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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | from other ~sciences, but immediately from God, by revelation. 2 1, 8 | to that wherein it acts ~immediately and touch it by its power; 3 1, 8 | power of ~God that He acts immediately in all things. Hence nothing 4 1, 8 | still all things are not immediately created by God; but that ~ 5 1, 8 | created by God; but that ~He immediately created the first creatures, 6 1, 12 | Hence Dionysius premises immediately before the words ~cited, " 7 1, 12 | is known by the intellect immediately on the sight of, ~and through, 8 1, 15 | universe was ~created by Him immediately, and intended by Him, He 9 1, 16 | being itself simply and immediately; while ~the nature of good 10 1, 22 | Whether divine providence is immediately concerned with all things?~( 11 1, 23 | happiness, ~since they more immediately reach the ultimate end. 12 1, 25 | belongs to God alone to ~do immediately - as, for example, to create, 13 1, 35 | again the ~image must be immediately related to that which it 14 1, 36 | another, ~does not proceed immediately. Therefore, if the Holy 15 1, 36 | Son, He does not proceed immediately; which seems ~to be unfitting.~ 16 1, 36 | proceeds from the Father immediately, as from ~Him, and mediately, 17 1, 36 | So also did Abel proceed immediately from ~Adam, inasmuch as 18 1, 42 | the Father, since it is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things 19 1, 52 | substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~Hence it need not be everywhere.~ 20 1, 52 | which the angelic power is immediately applied, is ~reputed as 21 1, 52 | causes to be the causes ~immediately of one and the same thing. 22 1, 52 | power touches ~the place immediately by way of a perfect container, 23 1, 53 | is either in the ~place immediately preceding, which is taken 24 1, 62 | they ~ought not to have it immediately from the beginning.~Aquin.: 25 1, 62 | angel obtained beatitude immediately after one act of merit?~ 26 1, 62 | itself; whereas nature is immediately from God. Accordingly it 27 1, 63 | angels the reward follows immediately ~upon merit; as was said 28 1, 65 | bodies are from the angels or immediately from ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 65 | corporeal, were produced immediately by God, there would be no 30 1, 65 | therefore, were produced immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 1, 65 | creature proceeded from Him ~immediately, and in its turn produced 32 1, 65 | all bodies were created immediately by God, Moses said: "In 33 1, 65 | when first produced came ~immediately form God, whose bidding 34 1, 66 | firmament did not begin immediately ~from the beginning, then 35 1, 72 | by earth or water, but immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 36 1, 76 | and if this were to inhere immediately to primary ~matter; it would 37 1, 76 | which inhere to matter immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 38 1, 76 | yet it inheres to matter immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 39 1, 76 | lastly, because the soul is immediately united to the body ~as the 40 1, 76 | existence is united to the body ~immediately. This is the case with every 41 1, 76 | each part ~of the body is immediately dependent on the soul. Thus 42 1, 42 | the Father, since it is ~immediately added, "Whatsoever things 43 1, 53 | substance moves all the spheres immediately. ~Hence it need not be everywhere.~ 44 1, 53 | which the angelic power is immediately applied, is ~reputed as 45 1, 53 | causes to be the causes ~immediately of one and the same thing. 46 1, 53 | power touches ~the place immediately by way of a perfect container, 47 1, 54 | is either in the ~place immediately preceding, which is taken 48 1, 63 | they ~ought not to have it immediately from the beginning.~Aquin.: 49 1, 63 | angel obtained beatitude immediately after one act of merit?~ 50 1, 63 | itself; whereas nature is immediately from God. Accordingly it 51 1, 64 | angels the reward follows immediately ~upon merit; as was said 52 1, 66 | bodies are from the angels or immediately from ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 66 | corporeal, were produced immediately by God, there would be no 54 1, 66 | therefore, were produced immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 55 1, 66 | creature proceeded from Him ~immediately, and in its turn produced 56 1, 66 | all bodies were created immediately by God, Moses said: "In 57 1, 66 | when first produced came ~immediately form God, whose bidding 58 1, 67 | firmament did not begin immediately ~from the beginning, then 59 1, 71 | by earth or water, but immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 60 1, 75 | and if this were to inhere immediately to primary ~matter; it would 61 1, 75 | which inhere to matter immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 62 1, 75 | yet it inheres to matter immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 63 1, 75 | lastly, because the soul is immediately united to the body ~as the 64 1, 75 | existence is united to the body ~immediately. This is the case with every 65 1, 75 | each part ~of the body is immediately dependent on the soul. Thus 66 1, 88 | be made known to them not immediately, but ~the souls who pass 67 1, 89 | soul is produced by God immediately?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] A[ 68 1, 89 | the rational soul is not immediately made by ~God, but by the 69 1, 89 | cannot be produced, save immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 70 1, 90 | to whom the Scripture was immediately addressed.~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 90 | Whether the human body was immediately produced by God?~Aquin.: 72 1, 90 | was not produced by God ~immediately. For Augustine says (De 73 1, 90 | instrumentality of the angels, and not immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 74 1, 90 | not ~necessarily produced immediately by God. But the human body 75 1, 90 | not necessarily produced immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 76 1, 90 | created power, and not ~immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 77 1, 90 | any created power, but was immediately from God. Some, ~indeed, 78 1, 90 | body was of necessity made immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 79 1, 90 | human body was made by God immediately, as ~explained above (A[ 80 1, 91 | Whether the woman was made immediately by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 81 1, 91 | Whether the woman was formed immediately by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 82 1, 91 | the woman was not formed immediately by God. ~For no individual 83 1, 91 | no individual is produced immediately by God from another individual ~ 84 1, 91 | Therefore she was not made immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 85 1, 91 | of the ~angels, and not immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 86 1, 91 | some creature, and not ~immediately by God. But the woman's 87 1, 91 | Therefore it was not produced immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 88 1, 92 | two ways: directly and ~immediately, or indirectly and mediately; 89 1, 93 | state of innocence "saw God ~immediately," as the Master of the Sentences 90 1, 98 | full ~powers of the body immediately after birth?~(2) Whether 91 1, 98 | to the use of its members immediately after birth?~Aquin.: SMT 92 1, 98 | the use of its members, ~immediately after birth. For Augustine 93 1, 98 | for the use of their limbs immediately after birth. Because in ~ 94 1, 98 | power, the use of its limbs ~immediately after birth.~Aquin.: SMT 95 1, 98 | the use of their limbs ~immediately after birth, is due, not 96 1, 99 | have been conferred on man immediately on his receiving ~a rational 97 1, 102 | Whether all things are immediately governed by God?~(7) Whether 98 1, 102 | 1~Whether all things are immediately governed by God?~Aquin.: 99 1, 102 | things are governed by God immediately. ~For Gregory of Nyssa ( 100 1, 102 | seems that all things are immediately ~governed by God.~Aquin.: 101 1, 102 | that He governs all things immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 102 1, 102 | Therefore God governs all things immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 103 1, 102 | God governs all things ~immediately; whereas in its execution, 104 1, 102 | did not govern all things immediately, even in the design of government; ~ 105 1, 103 | God?~(2) Whether they are immediately preserved by God?~(3) Whether 106 1, 103 | preserves every creature immediately?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 107 1, 103 | preserves every creature immediately. For ~God creates and preserves 108 1, 103 | But God created all things immediately. Therefore He ~preserves 109 1, 103 | He ~preserves all things immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] A[ 110 1, 103 | God created all things immediately, but in the creation ~itself 111 1, 104 | 1) Whether God can move immediately the matter to the form?~( 112 1, 104 | form?~(2) Whether He can immediately move a body?~(3) Whether 113 1, 104 | God can move the matter immediately to the form?~Aquin.: SMT 114 1, 104 | God cannot move the matter immediately to ~receive the form. For 115 1, 104 | that, God can move matter immediately to form; because whatever ~ 116 1, 104 | Whether God can move a body immediately?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 117 1, 104 | that God cannot move a body immediately. For as the ~mover and the 118 1, 104 | God cannot move a body immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 119 1, 104 | God cannot move a body ~immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 120 1, 104 | Therefore a body cannot be moved immediately by an infinite ~power. But 121 1, 104 | Therefore God cannot move a body immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 122 1, 104 | the works of the six days immediately ~among which is included 123 1, 104 | God alone ~can move a body immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 124 1, 104 | since bodies are moved immediately by created causes, we ~cannot 125 1, 104 | doubt that God can move immediately any bodies whatever. ~This 126 1, 104 | as ~God can imprint form immediately in matter, it follows that 127 1, 104 | moves the created intellect immediately?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 128 1, 104 | would seem that God does not immediately move the created ~intellect. 129 1, 105 | see the Essence ~of God immediately, and in this respect one 130 1, 105 | rational mind is formed immediately by God, either as ~the image 131 1, 105 | Therefore he can enlighten him immediately; and thus the latter can ~ 132 1, 107 | first hierarchy, connected immediately with God, and, "as ~it were, 133 1, 107 | they announce things to us ~immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 134 1, 107 | therefore are not placed ~immediately above the Archangels, as 135 1, 107 | in the sense of knowing immediately the types of things in Himself; 136 1, 109 | angels by their own power can immediately move bodies ~locally?~(4) 137 1, 109 | immaterial substances preside immediately ~over all sensible bodies, 138 1, 109 | spiritual ~substance to preside immediately in the sphere of active 139 1, 109 | informing of matter is either immediately from God, or form some ~ 140 1, 109 | corporeal agent; but not immediately from an angel.~Aquin.: SMT 141 1, 109 | natural aptitude to be moved immediately by the ~spiritual nature 142 1, 110 | of faith." But faith is ~immediately from God, according to Eph. 143 1, 110 | enlightened by an angel; but immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 144 1, 110 | His creature. But both are immediately from God - that ~is, natural 145 1, 110 | Therefore God enlightens man ~immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[111] A[ 146 1, 110 | Natural reason, which is immediately from God, can be ~strengthened 147 1, 111 | the dead, was accomplished immediately by God ~without the action 148 1, 111 | anyone doubt that God can immediately reveal things ~to men without 149 1, 111 | lips, not as ~if he did so immediately, but because an inferior 150 1, 111 | unequal from being sent ~immediately in ministry, in such a manner 151 1, 111 | Divine enlightenment, not immediately, but ~through the superior 152 1, 111 | him, and hear his commands immediately; while ~others there are 153 1, 111 | upon the Divine ~Essence immediately; in regard to which all, 154 1, 111 | it is to be enlightened ~immediately by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 155 1, 111 | assistants see some things immediately in the glory ~of the Divine 156 1, 111 | highest hierarchy to be immediately enlightened by ~God; while 157 1, 112 | the first, God guards man immediately ~by infusing into him grace 158 1, 112 | there is only one angel who ~immediately keeps men.~Aquin.: SMT FP 159 1, 112 | other respects by the one immediately above him. ~Thus it is possible 160 1, 112 | one angel enlightens a man immediately, and ~yet has other angels 161 1, 112 | Christ as man was guided immediately by the Word of God: ~wherefore 162 1, 114 | heavenly bodies; but they ~act immediately on the human intellect by 163 1, 115 | fate. But whatever is done immediately ~by God, since it is not 164 1, 116 | angels, who are enlightened immediately ~concerning Divine things 165 1, 116 | some men are instructed ~immediately concerning Divine things 166 1, 116 | apostles were instructed immediately by the Word of ~God, not 167 2, 5 | nature, it is done ~by God immediately; such as raising the dead 168 2, 5 | order to see this, all are immediately enlightened by God.~Aquin.: 169 2, 6 | as issuing from the will immediately; thirdly, those acts which 170 2, 6 | the act, which proceeds immediately from ~the will, is called 171 2, 6 | to the act which proceeds immediately from the will, ~violence 172 2, 8 | belong to the will itself immediately, as being ~elicited by the 173 2, 9 | same thing is at once moved immediately by two movers; which seems ~ 174 2, 46 | such a person, is therefore immediately exasperated." Now to compare 175 2, 46 | subject to the reason, not ~immediately but through the will.~Aquin.: 176 2, 53 | there ~be a habit caused immediately by the active intellect, 177 2, 63 | us to receive, from God ~immediately, others that are proportionate 178 2, 63 | inchoatively: i.e. to God Himself immediately. But the ~soul needs further 179 2, 63 | which is ~wrought by God immediately, from that which is wrought 180 2, 75 | moving the will ~itself immediately, or by moving the reason, 181 2, 96 | the ~common good - either immediately, as when certain things 182 2, 96 | above, either mediately or immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 183 2, 98 | through the angels, but ~immediately by God. For an angel means 184 2, 98 | the Law was given by God ~immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 185 2, 98 | Moses received it from God immediately: for it is written (Ex. 186 2, 98 | Old Law was given by God immediately.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 187 2, 98 | given by the incarnate God immediately; but that ~the Old Law should 188 2, 98 | he was not taught by Him immediately. ~Accordingly when Scripture 189 2, 98 | needed this ~salutary remedy immediately after he had sinned. Therefore 190 2, 98 | should ~have been given immediately after sin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 191 2, 100 | knowledge of which man has immediately from God. Such are those 192 2, 100 | which become known to man immediately through ~divinely infused 193 2, 100 | people received from God immediately; wherefore it is ~written ( 194 2, 100 | the decalogue were given immediately by God, as ~stated above ( 195 2, 101 | seem to be directed to God immediately, but also those things ~ 196 2, 102 | These three feasts followed immediately on one ~another, because 197 2, 103 | sinful to observe them. But immediately after ~Christ's Passion 198 2, 110 | soul ~quickens the body immediately. Therefore nothing can come 199 2, 111 | sanctifying grace ordains a man immediately to a union with ~his last 200 2, 113 | subject. Hence we see that immediately the matter is disposed by 201 2, 113 | instants succeed each other ~immediately in time, nor points in a 202 2, 2 | rational nature alone is immediately ~subordinate to God, since 203 2, 2 | notion of good ~and being, is immediately related to the universal 204 2, 4 | perfect. Now, to believe is immediately ~an act of the intellect, 205 2, 6 | they are revealed by God immediately, as those things which ~ 206 2, 15 | other ~authority, but were immediately under the law, and to them 207 2, 22 | that just as the soul is immediately united to the ~body, so 208 2, 22 | them, not by eliciting ~immediately all acts of virtue.~Aquin.: 209 2, 25 | Reply OBJ 3: Every man is immediately concerned with the care 210 2, 26 | Whether God can be loved immediately in this life?~(5) Whether 211 2, 26 | Whether God can be loved immediately in this life?~Aquin.: SMT 212 2, 26 | that God cannot be loved immediately in this life. ~For the " 213 2, 26 | Now ~we do not know God immediately in this life, since "we 214 2, 26 | therefore, do we love ~Him immediately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 215 2, 26 | But man cannot know ~God immediately. Therefore much less can 216 2, 26 | much less can he love Him immediately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 217 2, 26 | is less able to love ~God immediately than to know Him immediately.~ 218 2, 26 | immediately than to know Him immediately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 219 2, 26 | of the way adheres to God immediately.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 220 2, 26 | sense charity loves God ~immediately, and other things through 221 2, 26 | loving ~God, unites the soul immediately to Him with a chain of spiritual 222 2, 44 | is written (Prov. 7:22): "Immediately he followeth ~her," i.e. 223 2, 56 | justice which directs man ~immediately to the common good, there 224 2, 56 | other virtues to ~direct him immediately in matters relating to particular 225 2, 56 | the common good it does so immediately, but as to the good of the 226 2, 56 | justice to direct a man ~immediately to the good of another individual.~ 227 2, 56 | and we are not directed ~immediately to another by the internal 228 2, 63 | if it were ~perpetrated immediately on them, and from this point 229 2, 79 | actions are ~directly and immediately ordered to the honor of 230 2, 80 | Reply OBJ 1: It belongs immediately to charity that man should 231 2, 80 | spirit; but it belongs ~immediately to religion, and, through 232 2, 83 | offer our possession to God immediately, and indirectly ~when we 233 2, 83 | because they are not offered immediately ~to God, but to the ministers 234 2, 84 | since it is not given ~immediately to God. Oblations properly 235 2, 85 | oblations, being offered ~to God immediately, seem to be more closely 236 2, 86 | one is bound to fulfil it immediately. ~But if one intend to fulfil 237 2, 100 | prescribe acts of virtue. Now, ~immediately after the precepts of religion, 238 2, 100 | Therefore piety follows immediately after religion in the order 239 2, 102 | other matters the subject is immediately under God, by Whom he ~is 240 2, 116 | First, so as to regard immediately the acquisition and ~keeping 241 2, 116 | riches ~in two ways. First, immediately in respect of the acquisition 242 2, 120 | inasmuch as they refer immediately to acts of ~justice.~Aquin.: 243 2, 120 | greatest obligation. Hence, immediately after the precepts ~directing 244 2, 121 | Hence ~fortitude needs to be immediately about fear and daring, but 245 2, 127 | Wherefore magnanimity is immediately about the passions of hope, ~ 246 2, 127 | Wherefore as ~confidence belongs immediately to magnanimity, so security 247 2, 127 | magnanimity, so security belongs ~immediately to fortitude.~Aquin.: SMT 248 2, 140 | revelation that he received immediately afterwards.~Aquin.: SMT 249 2, 145 | that Christ began to fast immediately ~after being baptized. Now 250 2, 145 | Therefore we ought ~to fast immediately after the Epiphany when 251 2, 145 | ordered ~a fast to be observed immediately before the Paschal feast; 252 2, 152 | children who are directly and ~immediately related to one another, 253 2, 153 | power: though both belong immediately to the will as ~their proper 254 2, 161 | his creation, wherefore immediately ~after the words just quoted, " 255 2, 162 | would have ~followed sin immediately. But this is not true, for 256 2, 162 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, immediately after his sin man was subject 257 2, 170 | makes the friends of God immediately. Therefore it ~also makes 258 2, 170 | also makes the prophets immediately, and not through the medium 259 2, 171 | prophetic ~revelation, imprinted immediately by God, sometimes it results 260 2, 180 | life pertains ~directly and immediately to the love of God; for 261 2, 187 | them, Peter and Andrew "immediately leaving their nets, followed 262 3, 1 | should become incarnate immediately after ~sin. First, on account 263 3, 1 | Man ~should not be sent immediately after man's fall. For first 264 3, 6 | But He is in all creatures immediately by essence, ~power and presence. 265 3, 6 | person. But the body pertains immediately to the ~human hypostasis 266 3, 6 | power God touches each thing immediately, by causing ~and preserving 267 3, 6 | of parts, but such as are immediately ~joined, i.e. the Godhead 268 3, 9 | knowledge of the Divine Essence immediately, inasmuch as the ~Divine 269 3, 10 | the blessed see the Word ~immediately in the Divine Essence Itself, 270 3, 12 | does not receive knowledge ~immediately from the intelligible species 271 3, 30 | highest angels are ~made immediately by God, as Dionysius says ( 272 3, 30 | announced to her by God ~immediately, and not by an angel.~Aquin.: 273 3, 32 | are ~explained by what immediately follows: "According to the 274 3, 36 | all equally, but to ~some immediately, through whom they are made 275 3, 36 | birth. Wherefore Herod, immediately after the departure of the ~ 276 3, 38 | of ~sins, to be realized immediately through the baptism of John, 277 3, 38 | had been baptized, ~not immediately, but when the former was 278 3, 40 | into a pit, and will not ~immediately draw him out on the Sabbath-day?" 279 3, 41 | Acts 1:1). ~Consequently, immediately after His baptism Christ 280 3, 42 | teaching His disciples immediately, and they subsequently teaching ~ 281 3, 42 | doctrine would have reached all immediately.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 282 3, 45 | mysteries should not be immediately explained to ~everyone, 283 3, 48 | Hence both of ~these belong immediately to Christ as man; but to 284 3, 48 | man to be the Redeemer ~immediately; although the redemption 285 3, 48 | And so redemption belongs immediately to the Man-Christ, but ~ 286 3, 48 | price of our redemption ~immediately, but at the command of the 287 3, 49 | since the soul was united immediately with ~the Word; hence it 288 3, 50 | with the Word of God more immediately ~and more primarily than 289 3, 55 | is that they be revealed immediately by God to higher persons, ~ 290 3, 57 | not ascend into heaven ~immediately after rising again, for 291 3, 63 | character, cannot be founded immediately on the essence of the soul: ~ 292 3, 64 | and ~no agent can operate immediately where it is not: secondly, 293 3, 70 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Immediately after the sin of our first 294 3, 72 | which is proper to ~man immediately after birth, is different 295 3, 75 | which is 'Be thou opened,' immediately his ears were opened, ~and 296 3, 78 | now" points to the instant immediately following the speech: ~because 297 3, 79 | Chrysostom says on the ~words, "Immediately there came out blood and 298 3, 82 | prologue, he placed Article 10 immediately after Article ~4 (Cf. Leonine 299 3, 85 | sin, it belongs to charity immediately, in the same way as joy 300 3, 85 | equal, in the point of being immediately under the ruler, ~retaining 301 3, 85 | then it is infused by God immediately without our operating as ~ 302 Suppl, 6 | if ~he omits to confess immediately to a priest if there be 303 Suppl, 8 | and the Pope are placed immediately over the ~same people, and 304 Suppl, 12| habit to whose end it is immediately directed, ~but is commanded 305 Suppl, 17| priest's act does not bear immediately on the kingdom, ~but on 306 Suppl, 17| OBJ 1: One key is ordained immediately to the opening of one lock, ~ 307 Suppl, 17| that opens the lock of sin ~immediately, but the key of knowledge 308 Suppl, 29| sacrament prepares man for glory immediately, since it ~is given to those 309 Suppl, 29| this sacrament is ordained immediately to the state of ~incorruption. 310 Suppl, 37| man is made like to God immediately in Baptism, by ~receiving 311 Suppl, 37| oblations are acts directed immediately to God. Therefore ~every 312 Suppl, 37| OBJ 2: Acts are directed immediately to God in two ways; in one ~ 313 Suppl, 37| priest alone ~exercises acts immediately directed to God; because 314 Suppl, 41| offspring are able to seek food immediately after birth, or are ~sufficiently 315 Suppl, 42| the form of ~words results immediately not in the infusion of grace, 316 Suppl, 55| tie of consanguinity is immediately contracted through it; ~ 317 Suppl, 55| degrees is directly and immediately referable to consanguinity, 318 Suppl, 69| souls are conveyed thither immediately after death?~(3) Whether 319 Suppl, 69| conveyed to heaven or hell immediately after death?~Aquin.: SMT 320 Suppl, 69| conveyed to heaven or hell ~immediately after death. For a gloss 321 Suppl, 69| life the saints do not go ~immediately up to heaven.~Aquin.: SMT 322 Suppl, 69| some souls go down to hell ~immediately after death is evident from 323 Suppl, 69| will be," etc., by saying immediately ~afterwards: "That is to 324 Suppl, 69| in mortal bodies are not ~immediately united to separate substances, 325 Suppl, 70| fire tortured the spirit ~immediately in the same way as it torments 326 Suppl, 72| will precede the judgment immediately may be comprised under ~ 327 Suppl, 72| in respect of the time ~immediately preceding the judgment, 328 Suppl, 72| the cleansing will be done immediately by God and ~not by fire.~ 329 Suppl, 73| its effect to which it ~is immediately directed, but not the effect 330 Suppl, 73| works our resurrection, not immediately, ~but by means of its principle, 331 Suppl, 73| produce their effects either immediately or by means of ~other causes: 332 Suppl, 73| caused His resurrection immediately, but it causes the ~resurrection 333 Suppl, 73| the soul, even as it is immediately created by God, ~so will 334 Suppl, 73| be reunited to the body immediately by God without any ~operation 335 Suppl, 73| of the angels, just as He immediately glorifies ~man's soul. This 336 Suppl, 74| the world, but followed immediately after ~Christ's resurrection, 337 Suppl, 74| the angels, and something immediately by the power of God, as ~ 338 Suppl, 74| that which will be done immediately by ~God's power will happen 339 Suppl, 75| shall precede the ~judgment immediately, when, to wit, the signs 340 Suppl, 75| is not reduced to ashes ~immediately after death. But some will 341 Suppl, 85| then all things proceeded immediately from God, so at length ~ 342 Suppl, 85| it derived its existence immediately ~from God. Wherefore the 343 Suppl, 85| of such calamities will immediately ~precede the judgment day 344 Suppl, 86| this will be done by God, immediately by ~Himself. Therefore neither 345 Suppl, 86| because all receive this immediately from God. Nevertheless ~ 346 Suppl, 86| their ~principal punishment immediately from God, namely the everlasting ~ 347 Suppl, 86| fear refers to the time ~immediately before the judgment, most 348 Suppl, 88| soul which it will glorify ~immediately. Again man will not need 349 Suppl, 88| knowledge he will see God ~immediately in His essence. The carnal 350 Suppl, 89| that His essence be seen immediately. And for this reason ~those 351 Suppl, 89| are not said to be seen immediately, ~except when that which 352 Suppl, 89| materiality: hence they are seen immediately when their ~image is in 353 Suppl, 89| wherefore He would not be seen immediately, ~unless His essence were 354 Suppl, 89| vision, which ~is effected immediately, is called "vision of face."


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