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1 1, 8 | said to be in the whole kingdom by ~his power, although 2 1, 19 | against a nation and against a kingdom, to root out, and to pull 3 1, 22 | him, in a family, city or ~kingdom; in which sense it is said ( 4 1, 41 | He transferred us to the kingdom of ~the Son of His love" ( 5 1, 64 | knew the mystery of the ~kingdom of God, as Augustine says ( 6 1, 64 | respecting the mystery of God's kingdom, which found its completion 7 1, 74 | he cannot enter into the kingdom ~of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 8 1, 41 | He transferred us to the kingdom of ~the Son of His love" ( 9 1, 65 | knew the mystery of the ~kingdom of God, as Augustine says ( 10 1, 65 | respecting the mystery of God's kingdom, which found its completion 11 1, 73 | he cannot enter into the kingdom ~of God."~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 81 | common good of the whole ~kingdom, by his rule moves all the 13 1, 81 | bringeth to the ~eternal kingdom." There is also a certain 14 1, 104 | king, by whom the whole kingdom is ~ordered.~Aquin.: SMT 15 1, 107 | that is the lesser in the kingdom ~of heaven, is greater than 16 1, 107 | written, "The prince of the kingdom of the Persians resisted ~ 17 1, 107 | shall have delivered up the ~kingdom to God and the Father," 18 1, 107 | shall have delivered up the kingdom of God and the Father," 19 1, 112 | guardian angel; but in the kingdom he will have an angel to ~ 20 1, 112 | 13): "The prince of the kingdom ~of the Persians resisted 21 1, 112 | the guardianship of the kingdom of the ~Persians. Therefore 22 1, 112 | that the prince of the ~kingdom of the Persians is the angel 23 1, 112 | xvii), the prince of the kingdom of ~Persia was a good angel 24 1, 112 | the guardianship of that kingdom. To ~see therefore how one 25 1, 116 | he that is lesser in the kingdom of heaven is ~greater than 26 2, 4 | and drink, wealth and a kingdom: for it is said (Lk. 22: 27 2, 4 | drink at My table in My kingdom": and (Mt. 6:20): "Lay up 28 2, 4 | Father, possess you the kingdom." Therefore external goods 29 2, 4 | sufficiency of God for man; the ~kingdom, the lifting up of man to 30 2, 23 | words of Mt. 13:33, "The kingdom of heaven is ~like to leaven," 31 2, 30 | bringeth to the ~everlasting kingdom." But the sensitive appetite 32 2, 66 | shall not enter into the ~kingdom of heaven": and (Prov. 15: 33 2, 68 | children of the eternal kingdom from the children of eternal 34 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the kingdom of heaven which is set down 35 2, 69 | citizen of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 36 2, 69 | this life. ~Because the "kingdom of heaven," as Augustine 37 2, 69 | enumerated. Because the kingdom of heaven, which is eternal 38 2, 69 | Therefore, once given the kingdom of heaven, no ~other rewards 39 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the kingdom of heaven is assigned as 40 2, 69 | less ~than to possess "the kingdom of heaven." Therefore these 41 2, 69 | which are implied in the kingdom of heaven, whereby ~man 42 2, 69 | Hence Our ~Lord promised the kingdom of heaven to the poor in 43 2, 69 | Ambrose (Super ~Luc. v), the kingdom of heaven is promised to 44 2, 69 | the land of the heavenly kingdom than simply to have it: ~ 45 2, 69 | more to be comforted in the kingdom than to have and possess ~ 46 2, 87 | baptized, will never see the kingdom of ~God, as shown by our 47 2, 87 | again, he cannot see the kingdom of God." Much more, therefore, 48 2, 89 | flesh, "shall not obtain the kingdom ~of God," which signifies 49 2, 91 | there is one king in one kingdom there is but one law. Now 50 2, 91 | were invited to the earthly kingdom of the Chananaeans ~(Ex. 51 2, 91 | Christ invited men to the kingdom of heaven, saying (Mt. ~ 52 2, 91 | 17): "Do penance, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Hence ~ 53 2, 91 | shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven." Hence the saying 54 2, 91 | one King, God, in His one ~kingdom, gave one law to men, while 55 2, 93 | shall have delivered up the ~Kingdom to Him." Therefore the Son, 56 2, 96 | subjects of one city or kingdom are not bound by the ~laws 57 2, 96 | sovereign of another city or kingdom, since they are not ~subject 58 2, 98 | Satan cast ~out Satan, his kingdom is divided" [Vulg.: 'he 59 2, 102 | of the ~faithful in the kingdom of heaven: wherefore this 60 2, 102 | because the entrance ~to the kingdom of heaven was opened to 61 2, 104 | precepts to be observed in his kingdom, he would not ~sin: unless 62 2, 105 | according to Mt. 12:25: "Every kingdom divided against ~itself 63 2, 105 | by the division of the ~kingdom. But the Law should aim 64 2, 105 | should have forbidden the ~kingdom to be divided under two 65 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, as a kingdom is the best form of government, 66 2, 105 | first place is held by the ~"kingdom," where the power of government 67 2, 105 | government ~is in a state or kingdom, where one is given the 68 2, 105 | of polity, being partly kingdom, since there is one at the 69 2, 105 | that there was a kind of kingdom. Moreover, ~seventy-two 70 2, 105 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: A kingdom is the best form of government 71 2, 105 | OBJ 3: The division of the kingdom, and a number of kings, 72 2, 106 | 14): "This Gospel of the kingdom ~shall be preached in the 73 2, 106 | is not the Gospel of the kingdom, but ~another Gospel, that 74 2, 106 | preaching of ~the Gospel: "The kingdom of heaven is at hand" (Mt. 75 2, 106 | is not the Gospel of the kingdom. ~But the preaching of the 76 2, 108 | Law is the Gospel of the kingdom, ~according to Mt. 24:14: " 77 2, 108 | 14: "This Gospel of the kingdom shall be preached in ~the 78 2, 108 | the whole world." But the kingdom of God consists not in exterior, 79 2, 108 | according to Lk. 17:21: "The kingdom of God is ~within you"; 80 2, 108 | you"; and Rm. 14:17: "The kingdom of God is not meat and drink; ~ 81 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The kingdom of God consists chiefly 82 2, 108 | acts belong ~also to the kingdom of God. Thus if the kingdom 83 2, 108 | kingdom of God. Thus if the kingdom of God is internal ~righteousness, 84 2, 108 | are in ~opposition to the kingdom of God; and consequently 85 2, 108 | forbidden in ~the Gospel of the kingdom. On the other hand, those 86 2, 108 | food, are not part of the kingdom of God; wherefore the Apostle 87 2, 108 | before the words quoted: "The kingdom of God is not meat and drink."~ 88 2, 108 | themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven," He adds ~straightway: " 89 2, 112 | he cannot enter ~into the kingdom of God."~Aquin.: SMT FS 90 2, 2 | OBJ 1: The mystery of the Kingdom of God was not entirely 91 2, 27 | according to Rm. 14:17: "The kingdom of ~God is not meat and 92 2, 35 | things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." ~Now nothing, save 93 2, 35 | sin, excludes man from the kingdom of God. ~Therefore discord 94 2, 35 | commenting on Mt. ~12:25, "Every kingdom divided against itself shall 95 2, 36 | things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Now ~whatever excludes 96 2, 36 | excludes a man from the kingdom of God and is against a 97 2, 38 | common weal of the ~city, kingdom or province subject to them. 98 2, 39 | things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Therefore strifes 99 2, 40 | for instance of a city or kingdom. ~Secondly, schism does 100 2, 40 | the people of a city or kingdom. Now ~Augustine says (De 101 2, 43 | children of the eternal kingdom from the children of eternal ~ 102 2, 43 | divide the children of the kingdom from the children of perdition. ~ 103 2, 43 | from the ~children of the kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 104 2, 45 | of the family, state, or kingdom. ~Hence Valerius Maximus 105 2, 45 | the good of the city and kingdom are different ends. Wherefore 106 2, 45 | common good of the state or kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 107 2, 46 | multitude of a city ~or kingdom, the ruling principle of 108 2, 48 | Philosopher (Polit. iii, 5) a kingdom ~[regnum] is one of six 109 2, 48 | species be ascribed to a kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 110 2, 48 | community ~of a city or kingdom; because a government is 111 2, 48 | government of a city or kingdom: for which ~reason a species 112 2, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A kingdom is the best of all governments, 113 2, 48 | denominated ~rather from a kingdom, yet so as to comprehend 114 2, 48 | 3: Further, just as in a kingdom there is a ruler and subject, 115 2, 48 | individual and the city or kingdom, since just as the ~individual 116 2, 48 | household part of the city ~or kingdom. And therefore, just as 117 2, 55 | common good of a city or ~kingdom, as stated above (FS, Q[ 118 2, 63 | themselves eunuchs for the kingdom of heaven," says: "Not by ~ 119 2, 74 | sin excludes one from the kingdom ~of God. But cursing excludes 120 2, 74 | cursing excludes from the kingdom of God, according to 1 Cor. ~ 121 2, 74 | extortioners shall possess the ~kingdom of God." Therefore cursing 122 2, 81 | Seek ye . . . first ~the kingdom of God, and His justice: 123 2, 81 | says that this" (i.e. the kingdom of God) "is to be sought 124 2, 81 | themselves, but against the kingdom of sin, with the purpose, 125 2, 81 | is the overthrow of the kingdom of ~sin, because they suffered 126 2, 81 | is His name." Again, His kingdom is everlasting, ~according 127 2, 81 | according to Ps. 144:13, "Thy kingdom is a kingdom of all ages." 128 2, 81 | 144:13, "Thy kingdom is a kingdom of all ages." Again, ~God' 129 2, 81 | be ~hallowed," for "His kingdom to come," and for "His will 130 2, 81 | and the second thus: "Thy kingdom come," by which we ask to 131 2, 81 | come ~to the glory of His kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 132 2, 81 | excludes a man from the kingdom, according ~to 1 Cor. 6: 133 2, 81 | etc., shall ~possess the kingdom of God"; and to this refer 134 2, 81 | among men. When we say, "Thy kingdom come, ~we do not imply that 135 2, 81 | ourselves the desire for that kingdom, that it may come to us, 136 2, 81 | meek, let us ask that His kingdom may come, so that we become 137 2, 85 | shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven," ~and, moreover, 138 2, 86 | looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." Now from ~the very 139 2, 86 | purpose, he is not fit for the kingdom of God. Therefore by a mere 140 2, 87 | that is the lesser in the ~kingdom of heaven is greater than 141 2, 91 | words of Lk. 17:21, "The kingdom of God is within you," ~ 142 2, 95 | him that announces the ~kingdom of God, namely, that he 143 2, 95 | The preachers of God's kingdom dispense with temporal aids, ~ 144 2, 97 | Being ministers of His kingdom, you ~have not judged rightly." 145 2, 98 | more spiritual than the kingdom of heaven. ~But it is lawful 146 2, 98 | it is lawful to buy the kingdom of heaven: for Gregory says 147 2, 98 | homily (v, in Ev.): "The kingdom of heaven is worth as much 148 2, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The kingdom of heaven is said to be 149 2, 99 | go thou, and preach the kingdom of God." ~Now the latter 150 2, 101 | He ~that is lesser in the kingdom of heaven is greater than 151 2, 102 | free," says: "If in ~every kingdom the children of the king 152 2, 102 | who holds sway over that kingdom ~are free, then the children 153 2, 102 | should be free in every kingdom." Now Christians, by their ~ 154 2, 102 | justice, what ~else is a kingdom but a huge robbery?" Since 155 2, 110 | of the glory" and "of his kingdom, and the ~greatness and 156 2, 120 | bringeth to the everlasting kingdom": ~secondly, as denoting 157 2, 122 | sake, for theirs ~is the kingdom of heaven." Therefore martyrdom 158 2, 138 | according to Mt. 11:12, "The kingdom of heaven suffereth ~violence, 159 2, 144 | says (1 ~Cor. 4:20): "The kingdom of God is not in speech 160 2, 144 | power [virtute]." ~Now the kingdom of God does not consist 161 2, 144 | says (Rm. 14:17): "The kingdom of God is not meat and drink," 162 2, 144 | themselves, do not pertain to the kingdom of God, since the Apostle 163 2, 144 | they both belong to the kingdom of God, in so far as they ~ 164 2, 150 | none can go to the heavenly kingdom without virtue, no one ~ 165 2, 152 | debars a man from God's kingdom. But ~fornication debars 166 2, 152 | things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Therefore simple ~ 167 2, 152 | hath inheritance in the kingdom of Christ and of God," thus ~ 168 2, 169 | a nation and against a ~kingdom, to root out and to pull 169 2, 172 | against a nation and against a kingdom, to root out, and to pull 170 2, 172 | speak of a ~nation and of a kingdom, to build up and plant it. 171 2, 172 | early days of the Assyrian kingdom promises were made most 172 2, 175 | all grace pertains to the kingdom of God. But the ~Apostle 173 2, 175 | says (1 Cor. 4:20): "The kingdom of God is not in speech, 174 2, 176 | distinguishes the children of the kingdom from ~the children of perdition," 175 2, 180 | possible to ~enter the heavenly kingdom, provided one omit not the 176 2, 181 | own; just as in an earthly kingdom ~peace ceases when the citizens 177 2, 182 | looking back ~is fit for the kingdom of God" (Lk. 9:62). On the 178 2, 183 | looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." Now the ~episcopal 179 2, 184 | Those ~who seek first the kingdom of God and His justice are 180 2, 184 | shall hardly enter into the kingdom of ~heaven," which we must 181 2, 184 | rich man to enter into the ~kingdom of heaven." Hence it is 182 2, 184 | themselves eunuchs, for the kingdom of heaven," and then added: ~" 183 2, 184 | looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." And though some ~ 184 2, 184 | according to Rm. 14:17, ~"The Kingdom of God is not meat and drink, 185 2, 185 | livelihood in idleness, but the kingdom of God by the ~narrow and 186 2, 186 | a rich man to ~enter the kingdom of heaven,' but: 'It is 187 2, 187 | harlots ~shall go into the kingdom of God before you."~Aquin.: 188 2, 187 | looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God." But he ~who bound 189 2, 187 | would be unfit for the kingdom of God, unless he did it ~ 190 2, 187 | looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God,' because ~he looks 191 3, 5 | cannot'] possess the kingdom of God." But the kingdom 192 3, 5 | kingdom of God." But the kingdom of God is ~in Christ chiefly. 193 3, 8 | said to be the head of his kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[6] 194 3, 20 | Christ will give the ~kingdom to God and the Father, when 195 3, 27 | from entering the heavenly kingdom. If therefore she had died 196 3, 31 | since He declared: ~"My kingdom is not of this world."~Aquin.: 197 3, 35 | Christ's priesthood and kingdom were "consummated" principally 198 3, 36 | overthrow of the devil's kingdom was ~foreshadowed. For, 199 3, 36 | feared a successor to his kingdom: the devil, a heavenly ~ 200 3, 36 | come to set up an earthly kingdom, as Pope Leo says, ~addressing 201 3, 36 | comets. Because ~the heavenly kingdom of Christ "shall break in 202 3, 36 | Magi did not belong to the kingdom of the Jews. ~Therefore, 203 3, 36 | distant foreign land ~to a kingdom that was entirely strange 204 3, 38 | he cannot enter ~into the kingdom of God." Wherefore in the 205 3, 39 | is the entrance to the ~kingdom of God, which is signified 206 3, 39 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." To this also is 207 3, 39 | the gate to the heavenly kingdom: ~and this is the principal 208 3, 39 | entrance to the heavenly kingdom was opened to us ~by the 209 3, 40 | also I must preach ~the kingdom of God: for therefore am 210 3, 40 | themselves eunuchs for the ~kingdom of heaven: he that can take 211 3, 40 | according to Rm. 14:17: "The kingdom of God is not ~meat and 212 3, 40 | apostles "understood that the kingdom of God does not consist 213 3, 41 | the quarters in which each kingdom or city ~lay, and set forth 214 3, 43 | not work against his own kingdom. On the other hand, ~Christ 215 3, 44 | liveth, there is no nation or kingdom whither my ~lord hath not 216 3, 45 | tribulations we must enter into the kingdom of God." Therefore it was ~ 217 3, 45 | till'] they see the kingdom of God," Bede's gloss says: " 218 3, 45 | Son of Man ~coming in His kingdom," Chrysostom says: "Wishing 219 3, 46 | Thou shalt come into Thy kingdom." It seems, then, that ~ 220 3, 48 | Most High ruleth over the ~kingdom of men, and giveth it to 221 3, 49 | is the ~entering into the kingdom of heaven. It seems, therefore, 222 3, 49 | entering into ~the heavenly kingdom even without Christ's Passion. 223 3, 49 | opening of the gate of the kingdom of ~heaven.~Aquin.: SMT 224 3, 49 | entering into the heavenly kingdom, since, according to Is. 225 3, 49 | from entering into the ~kingdom of heaven. The first is 226 3, 49 | then the gate of heaven's kingdom is thrown open to us through 227 3, 49 | enter into the heavenly kingdom, through faith in Christ' 228 3, 49 | no one could ~enter the kingdom of heaven by obtaining everlasting 229 3, 49 | for us the opening of the ~kingdom of heaven, and removed the 230 3, 49 | possession of the heavenly kingdom. And ~consequently it is 231 3, 52 | brought them far from this kingdom of darkness into heaven," 232 3, 54 | shine as the ~sun in the kingdom of their Father." But shining 233 3, 54 | blood can ~not possess the kingdom of God." But Christ rose 234 3, 54 | rose in the glory of the ~kingdom of God. Therefore it seems 235 3, 54 | substance possesses the ~kingdom of God, according to Lk. 236 3, 54 | xxii): "Perhaps in that ~kingdom we shall see on the bodies 237 3, 55 | proofs, speaking of the Kingdom of God."~Aquin.: SMT TP 238 3, 59 | power, and glory, and a kingdom": and thereby we are given 239 3, 59 | power, and glory, and a kingdom; and all ~peoples, tribes, 240 3, 59 | govern temporarily an earthly kingdom; ~consequently He said ( 241 3, 59 | He said (Jn. 18:36): "My kingdom is not of this world." In ~ 242 3, 60 | sacraments belong to the kingdom of God and the Divine ~worship. 243 3, 60 | and (Rm. 14:17) that "the ~kingdom of God is not meat and drink." 244 3, 60 | belong to the worship or kingdom of God: but considered only 245 3, 60 | spiritual things in which the kingdom of God consists.~Aquin.: 246 3, 60 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."~Aquin.: SMT TP 247 3, 63 | separates the children of the Kingdom from the children of perdition": ~ 248 3, 65 | cannot enter in to the ~kingdom of God," so of the Eucharist 249 3, 66 | repose of the ~heavenly kingdom"; and again as to the beginning 250 3, 66 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God, ~seem to refer to 251 3, 66 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God."~Aquin.: SMT TP 252 3, 66 | Vulg.: 'enter into'] the kingdom of God." Now one ~man can 253 3, 66 | have a share ~in Christ's kingdom, and be called a Christian 254 3, 68 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." Again ~it is stated 255 3, 68 | Ghost, ~he cannot enter the kingdom of God." But those alone 256 3, 68 | are saved who enter ~God's kingdom. Therefore none can be saved 257 3, 68 | he cannot enter into the kingdom of God." ~Consequently it 258 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom to those who ~are baptized?~( 259 3, 69 | remain. But He overthrew its kingdom and ~power" in the sense 260 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly ~kingdom?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 261 3, 69 | the gates ~of the heavenly kingdom. For what is already opened 262 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom were opened by Christ's 263 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 264 3, 69 | the gates ~of the heavenly kingdom would not have been opened 265 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 266 3, 69 | entrance to ~the heavenly kingdom is opened to none that are 267 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 268 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom are opened unto him."~Aquin.: 269 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom is to remove ~the obstacle 270 3, 69 | the ~gates of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 271 3, 69 | the gates of the heavenly kingdom to the ~baptized in so far 272 3, 69 | hope, to enter the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 273 3, 69 | entrance to the heavenly kingdom, when death severs the soul 274 3, 70 | entrance to the heavenly ~kingdom. But before the Passion 275 3, 70 | entrance to the heavenly kingdom was ~closed to the circumcised. 276 3, 70 | obstacle to the entrance of the kingdom of heaven, which obstacle 277 3, 70 | Baptism gave entrance to the kingdom. But were circumcision to 278 3, 70 | would give entrance to the kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 279 3, 73 | that it brings ~us into the kingdom of heaven, being a kind 280 3, 74 | gloss on Mt. 13:33: "The kingdom of heaven is like unto ~ 281 3, 80 | Mt. 6:33: "Seek first the kingdom of God." Thirdly, on ~account 282 3, 81 | it with you new in the ~kingdom of My Father." From this 283 3, 81 | wine even with Judas in the kingdom of God; but Judas himself 284 3, 84 | through the keys of the kingdom of ~heaven." Consequently 285 3, 84 | 17): "Do penance, for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." ~ 286 3, 84 | I give ~the keys of the kingdom of heaven," etc.; but it 287 3, 85 | expectation ~of the heavenly kingdom, according to Mt. 3:2 and 288 3, 85 | 17: "Do penance, ~for the kingdom of heaven is at hand." Now 289 3, 85 | heaven is at hand." Now the kingdom of heaven is the ~object 290 3, 85 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When the kingdom of heaven is said to be 291 3, 89 | to the ~obtaining of the kingdom of heaven, and do not exclude 292 Suppl, 17| I give the ~keys of the kingdom of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 293 Suppl, 17| door. Now the door of the kingdom is closed to us through 294 Suppl, 17| Himself. But the key ~of the kingdom is also the power to remit 295 Suppl, 17| prevents man from entering the kingdom ~Consequently the key of 296 Suppl, 17| Consequently the key of the kingdom can be given to man rather 297 Suppl, 17| at once admitted to the kingdom, on ~account of his yet 298 Suppl, 17| admit the worthy to the ~kingdom and exclude the unworthy" 299 Suppl, 17| a man is admitted to the kingdom ~from the very fact that 300 Suppl, 17| admit the worthy to the kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 301 Suppl, 17| sinners are unworthy of the kingdom. But the Church ~prays for 302 Suppl, 17| Therefore admission to the ~kingdom, which is the last end, 303 Suppl, 17| in the words ~"from the kingdom," and the mode, in the words, " 304 Suppl, 17| bear immediately on the kingdom, ~but on the sacraments, 305 Suppl, 17| of which man wins to the kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[17] A[ 306 Suppl, 19| opening of the heavenly ~kingdom, which could not be opened 307 Suppl, 19| the gate of the heavenly kingdom could not ~be opened except 308 Suppl, 19| the keys of the heavenly kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 309 Suppl, 19| Old Law, the keys of the ~kingdom were in the hands of the 310 Suppl, 19| Reply OBJ 1: The keys of the kingdom go with the priesthood whereby 311 Suppl, 19| brought into the heavenly kingdom, but such was not the priesthood 312 Suppl, 19| the key of the heavenly kingdom. Their power is confined 313 Suppl, 19| vested in a judge, as in a kingdom, whereas sometimes it is 314 Suppl, 20| requirements, so in every kingdom, besides that one who proclaims 315 Suppl, 21| man, in a sense, from the kingdom. Wherefore, since he ought 316 Suppl, 21| not to ~exclude from the kingdom others than the unworthy, 317 Suppl, 21| is the way leading to the kingdom, it follows that no man 318 Suppl, 22| somewhat to the entrance to the kingdom, in so far as the Church ~ 319 Suppl, 22| He that is lesser in the kingdom of heaven is greater then 320 Suppl, 22| himself, just as a whole kingdom is laid ~under an interdict 321 Suppl, 26| being ~like a king in his kingdom: whereas the bishops are 322 Suppl, 35| understanding, and dukedom in ~kingdom. Afterwards, however, it 323 Suppl, 37| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In a kingdom, although the entire fulness 324 Suppl, 40| and the community of a kingdom includes the community of 325 Suppl, 40| includes the community of ~one kingdom.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 326 Suppl, 60| community, such as a city or kingdom. Accordingly, ~he who presides 327 Suppl, 65| mortal sin excludes from the kingdom of ~God. But fornicators 328 Suppl, 65| fornicators are excluded from the kingdom of God (1 Cor. ~6:9,10). 329 Suppl, 69| blessed poor, whose ~is the kingdom of heaven."~Aquin.: SMT 330 Suppl, 71| being pure may come to the kingdom. Now nothing can ~be purified, 331 Suppl, 71| poor, ~for yours is the kingdom of God."~Aquin.: SMT XP 332 Suppl, 71| nothing in comparison with the kingdom of ~heaven, where the poor 333 Suppl, 72| but the prince of the ~kingdom of the Persians resisted 334 Suppl, 77| blood cannot possess the ~kingdom of God." Now blood is the 335 Suppl, 77| blessed, who will possess the kingdom of God, and much less ~in 336 Suppl, 79| to desire to see ~in that kingdom the scars of the wounds 337 Suppl, 82| shine as the ~sun in the kingdom of their Father," and (Wis. 338 Suppl, 85| regards the acquisition of the kingdom or exclusion from the kingdom ~( 339 Suppl, 85| kingdom or exclusion from the kingdom ~(Mt. 25:34,41). Therefore 340 Suppl, 85| obtain possession of the kingdom ~now, and some are excluded 341 Suppl, 85| family, or of his city or kingdom, or of the ~whole Church, 342 Suppl, 86| shall gather ~out of His kingdom all scandals." Therefore 343 Suppl, 87| admission ~of some to the kingdom, and the exclusion of others 344 Suppl, 87| that man is admitted to the kingdom. In this sense it is stated ( 345 Suppl, 87| Him power and glory, and a kingdom."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 346 Suppl, 89| shall have delivered up the ~kingdom to God and the Father," 347 Suppl, 90| mansions. ~Now the heavenly kingdom is compared to a city (Apoc. 348 Suppl, 93| hast made us to our God a kingdom," etc. (Apoc. 5:10); ~for 349 Suppl, 93| themselves eunuchs for the kingdom ~of heaven" (Mt. 19:12) 350 Suppl, 93| to desire to see in that kingdom the scars of the ~wounds 351 Suppl, 96| against a nation and against a kingdom, to root out ~and to pull 352 Suppl, 96| unjust shall not ~possess the kingdom of God." Now some Christians 353 Suppl, 96| will not all come to the kingdom of God, and consequently 354 Suppl, 96| Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven: but he that ~ 355 Suppl, 96| etc. "shall possess the kingdom of God." Yet many are ~such 356 Suppl, 96| all ~come to the eternal kingdom: and consequently some of


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