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St. Thomas Aquinas
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501 2, 18 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF FEAR (TWELVE ARTICLES)~ 502 2, 18 | We must now consider the gift of fear, about which there 503 2, 18 | fear?~(9) Whether fear is a gift of the Holy Ghost?~(10) 504 2, 18 | contrary, Servile fear is a gift of the Holy Ghost, as stated ~ 505 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Whether fear is a gift of the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 506 2, 18 | seem that fear is not a gift of the Holy Ghost. For no ~ 507 2, 18 | the Holy Ghost. For no ~gift of the Holy Ghost is opposed 508 2, 18 | Therefore fear is not a gift ~of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 509 2, 18 | Therefore fear is not a gift, but a theological virtue.~ 510 2, 18 | be said that ~fear is a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 511 2, 18 | Arb. ~xviii), "that is a gift of God" - for it was by 512 2, 18 | beatitude corresponding to the gift of ~fear? ~Aquin.: SMT SS 513 2, 18 | beatitude ~corresponding to the gift of fear. For fear is the 514 2, 18 | does not correspond to the gift of fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS 515 2, 18 | mourning corresponds to ~the gift of fear, rather than the 516 2, 18 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of fear corresponds to the 517 2, 18 | beatitude corresponds to the gift of fear, rather than poverty 518 2, 18 | fruits correspond to the ~gift of fear. Neither, therefore, 519 2, 18 | submission belongs to the gift of fear. Now ~from the very 520 2, 18 | things ~correspond to the gift of fear, which pertain to 521 2, 22 | 2) the corresponding gift of wisdom. The first consideration 522 2, 22 | possession of some ~other gift of God, whether faith, or 523 2, 23 | should lose charity. For the gift of ~perseverance is reckoned 524 2, 25 | it is for this that the gift of charity is ~bestowed 525 2, 29 | a man ~makes some great gift, while yet desiring to keep 526 2, 29 | as regards the outward gift, the ~act of beneficence 527 2, 30 | since ~it is a spiritual gift, which surpasses a corporal 528 2, 30 | which surpasses a corporal gift, according to ~Prov. 4:2: " 529 2, 30 | I will give you a good gift, forsake not My Law." Secondly, ~ 530 2, 43 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF WISDOM (SIX ARTICLES)~ 531 2, 43 | We must now consider the gift of wisdom which corresponds 532 2, 43 | Whether the wisdom that is a gift is compatible with mortal 533 2, 43 | called a virtue rather than a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 534 2, 43 | evident that wisdom is a gift of the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 535 2, 43 | wisdom which is called a gift of the Holy Ghost, ~differs 536 2, 43 | whereas it belongs to the ~gift of wisdom to judge according 537 2, 43 | Divine truth. Hence the gift of ~wisdom presupposes faith, 538 2, 43 | sufficiently perfected by the ~gift of understanding. Now it 539 2, 43 | it belongs to wisdom as a gift of the Holy Ghost to judge ~ 540 2, 43 | Consequently wisdom which is a gift, ~has its cause in the will, 541 2, 43 | perception and ~judgment. The gift of understanding regards 542 2, 43 | regards the former; the gift of ~wisdom regards the latter 543 2, 43 | to the Divine ideas, the gift of ~knowledge, according 544 2, 43 | merely ~speculative. For the gift of wisdom is more excellent 545 2, 43 | therefore is wisdom, as a gift, ~speculative and not practical.~ 546 2, 43 | Accordingly wisdom as a gift, is not merely speculative 547 2, 43 | very fact that wisdom as a gift is more excellent than wisdom 548 2, 43 | Nothing surpasses this gift of God, it is this alone 549 2, 43 | that, The wisdom which is a gift of the Holy Ghost, as stated ~ 550 2, 43 | receive a higher degree of the gift of wisdom, both as to ~the 551 2, 43 | habit of ~wisdom, which is a gift of the Holy Ghost, but they 552 2, 43 | beatitude corresponds to the gift of wisdom?~Aquin.: SMT SS 553 2, 43 | does not correspond to the ~gift of wisdom. For the seventh 554 2, 43 | fittingly ascribed to the gift ~of wisdom, both as to the 555 2, 43 | by participating in the gift of wisdom, man ~attains 556 2, 43 | unites itself to us by the gift of charity, and consequently ~ 557 2, 43 | infused wisdom which is a gift, is not the cause but the ~ 558 2, 43 | belongs to wisdom, as a gift, not ~only to contemplate 559 2, 43 | above" (and this is the gift of the Holy Ghost) ~"first 560 2, 44 | Moral. ii, 26) that "the gift of wisdom ~is given as a 561 2, 45 | thirdly, the corresponding gift; ~fourthly, the contrary 562 2, 47 | understanding which is a gift of the Holy Ghost, is a ~ 563 2, 49 | due to practice or to a gift of grace, and this in two 564 2, 50 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF COUNSEL (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 565 2, 50 | We must now consider the gift of counsel which corresponds 566 2, 50 | Ghost?~(2) Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to 567 2, 50 | prudence?~(3) Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~( 568 2, 50 | etc. ~corresponds to the gift of counsel?~~Aquin.: SMT 569 2, 50 | this is done through the gift of counsel, ~whereby man 570 2, 50 | D, 24]. Accordingly the gift of counsel ~is befitting 571 2, 50 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of counsel corresponds to 572 2, 50 | It would seem that the gift of counsel does not fittingly ~ 573 2, 50 | between, it seems that the gift corresponding to prudence 574 2, 50 | not ~counsel, but rather a gift of judgment or command.~ 575 2, 50 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, one gift suffices to help one virtue, 576 2, 50 | prudence is ~helped by the gift of knowledge, which is not 577 2, 50 | 9], A[3]). Therefore the gift of counsel ~does not correspond 578 2, 50 | But it belongs to the gift of counsel that man ~should 579 2, 50 | above (A[1]). Therefore the gift of ~counsel does not correspond 580 2, 50 | 1/1~On the contrary, The gift of counsel is about what 581 2, 50 | and this belongs to the gift of counsel, as stated above ~( 582 2, 50 | above ~(A[1]). Therefore the gift of counsel corresponds to 583 2, 50 | be unfitting to call ~the gift corresponding to prudence 584 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The gift of knowledge does not directly 585 2, 50 | it. On the other hand the gift of counsel corresponds ~ 586 2, 50 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of counsel remains in heaven?~ 587 2, 50 | It would seem that the gift of counsel does not remain 588 2, 50 | last end. Therefore the gift of counsel is not in ~heaven.~ 589 2, 50 | saints in heaven is the ~gift of counsel becoming.~Aquin.: 590 2, 50 | Para. 3/3~Accordingly the gift of counsel is in the blessed, 591 2, 50 | saints. In this respect the gift of counsel finds a place ~ 592 2, 50 | mercy, corresponds to the ~gift of counsel?~Aquin.: SMT 593 2, 50 | does not correspond to the gift of counsel. For all the 594 2, 50 | poverty corresponds to the gift of counsel, rather than 595 2, 50 | fruits correspond to the gift of counsel, as appears from 596 2, 50 | mercy correspond to the ~gift of counsel.~Aquin.: SMT 597 2, 50 | above all correspond to ~the gift of counsel. Now such is 598 2, 50 | specially corresponds to the gift of ~counsel, not as eliciting 599 2, 50 | Counsel considered as a gift of the Holy Ghost guides 600 2, 51 | precipitation is opposed to the gift of counsel, according to 601 2, 51 | Moral. ii, 49) that the gift of "counsel is given as 602 2, 51 | of counsel belongs to the gift of counsel and to ~the virtue 603 2, 55 | 3) Of the corresponding gift;~(4) Of the precepts relating 604 2, 58 | pronounces judgment ~through the gift of wisdom: even as the just 605 2, 60 | wherefore it is a ~mere gift rather than a restitution, 606 2, 61 | this man be worthy of this gift, is to be referred ~to his 607 2, 62 | because life is God's gift to man, and is subject to 608 2, 69 | poor: for the slightest gift you have received will be 609 2, 76 | seemingly the relation of gift to gift is the same as of ~ 610 2, 76 | the relation of gift to gift is the same as of ~loan 611 2, 79 | act of fear ~which is a gift, as stated above (Q[19], 612 2, 79 | religion is not ~a virtue but a gift~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[81] A[2] 613 2, 79 | to God is an act of the gift of fear. Now ~it belongs 614 2, 79 | religion is the same as the gift of fear, but ~that it is 615 2, 81 | of religion, but of the gift of ~understanding whereby 616 2, 81 | given to one. Now ~the chief gift of God is the Holy Ghost, 617 2, 81 | grace, as from a gratuitous gift, ~since the very act of 618 2, 81 | very act of praying is "a gift of God," as Augustine states ( 619 2, 83 | Para. 1/2 - SERVICE BY GIFT (QQ[85]-87)~OF SACRIFICE ( 620 2, 84 | If . . . thou offer thy gift ~at the altar," as though 621 2, 84 | as when a ~man offers a gift among the living, or by 622 2, 84 | priests, whether by way of gift or by way of sale.~Aquin.: 623 2, 85 | as ~these fruits are the gift of God. Wherefore tithes 624 2, 94 | gainsay." However, this gift is not granted to all, or 625 2, 98 | thou hast thought that the gift of God may be ~purchased 626 2, 98 | protestation, since by selling a gift of ~the Holy Ghost a man 627 2, 98 | the owner of a ~spiritual gift; and this is heretical. 628 2, 98 | of ~this time," nor any gift or deed of ours, "are worthy 629 2, 98 | chiefly, not in an outward gift, action or passion, but 630 2, 98 | magician wished to buy the gift of the Holy ~Ghost, in order 631 2, 98 | for the exercise of their gift of prophecy. Wicked ~prophets, 632 2, 104 | penitent. For the greater the gift one has received from God, ~ 633 2, 104 | give Him thanks. Now the gift of innocence is ~greater 634 2, 104 | because he receives a greater ~gift from God, also, absolutely 635 2, 104 | speaking, a more continuous gift, other ~things being equal. 636 2, 104 | Wherefore, although the gift bestowed ~on the innocent 637 2, 104 | absolutely, greater, yet the gift bestowed ~on the penitent 638 2, 104 | to him: even as a small gift ~bestowed on a poor man 639 2, 104 | greater to him than a great gift is to a rich ~man. And since 640 2, 104 | affection of the heart and the gift, so also must ~these things 641 2, 104 | graciously." As regards the gift, one ought to wait until 642 2, 104 | consists not in deed or gift, ~but in the disposition 643 2, 115 | is the heart that makes a gift rich or poor, and gives ~ 644 2, 119 | We must now consider the gift that corresponds to justice; 645 2, 119 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is a gift of the Holy Ghost?~(2) Which 646 2, 119 | 1/1~Whether piety is a gift?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 647 2, 119 | seems that piety is not a gift. For the gifts differ from 648 2, 119 | Therefore piety is not a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 649 2, 119 | justice ~is to be accounted a gift, it seems that religion 650 2, 119 | that religion should be a gift rather ~than piety.~Aquin.: 651 2, 119 | Therefore piety is not a ~gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] A[ 652 2, 119 | God as our Father, is a gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 653 2, 119 | but the piety that is a gift pays this to God as ~Father.~ 654 2, 119 | virtue of piety: while the gift of piety is ~greater than 655 2, 119 | to his father so by the gift of piety he pays ~worship 656 2, 119 | meek," corresponds to the ~gift of piety?~Aquin.: SMT SS 657 2, 119 | does ~not correspond to the gift of piety. For piety is the 658 2, 119 | piety. For piety is the gift corresponding ~to justice, 659 2, 119 | does not ~pertain to the gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS 660 2, 119 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gift of piety is directed by 661 2, 119 | piety is directed by the gift of knowledge, ~which is 662 2, 119 | mourn," corresponds to the gift of ~knowledge, it seems 663 2, 119 | does not correspond to the ~gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS 664 2, 119 | beatitude to the lowest gift, namely, fear, and the ~ 665 2, 119 | the special nature of each gift ~and beatitude. In this 666 2, 121 | 2) its parts; (3) the ~gift corresponding thereto; ( 667 2, 127 | he possesses through ~the gift of God; and something defective 668 2, 128 | charity, or rather to the ~gift of fear, whereby we revere 669 2, 132 | not under the aspect of gift, but rather under the ~aspect 670 2, 134 | patience, is so great a gift of God, that we even ~preach 671 2, 135 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the gift of Christ's grace is greater 672 2, 135 | that ~perseverance is a gift of God, whereby we persevere 673 2, 135 | In this way it needs the gift of habitual grace, ~even 674 2, 137 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE GIFT OF FORTITUDE (TWO ARTICLES)~ 675 2, 137 | We must next consider the gift corresponding to fortitude, 676 2, 137 | fortitude, and this is ~the gift of fortitude. Under this 677 2, 137 | Whether fortitude is a gift?~(2) Which among the beatitudes 678 2, 137 | 1~Whether fortitude is a gift?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[139] A[ 679 2, 137 | that fortitude is not a gift. For the virtues differ ~ 680 2, 137 | should not be ~reckoned a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[139] A[ 681 2, 137 | Further, the acts of the gift remain in heaven, as stated 682 2, 137 | Therefore fortitude is not a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[139] A[ 683 2, 137 | that fortitude is ~not the gift corresponding to the virtue 684 2, 137 | fortitude is reckoned a gift of the ~Holy Ghost. For 685 2, 137 | the fortitude that is a gift ~of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 686 2, 137 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The gift of fortitude regards the 687 2, 137 | difficult work. Wherefore the gift of ~fortitude is directed 688 2, 137 | fortitude is directed by the gift of counsel, which seems 689 2, 137 | justice," corresponds to the gift of fortitude?~Aquin.: SMT 690 2, 137 | does not correspond to the gift of fortitude. ~For the gift 691 2, 137 | gift of fortitude. ~For the gift of piety and not the gift 692 2, 137 | gift of piety and not the gift of fortitude corresponds 693 2, 137 | beatitude corresponds to the gift of ~piety rather than to 694 2, 137 | piety rather than to the gift of fortitude.~Aquin.: SMT 695 2, 137 | to charity, to which the gift of wisdom, and ~not the 696 2, 137 | of wisdom, and ~not the gift of fortitude, corresponds, 697 2, 137 | corresponds, not to the gift of fortitude, but ~to the 698 2, 137 | of fortitude, but ~to the gift of wisdom. ~Aquin.: SMT 699 2, 137 | for justice, to the fourth gift, namely fortitude.~Aquin.: 700 2, 137 | that fortitude which is a gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[139] A[ 701 2, 137 | correspond sufficiently ~to the gift of fortitude: namely, patience, 702 2, 139 | there is a corresponding gift, as ~appears from what we 703 2, 139 | A[4]). But seemingly no ~gift corresponds to temperance, 704 2, 139 | also has a corresponding gift, namely, fear, ~whereby 705 2, 139 | flesh with Thy fear." The gift of fear has for ~its principal 706 2, 139 | temperance: wherefore the gift of fear ~corresponds to 707 2, 152 | while asleep obtained the gift ~of wisdom from the Lord ( 708 2, 157 | directly opposed to the gift of piety.~Aquin.: SMT SS 709 2, 159 | poverty of spirit, to the gift of fear whereby ~man reveres 710 2, 159 | First and chiefly by a ~gift of grace, and in this way 711 2, 160 | 49) opposes pride to the gift of ~fear. Now fear belongs 712 2, 164 | curious: and this is a great gift that temperance bestows." 713 2, 169 | which he perceives by the gift ~of God, from that which 714 2, 169 | its presence is due to a gift." ~Hence Eliseus said of 715 2, 169 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 3: Every gift of grace raises man to something 716 2, 169 | not granted a habitual gift of grace. Secondly, a thing 717 2, 169 | and for this a ~habitual gift of grace is bestowed.~Aquin.: 718 2, 170 | nature, but through ~the gift of the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 719 2, 170 | Now it is evident that the gift of ~prophecy is from God. 720 2, 170 | from God. Therefore the gift of prophecy is vouchsafed 721 2, 170 | should be a hindrance to the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 722 2, 170 | Reply OBJ 1: Sometimes the gift of prophecy is given to 723 2, 170 | Others, however, ~receive the gift of prophecy merely for the 724 2, 170 | receiving of this or that gift. Accordingly God grants 725 2, 170 | Accordingly God grants the gift of ~prophecy to those whom 726 2, 171 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, by the gift of prophecy the Holy Ghost 727 2, 171 | Body Para. 3/7~Now the gift of prophecy confers on the 728 2, 171 | prophecy, i.e. to the prophetic gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[173] A[ 729 2, 171 | bodily things, ~had not the gift of prophecy, unless the 730 2, 172 | John"; and afterwards the gift of prophecy was in ~Christ' 731 2, 173 | bestowed on him ~in every gift of grace. Hence it is not 732 2, 174 | comparison between this gift and the grace of prophecy.~ 733 2, 174 | Whether those who received the gift of tongues spoke in every 734 2, 174 | that those who received the gift of tongues did not ~speak 735 2, 174 | 10. Now those who had the gift of ~tongues spoke better 736 2, 174 | should provide them with the gift of tongues; in order that, 737 2, 174 | might be applied by the ~gift of tongues.~Aquin.: SMT 738 2, 174 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the gift of tongues is more excellent 739 2, 174 | It would seem that the gift of tongues is more excellent 740 2, 174 | Topic. iii, 1). Now the gift of ~tongues is proper to 741 2, 174 | Christ's apostles an unwonted gift, a marvel to all time": 742 2, 174 | Therefore it would seem that the gift of ~tongues is more excellent 743 2, 174 | more excellent than the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 744 2, 174 | directed to men. Now, by the gift of ~tongues, man is directed 745 2, 174 | it would seem that the ~gift of tongues is more excellent 746 2, 174 | more excellent than the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 747 2, 174 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gift of tongues abides like a 748 2, 174 | But it is ~not so with the gift of prophecy, as stated above ( 749 2, 174 | A[2]). ~Therefore the gift of tongues would seem to 750 2, 174 | more excellent than the ~gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT 751 2, 174 | Therefore it ~seems that the gift of tongues is more excellent 752 2, 174 | more excellent than the gift of ~prophecy, particularly 753 2, 174 | 1/2~I answer that, The gift of prophecy surpasses the 754 2, 174 | of prophecy surpasses the gift of tongues, in ~three ways. 755 2, 174 | ways. First, because the gift of tongues regards the utterance 756 2, 174 | Gen. ad lit. xii, 8) the gift of tongues to an ~imaginary 757 2, 174 | Q[173], ~A[2]) that the gift of prophecy consists in 758 2, 174 | more excellent than the ~gift of tongues considered in 759 2, 174 | itself. Secondly, because the gift of ~prophecy regards the 760 2, 174 | knowledge of words, to which the gift of tongues pertains.~Aquin.: 761 2, 174 | 2/2~Thirdly, because the gift of prophecy is more profitable. 762 2, 174 | which ~pertains to the gift of prophecy, his own mind 763 2, 174 | whose especial benefit the ~gift of tongues seems to have 764 2, 174 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By the gift of prophecy man is directed 765 2, 174 | wherefore it is the more perfect gift.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 766 2, 174 | on the other hand, the gift of ~tongues is confined 767 2, 174 | speeches is reducible to the gift of ~prophecy, inasmuch as 768 2, 174 | more excellent than the ~gift of tongues, as appears from 769 2, 174 | speeches is ~placed after the gift of tongues, because the 770 2, 175 | it would seem that ~the gift of the word is not a gratuitous 771 2, 175 | those pertaining to the gift of wisdom ~or of knowledge. 772 2, 175 | people, which pertains to the gift of tongues, but also ~speaks 773 2, 176 | knowledge of others through the gift of tongues and the grace 774 2, 176 | is wicked, because "this gift ~alone of the Holy Ghost 775 2, 185 | to receive it as a ~free gift and not as a right this 776 2, 186 | ways: in one way by the gift only of ~God, as in the 777 3, 1 | the offense, so also the gift . . . ~For judgment indeed 778 3, 2 | secondly, as the free gift of God. Now human nature 779 3, 2 | grace ~be taken as the free gift of God, then the fact that 780 3, 2 | the grace, i.e. the ~free gift of God, of being united 781 3, 2 | soul was filled with the ~gift of grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP 782 3, 3 | natural sonship, and by the gift of the Holy Ghost, ~Who 783 3, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: To be the gift of the Father and the Son 784 3, 3 | the Holy Ghost, as by ~the gift of God. And hence it was 785 3, 3 | become incarnate, Whose gift the Holy Ghost is.~ 786 3, 7 | in Christ there was the gift of fear?~(7) Whether in 787 3, 7 | in Christ there was the gift of fear?~Aquin.: SMT TP 788 3, 7 | Christ there was not the gift of fear. For ~hope would 789 3, 7 | likewise, there was not the gift of fear in Him.~Aquin.: 790 3, 7 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, by the gift of fear we fear either to 791 3, 7 | Christ there was not the gift of fear. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 792 3, 7 | Christ there was not the gift of fear.~Aquin.: SMT TP 793 3, 7 | hence ~the nature of the gift of fear regards not that 794 3, 7 | but we ~do attribute the gift of fear.~Aquin.: SMT TP 795 3, 7 | especially as regards the gift of tongues. Therefore not 796 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The gift of tongues was bestowed 797 3, 7 | in Christ there was the gift of prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT 798 3, 7 | Christ there was not the gift of prophecy. ~For prophecy 799 3, 7 | James 1:17): "Every best gift and every ~perfect gift 800 3, 7 | gift and every ~perfect gift is from above, coming down 801 3, 7 | may be expounded of the gift which God the Father from ~ 802 3, 7 | Nature, which is an infinite ~gift. Hence the comment of a 803 3, 7 | it may be referred to the gift which ~is given the human 804 3, 7 | this ~also is an infinite gift. Hence a gloss says on this 805 3, 7 | and ~this pertains to the gift of habitual grace. Hence 806 3, 8 | the grace ~of God and the gift, by the grace of one man, 807 3, 11 | whether they ~belong to the gift of wisdom or the gift of 808 3, 11 | the gift of wisdom or the gift of prophecy, or any other 809 3, 11 | of prophecy, or any other gift ~of the Holy Ghost; since 810 3, 11 | fulness of prudence by the gift of counsel, He ~consequently 811 3, 11 | it ~on the part of God's gift; but it is below the angelic 812 3, 24 | which is some gratuitous gift of God. Therefore from both 813 3, 25 | being perfected with every gift of grace. And so ~in this 814 3, 27 | a ~high degree both the gift of wisdom and the grace 815 3, 28 | in His Birth, assumed the gift ~of "subtlety," when He 816 3, 28 | and ~that He assumed the gift of "agility" when with dry 817 3, 30 | might offer to God the free gift of her obedience: ~which 818 3, 34 | from receiving from God a gift of grace at the very beginning 819 3, 37 | signify some gratuitous gift ~bestowed on them by Him; 820 3, 39 | James 1:17: "Every best gift and every perfect gift is 821 3, 39 | best gift and every perfect gift is from above, coming ~down 822 3, 39 | escape. This refers to the gift of wisdom, whereby the saints ~ 823 3, 39 | seeds. ~This refers to the gift of knowledge, whereby the 824 3, 39 | birds. This refers to the gift of counsel, with ~which 825 3, 39 | beak. This refers to the gift of understanding, wherewith 826 3, 39 | gall. ~This refers to the gift of piety, by reason of which 827 3, 39 | rock. This refers to the gift of fortitude, wherewith 828 3, 39 | song. This ~refers to the gift of fear, wherewith the saints 829 3, 44 | majesty were proclaimed, the gift of His Passion ~should be 830 3, 44 | light of wisdom, and the gift of righteousness: the ~former 831 3, 45 | that Christ assumed the gift of clarity in the ~transfiguration, 832 3, 45 | might overflow ~as to the gift of clarity and not as to 833 3, 52 | the grace of God and the gift, by the grace of one ~man, 834 3, 54 | He was departing by the gift of ~agility.~Aquin.: SMT 835 3, 66 | Holy Ghost by those ~of "Gift," "Love," and the "Proceeding 836 3, 66 | in order to receive ~the gift of the Holy Ghost, to cast 837 3, 68 | abundance of grace, and of the gift, and of justice, shall reign 838 3, 68 | mother's ~womb. For the gift of Christ is more efficacious 839 3, 68 | it be saved ~through the gift of Christ, which is bestowed 840 3, 69 | so far-reaching as the gift of Christ, which is bestowed 841 3, 69 | Apostle says (Rm. 5:15), the gift of ~Christ is farther-reaching 842 3, 69 | the present life, by ~the gift of Christ which is received 843 3, 72 | be able to receive the ~gift of the Holy Ghost." And 844 3, 84 | tasted also the heavenly gift, and ~were made partakers 845 3, 84 | illuminated, and have received the gift of the Holy Ghost. Therefore ~ 846 3, 86 | the Apostle (Rm. 5) the gift of Christ is ~more effective 847 3, 86 | more therefore, by the ~gift of grace, is the guilt forgiven 848 3, 88 | sins are taken ~away by a gift of God. Therefore the sins 849 3, 88 | though God repented His gift of ~forgiveness.~Aquin.: 850 3, 88 | innocence is a greater ~gift, than even the forgiveness 851 Suppl, 14| speaking, to lay claim to a gift, if he lack friendship. ~ 852 Suppl, 18| of the Godhead; and the gift ~of the Holy Ghost, whereby " 853 Suppl, 19| apostles ~(Jn. 20:22,23), the gift of the Holy Ghost is promised. 854 Suppl, 19| wickedness take away from us the gift which God has given through ~ 855 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The gift of the Holy Ghost is requisite 856 Suppl, 21| outward signs (thus the gift of the Holy Ghost was ~shown 857 Suppl, 25| may prize too highly the gift he receives, but a just 858 Suppl, 25| the devotion, or toil, or gift of the recipient; nor, again, 859 Suppl, 35| are given a yet greater gift of grace, whereby ~they 860 Suppl, 37| priesthood corresponds to the gift of wisdom, which feeds us ~ 861 Suppl, 39| is not a sacrament but a gift of God. Wherefore ~there 862 Suppl, 39| that she can receive the gift ~of prophecy and the like, 863 Suppl, 55| Church is upheld by God's gift and authority, ~yet in so 864 Suppl, 61| husband think little of a gift he has not ~longed to possess ( 865 Suppl, 69| done by those who lack this gift, so it is not ~unfitting 866 Suppl, 72| Take this holy sword, a gift from God," etc.~Aquin.: 867 Suppl, 72| OTC Para. 2/3~Further, the gift of Christ is greater than 868 Suppl, 72| death. Therefore by the gift of Christ man will be ~restored 869 Suppl, 73| spiritual ~death save by the gift of grace bestowed by God, 870 Suppl, 74| again from their sins to the gift of grace: while the second ~ 871 Suppl, 79| from suffering." Now the gift of impassibility consists 872 Suppl, 79| impassibility is condivided with the gift of clarity. Now the ~latter 873 Suppl, 80| grossness is removed by the gift of subtlety. But ~there 874 Suppl, 80| the ~grossness which the gift of subtlety removes is a 875 Suppl, 80| the ~glorified body, the gift of subtlety notwithstanding, 876 Suppl, 80| nowise be removed by the gift of ~subtlety. For nothing 877 Suppl, 81| perfection is called "the gift of the glorified body." 878 Suppl, 81| Wherefore even as by the gift of subtlety the body is ~ 879 Suppl, 81| specific ~being, so by the gift of agility it is subject 880 Suppl, 81| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: By the gift of agility the glorified 881 Suppl, 92| the blessed?~(2) Whether a gift differs from beatitude?~( 882 Suppl, 92| i.e. Christ: "Every best gift and every ~perfect gift 883 Suppl, 92| gift and every ~perfect gift is from above coming down 884 Suppl, 92| marriage a dowry is properly a gift ~bestowed by the bridegroom 885 Suppl, 93| inborn, but comes from the gift of ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT XP 886 Appen1, 1| either on account of the gift of impassibility ~(as in 887 Appen1, 1| children will either have the ~gift of impassibility, and thus 888 Appen1, 1| of that end to which the ~gift withdrawn destined him, 889 Appen1, 1| withdrawn destined him, which gift human nature is unable of 890 Appen1, 1| impassibility in them will be a gift, but not in children.~Aquin.: 891 Appen1, 1| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The gift of Christ surpasses the


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