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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 20 | secondly His justice and mercy. ~About the first there 2 1, 21 | Para. 1/1 - THE JUSTICE AND MERCY OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~After 3 1, 21 | treat of God's justice and ~mercy. Under this head there are 4 1, 21 | truth?~(3) Whether there is mercy in God?~(4) Whether in every 5 1, 21 | God there are justice and mercy?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 6 1, 21 | it is said (Ps. 84:11): "Mercy and truth have met each ~ 7 1, 21 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mercy can be attributed to God?~ 8 1, 21 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that mercy cannot be attributed to 9 1, 21 | be attributed to God. For mercy is a ~kind of sorrow, as 10 1, 21 | and therefore there is no mercy in Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 21 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, mercy is a relaxation of justice. 12 1, 21 | deny His words. ~Therefore mercy is not becoming to God.~ 13 1, 21 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Mercy is especially to be attributed 14 1, 21 | and this is the effect of mercy. To sorrow, therefore, over 15 1, 21 | justice, ~liberality, and mercy; yet under different aspects. 16 1, 21 | expel defects, it belongs to mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 17 1, 21 | This argument is based on mercy, regarded as an affection ~ 18 1, 21 | Hence it is clear that mercy does not destroy justice, 19 1, 21 | thereof. And thus it is said: "Mercy exalteth ~itself above judgement" ( 20 1, 21 | every work of God there are mercy and justice?~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 21 | in every work of God are mercy and justice. For ~some works 22 1, 21 | of God are attributed to mercy, as the justification of 23 1, 21 | said: "Judgment without mercy to him that hath not done 24 1, 21 | to him that hath not done mercy" (James ~2:13). Therefore 25 1, 21 | in every work of God do mercy and justice appear.~Aquin.: 26 1, 21 | that of the Gentiles to mercy (Rm. 15). Therefore ~not 27 1, 21 | work of God are justice and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 28 1, 21 | work of God are justice and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[21] A[ 29 1, 21 | pay what is due, but of ~mercy to relieve misery. Thus 30 1, 21 | misery. Thus both justice and mercy presuppose something ~in 31 1, 21 | Therefore in ~creation neither mercy nor justice is found.~Aquin.: 32 1, 21 | the ways of the Lord are ~mercy and truth."~Aquin.: SMT 33 1, 21 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Mercy and truth are necessarily 34 1, 21 | in all God's works, ~if mercy be taken to mean the removal 35 1, 21 | presupposes the work of mercy; and is founded ~thereupon. 36 1, 21 | primary source, there appears mercy. In all that follows, ~the 37 1, 21 | that follows, ~the power of mercy remains, and works indeed 38 1, 21 | and certain others ~to mercy, because in some justice 39 1, 21 | forcibly and in others ~mercy. Even in the damnation of 40 1, 21 | damnation of the reprobate mercy is seen, which, ~though 41 1, 21 | OBJ 2: God's justice and mercy appear both in the conversion 42 1, 21 | Reply OBJ 3: Justice and mercy appear in the punishment 43 1, 21 | goodness. And the idea ~of mercy, also, is preserved in the 44 1, 23 | which is due ~pertains to mercy; as was shown previously ( 45 1, 23 | Rm. 9:15: "I will have ~mercy upon whom I will have mercy" 46 1, 23 | mercy upon whom I will have mercy" says: "I will give mercy 47 1, 23 | mercy" says: "I will give mercy to him who, I ~foresee, 48 1, 23 | is "the purpose to have ~mercy," as Augustine says (De 49 1, 23 | done, but according to His mercy He saved us." But as He ~ 50 1, 23 | predestines, by means of His mercy, as sparing them; and in 51 1, 23 | glory on the ~vessels of mercy, which He hath prepared 52 1, 23 | especially, however, appears the mercy of God, that He has chosen ~ 53 1, 25 | especially by sparing and having mercy" [*Collect, 10th Sunday 54 1, 25 | power is to ~spare and have mercy. There are things much greater, 55 1, 25 | than ~sparing and having mercy; for example, to create 56 1, 25 | shown in sparing and ~having mercy, because in this is it made 57 1, 25 | because ~by sparing and having mercy upon men, He leads them 58 1, 25 | the effect of ~the divine mercy is the foundation of all 59 1, 45 | justification of the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" poured out ~ 60 1, 64 | 2: Further, since God's mercy is infinite, it is greater 61 1, 64 | justice save through God's mercy. Therefore the ~demons can 62 1, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God's mercy delivers from sin those 63 1, 64 | delivered by the Divine mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 64 1, 46 | justification of the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" poured out ~ 65 1, 65 | 2: Further, since God's mercy is infinite, it is greater 66 1, 65 | justice save through God's mercy. Therefore the ~demons can 67 1, 65 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: God's mercy delivers from sin those 68 1, 65 | delivered by the Divine mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[64] A[ 69 1, 94 | that regards sin committed. Mercy, ~too, is a virtue concerned 70 1, 94 | for sin ~committed; and mercy, which is sorrow for others' 71 1, 94 | above of ~penance and of mercy. But other virtues there 72 1, 94 | given to us through the mercy of ~God, Who succors most 73 1, 106 | long wilt Thou not have mercy on ~Jerusalem." Therefore 74 1, 113 | is not befitting ~God's mercy. Therefore the conquered 75 2, 6 | involuntary ~act deserves mercy or indulgence, and is done 76 2, 46 | 27:4) that "anger hath no mercy, nor fury when it breaketh ~ 77 2, 46 | But hatred sometimes has mercy. Therefore anger is more 78 2, 46 | desired, anger has more mercy than hatred has. For since 79 2, 46 | the angry man, then he has mercy. Wherefore the Philosopher 80 2, 46 | the desire, anger excludes mercy more than hatred ~does; 81 2, 47 | certain extent calls for mercy ~and forgiveness. Those, 82 2, 63 | 31:18): ~"From my infancy mercy grew up with me; and it 83 2, 64 | poor is the most perfect mercy ~or liberality. Therefore 84 2, 68 | inmost heart with deeds of ~mercy," all of which are incompatible 85 2, 68 | inmost heart with deeds of mercy." These words taken literally 86 2, 68 | will ~achieve, not works of mercy, but fellowship of joy. 87 2, 69 | meekness, justice, and ~mercy, which are said to be virtues. 88 2, 69 | same applies to justice and mercy. And though these might 89 2, 69 | life, men "obtain" God's "Mercy." Again, the eye ~being 90 2, 69 | correspond to the beatitude of mercy: yet nothing is included 91 2, 69 | which, properly, is to have ~mercy: hence the fifth beatitude 92 2, 69 | respect of knowledge, and mercy in respect of counsel.~Aquin.: 93 2, 69 | thirst for justice, and mercy too, correspond ~to piety, 94 2, 69 | iniquities with works of ~mercy to the poor." It is thus 95 2, 69 | again, recede from works of mercy, lest ~they be busied with 96 2, 69 | that they should obtain mercy, and be delivered from all 97 2, 69 | abundance of comfort. And mercy surpasses ~satiety, for 98 2, 72 | far as to presume on God's mercy or to give ~himself up to 99 2, 73 | Lord Who is good will show mercy to ~all them, who with their 100 2, 76 | 1:13: "I obtained . . ~. mercy . . . because I did it ignorantly." 101 2, 79 | and Rm. 9:18: "He hath mercy on whom ~He will, and whom 102 2, 79 | another, by reason of God's mercy or providence, viz. that ~ 103 2, 79 | reprobation. But, through God's ~mercy, temporary blindness is 104 2, 79 | those who are blinded. This mercy, however, is not vouchsafed ~ 105 2, 79 | welfare, is due to His mercy; but that the blindness 106 2, 79 | that He vouchsafes His ~mercy to some, and not to all, 107 2, 85 | according to Ps. 6:3, "Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am 108 2, 89 | 1:13: "I obtained the ~mercy of God, because I did it 109 2, 98 | but of God that showeth mercy." ~Wherefore it is written ( 110 2, 100 | to religion, liberality, mercy, ~and chastity; so there 111 2, 102 | a memorial of the Divine mercy. Again, these three things ~ 112 2, 105 | Divine Law should encourage mercy more even than the ~human 113 2, 106 | Moses dieth without any mercy under two or three ~witnesses. 114 2, 107 | that, "whereas God ~in His mercy wished religion to be a 115 2, 109 | but ~of God that showeth mercy." And Augustine says (De 116 2, 109 | understand ~that God, of His own mercy, leads us to everlasting 117 2, 111 | but of God that sheweth mercy." Therefore no grace ought 118 2, 111 | grace is the outcome of His mercy. Now both are ~said in Ps. 119 2, 111 | said in Ps. 58:11: "His mercy shall prevent me," and again, 120 2, 111 | and again, Ps. 22:6: ~"Thy mercy will follow me." Therefore 121 2, 113 | the ~humble"; and again by mercy, according to Prov. 15:27: " 122 2, 113 | according to Prov. 15:27: "By mercy and ~faith sins are purged 123 2, 113 | various ~ends. But the act of mercy counteracts sin either by 124 2, 113 | inasmuch as the merciful obtain mercy; and thus it can either 125 2, 113 | justification, ~inasmuch as mercy is included in the love 126 2, 113 | by pardoning and ~having mercy," and Augustine, expounding 127 2, 113 | power, one betokens greater mercy."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 128 2, 114 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, God's mercy and liberality infinitely 129 2, 114 | infinitely surpass human ~mercy and liberality. Now a man 130 2, 114 | everlasting of ~His own mercy and not by our merits." 131 2, 114 | he receives it not from mercy, but from merit. Hence it 132 2, 114 | everlasting life, viz. God's mercy. But our merit is a ~subsequent 133 2, 114 | impetration of prayer rests on mercy, whereas condign ~merit 134 2, 114 | things from the ~Divine mercy in prayer, which he does 135 2, 114 | as by these good works of mercy, exercised towards the poor, 136 2, 114 | way of merit, but only on mercy.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 137 2, 10 | contumelious; but I obtained . . . mercy . . . ~because I did it 138 2, 10 | league ~with them, nor show mercy to them; neither shalt thou 139 2, 11 | Church, however, there is mercy which looks to the ~conversion 140 2, 13 | to deny God's justice ~or mercy belongs to unbelief. Now, 141 2, 13 | despair, a man rejects God's mercy, ~and by presumption, His 142 2, 13 | merits ~presume on God's mercy, sin against the Holy Ghost," 143 2, 13 | justice is accompanied with mercy, man is hindered from sinning 144 2, 13 | the consideration of the mercy that ~pardons sins and rewards 145 2, 13 | disbelieving in God's justice and mercy, but in contemning them.~ 146 2, 13 | considering God's ~omnipotence and mercy. But if we consider the 147 2, 17 | on God's omnipotence and mercy, whereby even he that has 148 2, 17 | of God's omnipotence and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 149 2, 17 | deficiency in God's power or mercy, in which hope places its 150 2, 18 | punishes those who sin, and His mercy, in respect of which He ~ 151 2, 18 | the consideration of His mercy gives rise to hope, so that, ~ 152 2, 19 | one's own guilt to God's mercy and goodness, ~is to deny 153 2, 19 | infinity of God's goodness and mercy, and so savors of ~unbelief. 154 2, 19 | own guilt to the Divine mercy ~and goodness, according 155 2, 19 | in universal, that God's mercy is ~not infinite, he would 156 2, 19 | is no hope of the Divine mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 157 2, 20 | man despises the Divine ~mercy, on which hope relies, so, 158 2, 20 | justice is in God even as ~mercy is. Therefore, just as despair 159 2, 20 | possible by the power and mercy of God, whereas it ~is not 160 2, 20 | 3: Presumption on God's mercy implies both conversion 161 2, 20 | Thee, and presuming of Thy mercy." Therefore ~presumption 162 2, 20 | Therefore ~presumption on God's mercy is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 163 2, 20 | God, since His power and mercy are ~infinite. Therefore 164 2, 20 | more proper to God to have ~mercy and to spare, than to punish: 165 2, 20 | most of all on the Divine mercy. Now mercy ~[misericordia] 166 2, 20 | on the Divine mercy. Now mercy ~[misericordia] regards 167 2, 20 | inordinate trust in the Divine mercy or ~power, consisting in 168 2, 27 | 1) Joy, ~(2) Peace, (3) Mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[28] Out. 169 2, 28 | Q[30] Out. Para. 1/1~OF MERCY (FOUR ARTICLES) [*The one 170 2, 28 | signifies ~either pity or mercy. The distinction between 171 2, 28 | for the virtue, whereas mercy stands only for ~the virtue.]~ 172 2, 28 | must now go on to consider Mercy, under which head there 173 2, 28 | Whether evil is the cause of mercy on the part of the person 174 2, 28 | belong to pity?~(3) Whether mercy is a virtue?~(4) Whether 175 2, 28 | is properly the motive of mercy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 176 2, 28 | evil is not the motive of ~mercy. For, as shown above (Q[ 177 2, 28 | indignation rather than mercy. Therefore evil does not 178 2, 28 | Therefore evil does not excite mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 179 2, 28 | such, is not the motive of mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 180 2, 28 | of evils ~excite one to mercy, as the Philosopher states ( 181 2, 28 | is not an incentive to mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 182 2, 28 | De Fide Orth. ii, 2) that mercy is a ~kind of sorrow. Now 183 2, 28 | Therefore it is the ~motive of mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 184 2, 28 | says (De Civ. Dei ix, 5), mercy is heartfelt ~sympathy for 185 2, 28 | succor him if we can. ~For mercy takes its name "misericordia" 186 2, 28 | Accordingly the motive of "mercy," being something pertaining 187 2, 28 | deserves punishment rather than mercy. Since, however, fault ~ 188 2, 28 | this respect, call for ~mercy. It is in this sense that 189 2, 28 | Prov. 27:4: "Anger hath no mercy, nor ~fury when it breaketh 190 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mercy is a virtue?~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that mercy is not a virtue. For the 192 2, 28 | be called a virtue. But mercy ~hinders counsel, according 193 2, 28 | from . . . ~anger . . . and mercy, because the mind does not 194 2, 28 | stand in the way." Therefore mercy is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 195 2, 28 | nemesis ~is contrary to mercy, as the Philosopher states ( 196 2, 28 | Rhet. ii, 9). Therefore mercy is not a virtue.~Aquin.: 197 2, 28 | A[4]; Q[29], A[4]). Now ~mercy, also, results from charity; 198 2, 28 | that rejoice. Therefore ~mercy is not a special virtue.~ 199 2, 28 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, since mercy belongs to the appetitive 200 2, 28 | Ethic. ii, 7). Therefore mercy is not a ~virtue.~Aquin.: 201 2, 28 | or more graceful than thy mercy.'" ~Therefore mercy is a 202 2, 28 | thy mercy.'" ~Therefore mercy is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 203 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Mercy signifies grief for another' 204 2, 28 | appetite, in ~which case mercy is not a virtue but a passion; 205 2, 28 | movement of the mind" (viz. ~mercy) "obeys the reason, when 206 2, 28 | obeys the reason, when mercy is vouchsafed in such a 207 2, 28 | AA[4],5), it follows that mercy is a virtue.~Aquin.: SMT 208 2, 28 | understood as applying to ~the mercy which is a passion unregulated 209 2, 28 | virtue ~besides charity. But mercy regards a certain special 210 2, 28 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Mercy, considered as a virtue, 211 2, 28 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether mercy is the greatest of the virtues?~ 212 2, 28 | OBJ 1: It would seem that mercy is the greatest of the virtues. 213 2, 28 | a most virtuous act. But mercy is preferred before ~the 214 2, 28 | 12:7: "I have desired ~mercy and not sacrifice." Therefore 215 2, 28 | not sacrifice." Therefore mercy is the greatest virtue.~ 216 2, 28 | rule of life ~consists in mercy and godliness." Now the 217 2, 28 | virtues is contained in ~mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[30] A[ 218 2, 28 | is chiefly the result of mercy, since of God is it said ( 219 2, 28 | is merciful." ~Therefore mercy is the greatest of virtues.~ 220 2, 28 | God . . . the bowels of mercy," etc., adds (Col. 3:14): ~" 221 2, 28 | have charity." Therefore mercy is not the greatest of ~ 222 2, 28 | its subject. In itself, ~mercy takes precedence of other 223 2, 28 | virtues, for it belongs to mercy to be ~bountiful to others, 224 2, 28 | who stands above. Hence mercy is accounted ~as being proper 225 2, 28 | with regard to its subject, mercy is not the greatest ~virtue, 226 2, 28 | beneath. [*"The quality of mercy is not strained./'Tis mightiest ~ 227 2, 28 | to God, is greater than mercy, ~whereby he supplies the 228 2, 28 | relate to our neighbor, mercy is the greatest, even as 229 2, 28 | profit our neighbor. Hence mercy, whereby we ~supply others' 230 2, 28 | Christian religion consists in mercy, ~as regards external works: 231 2, 28 | preponderates over both love and mercy for our neighbor.~Aquin.: 232 2, 28 | wherefore it surpasses mercy, which likens us to God 233 2, 29 | this respect is an ~act of mercy. Therefore every benefit 234 2, 29 | of ~justice, or an act of mercy. Therefore it is not an 235 2, 30 | which motive belongs to mercy, as stated above (Q[30], 236 2, 30 | properly speaking, an act of mercy. ~This appears in its very 237 2, 30 | is derived ~from having mercy {eleein} even as the Latin " 238 2, 30 | miseratio" is. And since ~mercy is an effect of charity, 239 2, 30 | charity through the medium of ~mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 240 2, 30 | enumerating the works of mercy, ~made no mention of the 241 2, 30 | almsgiving is a work of mercy. But the reproof of the ~ 242 2, 30 | severity rather than of mercy. ~Therefore it ought not 243 2, 30 | with the other works of ~mercy, but those only which are 244 2, 30 | of sin, ~it is an act of mercy and lovingkindness, according 245 2, 30 | Since almsdeeds are works of mercy, just as a man does not, ~ 246 2, 31 | says in his Rule: "Show mercy not only to ~yourselves, 247 2, 31 | correction is a work of ~mercy. Therefore even prelates 248 2, 31 | according to Ps. 6:3: "Have mercy on me, O Lord, for I am 249 2, 41 | as of the other works of ~mercy, of which we shall speak 250 2, 41 | counsels nor ~even the works of mercy are to be altogether omitted 251 2, 41 | fulfilment of the works of mercy ~are necessary for salvation. 252 2, 43 | consenting to the good, full of mercy and good fruits, judging ~ 253 2, 43 | denoted by the words ~"full of mercy and good fruits." Thirdly, 254 2, 50 | beatitude, which is that of mercy, corresponds to the ~gift 255 2, 50 | beatitude, which is that of mercy, ~does not correspond to 256 2, 50 | necessary ~for salvation. Now mercy is necessary for salvation, 257 2, 50 | 2:13, "Judgment without mercy to him that hath not done 258 2, 50 | to him that hath not done mercy." On the ~other hand poverty 259 2, 50 | than to the beatitude ~of mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 260 2, 50 | neither does the beatitude of mercy correspond to the ~gift 261 2, 50 | of counsel. Now such is mercy, according to 1 Tim. 4:8, ~" 262 2, 50 | which is the same ~as mercy; see note on SS, Q[30], 263 2, 50 | Therefore the beatitude of mercy specially corresponds to 264 2, 50 | eliciting but as directing mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 265 2, 50 | special way in works of mercy, for the reason given above.~ 266 2, 50 | and yet not every work of mercy is ~necessary for salvation.~ 267 2, 50 | benignity" ~which correspond to mercy.~ 268 2, 53 | solicitude about works of mercy is praiseworthy, ~according 269 2, 53 | connected with ~works of mercy; for instance, when a man 270 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 3: In the works of mercy solicitude about temporal 271 2, 56 | secondary ~virtues, such as mercy, liberality and the like 272 2, 56 | needy, ~which belongs to mercy or pity, and to be liberally 273 2, 63 | through being more opposed to mercy, and because the same injury ~ 274 2, 65 | 2:13): "Judgment without mercy" shall be done ~"to him 275 2, 65 | to him that hath not done mercy." Now no man is punished 276 2, 65 | any judge can lawfully do mercy by ~remitting the punishment.~ 277 2, 65 | a place for the judge's mercy in matters that are ~left 278 2, 65 | not ~left to him to show mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 279 2, 69 | about performing works of mercy, being ~affirmative, is 280 2, 69 | belongs to the works ~of mercy, the answer to this inquiry 281 2, 69 | regard to the other works of mercy (Q[32], AA[5],9). Now no 282 2, 69 | sufficient to bestow a work of mercy on all those who need it. 283 2, 69 | suffices to do works of mercy to those one meets with. 284 2, 69 | bound ~to bestow the work of mercy on him. If, however, it 285 2, 69 | debarred from doing works of ~mercy. Now it belongs to the works 286 2, 69 | belongs to the works of mercy to defend a man's suit, 287 2, 69 | from performing works of mercy: for not all the ~works 288 2, 69 | for not all the ~works of mercy are becoming to all persons: 289 2, 69 | for ~pleading. Works of mercy should not be done with 290 2, 69 | thee." ~Now it is a work of mercy to plead another's cause, 291 2, 69 | can do from ~motives of mercy: else no man could lawfully 292 2, 69 | be given from motives of mercy. But when a man does give 293 2, 69 | does give a ~thing out of mercy, he should seek, not a human, 294 2, 79 | commanding, and an act of mercy as ~eliciting; and "to keep 295 2, 81 | Blessed Trinity "to have mercy on ~us," while we ask any 296 2, 81 | should have to implore the ~mercy of God alone. Nevertheless 297 2, 81 | of God's omnipotence and mercy, which are the source whence 298 2, 81 | God hears him not through mercy but sometimes through vengeance ~ 299 2, 81 | sin. For "God refuses ~in mercy what He grants in anger," 300 2, 81 | be heard, but out of pure mercy [*Cf. A[15], ad 1], provided ~ 301 2, 81 | but in order to implore mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 302 2, 83 | it belongs to charity, mercy and liberality to do good 303 2, 88 | besought the faithful "by the mercy of God" ~(Rm. 12:1): and 304 2, 99 | the heart with works of ~mercy." Now the works of mercy 305 2, 99 | mercy." Now the works of mercy are to be done to all, according 306 2, 99 | connection with works of mercy, in the language of the 307 2, 99 | just as other works of mercy which we perform with regard 308 2, 104 | he had less needed ~Thy mercy, whereby Thou remittest 309 2, 104 | I ascribe it, and to Thy mercy, that Thou ~hast melted 310 2, 106 | generation," seems to belong to mercy rather than to severity, ~ 311 2, 115 | belongs to beneficence and mercy, ~which pertain to charity, 312 2, 115 | giving of beneficence and mercy proceeds from the fact ~ 313 2, 116 | because a man contemns God's mercy, ~or His justice, or some 314 2, 116 | violence, and ~insensibility to mercy are daughters of covetousness?~ 315 2, 116 | violence, and insensibility to mercy." For covetousness is opposed 316 2, 116 | justice, ~insensibility to mercy. Therefore these vices have 317 2, 116 | rise to "insensibility to mercy," because, to ~wit, a man' 318 2, 116 | heart is not softened by mercy to assist the needy with 319 2, 116 | same as insensibility to ~mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 320 2, 119 | the ~heart with works of mercy": and so there will be no 321 2, 119 | pity," which is the same as mercy.]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[121] 322 2, 119 | OBJ[3]), the ~works of mercy belong to piety. Therefore 323 2, 128 | confidence in the Divine mercy. The latter kind of ~presumption, 324 2, 130 | especially in philanthropy, i.e. mercy. And yet this is ~nothing 325 2, 139 | Prov. 27:4): "Anger hath no mercy, nor fury when it breaketh ~ 326 2, 145 | that "whereas God in His mercy wished our religion to be ~ 327 2, 148 | from me: Thou wilt ~have mercy, that it come not near me. 328 2, 152 | teaching is ~summed up in mercy and godliness: if a man 329 2, 155 | this seems to pertain to mercy or piety which would ~seem 330 2, 155 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Mercy and piety agree indeed with 331 2, 155 | instance ~God or one's parents: mercy relieves a neighbor's evil, 332 2, 156 | Prov. 27:4, ~"Anger hath no mercy, nor fury when it breaketh 333 2, 157 | cruel, and will ~have no mercy"; so that cruelty would 334 2, 157 | cruelty would seem opposed to mercy. Now mercy is ~not the same 335 2, 157 | seem opposed to mercy. Now mercy is ~not the same as clemency, 336 2, 157 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Mercy and clemency concur in this, 337 2, 157 | ways. For it belongs ~to mercy [*Cf. Q[30], A[1]] to relieve 338 2, 157 | opposed to clemency ~than to mercy; yet on account of the mutual 339 2, 161 | sinning he relied on God's mercy [*Cf. Q[21], A[2], OBJ[3]. 340 2, 161 | man's reliance on God's mercy did not reach to contempt ~ 341 2, 162 | seems inconsistent with mercy and ~clemency, which are 342 2, 169 | Lord [Vulg.: ~'God'] had mercy with regard to the evil 343 2, 176 | not on merit but on God's mercy, ~which extends even to 344 2, 178 | to the knowledge of God's mercy or ~goodness, as by effects 345 2, 184 | Lord Who is good will show mercy to all them who with ~their 346 2, 186 | that spiritual works of mercy surpass corporal works of ~ 347 2, 186 | surpass corporal works of ~mercy. Moreover this is more pertinent 348 3, 1 | But God (Who is rich in mercy), for His exceeding charity ~ 349 3, 1 | but of God that showeth mercy'; Who (succors ~whom He 350 3, 1 | unshrinkingly believe His mercy to be with those who are 351 3, 1 | My old ~age in plentiful mercy" - i.e. "in the last days," 352 3, 1 | is especially the time of mercy, according to ~Ps. 101:14: " 353 3, 1 | For it is time to have mercy on it." Therefore the ~Incarnation 354 3, 1 | This gloss has in view the mercy of God, which leads us to ~ 355 3, 1 | if it is referred to the mercy shown the human race ~by 356 3, 1 | have put off the coming in mercy till the end of the world.~ 357 3, 2 | upon Ps. 32:22, "Let Thy mercy, o Lord, be upon ~us, as," 358 3, 2 | done, but according to His mercy He saved ~us, by the laver 359 3, 19 | the Holy Ghost in their ~mercy wished Christ to do and 360 3, 27 | 31:18): "From my infancy mercy ~grew up with me; and it 361 3, 27 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The mercy of which Job speaks is not 362 3, 28 | our God, ~until He have mercy on us"; from which it is 363 3, 28 | from God as soon as His mercy has been obtained. In this ~ 364 3, 31 | which He accomplished in mercy? ~But now, He, the mediator 365 3, 36 | most especially inclined to mercy; according to ~Ps. 144:9: " 366 3, 36 | which He accomplished in mercy?" ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] 367 3, 41 | us with confidence in His mercy. Hence it is ~written (Heb. 368 3, 43 | latter is ~a work of greater mercy."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 369 3, 46 | the ways of the Lord are ~mercy and truth." But it does 370 3, 46 | the part of the Divine mercy, which, as it bestows gifts 371 3, 46 | in ~keeping with both His mercy and His justice. With His 372 3, 46 | s justice: and with His mercy, for since ~man of himself 373 3, 46 | this came of more copious ~mercy than if He had forgiven 374 3, 46 | 4): "God, who is rich in mercy, for His exceeding charity ~ 375 3, 46 | exclaimed when he sought mercy: "To Thee only have ~I sinned" ( 376 3, 49 | and (Prov. 15:27): "By mercy and faith, sins are purged 377 3, 52 | bound in prisons, ~where no mercy refreshed them, which that 378 3, 52 | the gloss says "where no mercy refreshed them," this ~is 379 3, 53 | But thou, O Lord, have mercy on me, and raise me up ~ 380 3, 63 | having besought and received mercy, return to the fight; is 381 3, 66 | reiterated: because ~Christ's mercy surpasses man's guilt.~Aquin.: 382 3, 67 | answer that, It is due to the mercy of Him "Who will have all 383 3, 68 | forsake them, shall ~obtain mercy." Now for this is a man 384 3, 68 | baptized, that he may obtain mercy ~for his sins. Therefore 385 3, 68 | to "prosper and ~obtain mercy": and they need no special 386 3, 83 | reason of ~which we pray for mercy, saying: "Lord, have mercy 387 3, 83 | mercy, saying: "Lord, have mercy on us," thrice for the ~ 388 3, 83 | Father, and "Christ, have mercy on us," thrice for the ~ 389 3, 83 | the Son, and "Lord, have mercy on us," thrice for the Person 390 3, 84 | May Almighty God have mercy on you," or: "May Almighty 391 3, 84 | May ~Almighty God have mercy on thee," or: "May God grant 392 3, 84 | further on (Prov. 15:27): "By mercy and faith sins are purged ~ 393 3, 84 | has charity, faith, and mercy, one can obtain salvation, ~ 394 3, 84 | sin, charity, faith, and mercy ~do not deliver him from 395 3, 84 | forsake them, shall obtain mercy." Not yet, however, was 396 3, 84 | since, in order to show His mercy ~and power, He was wont 397 3, 84 | by the example of Divine ~mercy, according to Lk. 6:36: " 398 3, 84 | against the infinity of Divine mercy, which surpasses any ~number 399 3, 84 | according to Ps. 50:1,2: "Have mercy on me, ~O God, according 400 3, 84 | according to Thy great mercy: and according to the multitude 401 3, 84 | deserve pardon." And so God's mercy, through Penance, grants ~ 402 3, 85 | our God, until He ~have mercy on us"; and as a son to 403 3, 86 | Whom he was not to obtain mercy." Therefore it does not 404 3, 86 | this is contrary to Divine mercy, of which it is ~written ( 405 3, 86 | merciful, patient, and rich ~in mercy, and ready to repent of 406 3, 86 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, God's mercy is greater than man's. Now 407 3, 86 | received outwardly by His mercy."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[86] A[ 408 3, 86 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God's mercy is more powerful than man' 409 3, 86 | will to repent, which man's mercy cannot do.~Aquin.: SMT TP 410 3, 86 | God is ~mindful to have mercy; and the second, that He 411 3, 86 | the perfection of God's mercy, since His works are perfect, 412 3, 87 | 5): "God, Who is rich in mercy, for His exceeding ~charity, 413 3, 88 | sins was a work of ~Divine mercy, so that it cannot be undone 414 3, 89 | the flesh, and by God's mercy ~do proper penance, let 415 3, 89 | Penance, so ~that, by God's mercy, no further stain or debt 416 Suppl, 7 | penance leans on Divine mercy. But confession ~leans rather 417 Suppl, 7 | contrition may correspond ~to mercy or goodness, by reason of 418 Suppl, 13| from the infinity of Divine mercy, in so far as it is quickened ~ 419 Suppl, 16| thanksgiving to God for His mercy in pardoning his sins.~Aquin.: 420 Suppl, 18| God is more inclined to mercy than any temporal ~lord. 421 Suppl, 25| great a market of the Divine mercy" [*St. ~Bonaventure, Sent. 422 Suppl, 29| unction, and His most tender mercy, may ~the Lord pardon thee 423 Suppl, 29| is bestowed on us ~by the mercy of God, so are the effects 424 Suppl, 29| sacraments, not of the Divine ~mercy, but rather of the Trinity 425 Suppl, 29| the sacrament, viz. "the mercy of God," ~and the effect, 426 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 2: The object of mercy is misery: and because this 427 Suppl, 29| of sickness, mention of ~mercy is made in this rather than 428 Suppl, 40| generosity in works of ~mercy; the "gloves," prudence 429 Suppl, 71| on justice, and prayer on mercy; since he who prays obtains 430 Suppl, 71| God ~is not inclined to mercy by the suffrages of sinners, 431 Suppl, 71| being in sin do any work of ~mercy at the command of his master 432 Suppl, 71| according to ~the Divine mercy which transcends human merits, 433 Suppl, 71| was commuted by the Divine mercy [*Cf. FP, ~Q[19], A[7], 434 Suppl, 71| Further, no one does a work of mercy on some one's behalf unless ~ 435 Suppl, 71| reckoned among the works of mercy, ~therefore Augustine says ( 436 Suppl, 71| reckoned among the works of mercy.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 437 Suppl, 71| well believe that by God's mercy this is granted to others 438 Suppl, 72| through any defect in His mercy, that we need to bespeak 439 Suppl, 72| Christ, hear us," or "have mercy on us."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 440 Suppl, 75| because God can of His mercy remit the punishment which 441 Suppl, 84| they rejoice in the Divine mercy, whereby their sins are 442 Suppl, 85| influence indicates the ~mercy of the Judge.~ 443 Suppl, 86| reward is ~the effect of mercy, it follows that punishment 444 Suppl, 87| condemned who scorned so great mercy, especially those who ~persecuted 445 Suppl, 91| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Mercy or compassion may be in 446 Suppl, 91| choice. Hence compassion or mercy will not be in them, except 447 Suppl, 91| the ~choice of reason. Now mercy or compassion comes of the 448 Suppl, 93| acts of a virtue, namely mercy, ~wherefore they are reckoned 449 Suppl, 93| it an act of charity or ~mercy - inasmuch as it is by such 450 Suppl, 94| intellect; (3) God's justice and mercy in regard to the damned.~ 451 Suppl, 96| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF GOD'S MERCY AND JUSTICE TOWARDS THE 452 Suppl, 96| consider God's justice and mercy towards the damned: under ~ 453 Suppl, 96| sinners?~(2) Whether by God's mercy all punishment both of men 454 Suppl, 96| have ~performed works of mercy?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 455 Suppl, 96| Para. 1/1~Whether by God's mercy all punishment of the damned, 456 Suppl, 96| would seem that by God's mercy all punishment of the damned, ~ 457 Suppl, 96| Wis. 11:24): ~"Thou hast mercy upon all, O Lord, because 458 Suppl, 96| unbelief'], that ~He may have mercy on all" (Rm. 11:32). Now 459 Suppl, 96| seem that in time He has mercy even on the demons.~Aquin.: 460 Suppl, 96| at length, ~through God's mercy, be delivered from their 461 Suppl, 96| opinion exaggerated God's mercy in one direction and depreciated 462 Suppl, 96| God, for His own part, has mercy on all. Since, however, ~ 463 Suppl, 96| all. Since, however, ~His mercy is ruled by the order of 464 Suppl, 96| themselves unworthy of that mercy, ~as do the demons and the 465 Suppl, 96| say that even in them His mercy finds a place, in so far 466 Suppl, 96| wayfarer, inasmuch as He had mercy both on Jews ~and on Gentiles, 467 Suppl, 96| Para. 1/1~Whether God's mercy suffers at least men to 468 Suppl, 96| It would seem that God's mercy does not suffer at least 469 Suppl, 96| saints' prayers the Divine mercy will in time ~deliver the 470 Suppl, 96| punishment be commuted by God's mercy for a more lenient punishment, 471 Suppl, 96| refer to the vessels of mercy, ~which have not made themselves 472 Suppl, 96| made themselves unworthy of mercy, because in this life ~( 473 Suppl, 96| He ~changes vessels of mercy into something better. Hence 474 Suppl, 96| reply that they refer to mercy as granting a relaxation 475 Suppl, 96| away entirely; but ~His mercy will have effect by diminishing 476 Suppl, 96| brought to an end by the mercy of ~God?~Aquin.: SMT XP 477 Suppl, 96| brought to an end by the mercy of God. "For he that believeth 478 Suppl, 96| those who perform works of mercy will be punished eternally?~ 479 Suppl, 96| all who perform works of mercy will not be ~punished eternally, 480 Suppl, 96| 2:13): "Judgment without mercy to him that hath not done ~ 481 Suppl, 96| him that hath not done ~mercy"; and (Mt. 5:7): "Blessed 482 Suppl, 96| merciful for they shall obtain ~mercy."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 483 Suppl, 96| is only ~about works of mercy. Therefore eternal punishment 484 Suppl, 96| omitted to practice works of mercy: and consequently the ~same 485 Suppl, 96| rule of ~life consists in mercy and godliness. Let a man 486 Suppl, 96| who persevere in works of mercy, though they be shackled ~ 487 Suppl, 96| such who practice works of mercy. Therefore the merciful 488 Suppl, 96| as regards the works of mercy and omits other ~works, 489 Suppl, 96| who ~persevere in works of mercy, although they be guilty 490 Suppl, 96| persons persevere in works of mercy ~without having charity. 491 Suppl, 96| spend something in works of mercy. We must therefore ~conclude 492 Suppl, 96| neither faith nor works of ~mercy will free them from eternal 493 Suppl, 96| OBJ 1: Those will obtain mercy who show mercy in an ordinate ~ 494 Suppl, 96| will obtain mercy who show mercy in an ordinate ~manner. 495 Suppl, 96| themselves do not show mercy ordinately, rather do they 496 Suppl, 96| persons will not obtain ~the mercy that sets free altogether, 497 Suppl, 96| even if they obtain that mercy which ~rebates somewhat 498 Suppl, 96| refers only to the works of ~mercy is not because eternal punishment 499 Suppl, 96| forgiveness by their ~works of mercy, making unto themselves " 500 Suppl, 96| obtain by their works of mercy the forgiveness that sets


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