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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | avail to prove ~what must be received on faith, nevertheless, 2 1, 3 | OBJ 3: Forms which can be received in matter are individualized 3 1, 3 | else ~prevents it, can be received by many. But that form which 4 1, 3 | that form which cannot be ~received in matter, but is self-subsisting, 5 1, 3 | precisely ~because it cannot be received in a subject; and such a 6 1, 4 | as the receiver is to the received; but rather as the ~received 7 1, 4 | received; but rather as the ~received to the receiver. When therefore 8 1, 4 | principle, ~and as something received; and not as that which exists.~ 9 1, 4 | sun, not as though they received the form of ~the sun in 10 1, 7 | common to many; but ~when received in matter, the form is determined 11 1, 7 | divine being is not a being received in anything, but ~He is 12 1, 7 | is self-subsisting, not ~received in any other, and is thus 13 1, 7 | any created forms ~are not received into matter, but are self-subsisting, 14 1, 7 | follows that its being is received and contracted to a ~determinate 15 1, 12 | happen because the object is received more perfectly in the seer, 16 1, 12 | the created light of glory received into any created intellect ~ 17 1, 12 | From the images either received from sense in the natural ~ 18 1, 12 | images a fuller ~knowledge is received by the infusion of the divine 19 1, 13 | whereas in creatures they are received and divided and ~multiplied. 20 1, 14 | conditions like the images received in the ~imagination and 21 1, 18 | implanted form; but one received through sense. Hence the 22 1, 23 | Cor. ~2:12): "Now we have received not the spirit of this world, 23 1, 23 | glory - and of what is received in this ~life - namely, 24 1, 27 | though that existence were ~received into matter or into a subject ( 25 1, 27 | speak of His existence as received, ~we mean that He Who proceeds 26 1, 33 | of grace which they have received, ~according to Rm. 8:16, 27 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 2: If the Son received from the Father a numerically 28 1, 43 | mission; and to all who ~received the invisible mission, whether 29 1, 45 | considered it as a commonly received axiom that "nothing is made 30 1, 46 | sometimes not be; but before it ~received that power, it did not exist.~ 31 1, 50 | corporeal form should be received into the same part of ~matter, 32 1, 50 | that their forms are not received ~in anything else; as if 33 1, 50 | infinite ~from below," as not received in any matter.~Aquin.: SMT 34 1, 55 | outpouring, whereby they received from God the species of 35 1, 62 | heaven": but afterwards it received ~its form, and was then 36 1, 62 | in nature ~only, and then received grace, and that last of 37 1, 62 | as every ~perfection is received in the subject capable of 38 1, 63 | he would at ~once have received beatitude after that first 39 1, 65 | there abides the impression received from these ~separate forms, 40 1, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Forms received into matter are to be referred, 41 1, 66 | matter was formless until it received its ~form.~Aquin.: SMT FP 42 1, 66 | measure formless before it received its full form, so time was 43 1, 67 | however, substantial form is received imperfectly, so as to be, 44 1, 67 | were, in process of being received, rather than fully impressed, 45 1, 67 | But if all created things ~received their form at the same time, 46 1, 68 | formation, since the first form received by matter is the ~elemental.~ 47 1, 68 | afterwards, on the fourth day, received its form.~Aquin.: SMT FP 48 1, 68 | collected, and which has received ~the name firmament from 49 1, 69 | earth, the lowest body, received its form by the withdrawal ~ 50 1, 69 | the ~manner in which it received its form by the equally 51 1, 69 | their causes, ~that is, it received then the power to produce 52 1, 70 | which ~they are attached, received its form. The lights, therefore, 53 1, 70 | earth; and these three received their form from the three 54 1, 70 | the fourth day the ~lights received a definite power to produce 55 1, 73 | the stars and ~elements received at the beginning. Again, 56 1, 74 | anew, but that they then ~received a form that they had not 57 1, 75 | is clear that whatever is received ~into something is received 58 1, 75 | received ~into something is received according to the condition 59 1, 75 | forms of things would be received into ~it as individuals, 60 1, 75 | proportionate to act. But ~the acts received which proceed from the First 61 1, 75 | diversity of the things ~received by each. For primary matter 62 1, 76 | individually; for what is received must be received ~according 63 1, 76 | what is received must be received ~according to the condition 64 1, 76 | thing ~understood is not received into the intellect materially 65 1, 76 | species. Now whatever is received ~into anything must be received 66 1, 76 | received ~into anything must be received according to the condition 67 1, 76 | species of things would be received individually ~into my intellect, 68 1, 77 | as it is actual, and is received into it according as it 69 1, 77 | accident; ~but one accident is received prior to another into substance, 70 1, 43 | mission; and to all who ~received the invisible mission, whether 71 1, 46 | considered it as a commonly received axiom that "nothing is made 72 1, 47 | sometimes not be; but before it ~received that power, it did not exist.~ 73 1, 51 | corporeal form should be received into the same part of ~matter, 74 1, 51 | that their forms are not received ~in anything else; as if 75 1, 51 | infinite ~from below," as not received in any matter.~Aquin.: SMT 76 1, 56 | outpouring, whereby they received from God the species of 77 1, 63 | heaven": but afterwards it received ~its form, and was then 78 1, 63 | in nature ~only, and then received grace, and that last of 79 1, 63 | as every ~perfection is received in the subject capable of 80 1, 64 | he would at ~once have received beatitude after that first 81 1, 66 | there abides the impression received from these ~separate forms, 82 1, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Forms received into matter are to be referred, 83 1, 67 | matter was formless until it received its ~form.~Aquin.: SMT FP 84 1, 67 | measure formless before it received its full form, so time was 85 1, 68 | however, substantial form is received imperfectly, so as to be, 86 1, 68 | were, in process of being received, rather than fully impressed, 87 1, 68 | But if all created things ~received their form at the same time, 88 1, 69 | formation, since the first form received by matter is the ~elemental.~ 89 1, 69 | afterwards, on the fourth day, received its form.~Aquin.: SMT FP 90 1, 69 | collected, and which has received ~the name firmament from 91 1, 70 | earth, the lowest body, received its form by the withdrawal ~ 92 1, 70 | the ~manner in which it received its form by the equally 93 1, 70 | their causes, ~that is, it received then the power to produce 94 1, 71 | which ~they are attached, received its form. The lights, therefore, 95 1, 71 | earth; and these three received their form from the three 96 1, 71 | the fourth day the ~lights received a definite power to produce 97 1, 72 | the stars and ~elements received at the beginning. Again, 98 1, 73 | anew, but that they then ~received a form that they had not 99 1, 74 | is clear that whatever is received ~into something is received 100 1, 74 | received ~into something is received according to the condition 101 1, 74 | forms of things would be received into ~it as individuals, 102 1, 74 | proportionate to act. But ~the acts received which proceed from the First 103 1, 74 | diversity of the things ~received by each. For primary matter 104 1, 75 | individually; for what is received must be received ~according 105 1, 75 | what is received must be received ~according to the condition 106 1, 75 | thing ~understood is not received into the intellect materially 107 1, 75 | species. Now whatever is received ~into anything must be received 108 1, 75 | received ~into anything must be received according to the condition 109 1, 75 | species of things would be received individually ~into my intellect, 110 1, 76 | as it is actual, and is received into it according as it 111 1, 76 | accident; ~but one accident is received prior to another into substance, 112 1, 77 | form of the immuter being received ~according to its natural 113 1, 77 | thing immuted, as heat is ~received into the thing heated. Whereas 114 1, 77 | form of the immuter being received, according to a spiritual 115 1, 77 | as the form of color is received ~into the pupil which does 116 1, 77 | were a storehouse of forms ~received through the senses. Furthermore, 117 1, 77 | intentions which are not received through the senses, the " 118 1, 78 | likeness of the agent is received into the patient ~according 119 1, 78 | suffices for forms to ~be received into it immaterially. Now 120 1, 78 | happen that its ~likeness is received variously into various things, 121 1, 78 | light, which is something ~received into the air: while Plato 122 1, 78 | intelligible species are received into it. Now the intellect 123 1, 78 | opposed to reason. For what is received ~into something is received 124 1, 78 | received ~into something is received according to the conditions 125 1, 83 | and mobile bodies: for the received ~is in the receiver according 126 1, 83 | 4) causes the phantasms received from the ~senses to be actually 127 1, 84 | intelligible species which it has received, so that this species is 128 1, 84 | The likeness of a thing is received into the intellect ~according 129 1, 84 | is that act and form are received into ~matter according to 130 1, 87 | the intelligible objects ~received, so much the nearer do we 131 1, 87 | active intellect, and are received in the passive intellect. 132 1, 88 | the inferior substances received species in the ~same degree 133 1, 88 | understands by means of species, received from the influence of ~the 134 1, 88 | order; because whatever is received into anything is conditioned ~ 135 1, 88 | considering the species received: and the aforesaid sensitive 136 1, 88 | aside through not being received by ~the Jews as canonical 137 1, 90 | 3) The disposition it received in its production;~(4) The 138 1, 93 | she thought that he had ~received the faculty of speech from 139 1, 93 | thought that the serpent had received this ~faculty, not as acting 140 1, 95 | 4:10, "As every man hath received grace, ~ministering the 141 1, 97 | woman; or ~because, having received the general Divine command 142 1, 102 | is nothing but an impulse received from the archer. ~Wherefore 143 1, 103 | He make it ~not to have received its being from Himself. 144 1, 105 | saying: "As every man hath received grace, ministering the same ~ 145 1, 105 | Nevertheless this gift is not received so excellently by the inferior 146 1, 110 | form in no way previously received from the ~senses (for he 147 1, 114 | heavenly bodies are variously received in ~inferior bodies, according 148 1, 114 | heavenly bodies is of necessity received in ~corporeal matter.~Aquin.: 149 1, 118 | that which has not yet received perfectly the specific nature, 150 2, 3 | speculative sciences are received through the senses, as the 151 2, 5 | who labor in the vineyard "received every ~man a penny"; for, 152 2, 14 | of counsel ~are any facts received through the senses - for 153 2, 19 | indifferent matters can received the character ~of goodness 154 2, 20 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: A form as received into matter, is subsequent 155 2, 22 | sense, ~when something is received, while something else is 156 2, 22 | because ~the ailment is received and health is lost. And 157 2, 29 | the impression has been received it is not felt so keenly 158 2, 48 | great good, through being received unexpectedly, causes greater ~ 159 2, 51 | intelligible species which he has received from ~phantasms: and for 160 2, 60 | In this case the forms received into matter are not of one 161 2, 73 | natural affinity or kindness received or any other bond; ~because 162 2, 76 | ignores ~the benefits he has received; or again, they may be an 163 2, 80 | because these ~forms are received originally from the senses.~ 164 2, 81 | than that which he has received from another: thus fire 165 2, 94 | unisexual ~lust, which has received the special name of the 166 2, 97 | be changed which we have received from the fathers of old."~ 167 2, 98 | given by Moses." But ~Moses received it from God immediately: 168 2, 98 | Acts 7:53): "(Who) have received the Law by the disposition 169 2, 98 | election ~that the patriarchs received the promise, and that the 170 2, 98 | people sprung from ~them received the law; according to Dt. 171 2, 98 | of whom Christ was born, received the Law, but the whole people, ~ 172 2, 99 | rewards or punishments to be received from God. In this ~respect 173 2, 100 | those which the people received from God immediately; wherefore 174 2, 100 | children for ~any favors received, but rather the reverse 175 2, 100 | to those from whom he has received kindness, if he ~has not 176 2, 102 | Further, just as man has received from God the dominion over ~ 177 2, 102 | and beasts, so also has he received dominion over fishes. ~Consequently 178 2, 102 | recognition of his having received them from God, according 179 2, 102 | have given Thee what we received of Thy hand." Wherefore 180 2, 102 | acknowledgment of benefits already received or yet to ~be received: 181 2, 102 | already received or yet to ~be received: and this typifies the state 182 2, 102 | benefits he has already ~received from Him; fourthly, by reason 183 2, 102 | propitiatory," as though the people received propitiation thence at ~ 184 2, 102 | nothing to be rejected that is received with ~thanksgiving" (1 Tim. 185 2, 102 | Rm. 4:9, seqq.) thus: "He received ~the sign of circumcision, 186 2, 102 | hearts of the Jews, they received in their ~flesh such a sign 187 2, 102 | Aaron." But the Levites ~received no other consecration besides 188 2, 102 | hands, to show that they received the power of offering these 189 2, 102 | nothing to be rejected that is received with ~thanksgiving." It 190 2, 103 | those things which they had received from Him, and thus to testify 191 2, 103 | to be rejected that is ~received with thanksgiving" (1 Tim. 192 2, 105 | because then the owner received a certain price for the ~ 193 2, 105 | a result of the blows he received. For when a man struck a 194 2, 106 | especially the apostles ~who "received the firstfruits of the Spirit, 195 2, 106 | Hence none of the above received the Acts of the Apostles, ~ 196 2, 107 | that is, who had not yet received spiritual grace, was called ~ 197 2, 108 | His ~fulness we all have received, and grace for grace." Hence 198 2, 108 | bestowed, which ~cannot be received except through Christ: consequently 199 2, 109 | 9) Whether man having received grace can do good and avoid 200 2, 109 | be preserved in the good received from Him. Hence if after 201 2, 109 | Hence if after having ~received grace man still needs the 202 2, 109 | by Adam's sin. But Adam received what ~enabled him to persevere; 203 2, 109 | in the original state man received a gift whereby ~he could 204 2, 111 | to believe when he has ~received the gift of bodily health 205 2, 112 | in the case of Paul, who received grace whilst he was "breathing ~ 206 2, 112 | learn, to come; and hence he received grace ~suddenly.~Aquin.: 207 2, 112 | Cor. 2:12): "Now we have received ~not the Spirit of this 208 2, 113 | as Adam is said to have received original ~justice. Secondly, 209 2, 113 | the free-will. But Solomon received from ~God the gift of wisdom 210 2, 113 | Solomon neither merited nor received wisdom whilst asleep; ~but 211 2, 113 | blackness or ~whiteness, is received successively by its subject. 212 2, 113 | A[4]). Hence it is not received ~suddenly by its subject. 213 2, 113 | reason why a form is not received instantaneously in ~the 214 2, 113 | light would not be suddenly received in the air, which can be 215 2, 114 | just price for anything ~received from another, so also is 216 2, 114 | which is done by one who has received fewer ~benefits. Hence, 217 2, 114 | only natural endowments has received ~fewer gifts from God, than 218 2, 114 | from man, before he has received anything from ~him, by what 219 2, 114 | from ~him, by what he has received from God.~Aquin.: SMT FS 220 2, 114 | may merit a gift already received. Thus if a ~man receives 221 2, 114 | the first grace already ~received from God.~Aquin.: SMT FS 222 2, 114 | grace alone that anyone is ~received into everlasting dwellings, 223 2, 114 | the poor, we ~merit to be received into everlasting dwellings.~ 224 2, 114 | some (Mt. 6:2): "They have received ~their reward." Hence, if 225 2, 114 | their sin ~of falsehood they received an earthly reward." And 226 2, 1 | the mysteries, for "they received them ~more fully than others, 227 2, 1 | than others, even as they received them earlier," as a gloss ~ 228 2, 1 | the more fully did they received the ~mysteries of salvation."~ 229 2, 1 | of faith, they have not received any increase as time went 230 2, 1 | according to faith, not having received the ~promises, but beholding 231 2, 2 | faith in Christ, since ~they received no revelation. Therefore 232 2, 2 | 3: Many of the gentiles received revelations of Christ, as 233 2, 4 | Thess. 2:15): "When you had ~received of us the word of the hearing," 234 2, 4 | i.e. by faith . . . "you ~received it not as the word of men, 235 2, 4 | three be taken as ~gifts received in this present life, they 236 2, 5 | happiness, by ~reason of grace received but not yet consummated, 237 2, 5 | belief are many and can be ~received more or less explicitly; 238 2, 10 | are some who have never received ~the faith, such as the 239 2, 10 | what they, at one time, received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 240 2, 10 | Jews who have in no way received the faith, ought not ~by 241 2, 10 | if, however, they have received ~it, they ought to be compelled 242 2, 10 | faith, when once one has received it, is a ~matter of obligation. 243 2, 10 | who have not in any way received the ~Christian faith, viz. 244 2, 10 | forsaken the faith they once received, either by corrupting the ~ 245 2, 10 | unbelievers who have not received ~the faith, such as pagans 246 2, 11 | Whether converts should be received?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 247 2, 11 | prostitution, should be received all the same.~Aquin.: SMT 248 2, 11 | Therefore he ought to be received ~by the Church as often 249 2, 11 | wish to be converted are received by the Church. Therefore 250 2, 11 | heretics also ~should be received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 251 2, 11 | Therefore they ~should not be received by the Church.~Aquin.: SMT 252 2, 11 | if heretics were always ~received on their return, in order 253 2, 11 | again, after having been received, this seems ~to prove them 254 2, 11 | those who return are always received, ~because God is a searcher 255 2, 11 | relapse after being once received, are not sincere in ~their 256 2, 11 | unbelievers, who have never received the faith ~are converted, 257 2, 12 | Holy ~Order which he had received: and this is called "apostasy 258 2, 12 | in ~those who have never received the faith, according to 259 2, 12 | unbelief ~of those who have received the faith: and it is fitting 260 2, 12 | unbelievers who have never received the faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 261 2, 15 | lxxxiii in Joan.) that we have received many precepts of faith. ~ 262 2, 17 | chiefly in grace already received, but ~on God's omnipotence 263 2, 18 | to Rm. ~8:15, "You have received the spirit of adoption of 264 2, 18 | Rm. 8:15, "You have not received ~the spirit of bondage," 265 2, 23 | lost by the other being received. On the other hand ~the 266 2, 25 | our neighbor in something received from God, we become ~like 267 2, 25 | bound out of the favors received to provide for ~his parents 268 2, 25 | love those more who have received ~benefactions from us, as 269 2, 25 | that we ~love all who have received good from us, more than 270 2, 25 | parents, from ~whom we have received the greatest favors, to 271 2, 26 | love a man for ~the favors received from him, although after 272 2, 29 | them, or ~because he has received them on loan or in deposit 273 2, 29 | in the case of benefits received gratis. Now no benefactor 274 2, 29 | in ~paying back benefits received, we should give the first 275 2, 29 | connection and the benefit received; and here again no ~general 276 2, 29 | for the benefits we have received from them, as the Philosopher ~ 277 2, 30 | the person from whom he received it, ~because he received 278 2, 30 | received it, ~because he received it unjustly, while the latter 279 2, 30 | who are they that shall be received by them into their ~dwellings, 280 2, 31 | ministry which thou hast received in the Lord, that thou fulfil 281 2, 32 | the goods which ~they have received from God: wherefore, in 282 2, 33 | the ~good things he has received from God, this, far from 283 2, 33 | disparage those we have received ourselves, because if we 284 2, 37 | the law ~which they had received that there was one God, 285 2, 37 | Roman Church, should be ~received mercifully and that their 286 2, 37 | essence, in the man who has received it by ~consecration, as 287 2, 37 | 5) that "Baptism ~can be received from a schismatic." Therefore 288 2, 50 | children of God, who "have received the ~spirit of adoption 289 2, 55 | from his master: for she is received into a kind of ~social life, 290 2, 58 | the Egyptian by authority ~received as it were, by divine inspiration; 291 2, 59 | something of his that has been received, as may be seen ~chiefly 292 2, 59 | not between ~the thing received and the thing done, but 293 2, 59 | done, but between the thing received by ~one person and the thing 294 2, 59 | one person and the thing received by another according to 295 2, 60 | the more according as he received less than his ~due: and 296 2, 60 | to God more than he has received from Him, according ~to 297 2, 60 | who deemed that he had received ~nothing from the other, 298 2, 60 | to one from whom we have ~received a greater favor. Now we 299 2, 60 | greater favor. Now we have received greater favors from others ~( 300 2, 60 | she may keep what she has received. If, however, she has ~extorted 301 2, 60 | or those from whom he has received greater benefits; but he ~ 302 2, 60 | reason that when he has received sufficient ~compensation 303 2, 62 | man whose life is taken be received by God into glory.~Aquin.: 304 2, 64 | principally, as though he had not received them from ~another, namely 305 2, 69 | slightest gift you have received will be reputed a ~talent." 306 2, 70 | Lord do so, for when He received a blow, He said: "Why strikest ~ 307 2, 75 | recompense for a favor received should depend on the utility 308 2, 75 | selling: and he who has received more than he ought must 309 2, 76 | measured according to the favor received. ~Wherefore the borrower 310 2, 76 | bound to repay more than he received in loan: and ~consequently 311 2, 76 | obligation to repayment for favor received is based ~on a debt of friendship, 312 2, 76 | to restore more than he received (since what is acquired 313 2, 79 | Gal. 4:14), "You . ~. . received me as an angel of God, even 314 2, 81 | thou hast asked and not received, is because thou hast asked ~ 315 2, 81 | giving thanks for benefits received we merit to receive yet ~ 316 2, 81 | finally, when it has been received, we ~give thanks for it. 317 2, 84 | acknowledged ~that he had received the fruits of the earth 318 2, 84 | have ~given Thee what we received of Thy hand." And since 319 2, 84 | out of the things he has received from God, but ~that the 320 2, 85 | were priests, and that they received a double ~portion. For this 321 2, 86 | account of the favors he has received from God. ~Hence man is 322 2, 86 | best of his power to be received ~there. And if his intention 323 2, 86 | should he be unable to be received there, to enter the religious ~ 324 2, 91 | offering to Him what we have ~received from Him. But we have received 325 2, 91 | received from Him. But we have received all our goods from God. 326 2, 92 | the faith which they ~have received, from sinning more grievously 327 2, 94 | is certain that some have received wisdom and science infused 328 2, 94 | for their obedience they received knowledge from God, according 329 2, 98 | 10:8): "Freely have you received, freely give."~Aquin.: SMT 330 2, 98 | 4 Kgs. 5:20-24) that he received ~money from the leper who 331 2, 98 | is it a sin. For it is received not as a price of goods, 332 2, 98 | demanded from those who are received ~there. Therefore it is 333 2, 98 | fulfilled when alms are received for making processions in ~ 334 2, 98 | those who are ~about to be received into the monastery, if its 335 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefices for services received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 336 2, 98 | ecclesiastical benefice for service ~received seems to indicate a carnal 337 2, 98 | service rendered or money ~received, is guilty of simony."~Aquin.: 338 2, 98 | grant it for the money, received or promised, at which ~that 339 2, 98 | simoniacal: since nothing is received in return, wherefore it 340 2, 98 | to restore ~what he has received, this would sometimes turn 341 2, 98 | that which one has already received. Now sometimes those who 342 2, 98 | deprived of what they have received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 343 2, 98 | lawfully retain what he received. Now Our Lord, Whose ~stewards 344 2, 98 | 10:8, "Freely have you ~received, freely give." Wherefore 345 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: He that has received a sacred Order simoniacally, 346 2, 98 | the Order, because ~he has received the character by stealth 347 2, 98 | simoniacally granted or received a ~benefice, or through 348 2, 98 | deprived of what one has received is not only the ~punishment 349 2, 98 | deprived of what he ~has received, by forfeiting the exercise 350 2, 98 | or fruits simoniacally received, must be ~restored to the 351 2, 98 | cannot be done, they must be received into monasteries of the 352 2, 98 | other hand, if they were received simoniacally, without their ~ 353 2, 98 | after quitting they ~may be received again, their rank being 354 2, 98 | to one who has ~knowingly received a benefice (simoniacally). 355 2, 98 | all renounce what he ~has received simoniacally, so that he 356 2, 99 | and the various benefits received ~from them. on both counts 357 2, 100 | faculty, for the benefits we received from him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 358 2, 100 | of the benefits they have received from their parents and their ~ 359 2, 102 | Gal. 4:14): "You . . . received me as an ~angel of God, 360 2, 102 | Thess. 2:13): "When you had ~received of us the word of the hearing 361 2, 102 | the hearing of God, you received it, not as ~the word of 362 2, 104 | according to the favor ~received or the disposition of the 363 2, 104 | pay back more than one has received?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 364 2, 104 | other virtue. For we have received the greatest benefits from 365 2, 104 | acknowledgment of favor received is requisite for the ~preservation 366 2, 104 | belongs to repay favors received, is not a special ~virtue.~ 367 2, 104 | benefactor, from whom ~we have received particular and private favors, 368 2, 104 | benefactor from whom we have ~received some particular favor, it 369 2, 104 | greater the gift one has received from God, ~the more one 370 2, 104 | deserving of ~punishment, he has received grace. Wherefore, although 371 2, 104 | to repayment for ~favors received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 372 2, 104 | requires that ~he who has received a favor should, by repaying 373 2, 104 | are grateful for favors received should be shown by the ~ 374 2, 104 | one from whom you have ~received no favor; how much more 375 2, 104 | ought to equal the ~favor received. Therefore it should be 376 2, 104 | according to the quantity ~received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 377 2, 104 | should surpass the favor received?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 378 2, 104 | gratitude to ~surpass the favor received. For it is not possible 379 2, 104 | another more than he has received ~by his favor, by that very 380 2, 104 | should not surpass the favor received.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 381 2, 104 | repay more than the favor received is sinful and opposed to 382 2, 104 | repaying more than we have received. Therefore gratitude ~should 383 2, 104 | gratitude regards the favor ~received according the intention 384 2, 104 | the quantity of the favor ~received: because so long as he repays 385 2, 104 | only to return what he has received. ~Therefore gratitude always 386 2, 104 | over and above what he has received.~ 387 2, 105 | Gratitude regards a favor received: and he that helps ~another 388 2, 105 | Forgetfulness of a favor received amounts to ingratitude, 389 2, 105 | to recognize the ~favor received, the second to express one' 390 2, 105 | or indicate that he has received a favor, while the ~third 391 2, 105 | find fault with a favor received, and to the third to esteem 392 2, 105 | should never forget having received." ~Now, seemingly, the reason 393 2, 105 | knowing from whom he has received." But this would ~seem to 394 2, 105 | failing to recognize the favor received, or to express his appreciation ~ 395 2, 108 | he was ~Esau, and yet he received a blessing (Gn. 27:27-29). 396 2, 108 | and which they might have ~received in eternal life, dwindled 397 2, 109 | he ~is praised withal and received an earthly reward from God, 398 2, 111 | saints" is that which ~is received by divine inspiration.~Aquin.: 399 2, 112 | debt arising out of a favor received. For it regards merely a ~ 400 2, 115 | not earned money, but have received the money earned by ~others, 401 2, 115 | As to those who, having received money that others have ~ 402 2, 119 | according to Rm. 8:15, "You have received the spirit of ~adoption 403 2, 127 | those from ~whom he has received favors, this points to the 404 2, 130 | Cor. 2:12): "Now we have received not the spirit of this ~ 405 2, 130 | thou that thou hast not received? And if thou hast ~received, 406 2, 130 | received? And if thou hast ~received, why dost thou glory, as 407 2, 130 | glory, as if thou hadst not received it?" Or ~again when a man 408 2, 131 | earth ~the money he had received from his master, and did 409 2, 135 | by means of what he had ~received," as Augustine says (De 410 2, 140 | of the revelation that he received immediately afterwards.~ 411 2, 145 | 10) of Daniel that he ~received a revelation from God after 412 2, 152 | Nothing is rejected that is received with ~thanksgiving." Therefore 413 2, 152 | while he ~was asleep. He received it in token of his previous 414 2, 159 | set the gifts they have received from God ~above those that 415 2, 159 | that others appear to have received from Him; thus the ~Apostle 416 2, 160 | man deem that he has not received his ~good from God, or that 417 2, 160 | esteems the good he has received of another as though he ~ 418 2, 160 | believes that which he has received ~from above to be due to 419 2, 161 | his creation, had not yet ~received this likeness actually but 420 2, 161 | and neither angel nor man received this likeness ~actually 421 2, 163 | in the nature which they received." It is also said to him: "' 422 2, 170 | Our glorious fathers ~received Divine visions by means 423 2, 170 | prophecy. For prophecy is received by the prophet according 424 2, 170 | roar." Now that which is received by a thing according to 425 2, 171 | sensible things not only as received from the senses, but also ~ 426 2, 171 | exclusively Divine origin and not received through the senses (for ~ 427 2, 172 | the prophetic current is received. Thus as ~regards the enlightening 428 2, 172 | intellectual vision, because both received a ~revelation of intelligible 429 2, 172 | spirit: and from him he received a ~message assuring him 430 2, 174 | Para. 1/1~Whether those who received the gift of tongues spoke 431 2, 174 | It seems that those who received the gift of tongues did 432 2, 174 | His fullness we all have received." ~Now we do not read that 433 2, 174 | even now the Holy Ghost is received, ~yet no one speaks in the 434 2, 175 | 10): "As every man hath received ~grace ministering the same 435 2, 178 | First, by ~means of things received from another. In this way, 436 2, 178 | it makes use of the light received from God.~Aquin.: SMT SS 437 2, 183 | Paul (2 Cor. 11:8) that he "received wages" ~of other churches 438 2, 185 | monasteries or ~churches have received from the munificence of 439 2, 186 | number of those who are received into a religious order. ~ 440 2, 186 | was sown [Vulg.: 'He that received the seed'] among thorns, 441 2, 187 | Whether children should be received into religion?~(6) Whether 442 2, 187 | his power in order to be received in that ~order; and if he 443 2, 187 | Whether children should be received in religion?~Aquin.: SMT 444 2, 187 | children ought not to be received in religion. ~Because it 445 2, 187 | that they ought not to be received in religion.~Aquin.: SMT 446 2, 187 | consent of their parents, be received into ~religion to be educated 447 3, 1 | when he failed in it, he ~received the law; whereupon, by the 448 3, 1 | His fulness we have all ~received"; and hence the work of 449 3, 1 | themselves, and they who ~received it would not keep it, being 450 3, 2 | Word, the Holy ~Trinity received no augment of person or 451 3, 2 | self-subsisting unity, not received into another by ~participation. 452 3, 2 | His fulness we all have received" (Jn. ~1:16).~Aquin.: SMT 453 3, 3 | Father" (i.e. which ~is received from the Father by eternal 454 3, 3 | 8:15: "For you have not ~received the spirit of bondage again 455 3, 3 | incarnate, we should have received adoptive sonship from ~Him, 456 3, 6 | His ~fulness we have all received" (Jn. 1:16), i.e. all the 457 3, 7 | His fulness we have all received, and grace for grace."~Aquin.: 458 3, 7 | to men [Vulg.: 'Thou hast received ~gifts in men']." Therefore 459 3, 7 | For the soul of Christ so received grace, that, in a ~manner, 460 3, 8 | in time, since all have received ~grace on account of His 461 3, 8 | His fulness we have all received." And thus it is plain that 462 3, 8 | His fulness we all have ~received." Now He is our Head, inasmuch 463 3, 8 | Q[7], A[9]) grace was received by the soul ~of Christ in 464 3, 8 | pre-eminence of ~grace which He received, it is from Him that this 465 3, 9 | were intelligible species received in the ~passive intellect 466 3, 10 | exceeds any created light received by the ~soul of Christ; 467 3, 10 | act not limited by being received into matter or ~a subject; 468 3, 10 | as material things can be received by the intellect ~immaterially, 469 3, 10 | can infinite things be ~received by the intellect, not after 470 3, 11 | subject receiving it. For ~the received is in the recipient after 471 3, 12 | from man?~(4) Whether He received anything from angels?~Aquin.: 472 3, 12 | say that ~His knowledge received increase.~Aquin.: SMT TP 473 3, 12 | intelligible species ~with what He received through the senses for the 474 3, 12 | potentiality. Now Christ ~received empiric knowledge from sensible 475 3, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ received knowledge from the angels?~ 476 3, 12 | It would seem that Christ received knowledge from the angels. 477 3, 12 | ways. ~First by knowledge received from sensible things; secondly, 478 3, 12 | infused knowledge, which He received directly from ~God. For 479 3, 12 | who in their beginning received the knowledge of things 480 3, 13 | that the soul of Christ received omnipotence in time. ~Aquin.: 481 3, 13 | thing ~known by the aid of received species. But this reason 482 3, 13 | considered that what is received in the ~lower nature from 483 3, 13 | manner; for heat ~is not received by water in the perfection 484 3, 13 | similitudes of things are not received in the soul of ~Christ in 485 3, 14 | of the first man." For He received human nature ~without sin, 486 3, 15 | actively; even as ~Adam received his body materially from 487 3, 15 | words in human flesh, He ~received the strength of Damascus, 488 3, 16 | But the Divine ~Nature received nothing by participation 489 3, 19 | thou that thou hast not received?" ~Nevertheless, in a secondary 490 3, 20 | Ephesus (Part I, ch. xxvi) ~received: "Christ is neither servant 491 3, 21 | human nature He had already received ~certain gifts from His 492 3, 21 | gifts which He had not ~yet received, but which He expected to 493 3, 21 | Father for gifts already received in His human nature, by ~ 494 3, 21 | give thanks for benefits received, and ask in prayer for those 495 3, 22 | Secondly, through Him we received ~the grace of salvation, 496 3, 22 | priesthood of ~Melchisedech, who received tithes from Abraham, in 497 3, 23 | written (Rm. 8:15): "You have received the spirit of ~adoption 498 3, 24 | of His grace we all have received, as it is ~written (Jn. 499 3, 25 | the ~Church, says: "I have received of the Lord that which also 500 3, 27 | this sanctification she received the fulness of ~grace?~(


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