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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 34 | or "which ~the king has commanded," alluding to some deed 2 1, 50 | and they were made; He commanded, ~and they were created." 3 1, 51 | and they were made; He commanded, ~and they were created." 4 1, 107 | order ~how what has been commanded or decided to be done can 5 1, 110 | convinced by the reason, but as commanded by the will; hence Augustine ~ 6 1, 111 | because it is regulated and commanded by some intellect; in that 7 2, 1 | ways: first, because it is commanded by the will, e.g. to ~walk, 8 2, 1 | end, it must be an action commanded by the will: ~so that there, 9 2, 6 | are ~voluntary, as being commanded by the will, which issue 10 2, 6 | other is an act of the ~will commanded by it, and put into execution 11 2, 6 | and "to speak," which are commanded by the will ~to be executed 12 2, 6 | Para. 2/3~As regards the commanded acts of the will, then, 13 2, 6 | voluntary, but also the act commanded by the will. ~Consequently, 14 2, 6 | involuntary. But as to the commanded act, ~the will can suffer 15 2, 8 | secondly, those acts which are commanded by the ~will.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 17 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE ACTS COMMANDED BY THE WILL (NINE ARTICLES)~ 17 2, 17 | must now consider the acts commanded by the will; under which 18 2, 17 | Whether command and the commanded act are one act or distinct?~( 19 2, 17 | Whether the act of the will is commanded?~(6) Whether the act of 20 2, 17 | the act of the reason is commanded?~(7) Whether the act of 21 2, 17 | the sensitive appetite is commanded?~(8) Whether the act of 22 2, 17 | act of the vegetal soul is commanded?~(9) Whether the acts of 23 2, 17 | the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 24 2, 17 | Further, just as to be commanded belongs to that which is ~ 25 2, 17 | commander orders the one commanded to do something, by way 26 2, 17 | Therefore the body is commanded by ~the soul, even in irrational 27 2, 17 | ratio there of commander and commanded; ~but only of mover and 28 2, 17 | Whether command and the commanded act are one act, or distinct?~ 29 2, 17 | It would seem that the commanded act is not one with the 30 2, 17 | themselves distinct. But the ~commanded act belongs to one power, 31 2, 17 | command. Therefore the commanded act is not one with the 32 2, 17 | itself. But sometimes the commanded ~act is separate from the 33 2, 17 | command is given, and ~the commanded act follows not. Therefore 34 2, 17 | distinct act from ~the act commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 35 2, 17 | naturally precedes the ~commanded act. Therefore they are 36 2, 17 | but one." But there is no ~commanded act unless by reason of 37 2, 17 | evident that command and ~the commanded act are one human act, just 38 2, 17 | fact that command and the commanded act can be ~separated from 39 2, 17 | Whether the act of the will is commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 40 2, 17 | the act of the will is not commanded. For ~Augustine says (Confess. 41 2, 17 | act of the will is not commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 42 2, 17 | the act of the will is not commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 43 2, 17 | if one act of the will is commanded, for the same reason ~all 44 2, 17 | the same reason ~all are commanded. But if all the acts of 45 2, 17 | the acts of the will are commanded, we must ~needs proceed 46 2, 17 | act of the will ~be also commanded, this command will be precedes 47 2, 17 | the act of the will is not commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 48 2, 17 | the acts of the will are commanded by us.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 49 2, 17 | act of the will ~can be commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 50 2, 17 | act of reason, that act is commanded ~which is subject to reason. 51 2, 17 | the act of the reason is commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 52 2, 17 | of the reason cannot be commanded. For ~it seems impossible 53 2, 17 | act of the reason is ~not commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 54 2, 17 | But the power whose act is commanded by reason, is ~rational 55 2, 17 | essentially rational, is not commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 56 2, 17 | 3: Further, that act is commanded, which is in our power. 57 2, 17 | of the reason cannot be commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 58 2, 17 | acts ~of the reason can be commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 59 2, 17 | Consequently its act ~can be commanded.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 60 2, 17 | the reason can always be commanded: as when one is told to 61 2, 17 | our ~power, and cannot be commanded. The other act of the reason 62 2, 17 | the sensitive appetite is commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 63 2, 17 | sensitive appetite is not ~commanded. For the Apostle says (Rm. 64 2, 17 | act of the vegetal soul is commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 65 2, 17 | animal appetite, can be commanded by ~reason: but not those 66 2, 17 | the external members are commanded?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 67 2, 19 | ground, is forbidden or ~commanded, his reason or conscience 68 2, 19 | proposes ~something as being commanded by God, then to scorn the 69 2, 20 | moral virtue in the power ~commanded, as is declared in Ethic. 70 2, 20 | which belongs to the power commanded. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 71 2, 24 | voluntary, either from ~being commanded by the will, or from not 72 2, 24 | and other animals: but, as commanded by the reason, they are 73 2, 42 | evil in God. But we are commanded to ~fear God, according 74 2, 57 | complement until the reason has commanded aright in the point of ~ 75 2, 59 | judgment, as through being ~commanded by reason, it helps towards 76 2, 60 | the appetitive power is commanded and moved. ~But the appetite 77 2, 60 | in ~so far as they are commanded by that justice, receive 78 2, 66 | is greater than the one commanded. Now ~prudence seems to 79 2, 71 | or to choose, or as being commanded by the ~will, e.g. the exterior 80 2, 72 | omitting to ~do what was commanded, and 'sins,' by doing what 81 2, 74 | but also those which are commanded ~by the will, as we stated 82 2, 76 | the act willed, which is ~commanded by the will; so in a sin 83 2, 77 | itself: wherefore man is ~commanded to love his neighbor as 84 2, 90 | the volition of what is commanded may have the ~nature of 85 2, 94 | example, "by which everyone is commanded ~to do to others as he would 86 2, 94 | changed by God: as when ~God commanded Abraham to slay his innocent 87 2, 94 | Ex. ~12:35); and when He commanded Osee to take to himself " 88 2, 94 | things, that whatever is ~commanded by God is right; but also 89 2, 97 | are placed over others are commanded as ~follows (Dt. 1:17): " 90 2, 99 | in so far as a thing is commanded as being ~necessary or expedient 91 2, 99 | tables of stone; and He commanded me at that time that I should ~ 92 2, 99 | have [Vulg.: 'He ~hath'] commanded thee." Therefore in addition 93 2, 99 | which the Lord your God commanded . . . you." ~And these words 94 2, 100 | worshipped as ~gods - for God commanded an image of the Seraphim [ 95 2, 100 | His covenant, ~which He commanded you to do, and the ten words 96 2, 100 | other virtues. But it is commanded (Dt. 26:20) that ~"thou 97 2, 100 | 20:3, where the priest is commanded (to speak thus): "Be not 98 2, 102 | doves indifferently are commanded to be ~offered up. Since 99 2, 102 | the young of the dove are commanded to be offered, ~so also 100 2, 102 | not to your fathers and I ~commanded them not, in the day that 101 2, 102 | turtledoves and young doves are commanded ~to be offered, because 102 2, 102 | wherefore different victims are ~commanded to be offered for the sin 103 2, 102 | OBJ 6: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 20:4) that they should " 104 2, 102 | OBJ 7: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 20:24): "You shall 105 2, 102 | subsequently they should ~be commanded to make an altar of wood 106 2, 102 | Gn. 22:2) that the Lord commanded Abraham to "offer" his son ~" 107 2, 102 | from those who had been commanded to worship but one God. ~ 108 2, 102 | 3~Reply OBJ 7: The Lord commanded an altar to be made for 109 2, 102 | 24, seqq.) when the Lord commanded them to make "an altar ~ 110 2, 102 | this reason, too, the Lord commanded (Dt. 16:21): ~"Thou shalt 111 2, 102 | idolatry. Wherefore ~the Lord commanded the altar of holocausts 112 2, 102 | For this reason the Lord ~commanded (Dt. 14:1): "You shall not 113 2, 102 | Therefore it was unfittingly ~commanded (Ex. 12:11) that they should 114 2, 102 | the temple; and that He commanded (Num. 8:7) the Levites to 115 2, 102 | delivered ~from Egypt, they were commanded to sprinkle the lamb's blood 116 2, 102 | they ate. For they were ~commanded to eat unleavened bread, 117 2, 102 | pastoral authority: and ~it was commanded that the paschal lamb should 118 2, 102 | in Num. 19. For there God commanded them to take a ~red cow 119 2, 102 | the yoke of sin. It was commanded ~to be taken to Moses, because 120 2, 102 | the Sabbath. And it was commanded to be delivered ~"to Eleazar 121 2, 102 | consecration: wherefore they are commanded to be separated from other ~ 122 2, 102 | same reason it was ~also commanded that the choice of those 123 2, 102 | to speak. And the Lord commanded the "Doctrine and Truth" 124 2, 102 | being most perfect, is commanded to be offered to the Lord ( 125 2, 102 | Therefore without reason is it commanded (Dt. 22:6): "If thou find, 126 2, 102 | acceptable. Hence the Lord commanded the blood to be ~poured 127 2, 102 | Consequently (the Israelites) were commanded to look upon the ~fruits 128 2, 102 | says on Mt. 23:6, "the Lord commanded them to ~make violet-colored 129 2, 102 | idolatrous worship, the Lord commanded that the priests of ~inferior 130 2, 102 | to son. Again, they were commanded to ~shave neither head nor 131 2, 102 | priests of the Old Law were commanded to do the contrary.~Aquin.: 132 2, 103 | which the Lord your God commanded that I should teach ~you." 133 2, 103 | Lord, before His Passion, ~commanded the leper to observe the 134 2, 103 | men into sin. ~But it was commanded by apostolic decree that 135 2, 105 | seqq.) the unruly son is commanded to ~be stoned on account 136 2, 105 | OBJ 12: Further, the Lord commanded (Ex. 21:12) a murderer to 137 2, 105 | Para. 3/4~Secondly, the Law commanded that, in some respects, 138 2, 105 | bread: and therefore the Law commanded wisely that ~they should 139 2, 105 | from the truth, the Law commanded that they should be most ~ 140 2, 105 | breaker of the Law, which commanded the sabbath to be observed, 141 2, 105 | Therefore it is unsuitably commanded (Dt. 23:3) that "the Ammonite 142 2, 105 | Therefore it is unsuitably commanded (Dt. 23:1,2) ~that "an eunuch 143 2, 105 | Therefore the Lord unsuitably ~commanded (Dt. 20:13-19) that all 144 2, 105 | Therefore it is unsuitably commanded (Dt. ~20:5-7) that certain 145 2, 105 | in the first place, it commanded that ~war should be declared 146 2, 105 | a just cause: thus it is commanded (Dt. 20:10) ~that when they 147 2, 105 | The fruit-trees were ~commanded to be left untouched, for 148 2, 105 | ass or an ox. But it is commanded (Dt. 22:1-3) with regard 149 2, 105 | Therefore it was unsuitably commanded (Dt. 23:15): "Thou ~shalt 150 2, 105 | Therefore it is unfittingly ~commanded (Ex. 21:20,21) that "he 151 2, 105 | Therefore ~it is unfittingly commanded (Dt. 21:18, seqq.) that 152 2, 105 | with strange nations; and commanded the dissolution of such 153 2, 105 | Therefore it was ~unsuitably commanded (Dt. 25:5) that if any man 154 2, 105 | regard ~to servants, it commanded them to be treated with 155 2, 105 | labor, ~wherefore the Lord commanded (Dt. 5:14) that on the Sabbath 156 2, 105 | and furthermore it was commanded (Dt. 15:13) that they ~should 157 2, 105 | regard to children, the Law commanded parents to educate them 158 2, 105 | Lord." Moreover, they are commanded to teach them the rules 159 2, 105 | Hence in this ~case the Lord commanded the stubborn son to be punished 160 2, 106 | be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4), ~commanded the Gospel to be preached 161 2, 107 | Law. For what Our ~Lord commanded about a man not putting 162 2, 108 | things which the Old ~Law commanded to be done for justice's 163 2, 108 | ad 9); whereas ~the Law commanded this to be done in order 164 2, 108 | regard to these precepts He commanded nothing on this ~occasion 165 2, 111 | exterior act; and since it is commanded by the will, as was ~shown 166 2, 113 | commands and ~another is commanded, inasmuch as the act may 167 2, 114 | all these things that are commanded you, say: ~We are unprofitable 168 2, 114 | all the other virtues are ~commanded by charity. Hence the merit 169 2, 114 | inasmuch as their acts ~are commanded by charity. So, likewise, 170 2, 4 | pertains to the intellect as commanded by the ~will, it must needs 171 2, 11 | OBJ 3: Further, the Master commanded his servants (Mt. 13:30) 172 2, 11 | OBJ 2: Further, Our Lord commanded Peter (Mt. 18:22) to forgive 173 2, 15 | of faith: for they were commanded (Ex. 12:27) that, when ~ 174 2, 15 | and (Dt. 13:9) they were commanded to slay anyone who ~disseminated 175 2, 15 | You believe in God," and ~commanded something, namely, belief 176 2, 15 | to Me." Now ~the king is commanded to learn knowledge of the 177 2, 15 | therefore should the Law have commanded the priests to learn the 178 2, 15 | Therefore it is unfittingly commanded (Dt. 6:7): ~"Thou shalt 179 2, 15 | these things also being commanded more notably in the New ~ 180 2, 15 | Nevertheless teaching was commanded more expressly than ~learning, 181 2, 15 | hence it is especially ~commanded that the king should be 182 2, 15 | In like manner we are commanded to meditate on the Law in 183 2, 21 | How many things ~are commanded us about faith! How many 184 2, 24 | wicked of the land": ~and God commanded (Ex. 22:18): "Wizards thou 185 2, 25 | end of charity, can be ~commanded by charity, so that, out 186 2, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: We are commanded to hate, in our kindred, 187 2, 27 | acts of virtue. But we ~are commanded to rejoice in the Lord, 188 2, 28 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: We are commanded to keep peace because it 189 2, 30 | act of one virtue being ~commanded by another virtue as commanding 190 2, 30 | sacrifice, and thus it is ~commanded by religion.~Aquin.: SMT 191 2, 31 | he who ~says that God has commanded any. thing impossible." 192 2, 32 | always a sin. ~For no sin is commanded or counselled by God, according 193 2, 38 | pay' [*Lk. 3:14]. If he commanded them to be ~content with 194 2, 38 | covertly; ~for which reason we commanded our people to gather together, 195 2, 38 | Joshua 6:4) the priests were commanded to sound the sacred ~trumpets 196 2, 38 | authority of ~the Lord, Who commanded Joshua to lay ambushes for 197 2, 42 | Whether it is fittingly commanded that man should love God 198 2, 42 | seem that it is unfittingly commanded that man should ~love God 199 2, 42 | Therefore it is unfittingly commanded that man should love God 200 2, 42 | Therefore we ought not to be ~commanded to love God with our whole 201 2, 42 | might." Accordingly we are commanded to direct our whole ~intention 202 2, 42 | he who says that Cod has commanded anything ~impossible." But 203 2, 42 | unfitting that he should be commanded to love his ~neighbor as 204 2, 42 | Holy Writ. For when we are commanded to love God ~with our "whole 205 2, 42 | all things. When we are commanded to love our neighbor "as ~ 206 2, 42 | like ~manner where we are commanded (1 Jn. 3:16) "to lay down 207 2, 42 | and again ~when we are commanded (Gal. 6:10) to "work good . . . 208 2, 53 | to do whatever they were commanded to do in preaching the ~ 209 2, 54 | Moses My servant, which I commanded him in Horeb." ~Now the 210 2, 56 | all these things that are ~commanded you, say: We are unprofitable 211 2, 56 | justice for the virtue ~commanded by legal justice.~Aquin.: 212 2, 58 | judges, to whom this was commanded [*Ex. 22:20; Lev. 20; Dt. ~ 213 2, 61 | For this reason ~it was commanded (Dt. 17:15): "Thou mayest 214 2, 61 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is commanded (Lev. 19:32): "Rise up before 215 2, 62 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord commanded them to forbear from uprooting 216 2, 62 | For nothing unlawful is commanded in the Divine law. Yet, 217 2, 62 | of the molten calf, Moses commanded (Ex. 32:27): "Let ~every 218 2, 62 | through him, had secretly commanded him to do this." He assigns 219 2, 64 | always a sin. For no sin is ~commanded by God, since it is written ( 220 2, 64 | Ecclus. 15:21): "He hath commanded ~no man to do wickedly." 221 2, 64 | wickedly." Yet we find that God commanded theft, for it is ~written ( 222 2, 64 | Israel did as the Lord had ~commanded Moses [Vulg.: 'as Moses 223 2, 64 | Moses [Vulg.: 'as Moses had commanded']. . . and they stripped ~ 224 2, 64 | order of a judge who has commanded him to do so, ~because it 225 2, 64 | of earthly kings you ~are commanded to forfeit them." Therefore 226 2, 68 | right, and a man cannot be commanded to do what is contrary to 227 2, 71 | underneath his burden," as commanded in Dt. 21:4 [*Ex. ~23:5].~ 228 2, 74 | to 2 ~Cor. 13:3. Now he commanded (Rm. 12:14), "Bless and 229 2, 76 | paid in usury, but it is commanded that ~the property be sold, 230 2, 84 | further on (Dt. 26:10) he is commanded to ~say: "Therefore now 231 2, 84 | hence it is that man was commanded to ~offer God his first-fruits, 232 2, 85 | those ~things which were commanded by Christ through the Apostles, 233 2, 85 | things whatsoever I have ~commanded you"; and Paul says (Acts 234 2, 85 | the New Law, for our Lord commanded us to ~give to the poor 235 2, 85 | below the priests, the ~Lord commanded that the former should pay 236 2, 86 | not to those which are commanded. Therefore the direction 237 2, 86 | more meritorious for being commanded by a superior virtue, ~whose 238 2, 86 | it becomes through being commanded by it, just as the act of ~ 239 2, 86 | hope is better if it be commanded by charity. Hence the works 240 2, 86 | 1~On the contrary, It is commanded (Num. 30:4-6) that "if a 241 2, 86 | the natural ~law, and is commanded by the Divine law, as shown 242 2, 88 | adjured dragons and ~to have commanded them to withdraw into the 243 2, 95 | tempt God. For God has not ~commanded sin. Yet He has commanded 244 2, 95 | commanded sin. Yet He has commanded men to try, which is the 245 2, 95 | yet does not what God has commanded him to do." Now this ~pertains 246 2, 96 | condition - that the thing commanded ~be lawful and virtuous, 247 2, 97 | happens in the case of virtues commanded by ~one virtue. In this 248 2, 101 | the Apostle spoke when he commanded servants to obey their ~ 249 2, 102 | healing the two blind men ~commanded them, saying: "See that 250 2, 102 | virtue. Now ~we find that God commanded certain things contrary 251 2, 102 | contrary to virtue: thus He ~commanded Abraham to slay his innocent 252 2, 102 | contrary to justice that He commanded the Jews ~to take things 253 2, 102 | chastity that ~Osee was commanded to take an adulteress, because 254 2, 102 | Now sometimes the things commanded by a superior are against ~ 255 2, 103 | on the part of the things commanded. For the person commanding ~ 256 2, 103 | that the greater ~the good commanded, the more grievous the disobedience 257 2, 106 | thus the Lord (Num 25) commanded the ~princes of the people 258 2, 106 | are devoid of reason, were commanded to be slain on account of 259 2, 120 | and sign of this we are commanded to keep holy seventh ~day - 260 2, 123 | Further, nothing that is commanded in the Divine Law is a sin: ~ 261 2, 123 | Ps. 18:8). Yet fear is ~commanded in God's law, for it is 262 2, 123 | forbidden, or to omit what is commanded by the Divine law, ~such 263 2, 130 | likened to God: in fact we are commanded (Eph. 5:1): "Be ye . . ~. 264 2, 138 | Now ~the other virtues are commanded absolutely. Therefore patience 265 2, 138 | patience should not ~have been commanded merely, as Augustine says ( 266 2, 145 | threatens, even children are commanded to fast, in sign of more ~ 267 2, 145 | as under the Law it was commanded that tithes ~should be paid 268 2, 145 | invisible creature, since we are commanded ~to love God, with our whole 269 2, 145 | fasted because they were commanded not to go up on to the ~ 270 2, 152 | Divine precept. But the ~Lord commanded (Osee 1:2): "Go take thee 271 2, 152 | High" (since there ~it is commanded: "Thou shalt not commit 272 2, 159 | everything that God has commanded." For among these ~there 273 2, 164 | of a cognitive power is commanded by the appetitive ~power, 274 2, 169 | Now the ~prophets were commanded (Jer. 23:28): "The prophet 275 2, 182 | of our neighbor is not commanded according to a measure, 276 2, 182 | adultery,' and whatever are not commanded, yet suggested ~by a special 277 2, 183 | On the contrary, our Lord commanded the apostles, whose successors ~ 278 2, 183 | on Lk. 10:1. Now our Lord commanded the apostles to ~possess 279 2, 184 | willing to do the thing commanded ~considered in itself. Wherefore 280 2, 185 | with your ~own hands as we commanded you"; wherefore Augustine 281 2, 185 | there ~what the Apostle commanded? What sort of perverseness 282 2, 185 | with ~your own hands, as we commanded you, and that you walk honestly 283 2, 185 | with ~your own hands as we commanded you, and that you walk honestly 284 2, 186 | life. And though our ~Lord commanded those who were sent to preach 285 2, 187 | newly baptized not ~being commanded to fast until Pentecost, 286 3, 13 | 19], A[12]. But our Lord commanded certain things to be done, 287 3, 28 | was fitting that He Who commanded us to honor our father and ~ 288 3, 36 | For our Lord (Mt. 10:5) commanded His ~disciples, "Go ye not 289 3, 36 | He was deluded by them," commanded the male ~children to be 290 3, 37 | The law of Lev. 12:6,[8] "commanded those who could, to ~offer, 291 3, 37 | unable to offer a lamb were commanded to offer ~two turtle doves 292 3, 39 | wished to do what He had commanded all to do." And this is ~ 293 3, 40 | be ascribed, for we are commanded to love God ~in three ways, ' 294 3, 40 | man on the Sabbath, and commanded him to take up his bed. ~ 295 3, 40 | Sabbath-day. Now when Christ commanded the paralytic ~to carry 296 3, 41 | Gn. 3:1): "Why hath God commanded you that you should not ~ 297 3, 42 | where the sons of Aaron are ~commanded to wrap up the sacred vessels 298 3, 44 | Hence "even the apostles are commanded to be silent about Him, ~ 299 3, 44 | seems ~unfitting that Christ commanded those who had been healed 300 3, 44 | the more so, since ~He commanded others to proclaim the miracles 301 3, 44 | as related Mt. 8:26, "He commanded the winds, ~and the sea, 302 3, 45 | neither should it have so commanded at the transfiguration.~ 303 3, 45 | baptism, that men should be commanded to hear ~Him.~Aquin.: SMT 304 3, 46 | burnt outside the camp, as commanded in Lev. 16:27. Hence it 305 3, 47 | not read that Christ was ~commanded to suffer. Therefore He 306 3, 47 | with regard to the ~thing commanded, nevertheless it implies 307 3, 55 | an angel and our Saviour ~commanded not merely the eleven, but 308 3, 60 | is My Body." ~Likewise He commanded His disciples to baptize 309 3, 61 | sacraments which the Law commanded to be solemnized and observed 310 3, 64 | whereas his master had ~commanded him with a good intention 311 3, 66 | obligatory except when we are commanded ~to receive them. And this 312 3, 66 | the sacraments. Now Christ commanded the sacrament of Baptism 313 3, 66 | But trine immersion was commanded by Christ: for Pope Pelagius ~ 314 3, 66 | in the sense that Christ commanded Baptism ~to be conferred " 315 3, 72 | tongues": and afterwards ~"he commanded them to be baptized." Therefore 316 3, 78 | things are ~made. The Lord commanded, and the heavens and earth 317 3, 80 | 24:12), Pope Innocent III commanded that the faithful ~should 318 3, 80 | obstinate ~in rejecting what is commanded for his good." Consequently, 319 3, 80 | Again the Centurion was not commanded ~to receive Christ into 320 3, 81 | Further, what the Lord commanded, He Himself fulfilled, as 321 3, 83 | stones." Again, the altar is commanded to be ~made of "setim-wood," 322 3, 83 | mentioned above are suitably commanded by the Church's prelates, 323 3, 83 | Further, (Ex. 30:7), the Lord commanded Aaron to "burn ~sweet-smelling 324 3, 83 | this sacrament, it was ~commanded that nothing of it should " 325 3, 83 | We use incense, not as commanded by a ceremonial precept 326 3, 84 | merciful." Now our Lord commanded His disciples to be merciful 327 3, 85 | charity, being, ~so to speak, commanded by charity; and thus, since 328 3, 86 | repenting: wherefore our ~Lord commanded us (Mt. 5:44): "Love your 329 3, 89 | 15:22) that the father commanded his ~penitent son to be 330 3, 89 | he repented, his father ~commanded that the first garment should 331 Suppl, 7 | It may, however, be the commanded act of many virtues, in 332 Suppl, 8 | Lazarus ~to life. Now our Lord commanded none but the disciples to 333 Suppl, 9 | through this act being commanded ~by that virtue; or through 334 Suppl, 11| Consequently if he be commanded under pain of excommunication 335 Suppl, 12| immediately directed, ~but is commanded by that habit to whose end 336 Suppl, 12| elicited by justice but is commanded by charity.~Aquin.: SMT 337 Suppl, 13| Whoever maintains that God has commanded anything impossible to man, 338 Suppl, 13| anathema." But satisfaction is commanded (Lk. 3:8): "Bring forth . ~. . 339 Suppl, 34| expressed by the ~act which is commanded; and the conferring of power 340 Suppl, 41| see God (Ex. 19:11) were commanded not to go near their wives ( 341 Suppl, 47| bound to do what ~Isaac commanded him, both on account of 342 Suppl, 52| should ~omit the service commanded by his master and pay the 343 Suppl, 52| in the way of the service commanded, and other like ~considerations, 344 Suppl, 54| to a certain extent it commanded them; to wit that each man 345 Suppl, 59| both because ~the Lord had commanded them to be slain on account 346 Suppl, 60| adultery. For the Divine law commanded ~adulterous wives to be 347 Suppl, 64| mortal sin. ~Now the Lord commanded (Ex. 19:15): "Come not near 348 Suppl, 67| husband; and two things were commanded, ~namely that the bill of 349 Suppl, 73| resurrection, even as He commanded the sea and the storm ceased ( 350 Suppl, 74| 104:8, "The ~word which He commanded to a thousand," i.e. all, " 351 Suppl, 93| innocence, since then was it commanded: ~"Increase and multiply 352 Suppl, 93| due to every virtuous act commanded ~by charity. Now virginity


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