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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | observe ~that some wishing to show that God knows many things 2 1, 14 | 2/4~Now some, wishing to show how this can be, said that 3 1, 17 | De Vera Relig. 33), they show ~nothing but their own species. 4 1, 19 | which we ~are accustomed to show that we will something. 5 1, 19 | will something. A man may show that he ~wills something, 6 1, 19 | means of another. He may show it ~by himself, by doing 7 1, 20 | likeness of effects, as already show (Q[3], A[2]~, ad 2; Q[19], 8 1, 23 | What if God, willing to show His ~wrath [that is, the 9 1, 23 | destruction; that He might show the riches of His glory 10 1, 25 | them, nor did His Father show them to ~refute the Jews. 11 1, 26 | Which in His times He shall show, ~who is the Blessed and 12 1, 27 | while many other passages show the same, whereby we know 13 1, 28 | in God; but he wished to show that it was not to be ~predicated 14 1, 30 | whole Trinity, as we shall show ~further on (Q[42], AA[1], 15 1, 30 | when we ~say "three men" we show that "man" is common to 16 1, 32 | proof can be brought ~to show that the movement of the 17 1, 32 | procession of love, we ~show that God produced creatures 18 1, 32 | light that it was good," to ~show proof of the divine love. 19 1, 34 | perfection in various ways. To show that He is of the same nature 20 1, 34 | He is called the Son; to show that He is co-eternal, He 21 1, 34 | called the Splendor; to show that He is altogether like, 22 1, 34 | is called the ~Image; to show that He is begotten immaterially, 23 1, 42 | but their meaning is to show that the Son derives His 24 1, 43 | they are made in order to show forth in some special way 25 1, 43 | mission made to Christ should show forth the invisible mission 26 1, 43 | dove, a fruitful animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority 27 1, 43 | appearance of a bright cloud, to ~show the exuberance of doctrine; 28 1, 43 | the form of ~breathing to show forth the power of their 29 1, 43 | sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; 30 1, 44 | reason adduced does not show that matter is not ~created, 31 1, 45 | a finite effect does not show an infinite power, yet to 32 1, 45 | create ~it from nothing does show an infinite power: which 33 1, 50 | one glance is enough to show that there cannot be one 34 1, 54 | As the words themselves show, the Philosopher understands ~ 35 1, 54 | single ~objects, as we shall show (Q[57], A[2]), yet not through 36 1, 57 | according to Is. 41:23: "Show the things that are ~to 37 1, 57 | brightness of the body will show forth the quality of ~the 38 1, 60 | and "binding" in order to ~show the derivation of love from 39 1, 61 | corporeal place in order ~to show their relationship to corporeal 40 1, 65 | Therefore, in order to show ~that all bodies were created 41 1, 68 | but equivocally. And to show that ~the word is here used 42 1, 68 | mountains, all to go to show the impossibility of this. 43 1, 69 | that precede, in order to show that higher and spiritual ~ 44 1, 69 | it bring forth to thee," show that by the production of 45 1, 70 | and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature of the union 46 1, 71 | light on the fourth day, to show that ~the fourth day corresponds 47 1, 71 | firmament of heaven to show that the fifth day corresponds 48 1, 74 | thereby it is intended to show that the ~natural day does 49 1, 42 | but their meaning is to show that the Son derives His 50 1, 43 | they are made in order to show forth in some special way 51 1, 43 | mission made to Christ should show forth the invisible mission 52 1, 43 | dove, a fruitful animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority 53 1, 43 | appearance of a bright cloud, to ~show the exuberance of doctrine; 54 1, 43 | the form of breathing to show forth the power of their 55 1, 43 | sign of fiery tongues ~to show forth the office of teaching; 56 1, 45 | reason adduced does not show that matter is not ~created, 57 1, 46 | a finite effect does not show an infinite power, yet to 58 1, 46 | create ~it from nothing does show an infinite power: which 59 1, 51 | one glance is enough to show that there cannot be one 60 1, 55 | As the words themselves show, the Philosopher understands ~ 61 1, 55 | single ~objects, as we shall show (Q[57], A[2]), yet not through 62 1, 58 | according to Is. 41:23: "Show the things that are ~to 63 1, 58 | brightness of the body will show forth the quality of ~the 64 1, 61 | and "binding" in order to ~show the derivation of love from 65 1, 62 | corporeal place in order ~to show their relationship to corporeal 66 1, 66 | Therefore, in order to show ~that all bodies were created 67 1, 69 | but equivocally. And to show that ~the word is here used 68 1, 69 | mountains, all to go to show the impossibility of this. 69 1, 70 | that precede, in order to show that higher and spiritual ~ 70 1, 70 | it bring forth to thee," show that by the production of 71 1, 71 | and the moved, goes ~on to show the nature of the union 72 1, 71 | light on the fourth day, to show that ~the fourth day corresponds 73 1, 71 | firmament of heaven to show that the fifth day corresponds 74 1, 73 | thereby it is intended to show that the ~natural day does 75 1, 83 | Augustine, ~in order to show that corporeal images are 76 1, 88 | carefully examined will show that ~he said this on the 77 1, 90 | special way of speaking, to ~show that other things were made 78 1, 94 | the angels and men, as to show first what they could ~do 79 1, 94 | in these words means to show that there is a ~spiritual 80 1, 96 | immortality; while ~the others show that it caused incorruption 81 1, 102 | of chance. Wherefore ~to show how things happen by chance 82 1, 105 | vii): "Theologians plainly show that the ~orders of the 83 1, 105 | Who, when Moses asked: "Show me Thy glory," ~answered: " 84 1, 105 | glory," ~answered: "I will show thee all good" (Ex. 33:18, 85 1, 106 | the door of the tongue to show what we really are." But 86 1, 107 | careful comparison will show that little or no difference ~ 87 1, 111 | in ~order that He might show the excellence of the new 88 1, 113 | activity of the demons will show itself especially ~in the 89 2, 2 | length of days, and I will show him my salvation."~Aquin.: 90 2, 14 | based on inquiry," ~so as to show that counsel belongs, in 91 2, 19 | of our reason is able to show us good things, and guide 92 2, 19 | of the act, as we shall show later on (Q[20]~, A[4]; 93 2, 38 | with sorrow, make outward show of their sorrow, by tears 94 2, 47 | to another, this seems to show that ~he thinks little of 95 2, 47 | of him: and those too who show signs of hilarity when ~ 96 2, 48 | hindered, the less does a man ~show his thoughts. But the Philosopher 97 2, 51 | sometimes, in order to show His power, He ~causes health, 98 2, 55 | of justice, as we shall show further on (Q[60], A[2]; 99 2, 58 | moral virtues, as we shall show further on (Q[61], ~A[1]). 100 2, 62 | in some way, as we shall show further ~on (Q[65], AA[2], 101 2, 70 | Spirit] there are; but to show how the former should be 102 2, 72 | species of sins, but to show their various causes.~Aquin.: 103 2, 73 | The Lord Who is good will show mercy to ~all them, who 104 2, 81 | soon after ~their birth, to show that they have to be washed 105 2, 81 | erroneous, ~endeavored to show how the guilt of the parent' 106 2, 87 | The words in ~brackets show the readings of the Vulgate]; 107 2, 89 | other ~virtues, as we shall show further on (SS, Q[24], A[ 108 2, 90 | same ~text goes on: "Who show the work of the law written 109 2, 96 | themselves," since they "show the work of the law written 110 2, 98 | shortly ~afterwards we read, "Show me Thy glory. Therefore 111 2, 100 | second is that he should show Him reverence: the ~third 112 2, 101 | Job 11:6): "That He might show thee the secrets of ~His 113 2, 102 | offered to God ~specially to show reverence to His majesty, 114 2, 102 | Wherefore, in ~order to show that to God we owe both 115 2, 102 | the mountains which I will show thee": and ~it is related 116 2, 102 | Another reason was in order to show that bodily worship is not 117 2, 102 | one towards the other, to show that they are at ~peace 118 2, 102 | must be observed that to show the imperfection of the 119 2, 102 | camp. Moreover, in order to show that this ~sacrifice cleansed 120 2, 102 | of that sin, in order to show that whatever was in any 121 2, 102 | institution, was with a view to show that they were in ~possession 122 2, 102 | placed on their ~hands, to show that they received the power 123 2, 102 | threefold. The first was to show detestation for the idolatry ~ 124 2, 103 | heathendom, was in order ~to show that there is a difference 125 2, 104 | precept, that man should show ~some fitness for the divine 126 2, 105 | wealth to ~make too much show of magnificence: both because 127 2, 105 | than trees. But we should ~show greater care and love for 128 2, 106 | who have [Vulg.: 'show'] the work of the law ~written 129 2, 113 | we say: ~"O God, Who dost show forth Thine all-mightiness 130 2, 1 | speaking, is God, as we shall show further on (Q[25]~, A[1]).~ 131 2, 1 | intellect, as we shall show further on (Q[4], AA[2], 132 2, 1 | are affixed to words to show their ~gender, number or 133 2, 1 | My name Adonai I did not show them": David also said ~( 134 2, 2 | the reason, as we shall show further on ~(Q[4], A[2]). 135 2, 4 | by charity, as we ~shall show further on (Q[23], A[8]), 136 2, 8 | both ~matters, as we shall show further on (Q[9], A[3]), 137 2, 10 | Parmen. iii, 2) "these words show that when ~this is not to 138 2, 10 | no league ~with them, nor show mercy to them; neither shalt 139 2, 11 | converted, they do not as yet show signs of inconstancy in 140 2, 16 | of the mind, as we shall show further on (A[5]; Q[18], 141 2, 18 | belongs to filial fear to show reverence and submission 142 2, 23 | says (1 Cor. 12:31): "I show unto ~you yet a more excellent 143 2, 24 | Whether we are bound to show them tokens of friendship?~( 144 2, 24 | incurable, we ought no longer to show them friendliness. It is 145 2, 24 | put enmities ~aside and show love towards his neighbor: 146 2, 24 | salvation that we should show our enemies the ~signs and 147 2, 24 | charity demands of a man to show his enemy the ~signs or 148 2, 24 | charity requires that a man show his enemies such signs and 149 2, 24 | charity requires us to show the signs and effects of 150 2, 24 | does not require ~us to show the signs and effects of 151 2, 24 | requires that we should show such like ~favors or signs 152 2, 24 | necessary for salvation that we show ~our enemies such like favors 153 2, 24 | Outside cases of urgency, to ~show such like favors to an enemy 154 2, 31 | Augustine says in his Rule: "Show mercy not only to ~yourselves, 155 2, 31 | citing witnesses. First, to ~show that the deed in question 156 2, 32 | to us, in so far as they show hostility ~towards us, and 157 2, 38 | drink the chalice, you shall show the death of the Lord, until 158 2, 47 | of circumstances. Thus to show signs of love ~to someone 159 2, 56 | the "will," in order to show that the act of justice 160 2, 64 | removes sin, as we shall show further on ~(A[7]). Hence 161 2, 65 | of ~them, and they shall show thee the truth of the judgment." 162 2, 65 | it is not ~left to him to show mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 163 2, 69 | circumstance," because one ought to show kindness to those especially 164 2, 71 | by our pained ~demeanor show him that we are displeased 165 2, 76 | man might lend ~coins for show, or to be used as security.~ 166 2, 79 | belongs to religion to show reverence to one God under 167 2, 81 | a desire, or in order to show how speedily they are ~heard, 168 2, 81 | properly to ~religion to show honor to God, wherefore 169 2, 81 | pray, ~as in Ps. 79:4, "Show us Thy face, and we shall 170 2, 82 | is proper to religion to show reverence to God. Hence 171 2, 83 | the people are ~wont to show the sovereign ruler some 172 2, 85 | precepts; and rather did He show them to be deserving of 173 2, 87 | religion or latria is to show reverence to ~God. But the 174 2, 87 | very great honor." Now to show ~reverence to God belongs 175 2, 87 | intending to assure a man, we show ~reverence to God. For we 176 2, 87 | mere word, but in order ~to show that the statement made 177 2, 89 | the way by which I will show him the salvation ~of God." 178 2, 89 | devotion, ~but in order to show off, or to provoke pleasure. 179 2, 90 | Which things have indeed a show of wisdom in ~superstition." 180 2, 90 | Which things have . . . a show of ~wisdom in superstition," 181 2, 93 | is written (Is. ~41:23): "Show the things that are to come 182 2, 96 | to which it belongs to ~show reverence to God.~Aquin.: 183 2, 98 | praise, he only makes a show of it, and under false pretenses 184 2, 101 | species. For by dulia we show ~honor to our neighbor. 185 2, 102 | and ~you at that time, to show you His words." Now there 186 2, 105 | instance if one were to ~show gratitude for things for 187 2, 107 | as when a man does not show the whole ~good that is 188 2, 108 | consideration of ~the matter will show that these various kinds 189 2, 109 | to the virtue of truth to show oneself outwardly by outward 190 2, 109 | in lewdness, ~he makes a show of poverty and fills his 191 2, 109 | purposes, since by making a show of saintly conduct they 192 2, 109 | holiness in order to make a show of ~righteousness, he would 193 2, 109 | proximate end, which is to show oneself other than one is. 194 2, 110 | lying, as when a man makes a show of his own excellence. Thus 195 2, 110 | feast . . . that he ~might show the riches of the glory" 196 2, 111 | intends by so doing to make a show of some spiritual excellence. 197 2, 112 | simulation that a person should show signs of friendship to those 198 2, 112 | of friendship, which we ~show outwardly by words or deeds, 199 2, 112 | this: because we do not ~show them signs of perfect friendship, 200 2, 112 | this reason we should not show a ~cheerful face to those 201 2, 112 | care of their body, and show not thy countenance gay 202 2, 122 | of ~the body he does not show by deed that he despises 203 2, 122 | according to James 2:18, "I will show thee, by works, my faith." 204 2, 127 | the ~result is that they show greater honor to those who 205 2, 129 | seems to regard outward show: for it is written ~(Acts 206 2, 129 | magnanimity is not about ~outward show. Therefore ambition is not 207 2, 133 | do so in order to make a ~show of their wealth, as stated 208 2, 136 | by this means to make a show of his own excellence: ~ 209 2, 137 | pleasures of the ~passing show." Now noisome pleasures 210 2, 150 | body." This is ~added to show the difficulty of virginity: 211 2, 150 | the authority of Holy Writ show that neither is marriage 212 2, 152 | fornication, as we shall show further on when we treat 213 2, 154 | to be continent, does not show ~incontinence to be no sin, 214 2, 158 | The fourth regards outward show, for instance in dress and 215 2, 159 | assigns humility to outward ~show; for he says that humility 216 2, 159 | only in heart, but also to ~show it in one's very person, 217 2, 160 | indicative of pride as to show oneself ungrateful": and 218 2, 160 | humble ~in heart, and to show it in one's very person, 219 2, 160 | vainglory covets ~the outward show of excellence.~Aquin.: SMT 220 2, 166 | and the gait of the man, show what he is"; and Ambrose 221 2, 172 | My name Adonai I ~did not show to them"; because previously 222 2, 176 | false ~prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders." 223 2, 178 | however, God's effects show us the way to the contemplation 224 2, 178 | essence, but he wishes to show ~that because "all creatures 225 2, 183 | about ~his greater love, to show that when we find a man 226 2, 184 | The Lord Who is good will show mercy to all them who with ~ 227 2, 185 | scandal to the weak: and show men that you ~seek not an 228 2, 185 | holiness for the sake of show: and this is especially 229 2, 187 | Wherefore in order to show that the perfection of the 230 3, 1 | xii, 10): "We shall also show that ~other ways were not 231 3, 1 | raising our hope as to show us how deeply God loved 232 3, 1 | the Lord's coming than to ~show God's love for us?" And 233 3, 2 | hypostasis, is enough to show that it is not an ~accidental 234 3, 4 | of God, but in ~order to show the condition of the creature, 235 3, 4 | human nature in order to show Himself in men's sight, ~ 236 3, 5 | and commonest earth, they show the power of their craft; 237 3, 5 | and ~hungry. Now these show that He had a true soul, 238 3, 14 | 26. ~Thirdly, in order to show us an example of patience 239 3, 15 | taken to mean "before he show himself to know."~Aquin.: 240 3, 15 | of fearing. And yet to ~show the reality of His human 241 3, 15 | Lord wondered in order to show us that we, who still ~need 242 3, 16 | forgive sins,' in order to show that by an indivisible union 243 3, 21 | instruction. ~First, that He might show Himself to be from the Father; 244 3, 21 | need be, but He wished to show Himself a suppliant ~of 245 3, 21 | three things. First, to ~show that He had taken a true 246 3, 21 | affections: secondly, to show that a man may wish with 247 3, 21 | does not wish: thirdly, to show that man should subject 248 3, 21 | of praying; ~and also to show that His Father is the author 249 3, 25 | yet to these we do not show the worship of "latria." 250 3, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, We show the worship of "latria" 251 3, 25 | same veneration as they show to ~the king.~Aquin.: SMT 252 3, 25 | them confidently, in open show, triumphing over them in ~ 253 3, 25 | manifest that we should show honor to ~the saints of 254 3, 28 | Wherefore ~in order to show that body to be the body 255 3, 28 | OBJ 2: Christ wished so to show the reality of His body, 256 3, 28 | lowly things. Wherefore, to show that His body was real, 257 3, 29 | His power known, but to show ~Himself to be in all things 258 3, 30 | 4~Fourthly, in order to show that there is a certain 259 3, 31 | Son ~of both, in order to show that He came for the salvation 260 3, 31 | s brethren, in ~order to show that they belong to God' 261 3, 31 | Another motive was to show the emptiness of pride of 262 3, 34 | Moral. xviii): "In order to show the distinction between 263 3, 35 | therefore, in order the more to show His ~power, He set up the 264 3, 35 | increase in ~length," so as to show that He came in order that 265 3, 36 | because it devolved on them to show reverence ~to the child 266 3, 36 | namely, to Anna - so as to show no condition of men ~to 267 3, 36 | therefore, do the ~'heavens show forth the glory of God.'" 268 3, 37 | heaven. Secondly, in order to show ~His approval of circumcision, 269 3, 37 | circumcision, in order to show that "no one who is not 270 3, 37 | animals are ~offered, to show that holiness should be 271 3, 37 | obedience; and in order to ~show His approval of the Law; 272 3, 39 | thus baptized, He ~might show His approval of John's baptism." 273 3, 39 | imaginary, He did not wish to show His wisdom and power ~before 274 3, 39 | baptized, heaven was opened, to show that in future the ~heavenly 275 3, 39 | heavens were opened, to show that the way to heaven is 276 3, 39 | two reasons. First, to show with what fervor their hearts 277 3, 39 | not real, but in ~order to show that He did not appear in 278 3, 40 | For it behooved Christ to show by ~His manner of life not 279 3, 40 | taught us to do nothing for ~show, and to withdraw from the 280 3, 40 | conduct to the Law, first, to ~show His approval of the Old 281 3, 40 | in His own self, so as to show ~that it was ordained to 282 3, 40 | those words Christ wished to show that man is made ~unclean 283 3, 41 | 3~Secondly, in order to show that the devil assails with 284 3, 41 | austere life in order to show Himself outwardly in conformity 285 3, 41 | they do certain things for show, which pertains to ~vainglory. 286 3, 42 | alone. First, in order to show that by His coming the promises 287 3, 42 | 4~Secondly, in order to show that His coming was of God; 288 3, 43 | doctrine, ~and in order to show forth His Divine power. 289 3, 43 | suitable wonders; say they, show ~forth the presence of so 290 3, 44 | Therefore it was not fitting to show forth to men other miracles ~ 291 3, 44 | the ~demons, but first, to show . . . how harmful are the 292 3, 44 | the blind man, wishing to show ~that His Divine word, accompanied 293 3, 44 | heals little ~by little, to show the extent of human blindness, 294 3, 45 | fitting that He should show His disciples the glory 295 3, 45 | passion. Christ, then, did show in ~Himself certain indications 296 3, 45 | Chrysostom says: "Wishing to show with what kind ~of glory 297 3, 45 | transfigured in order to show men His ~glory, and to arouse 298 3, 45 | together with Christ, they show how ~falsely the Jews "accused 299 3, 45 | A third reason ~was "to show that He has power of death 300 3, 45 | purpose, but in order ~to show the divers modes in which 301 3, 45 | voice of the Father, to show that the glory which was ~ 302 3, 46 | dignity; but let us also show that other possible means 303 3, 46 | not becoming for Him to show any decay of nature nor 304 3, 46 | chief priests ~dwelt, to show that the wickedness of His 305 3, 46 | and one upon His left, to show that all mankind ~is called 306 3, 47 | In order for Christ to show that the Passion inflicted 307 3, 48 | touching him "in order to show ~that His flesh had saving 308 3, 50 | Secondly, in order to show the reality of the flesh 309 3, 53 | members. Accordingly, to show forth the excellence of 310 3, 54 | food, but in order thus to show the nature of His risen 311 3, 54 | the Father, He may ~always show the manner of death He endured 312 3, 54 | and saw them, so will He show His wounds to His ~enemies, 313 3, 55 | men did not or could not show; because angels have ~frequently 314 3, 55 | which He set before them to show the truth of the ~Resurrection, 315 3, 55 | through closed doors, to show that His body was of the 316 3, 55 | human nature, and others to show forth His ~glory in rising 317 3, 55 | ascended to My Father,'" ~show "that in that woman there 318 3, 55 | Lord wished especially to show that He was the same as ~ 319 3, 55 | weakness, Christ meant to show them the glory of His majesty; 320 3, 57 | earth; either in order ~to show Himself to the whole world, 321 3, 57 | the judgment; or else to show ~Himself particularly to 322 3, 60 | s salvation, as we shall show ~farther on (Q[61], A[1]): 323 3, 64 | as baptism, as we shall show further on (Q[65], ~AA[3], 324 3, 68 | to a sick man, unless he show some sign of life.~Aquin.: 325 3, 68 | no lucid intervals, and ~show no signs of the use of reason. 326 3, 69 | be insincere who makes a show of willing ~what he wills 327 3, 69 | that very fact ~makes a show of having right faith in 328 3, 72 | the forehead, that he may show ~publicly that he is a Christian: 329 3, 73 | of punishment": ~so as to show that this sacrament is in 330 3, 73 | drink the chalice, you shall show the death of the Lord, until 331 3, 73 | times among men something to show forth our ~Lord's Passion; 332 3, 74 | dog and the wolf goes to show that they ~are allied but 333 3, 74 | Passion; but ~merely to show its effect, which is to 334 3, 74 | offered mixed with the wine to show that the ~wine belongs of 335 3, 74 | some have said, in order to show that Christ's body ~was 336 3, 76 | truly there, to Whom we show reverence of "latria." Therefore, 337 3, 76 | represent the truth," namely, to show by this ~miraculous apparition 338 3, 78 | drink the chalice, you shall show the ~death of the Lord." 339 3, 78 | exclude ~reality, but to show that the reality is hidden, 340 3, 80 | Mass and communicate, and ~show that he is innocent of each 341 3, 81 | is Hilary's argument, to show that Judas did not ~receive 342 3, 83 | when ~the dawn begins to show: because then the sun is 343 3, 83 | sacrament; ~both that we may show our reverence for the sacrament, 344 3, 83 | the way by which I ~will show him the salvation of God": 345 3, 83 | sung in ~which the people show that they assent by faith 346 3, 83 | in the person of God; to show ~that the things they denote 347 3, 83 | secondly, it serves to show the effect of grace, wherewith 348 3, 84 | and also that one should show some ~signs of grief, even 349 3, 84 | others, since, in order to show His mercy ~and power, He 350 3, 89 | can be sure that those who show no ~signs of humble compunction, 351 3, 90 | satisfaction, as we shall show further on (A[2]), it follows 352 Suppl, 5 | so does interior sorrow show itself in the exterior members: ~ 353 Suppl, 18| 2/2~The other arguments show that the power of the keys 354 Suppl, 26| indulgence, ~as we shall show presently (Q[27], A[1]). 355 Suppl, 29| Reply OBJ 3: Christ did not show forth any sacrament except 356 Suppl, 29| in Him: hence He did not show ~them forth.~Aquin.: SMT 357 Suppl, 29| by a priest, ~in order to show that the priest's power 358 Suppl, 34| the matter is employed to show the ~powers conferred in 359 Suppl, 37| three reasons. First to show forth the wisdom of God, 360 Suppl, 37| 1/1~I answer that, Some show the sufficiency of the orders 361 Suppl, 40| of all to Peter alone, to show that this ~power must come 362 Suppl, 40| from both shoulders, to ~show that he has received full 363 Suppl, 43| nevertheless the parties show that they ratify their former ~ 364 Suppl, 45| judged to be the case if they show no dissent ~when they are 365 Suppl, 48| arguments on the contrary side show that consent is not given ~ 366 Suppl, 55| contrary sense would seem to show ~that no tie is caused by 367 Suppl, 65| contrary side" would seem ~to show that plurality of wives 368 Suppl, 66| concupiscence, which does indeed show itself ~in bigamous persons, 369 Suppl, 66| loved the Church," ~which show that the bride signifies 370 Suppl, 67| the law or the prophets: "Show My people their wicked ~ 371 Suppl, 67| was of no use except to show the ~causes for divorce. 372 Suppl, 71| contrary sense would seem to show ~that it matters not whether 373 Suppl, 71| their bodies, ~so as to show that "the bodies of the 374 Suppl, 72| Augustine uses this argument to show that the souls of the dead 375 Suppl, 72| action, whereas it ~does not show forth the virtue of the 376 Suppl, 77| of the agent, but also to show its ~virtue. Hence it will 377 Suppl, 77| of human nature and to ~show forth its natural power.~ 378 Suppl, 77| parts, but in ~order to show that the same parts may 379 Suppl, 79| of human nature and will show forth the wisdom of their ~ 380 Suppl, 81| angels and all creatures will show them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[84] 381 Suppl, 81| in ~their power, they may show forth the excellence of 382 Suppl, 81| they will be ~unable to show forth their motive power 383 Suppl, 81| glory), but in order to show the ~soul's power. On the 384 Suppl, 81| heavenly bodies ~could not show their power, except the 385 Suppl, 82| of ~the glorified body to show forth its clarity or to 386 Suppl, 82| that ~this will be able to show it or hide it.~Aquin.: SMT 387 Suppl, 85| ascended from there, so as to show that He who descends is 388 Suppl, 85| Divine power in order to show the parallel ~between His 389 Suppl, 87| coming to the ~judgment will show not only the scars of His 390 Suppl, 87| on men, He will have to show forth His glory ~which is 391 Suppl, 87| past weakness: so as to show how justly those ~were condemned 392 Suppl, 87| infirmity. He will also ~show forth His most shameful 393 Suppl, 87| body has it in its power to show itself or not ~to show itself 394 Suppl, 87| to show itself or not ~to show itself to an eye that is 395 Suppl, 88| comeliness and ~beauty, which show forth the wisdom of their 396 Suppl, 89| according ~to Ex. 33:13, "Show me Thy glory"; Ps. 79:20, " 397 Suppl, 89| Thy glory"; Ps. 79:20, "Show Thy face and we shall ~be 398 Suppl, 89| be saved"; and Jn. 14:8, "Show us the Father and it is 399 Suppl, 89| will: and even as He will show Himself to ~whom He will, 400 Suppl, 89| whom He will, so will He show in Himself whatsoever He 401 Suppl, 89| suffice the intellect: "Lord, show us the Father and it is 402 Suppl, 96| Those will obtain mercy who show mercy in an ordinate ~manner. 403 Suppl, 96| neglectful of ~themselves do not show mercy ordinately, rather


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