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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 2 | The fool said in his ~heart, There is no God" (Ps. 52: 2 1, 12 | Him, that the eyes of your heart" may be "enlightened" ~( 3 1, 14 | thoughts and intents of the heart; neither ~is there any creature 4 1, 18 | natures as the movement of the heart, ~whereby life is preserved, 5 1, 18 | is said (Ps. 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have ~rejoiced 6 1, 20 | change affects especially the heart, which, as the ~Philosopher 7 1, 20 | of the blood about the ~heart; but the formal, the appetite 8 1, 21 | so to speak, sorrowful at heart [miserum cor]; being affected 9 1, 22 | to the desires of ~their heart" (Ps. 80:13). Everything, 10 1, 23 | turn to Me with his whole heart." Therefore it seems the ~ 11 1, 24 | not My ~Law, and let thy heart keep My commandments," and 12 1, 24 | them ~in the tables of thy heart." For things are written 13 1, 27 | called the word of ~the heart signified by the word of 14 1, 34 | word, but is uttered in the heart;" which is the ~third kind. " 15 1, 34 | The concept itself of the heart has of its own nature to 16 1, 37 | lover, and ~the word of the heart is something abiding in 17 1, 42 | the word emerges from the heart and remains ~therein. Hence 18 1, 57 | according to Jer. ~17:9: "The heart is perverse above all things, 19 1, 57 | the Lord, Who search the heart." Therefore angels do not ~ 20 1, 64 | because they are not clean of heart, ~whereby alone can God 21 1, 65 | intellect, the lungs for the heart; and, thirdly, that all 22 1, 67 | Blessed are the clean of heart, for they ~shall see God" ( 23 1, 75 | be a living thing, as the heart is a ~principle of life 24 1, 76 | the ~concupiscible in the heart, and the power of knowledge 25 1, 37 | lover, and ~the word of the heart is something abiding in 26 1, 42 | the word emerges from the heart and remains ~therein. Hence 27 1, 58 | according to Jer. ~17:9: "The heart is perverse above all things, 28 1, 58 | the Lord, Who search the heart." Therefore angels do not ~ 29 1, 65 | because they are not clean of heart, ~whereby alone can God 30 1, 66 | intellect, the lungs for the heart; and, thirdly, that all 31 1, 68 | Blessed are the clean of heart, for they ~shall see God" ( 32 1, 74 | be a living thing, as the heart is a ~principle of life 33 1, 75 | the ~concupiscible in the heart, and the power of knowledge 34 1, 82 | written (Prov. 21:1): "The heart of the ~king is in the hand 35 1, 86 | Faith is not seen ~in the heart wherein it abides, as the 36 1, 86 | the interior ~act of the heart. For no one knows that he 37 1, 90 | may modify the heat of the heart, which has ~to be considerable 38 1, 90 | body, and chiefly in the heart. Therefore it was not fittingly 39 1, 93 | of God; and by purity of ~heart and loftiness of vision 40 1, 93 | had already ~sinned in his heart, and that he failed to have 41 1, 110 | according to ~Prov. 21:1: "The heart of the king is in the hand 42 1, 116 | to God alone to ~know the heart's secrets.~Aquin.: SMT FP 43 2, 4 | are said to be clean of heart, is not necessary for ~the 44 2, 4 | will ~none but the clean of heart to know the truth. For it 45 2, 4 | many who are not clean of heart, know many truths." Therefore ~ 46 2, 4 | Blessed are the clean of ~heart; for they shall see God": 47 2, 4 | You shall see and your heart shall rejoice, and your 48 2, 5 | hath it entered into the ~heart of man, what things God 49 2, 6 | according to Prov. 21:1: "The heart of the king is in the ~hand 50 2, 12 | The intention of ~the heart is a cry to God." But God 51 2, 12 | the last end of the human heart. ~Therefore intention is 52 2, 12 | 1: The intention of the heart is called a cry to God, 53 2, 17 | precedes the body; and the heart, the other members.~~Aquin.: 54 2, 17 | the ~local movement of the heart, which has various movements 55 2, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the heart is the principle of animal 56 2, 17 | But the ~movement of the heart is not subject to the command 57 2, 17 | it fails, and whereas the heart is warm with ~desire, the 58 2, 17 | with the movement of the heart. Consequently the ~movement 59 2, 17 | Consequently the ~movement of the heart is according to nature, 60 2, 17 | means the ~movement of the heart which is indicated by the 61 2, 17 | that "the movements of the heart and of the organs of generation 62 2, 17 | virtually the whole. For the heart is the principle of the ~ 63 2, 19 | the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which 64 2, 19 | that "the treasure of the heart is the ~intention, according 65 2, 19 | That man has an upright heart, who wills what God wills." 66 2, 19 | bound to have an upright heart. Therefore everyone is bound ~ 67 2, 22 | of the blood about ~the heart." Hence it is evident that 68 2, 24 | natural movement of the heart, according as the heart 69 2, 24 | heart, according as the heart is moved more or ~less intensely 70 2, 24 | according to Ps. ~83:3: "My heart and my flesh have rejoiced 71 2, 24 | living God": where by ~"heart" we are to understand the 72 2, 28 | For that I have you in my heart": while the ~lover is said 73 2, 28 | is rooted in the lover's heart. For this reason we speak 74 2, 28 | by penetrating ~into his heart, as it were. Whereas, in 75 2, 28 | being impressed ~on his heart and thus becoming the object 76 2, 28 | freezing or hardening of the heart ~is a disposition incompatible 77 2, 28 | denotes a ~softening of the heart, whereby the heart shows 78 2, 28 | of the heart, whereby the heart shows itself to be ready 79 2, 30 | according to Ps. 83:3: "My heart and my ~flesh have rejoiced 80 2, 31 | from the ~"dilation" of the heart, as if one were to say " 81 2, 33 | Apostle (2 Cor. ~6:11): "Our heart is enlarged." Wherefore 82 2, 33 | shall see and abound, thy heart shall wonder and be enlarged." ~ 83 2, 33 | might: but he opens his heart to it that he ~may enjoy 84 2, 35 | Douay: 'sorrow'] in my heart," ~thus denoting the same 85 2, 35 | interior sorrow ~of the heart. Because outward pain arises 86 2, 35 | 17): "The sadness of the ~heart is every wound [Douay: ' 87 2, 35 | implies; so sadness of the heart surpasses ~every outward 88 2, 35 | expressively: "Sadness of the heart is ~every wound," because 89 2, 35 | interior sorrows of the heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] A[ 90 2, 37 | of a ~man consumeth the heart": and (Ecclus. 38:19): " 91 2, 37 | movement, which flows from the heart ~to the other parts of the 92 2, 38 | certain transmutation of the heart. But such remedies as these ~ 93 2, 38 | interior disposition of the heart. Therefore they do not assuage 94 2, 38 | reacts somewhat on the ~heart, which is the beginning 95 2, 39 | he hath determined in his heart, not with sadness, or of ~ 96 2, 39 | according to Eccles. 7:5, "the heart of the wise is where there 97 2, 39 | there is ~mourning, and the heart of fools where there is 98 2, 40 | of spirit; so that their ~heart expands: and it is owing 99 2, 40 | and it is owing to the heart being expanded that one 100 2, 43 | is done from our inmost heart. Therefore fear is not caused 101 2, 44 | of the body, dilates the heart unto endeavors of daring, 102 2, 44 | heat concentrate around the heart: the ~result being that 103 2, 44 | vital spirits abandon ~the heart instead of concentrating 104 2, 44 | vital spirits move from the heart downwards, as stated above ( 105 2, 44 | fear, heat abandons the heart, with a downward ~movement: 106 2, 44 | those who are afraid the heart especially trembles, as ~ 107 2, 44 | with the breast where the heart ~resides. Hence those who 108 2, 44 | tracheal artery being near the heart. The lower lip, too, ~and 109 2, 44 | their connection with the heart; which ~explains the chattering 110 2, 45 | the temperature about the heart. Wherefore the Philosopher 111 2, 45 | iii, 4) that "those whose heart is small in size, are more ~ 112 2, 45 | daring; while animals whose heart is large are timid; because 113 2, 45 | to a large as to a ~small heart; just as a fire does not 114 2, 45 | through the heat in the ~heart that results therefrom." 115 2, 45 | hope, since the heat in the heart banishes fear and raises 116 2, 45 | dilatation and enlargement of the heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 117 2, 45 | but ~through dilating the heart: and again through making 118 2, 45 | the heat ~withdraws to the heart; whereas in those who are 119 2, 48 | all it causes heat in the heart?~(3) Whether above all it 120 2, 48 | all causes fervor in the heart?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 121 2, 48 | of the blood around the heart, resulting from an exhalation 122 2, 48 | vital spirits around the heart, which is the instrument 123 2, 48 | that, on account of the heart being so ~disturbed by anger, 124 2, 48 | says (Moral. v, 30) "the heart that ~is inflamed with the 125 2, 48 | the result being that his heart is moved with ~greater heat 126 2, 48 | disturbance in the region of the heart, so much as ~to effect even 127 2, 48 | to the dilatation of the heart which ~pertains to magnanimity 128 2, 48 | of the abundance of the ~heart the mouth speaketh." But 129 2, 48 | causes a disturbance in ~the heart, as stated above (A[2]). 130 2, 48 | distinctly the emotions of the heart, such as the ~eyes, face 131 2, 48 | The disturbance of the heart may sometimes superabound 132 2, 48 | inordinate movement of the heart. Thence ensue taciturnity 133 2, 48 | of the abundance of the heart" ~thus disturbed, the mouth 134 2, 61 | He that is clean of heart and peaceful, and suffers 135 2, 62 | hath it entered into the heart of man, what things God 136 2, 67 | 17,18: "The eyes of your heart enlightened . . . in the 137 2, 68 | I am meek and humble of heart," and in ~charity, according 138 2, 68 | against hardness of our heart, and fear against pride." 139 2, 68 | of mind and ~hardness of heart, and the rest. Consequently 140 2, 68 | piety satisfies the inmost heart with deeds of ~mercy," all 141 2, 68 | truths heard, refreshing the heart and enlightening its darkness," 142 2, 68 | it satisfies the ~inmost heart with deeds of mercy." These 143 2, 68 | signified ~by "the inmost heart," belongs also to the future 144 2, 68 | knowledge; against hardness of heart, piety; against ~piety, 145 2, 69 | Ps. 27:7: "In Him hath my heart hoped, and I have been ~ 146 2, 69 | the cleansing ~of man's heart, so that it is not defiled 147 2, 69 | Blessed are the clean of heart." But as regards the ~virtues 148 2, 69 | refer it to cleanness of heart: and when we read, "Blessed 149 2, 69 | man as to joyfulness of heart, and this he puts aside 150 2, 69 | clearly: hence the clean of heart are promised that they shall 151 2, 70 | and again, if a man's ~heart is perfectly set at peace 152 2, 72 | is "a fault hidden in the heart"; the second, "when it is ~ 153 2, 73 | the human body ~from the heart, which is the principle 154 2, 73 | adulterer, for the folly of his heart shall destroy his own soul." 155 2, 73 | them, who with their whole heart seek the Lord the God of 156 2, 74 | spiritual ~life, as the heart is of the body's life. But 157 2, 74 | But the diseases of the heart ~are deadly. Therefore the 158 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 2: Disease of the heart is twofold: one which is 159 2, 74 | the very ~substance of the heart, and affects its natural 160 2, 74 | other is a disease of the heart consisting ~in some disorder 161 2, 74 | the parts surrounding the ~heart, and such a disease is not 162 2, 77 | Lust hath perverted thy ~heart." ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] 163 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of ~heart?~(4) Whether these things 164 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 165 2, 79 | blindness ~and hardness of heart. For Augustine says (Qq. 166 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart. Therefore God is not the 167 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 168 2, 79 | God punishes the hardened heart, ~according to Ecclus. 3: 169 2, 79 | to Ecclus. 3:27: "A hard heart shall fear evil at the last." ~ 170 2, 79 | the cause of hardness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 171 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 172 2, 79 | written (Is. 6:10): "Blind the heart of this ~people, and make 173 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart imply two ~things. One is 174 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart, just as He is not ~the 175 2, 79 | to see aright, and ~man's heart is not softened to live 176 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 177 2, 79 | of ear, ~and hardness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[79] A[ 178 2, 79 | hearing, and "hardness of heart" to the affections.~Aquin.: 179 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart are directed to the salvation 180 2, 79 | blindness and hardness of heart are always ~directed to 181 2, 79 | blindness and ~hardness of heart, as stated above (A[3]). 182 2, 80 | certain fixed movements of the heart and the vital spirits: ~ 183 2, 85 | imagination and ~thought of man's heart are prone to evil from his 184 2, 87 | to the desires of their heart," i.e. to their ~passions; 185 2, 93 | which is poured into his heart ~by the Holy Ghost. Secondly, 186 2, 94 | can be abolished from the heart of man?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 187 2, 94 | can be abolished from the heart of man?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 188 2, 94 | can be abolished from the ~heart of man. Because on Rm. 2: 189 2, 94 | blotted out, is graven on the heart of man when he is restored 190 2, 94 | can be abolished from the heart of man.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 191 2, 94 | blotted out from the human heart, either by evil persuasions, 192 2, 98 | when Thou didst enlarge my heart," i.e. by giving me grace ~ 193 2, 99 | works of the Law, their heart was altogether ~fixed on 194 2, 100 | requires repose of the heart in God. Or, according to 195 2, 100 | them in the tables of thy ~heart." Therefore it was not fitting 196 2, 100 | be loved from our whole heart, which means that all things 197 2, 100 | Lord thy God with thy whole heart." And ~since these are two 198 2, 100 | hate thy brother in thy heart." To the sixth commandment 199 2, 101 | written (Ps. 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have rejoiced 200 2, 102 | inward sacrifice of the heart, whereby man offers his 201 2, 102 | animals represented purity of ~heart. Because as the gloss says 202 2, 102 | charity and ~simplicity of heart.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 203 2, 102 | s need ~of wisdom in the heart, to instruct the people - 204 2, 102 | breast-bone, which covers the heart; and his need of fortitude, 205 2, 102 | to denote devotion of the heart, which is necessary ~in 206 2, 102 | but the Lord beholdeth the heart." But those things that 207 2, 102 | breast, bearing them in his heart, so ~to speak. And the Lord 208 2, 102 | through baseness rending his heart, though it appear ~not in 209 2, 102 | people ~in their mind and heart by the solicitude of charity, 210 2, 102 | concerns not the ~body but the heart. Therefore it is unsuitably 211 2, 103 | ceremonies, having a sorrowful ~heart?" Therefore the ceremonies 212 2, 105 | the common good firmly at heart might attempt something 213 2, 105 | of the Jews' hardness of ~heart, as Our Lord declared (Mt. 214 2, 106 | is it instilled ~in the heart?~(2) Of its efficacy, i.e. 215 2, 106 | that is instilled in the heart is the natural ~law, according 216 2, 106 | that is instilled in the heart is ~common to those who 217 2, 106 | their mind, ~and in their heart will I write them." Therefore 218 2, 106 | the fleshly tables of the heart," ~as the Apostle expresses 219 2, 108 | and perfumes rejoice the heart: and ~the good counsels 220 2, 109 | 50:12: ~"Create a clean heart in me, O God, and renew 221 2, 109 | Lord thy God with thy whole heart" (Mt. ~27:37). Now man with 222 2, 109 | reason. For when ~man's heart is not so fixed on God as 223 2, 112 | in the midst of sin, his heart was perfectly ~moved by 224 2, 112 | moving, that the one whose heart He moves should attain to 225 2, 114 | hath it entered into the heart of man." And hence ~it is 226 2, 2 | give credit, is light of ~heart," so that, seemingly, he 227 2, 2 | thinks out and takes to heart whatever reasons he can ~ 228 2, 3 | says (Rm. 10:10): "With the heart we ~believe unto justice; 229 2, 7 | of faith?~(2) Whether the heart is purified by faith?~Aquin.: 230 2, 7 | effect of purifying the heart?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[2] 231 2, 7 | faith does not purify the heart. For purity of ~the heart 232 2, 7 | heart. For purity of ~the heart pertains chiefly to the 233 2, 7 | effect of purifying the heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[2] 234 2, 7 | that which purifies the heart is incompatible with ~impurity. 235 2, 7 | faith does not purify ~the heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[2] 236 2, 7 | were to purify the human heart in any way, it ~would chiefly 237 2, 7 | faith ~nowise purifies the heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[7] A[2] 238 2, 7 | the first beginning of the heart's purifying is faith; and 239 2, 7 | quickened by charity, the heart will be ~perfectly purified 240 2, 8 | can it penetrate into the heart of things. Now the natural ~ 241 2, 8 | that penetrates into the heart of things. Hence ~the supernatural 242 2, 8 | penetrate into their very heart. And in this ~sense we have 243 2, 8 | able to ~penetrate into the heart of the things that are proposed 244 2, 8 | unable to pierce into the heart ~of a thing. A man is said 245 2, 8 | Blessed are the clean of heart," etc., ~responds to the 246 2, 8 | Blessed are the clean of ~heart, for they shall see God," 247 2, 8 | understanding. Because cleanness of heart seems to belong chiefly 248 2, 8 | faith." Now cleanness of heart is acquired by the heart 249 2, 8 | heart is acquired by the heart being purified. ~Therefore 250 2, 8 | applicable to the ~clean of heart, whose eye being purified, 251 2, 8 | merit, viz. cleanness of heart; the other by ~way of reward, 252 2, 8 | God, and consists in the heart being cleansed of inordinate 253 2, 8 | and this cleanness of heart is effected by the virtues 254 2, 8 | The other cleanness of heart is a kind ~of complement 255 2, 10 | sorrow of her maternal ~heart by the delivery of so many 256 2, 12 | the finger. With a wicked heart he deviseth evil, and at 257 2, 12 | faith not only that the heart should believe, ~but also 258 2, 12 | apostate . . ~. with a wicked heart deviseth evil, and . . . 259 2, 12 | it is ~blasphemy of the heart, whereas if it betrays itself 260 2, 12 | interior blasphemy of ~the heart: and it is credible that 261 2, 14 | from Is. 6:10, "Blind the heart of this people," ~for, since 262 2, 15 | thee . . . shall be in thy heart." This refers to learning, 263 2, 15 | let them not go out of thy heart all the days of thy life."~ 264 2, 16 | hath not "entered into the heart of man." ~Therefore happiness 265 2, 16 | does not enter into the heart of man ~perfectly, i.e. 266 2, 16 | commandment is charity from a pure heart, and a good conscience," 267 2, 17 | praise for joyfulness of heart, and you shall ~cry for 268 2, 17 | shall ~cry for sorrow of heart, and shall howl for grief 269 2, 23 | commandment is charity from a pure heart, and a good conscience, 270 2, 23 | charity proceeds from "a pure ~heart, and a good conscience, 271 2, 23 | by ~charity, because the heart is enlarged thereby, according 272 2, 23 | according to 2 Cor. 6:11: ~"Our heart is enlarged"; so that it 273 2, 23 | so that a man's ~whole heart is always actually borne 274 2, 23 | that a ~man gives his whole heart to God habitually, viz. 275 2, 25 | for he ~must have a hard heart indeed, who not only refuses 276 2, 26 | Div. Nom. ~iv). But the heart of man cannot be wholly 277 2, 26 | God is ~greater than our heart" (1 Jn. 3:20). Therefore 278 2, 26 | thy ~God with thy whole heart."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 279 2, 26 | Lord thy God with thy whole heart." ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] 280 2, 26 | love Him with our whole heart," that is to love Him as ~ 281 2, 27 | hath it entered into the ~heart of man, what things God 282 2, 28 | the ~same thing. Now the heart of one man may happen to 283 2, 28 | to peace, because man's heart is not at peace, so long 284 2, 28 | loves God with his whole heart, by ~referring all things 285 2, 28 | denoting a man's ~compassionate heart [miserum cor] for another' 286 2, 30 | 15): "Shut up alms in the heart of the poor, and it shall ~ 287 2, 31 | own sins, and, in his own heart, sets himself above ~his 288 2, 31 | worse corruption in ~the heart." Wherefore we must say 289 2, 34 | corrupts the vanquished heart, the very exterior itself 290 2, 34 | there is frenzy in the heart, there is gnashing with ~ 291 2, 34 | enemy is infused ~into the heart of man, yet in this wickedness 292 2, 34 | has its chief place in his heart, for as quoted ~further 293 2, 35 | discord which is in the heart, secondly contention, which 294 2, 41 | evil lies hidden in the heart, ~wherefore it does not 295 2, 42 | love God, "with ~thy whole heart"?~(5) Whether it is fittingly 296 2, 42 | is charity from a ~pure heart, and a good conscience, 297 2, 42 | either to ~the freeing of the heart from the whirl of the passions - 298 2, 42 | love God. ~For an impure heart is withdrawn from loving 299 2, 42 | hate thy ~brother in thy heart"; against sloth (Ecclus. 300 2, 42 | love God with his whole ~heart?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 301 2, 42 | love God with his whole heart. For the mode of a virtuous 302 2, 42 | the ~words "with thy whole heart" signify the mode of the 303 2, 42 | love God with his ~whole heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 304 2, 42 | be loved ~with the whole heart, whoever does something 305 2, 42 | love God with one's whole heart belongs to ~perfection, 306 2, 42 | love God with our whole heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 307 2, 42 | thy ~God with thy whole heart."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 308 2, 42 | the words "with thy whole heart."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 309 2, 42 | love God with one's whole heart has a twofold ~signification. 310 2, 42 | actually, so that a man's whole heart be always ~actually directed 311 2, 42 | sense that a man's whole heart be habitually directed to 312 2, 42 | the actual movement of the heart towards God.~Aquin.: SMT 313 2, 42 | thy God with thy whole ~heart," it was fitting to add " 314 2, 42 | thy God, with thy whole heart," to add, "and with thy 315 2, 42 | strength" (Dt. 6:5). For heart does not mean ~here a part 316 2, 42 | bodily action: and ~therefore heart is to be taken here in a 317 2, 42 | spiritual sense. Now the heart ~understood spiritually 318 2, 42 | superfluous to mention both heart and soul.~Aquin.: SMT SS 319 2, 42 | corporal depends ~on the heart. Therefore after the words, " 320 2, 42 | thy ~God with thy whole heart," it was unnecessary to 321 2, 42 | mentioned: "with thy whole heart," and "with thy whole soul," 322 2, 42 | mentioned, viz. "with ~thy whole heart" and "with thy whole soul," 323 2, 42 | four, viz. "with thy whole heart," and "with thy whole soul," ~ 324 2, 42 | is here denoted ~by the "heart," because just as the bodily 325 2, 42 | because just as the bodily heart is the principle of all ~ 326 2, 42 | the words "with thy whole ~heart"; to submit our intellect 327 2, 42 | on the other hand, takes "heart" and "soul" in the contrary ~ 328 2, 42 | Christ. i, 22) refers "heart" to the ~thought, "soul" 329 2, 42 | explain "with thy whole heart" as denoting the intellect, " 330 2, 42 | De Hom. Opif. viii), ~"heart" signifies the vegetative 331 2, 42 | cannot love God with ~all his heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 332 2, 42 | will give My Law in ~their heart [*Vulg.: 'in their bowels, 333 2, 42 | will write it in their ~heart']." Now God causes in us 334 2, 42 | love God ~with our "whole heart," we are given to understand 335 2, 43 | deficiencies, sympathy ~in his heart, and succor in his actions, 336 2, 44 | folly implies ~apathy in the heart and dullness in the senses, 337 2, 44 | consists in covering the heart with crafty ~devices;" and 338 2, 45 | lust hath subverted thy heart," ~and (Ex. 23:8): "Neither 339 2, 47 | and join ~thyself from thy heart to their wisdom." Now it 340 2, 47 | way to arouse ~love in his heart, yet if pride or suspicion 341 2, 47 | of flattery arise in his ~heart, it will no longer be a 342 2, 53 | Douay: 'Deceit'] is ~in the heart of them that think evil 343 2, 53 | Guile is also in the ~heart, according to Ecclus. 19: 344 2, 58 | benevolence but from bitterness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 345 2, 58 | imagination and thought of man's ~heart are prone to evil from his 346 2, 67 | 140:4): "Incline not my ~heart to evil words, to make excuses 347 2, 70 | O foolish and slow of heart to believe!" Therefore railing 348 2, 70 | uttered through lightness of heart or some slight anger, without 349 2, 71 | uttered out of lightness of heart or for some ~unnecessary 350 2, 71 | speak from lightness of heart, so as to injure ~someone' 351 2, 71 | but through ~lightness of heart or a slip of the tongue.~ 352 2, 76 | sin in the malice of his heart. Hence there is passive 353 2, 79 | written (Ps. 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have ~rejoiced 354 2, 79 | internal actions belong to the ~heart, so do external actions 355 2, 81 | interior movements of ~the heart. Nevertheless, according 356 2, 81 | interior movements of the heart, is made known to them in 357 2, 81 | blessed are the ~pure in heart, let us pray lest we have 358 2, 81 | pray lest we have a double heart by seeking after ~worldly 359 2, 81 | knows the language of ~the heart. Therefore it is useless 360 2, 81 | Psalmist (Ps. 26:8) said: "My heart hath said to ~Thee: 'My 361 2, 81 | that ~"she spoke in her heart." Secondly, the voice is 362 2, 81 | according to Ps. 15:9, "My heart hath been ~glad, and my 363 2, 81 | or by openly striking the heart, or ~extending the hands, 364 2, 81 | according to Ps. 39:13, "My heart hath forsaken me."~Aquin.: 365 2, 81 | and devout clamor of the ~heart. Indeed this business is 366 2, 86 | but the Lord beholdeth the heart." Yet we express ~words 367 2, 86 | hath ~determined in his heart, not with sadness, or of 368 2, 89 | with their lips, ~but their heart is far from Me." Therefore 369 2, 89 | praise of God lies in the ~heart rather than on the lips.~ 370 2, 89 | one praise not with the heart. For the heart speaks God' 371 2, 89 | with the heart. For the heart speaks God's praises when 372 2, 89 | the ~voice but with the heart. Nor should you, like play-actors, 373 2, 89 | Further, the praise of the heart is more important than the ~ 374 2, 89 | lips. But the praise of the heart is hindered by singing, ~ 375 2, 92 | keeps the ~faith in his heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 376 2, 92 | the sentiments of one's heart. ~Wherefore Augustine condemns 377 2, 94 | better to bear them in your heart than to wear them round 378 2, 95 | knows the secrets of the heart, but in relation to man. 379 2, 98 | sometimes, faith being in one's heart, so too the vices ~opposed 380 2, 98 | internal movements of the heart, whereof God alone is the 381 2, 99 | the inmost recesses of the heart with works of ~mercy." Now 382 2, 101 | internal ~movement of the heart, for instance when a man 383 2, 102 | of ~God, Who searches the heart, it may happen that even 384 2, 104 | kindness depends on the heart rather than on the deed, 385 2, 104 | gratitude depends chiefly the heart. Hence Seneca says (De Benef. ~ 386 2, 104 | the ~outpourings of the heart, not only in his hearing 387 2, 104 | to be incurable, then his heart has ~changed, and consequently 388 2, 104 | on the affection of the heart: wherefore repayment should ~ 389 2, 104 | namely, the affection of the heart and the gift, so also must ~ 390 2, 104 | regards the ~affection of the heart, repayment should be made 391 2, 104 | given little with a large heart, and ~has bestowed a small 392 2, 106 | 7): "Of three things my heart ~hath been afraid . . . 393 2, 107 | truth, and with a perfect heart." Now one ~lives aright 394 2, 107 | while having another in ~his heart: so that simplicity pertains 395 2, 110 | and the loftiness of his heart. I know, saith the Lord, ~ 396 2, 110 | Tyre (Ezech. 28:2): "Thy heart is lifted up, and thou hast 397 2, 111 | are seven mischiefs in his heart." Now it ~belongs to irony 398 2, 112 | written (Eccles. 7:5): "The heart of ~the wise is where there 399 2, 112 | there is mourning, and the heart of fools where there ~is 400 2, 112 | When it is said that "the heart of the wise is where there ~ 401 2, 112 | that mourn." ~Again, "the heart of fools is where there 402 2, 115 | Offic. i) that "it is the heart that makes a gift rich or 403 2, 115 | quantity given, but on the heart of the giver. Now the heart 404 2, 115 | heart of the giver. Now the heart of the giver ~is disposed 405 2, 116 | because, to ~wit, a man's heart is not softened by mercy 406 2, 119 | inmost recesses of the ~heart with works of mercy": and 407 2, 120 | thing to be formed is the heart, and in building a ~home 408 2, 120 | must fall out from man's heart, "and a short covering cannot ~ 409 2, 122 | says (Rm. 10:10), "With the heart we believe unto ~justice, 410 2, 122 | however, Who searcheth ~the heart, this may be deemed worthy 411 2, 123 | every mortal sin turns the heart wholly from God. But ~fear 412 2, 123 | not so wholly terrified at heart, but that he can ~rally 413 2, 123 | terrified with his whole heart when fear banishes his courage ~ 414 2, 130 | according to ~Ezech. 28:2, "Thy heart is lifted up, and Thou hast 415 2, 130 | to a ~godly faith, if the heart desires glory more than 416 2, 134 | marvel at their ~hardness of heart, but we must refuse to call 417 2, 143 | according to Ezech. 28:17, "Thy ~heart was lifted up with thy beauty, 418 2, 144 | ought, i.e. with gladness of heart, and for the due end, i.e. 419 2, 145 | converted to Me with all your heart, in fasting and in weeping 420 2, 145 | the spirit, renders the heart ~contrite and humble, scatters 421 2, 145 | love God, with our whole heart, with our whole soul, and 422 2, 146 | Eccles. 2:3, "I thought in my heart to withdraw ~my flesh from 423 2, 147 | 2:3): "I thought in my ~heart to withdraw my flesh from 424 2, 147 | joy of the soul and the heart."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] 425 2, 151 | lust hath perverted thy heart." In this respect we have " 426 2, 151 | latter enfeebles a man's ~heart and renders it effeminate, 427 2, 151 | drunkenness take away the heart [Douay: 'understanding']." ~ 428 2, 151 | of the abundance of the heart the mouth ~speaketh" (Mt. 429 2, 151 | the lustful man, whose heart is full of lewd ~concupiscences, 430 2, 152 | adultery with her in his heart." Much ~more therefore are 431 2, 155 | I am meek and humble of heart"; and Hilary declares ~[* 432 2, 156 | hate thy brother ~in thy heart." Now it would seem unlawful 433 2, 156 | says (Moral. v, 45): "The ~heart goaded by the pricks of 434 2, 157 | nothing else but hardness of heart in ~exacting punishment."~ 435 2, 157 | regards the hardness of ~heart, which makes one ready to 436 2, 159 | I am meek, and humble of heart.'"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[161] 437 2, 159 | written (Ps. 130:1), "Lord, my heart ~is not exalted, nor are 438 2, 159 | I am meek and humble ~of heart." Moreover, Gregory says ( 439 2, 159 | to be "humble not only in heart, but also to ~show it in 440 2, 160 | inward arrogance of the heart it is reckoned by ~Gregory 441 2, 160 | humility is to "be humble ~in heart, and to show it in one's 442 2, 160 | account of their pride of heart, men of science were ~delivered " 443 2, 160 | vanquished and captured the ~heart, forthwith delivers it into 444 2, 164 | wisdom, my son, and ~make my heart joyful, that thou mayest 445 2, 164 | treasure is, there is thy heart also." And since man has 446 2, 166 | of which is to cheer the heart of man, is not unlawful 447 2, 168 | but it lies hidden in the ~heart; and its inordinateness 448 2, 169 | speak a vision of their own heart, and not out of the mouth 449 2, 169 | the secrets of his heart are made manifest." ~Therefore 450 2, 173 | Lord, for Thyself, and our heart is restless, till it rest 451 2, 174 | because the secrets of his heart are made manifest (Acts 452 2, 178 | treasure is, there is ~thy heart also," sometimes for love 453 2, 178 | this without cleanness of heart, which is a ~result of moral 454 2, 178 | Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall see God": 455 2, 178 | Holiness or cleanness of heart is caused by the virtues ~ 456 2, 178 | causing peace and cleanness of heart.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] A[ 457 2, 181 | those who direct their heart according to God's will." 458 2, 182 | thy ~God with thy whole heart," and (Lev. 19:18): "Thou 459 2, 182 | loving ~God with our whole heart, and our neighbor as ourselves. 460 2, 182 | thy God with thy whole ~heart": since "the whole" is the 461 2, 182 | the ~Lord beholdeth the heart," it follows that with regard 462 2, 183 | servant shall say in his heart: My lord is ~long a-coming," 463 2, 184 | love God with their whole ~heart, yet there is a certain 464 2, 184 | from entering into ~the heart, they destroy life at its 465 2, 184 | them who with ~their whole heart seek the Lord the God of 466 2, 184 | fathers with their whole heart rather ~than seculars, who 467 2, 184 | written (Jer. ~23:9): "My heart is broken within me," and 468 2, 186 | the desert ~and purity of heart; some are occupied with 469 2, 186 | 2:3): "I thought in my heart to withdraw my flesh ~from 470 2, 186 | means of acquiring purity of heart." Now it is evident ~that 471 2, 186 | and I will speak to her heart." Wherefore it is not ~suitable 472 2, 186 | body, if solitude ~of the heart be lacking?" Hence a social 473 2, 186 | so ~does He dwell in the heart of the man who devotes himself 474 2, 187 | entering religion to which his heart has given birth is from ~ 475 3, 5 | I am meek and humble of heart.' And God says of Him by 476 3, 8 | receiving ~an influx from the heart. But Christ is the universal 477 3, 8 | exterior members; but the heart has a certain hidden influence. 478 3, 8 | Ghost is likened to the heart, since He invisibly quickens 479 3, 13 | the soul, wherewith the heart is ~moved, naturally follow 480 3, 18 | have been ~by His human heart, since He did not transfigure 481 3, 21 | the person of Christ: "My ~heart and My flesh have rejoiced 482 3, 21 | by the outpouring of the heart into the flesh, ~inasmuch 483 3, 22 | grace, by which the sinner's heart is turned to God: ~whereas 484 3, 27 | words, pondering them in her heart." But she had not the use 485 3, 30 | not ~borne Christ in her heart after a more blessed manner 486 3, 31 | man according to His own ~heart." And consequently Christ 487 3, 36 | struck terror into ~the heart of a proud king?"~Aquin.: 488 3, 38 | the body and cleanses the heart, save by the efficacy of ~ 489 3, 39 | the word conceived in the ~heart. But the Father is not the 490 3, 40 | and I will speak to her heart." Therefore it ~seems that 491 3, 40 | three ways, 'with our whole heart, our whole soul, and our 492 3, 40 | I am meek and ~humble of heart." But humility is most commendable 493 3, 42 | the fleshly tables of the heart," as the ~Apostle says ( 494 3, 43 | are ~shown to be hard of heart who are unwilling to believe 495 3, 44 | signify that man's stony heart would be softened, ~and 496 3, 46 | grief of every contrite heart, both because it flowed 497 3, 46 | and no man layeth it to heart."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 498 3, 51 | is ~borne into the stony heart of the gentile; for it is 499 3, 51 | the Son of man be in the ~heart of the earth three days 500 3, 51 | nights." But He was in the heart ~of the earth while He was


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