thus if 314 2, 114 | 1/1~I answer that, The gift of grace may be considered 315 2, 114 | the nature of a gratuitous gift, and thus it is manifest 316 2, 114 | merits a further gratuitous gift by virtue ~of the preceding 317 2, 114 | principle; but not from any gift of man. Consequently, there 318 2, 114 | everlasting ~through the gift of grace; hence condign 319 2, 1 | in Eph. 2:8: ~"It is the gift of God." Since then there 320 2, 1 | is also effected by the gift of charity, which is ~appropriated 321 2, 1 | the Holy Ghost, and by the gift of wisdom, which is ~appropriated 322 2, 4 | should deprive man of a gift of God by coming to him, 323 2, 4 | coming to him, and that a gift of God should be ~infused 324 2, 4 | consider it ~as a gratuitous gift. We must, therefore, say 325 2, 4 | For just as faith is a gift ~of God according to Eph. 326 2, 4 | English the ~corresponding 'gift' is called knowledge] and 327 2, 5 | angels were created with the gift of grace, we must needs 328 2, 5 | OBJ 2: Further, faith is a gift of Divine grace, according 329 2, 5 | faith . . . for it is the gift of God." ~Now, according 330 2, 5 | OBJ 2: Faith, which is a gift of grace, inclines man to 331 2, 5 | the demons have, is not a gift of ~grace. Rather are they 332 2, 5 | intellect needs the aid of the gift of faith in order to ~believe 333 2, 5 | articles of faith without the gift of lifeless faith.~Aquin.: 334 2, 5 | faith results from the ~gift of grace, which is not equally 335 2, 6 | Whether lifeless faith is a gift of God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 336 2, 6 | glory . . ~. for it is the gift of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 337 2, 6 | Whether lifeless faith is a gift of God?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 338 2, 6 | lifeless faith is not a gift of God. For it is ~written ( 339 2, 6 | whoever receives from God the gift of faith, is at the same ~ 340 2, 6 | living faith alone is a gift of God: and consequently ~ 341 2, 6 | which lacks ~charity is a gift of God." Now this is lifeless 342 2, 6 | Therefore lifeless ~faith is a gift of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 343 2, 6 | that lifeless faith is a gift ~of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS 344 2, 6 | yet ~he is not granted the gift of charity: even so the 345 2, 6 | of charity: even so the gift of prophecy, or ~the like, 346 2, 8 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF UNDERSTANDING (EIGHT 347 2, 8 | faith. With regard to the gift of understanding ~there 348 2, 8 | Whether understanding is a gift of the Holy Ghost?~(2) Whether 349 2, 8 | understanding which is a gift of the Holy Ghost, is only ~ 350 2, 8 | state of grace have the gift of ~understanding? ~(5) 351 2, 8 | understanding? ~(5) Whether this gift is to be found in those 352 2, 8 | the relationship of the gift of understanding to the 353 2, 8 | beatitudes corresponds to this gift?~(8) Which of the fruits?~ 354 2, 8 | Whether understanding is a gift of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 355 2, 8 | that understanding is not a gift of the Holy Ghost. ~For 356 2, 8 | man, should be called a gift of reason rather than a 357 2, 8 | of reason rather than a gift ~of understanding.~Aquin.: 358 2, 8 | Anima iii, 9,10). Now no gift of the Holy ~Ghost is called 359 2, 8 | after the will. Therefore no gift of the Holy Ghost ~should 360 2, 8 | bestowed on man is ~called the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 361 2, 8 | for which he ~requires the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 362 2, 8 | previously understood. Now a gift of ~grace does not proceed 363 2, 8 | Hence ~the supernatural gift is called after the understanding 364 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of understanding is compatible 365 2, 8 | It would seem that the gift of understanding is incompatible 366 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of understanding is merely 367 2, 8 | understanding, considered as a gift of the ~Holy Ghost, is not 368 2, 8 | understanding, considered as a gift, is not practical.~Aquin.: 369 2, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gift of understanding is something 370 2, 8 | more, therefore, is the ~gift of understanding concerned 371 2, 8 | activity. ~Therefore the gift of understanding is not 372 2, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of understanding enlightens 373 2, 8 | 71], A[6]). Therefore the gift of understanding ~is not 374 2, 8 | stated above (A[2]), the gift of understanding is not ~ 375 2, 8 | Apostle (Gal. 5:6). Hence the gift of understanding ~extends 376 2, 8 | which is perfected by the gift of understanding, ~adheres 377 2, 8 | 2: The excellence of the gift of understanding consists ~ 378 2, 8 | supernatural light of a gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 379 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of understanding is in all 380 2, 8 | It would seem that the gift of understanding is not 381 2, 8 | Moral. ii, 49) that "the gift ~of understanding is given 382 2, 8 | of mind. Therefore the ~gift of understanding is not 383 2, 8 | according to Eph. 3:17. Now the gift of ~understanding is not 384 2, 8 | xv, 27). Therefore the gift of understanding is not 385 2, 8 | ii, 49). Therefore the gift of understanding is not 386 2, 8 | of grace is ~without the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 387 2, 8 | directs man's will by the ~gift of charity, so as to move 388 2, 8 | supernatural good; so ~also, by the gift of understanding, He enlightens 389 2, 8 | 2~Therefore, just as the gift of charity is in all of 390 2, 8 | sanctifying grace, so also is the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 391 2, 8 | necessary for salvation, the gift of ~understanding never 392 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of understanding is found 393 2, 8 | It would seem that the gift of understanding is found 394 2, 8 | of charity. Therefore the gift of understanding can be ~ 395 2, 8 | no ~prophecy without the gift of understanding. But there 396 2, 8 | knew you." Therefore the ~gift of understanding can be 397 2, 8 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of understanding responds 398 2, 8 | sanctifying grace. Therefore the gift of understanding can be ~ 399 2, 8 | Therefore whoever has the gift of understanding, cometh 400 2, 8 | sanctifying grace. Therefore the gift of ~understanding cannot 401 2, 8 | of grace is ~called the gift of understanding, in so 402 2, 8 | has not yet obtained the gift of understanding, however ~ 403 2, 8 | Therefore no one has the gift of understanding without 404 2, 8 | all the conditions of a gift, ~unless the mind of man 405 2, 8 | end, which belongs to the gift of ~understanding.~Aquin.: 406 2, 8 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of understanding is distinct 407 2, 8 | It would seem that the gift of understanding is not 408 2, 8 | self-evident principles. But the gift of understanding is not 409 2, 8 | 1], A[7]). Therefore the gift of ~understanding does not 410 2, 8 | speculative or ~practical. Now the gift of understanding is related 411 2, 8 | origin of number. Now the gift of understanding is enumerated 412 2, 8 | Is. 11:2. Therefore the gift of ~understanding is distinct 413 2, 8 | The difference between the gift of understanding and ~three 414 2, 8 | is evident, since ~the gift of understanding belongs 415 2, 8 | difference between this gift of understanding and the 416 2, 8 | iii, 8], it seems that the gift of understanding differs 417 2, 8 | practical ~knowledge, while the gift of understanding belongs 418 2, 8 | that it differs from the gift of wisdom, which also ~belongs 419 2, 8 | the matter carefully, the gift of understanding is ~concerned 420 2, 8 | A[3]), and likewise, the gift of knowledge regards both ~ 421 2, 8 | and this belongs to the gift of understanding. ~Secondly, 422 2, 8 | Divine things ~belong to the gift of wisdom, but with regard 423 2, 8 | things, belongs ~to the gift of knowledge, and as to 424 2, 8 | actions, belongs to the gift of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT 425 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The gift of understanding is about 426 2, 8 | while it belongs to the ~gift of understanding to pierce 427 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The gift of understanding is related 428 2, 8 | etc., ~responds to the gift of understanding?~Aquin.: 429 2, 8 | does not respond to the gift of ~understanding. Because 430 2, 8 | to the ~appetite. But the gift of understanding belongs, 431 2, 8 | does ~not respond to the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 432 2, 8 | faith ~rather than to the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 433 2, 8 | does not respond to the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 434 2, 8 | some way, responds to the gift of ~understanding.~Aquin.: 435 2, 8 | cleanness is the ~result of the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 436 2, 8 | visions of God belongs to the gift of ~understanding; the first, 437 2, 8 | understanding; the first, to the gift of understanding in its 438 2, 8 | heaven; the second, to the gift of ~understanding in its 439 2, 8 | fruits, responds to the gift of understanding?~Aquin.: 440 2, 8 | does not respond to ~the gift of understanding. For understanding 441 2, 8 | thing is its fruit. Now the gift of ~understanding seems 442 2, 8 | fruits, responds to the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 443 2, 8 | therefore, to this kind of gift of virtue that perfects 444 2, 8 | properly responds to the ~gift of understanding is faith, 445 2, 8 | which man attains by the gift of understanding.~Aquin.: 446 2, 8 | the thing known. Hence the gift of counsel, which belongs 447 2, 9 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF KNOWLEDGE (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 448 2, 9 | We must now consider the gift of knowledge, under which 449 2, 9 | Whether knowledge is a gift?~(2) Whether it is about 450 2, 9 | 1~Whether knowledge is a gift?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[1] 451 2, 9 | that knowledge is not a gift. For the gifts of the ~Holy 452 2, 9 | Therefore ~knowledge is not a gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 453 2, 9 | Therefore knowledge is not a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[1] 454 2, 9 | 68], A[8]). Therefore one gift suffices for the perfection ~ 455 2, 9 | of one virtue. Now the gift of understanding responds 456 2, 9 | 8], A[2]). Therefore the gift of knowledge does ~not respond 457 2, 9 | that knowledge is not a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[1] 458 2, 9 | and this pertains to the gift of understanding, as stated 459 2, 9 | believed, and for this the gift of knowledge is required.~ 460 2, 9 | knowledge is likened which is a gift ~of the Holy Ghost, since 461 2, 9 | this way knowledge is a gift ~and is common to all holy 462 2, 9 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of knowledge is about Divine 463 2, 9 | It would seem that the gift of knowledge is about Divine 464 2, 9 | A[1]). Therefore the ~gift of knowledge also is about 465 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gift of knowledge is more excellent 466 2, 9 | Much more therefore is the gift of ~knowledge about Divine 467 2, 9 | this way, it is a distinct gift from ~the gift of wisdom, 468 2, 9 | distinct gift from ~the gift of wisdom, so that the gift 469 2, 9 | gift of wisdom, so that the gift of knowledge is only about 470 2, 9 | believe, belongs to the gift of knowledge, but to know ~ 471 2, 9 | with them, ~belongs to the gift of wisdom. Therefore the 472 2, 9 | of wisdom. Therefore the gift of wisdom corresponds ~more 473 2, 9 | that knowledge is a special gift, but according ~as it is 474 2, 9 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the gift of knowledge is practical 475 2, 9 | practical. ~Therefore the gift of knowledge is practical.~ 476 2, 9 | science. ~Therefore the gift of knowledge is not speculative 477 2, 9 | is a sin." Therefore the gift of ~knowledge is not speculative 478 2, 9 | practical. Therefore the gift of ~knowledge is both speculative 479 2, 9 | above (Q[9], A[8]), the gift of knowledge, like ~the 480 2, 9 | of knowledge, like ~the gift of understanding, is ordained 481 2, 9 | consequence is that the gift of knowledge also, primarily 482 2, 9 | Augustine is speaking of the gift of knowledge, in so far ~ 483 2, 9 | stated (Q[8], A[5]) about the gift of ~understanding, not everyone 484 2, 9 | who understands, has the gift of ~understanding, but only 485 2, 9 | note, with regard to the gift of knowledge, that they ~ 486 2, 9 | that they ~alone have the gift of knowledge, who judge 487 2, 9 | etc. ~corresponds to the gift of knowledge?~Aquin.: SMT 488 2, 9 | does not correspond to the gift of knowledge. For, even 489 2, 9 | suitably correspond to the gift of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 490 2, 9 | suitably correspond with the gift of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 491 2, 9 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of knowledge consists in 492 2, 9 | reckoned to correspond with the gift ~of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 493 2, 9 | he exercises through the gift of knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 494 2, 9 | said to correspond to the gift of ~knowledge.~Aquin.: SMT 495 2, 9 | correspond ~directly to the gift of wisdom: but to the gift 496 2, 9 | gift of wisdom: but to the gift of knowledge there ~corresponds, 497 2, 14 | which are ~opposed to the gift of understanding; and under 498 2, 14 | dulness is ~opposed to the gift of understanding, according 499 2, 14 | Both are opposed to the gift of understanding, whereby 500 2, 16 | 1) hope itself; (2) ~the gift of fear; (3) the contrary


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