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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | revelation has been made, to rest in the metaphors, but ~raises 2 1, 5 | species, and weight gives it rest and ~stability." Therefore 3 1, 5 | or ~form; or a state of rest in that thing. Thus, in 4 1, 5 | appetite in the form of rest in the thing desired, is ~ 5 1, 6 | its third perfection is to rest in its own place. This triple ~ 6 1, 10 | be more simple than the ~rest.~ 7 1, 12 | natural desire will not rest satisfied; thus, in seeing 8 1, 16 | nature, and from this one the rest are denominated. So healthiness 9 1, 18 | to them, then they are at rest. Plants ~and other living 10 1, 19 | when it has it, it is at ~rest therein. It is the same 11 1, 19 | intelligible form; so as to rest therein when ~possessed, 12 1, 19 | possessed, and, if possessed, to rest ~therein; but also to spread 13 1, 20 | loved ~him more than the rest." Therefore God does not 14 1, 23 | minority in respect to the rest. Since their eternal ~happiness, 15 1, 26 | the act of the ~will at rest in it. This cannot be other 16 1, 29 | principle of motion and rest, in those ~things in which 17 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is said to rest or abide in the Son, it ~ 18 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is said to rest in the Son as the love of 19 1, 47 | manner of each one ~of the rest. But of all together it 20 1, 53 | follow that it would be at rest there; since to be at rest 21 1, 53 | rest there; since to be at rest is nothing ~else than to 22 1, 53 | rests there: ~since to be at rest is to be in the same place 23 1, 53 | It is of the nature of rest that the subject in repose 24 1, 53 | of time ~which measures rest, the subject reposing is 25 1, 53 | So it ~is evident that to rest during the whole time in 26 1, 53 | possible for anything to rest in one term during the ~ 27 1, 55 | wariness; and so on of the rest. ~The Divine essence, on 28 1, 59 | as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 29 1, 62 | trees, animals, and the rest. Now it is evident that ~ 30 1, 63 | more excellent than the ~rest in nature, became the greater 31 1, 63 | could be the cause of the rest sinning. For the angel needs 32 1, 66 | shall obtain the abode of rest." But they ~differ in the 33 1, 68 | nature, and fluids cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience 34 1, 71 | naturally to the earth and rest upon ~it. It is not, then, 35 1, 73 | completed till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes consummation 36 1, 73 | till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes consummation of 37 1, 73 | would seem that God did not rest on the seventh day from 38 1, 73 | work." God, then, did not rest on the seventh day from 39 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, rest is opposed to movement, 40 1, 73 | seventh day by ~causing man to rest; against this it may be 41 1, 73 | this it may be argued that rest is set down ~in contradistinction 42 1, 73 | explained as His making man to rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 43 1, 73 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed 44 1, 73 | move ~towards it. Hence rest is taken in two senses, 45 1, 73 | rested in Himself, yet the rest in Himself, which He took ~ 46 1, 73 | finished His works, is that rest which belongs to the ~seventh 47 1, 73 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Rest is here not opposed to labor 48 1, 73 | also, He makes us find rest in Himself, both from His 49 1, 73 | that God rested in ~giving rest to us. Still, this explanation 50 1, 73 | said above (A[2]), God's rest on the seventh day is ~understood 51 1, 73 | alone God finds His own rest, and we may find ours in 52 1, 74 | for a like reason all the rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 53 1, 74 | and similarly with the rest. Thus, then, each work is 54 1, 48 | manner of each one ~of the rest. But of all together it 55 1, 54 | follow that it would be at rest there; since to be at rest 56 1, 54 | rest there; since to be at rest is nothing ~else than to 57 1, 54 | rests there: ~since to be at rest is to be in the same place 58 1, 54 | It is of the nature of rest that the subject in repose 59 1, 54 | of time ~which measures rest, the subject reposing is 60 1, 54 | So it ~is evident that to rest during the whole time in 61 1, 54 | possible for anything to rest in one term during the ~ 62 1, 56 | wariness; and so on of the rest. ~The Divine essence, on 63 1, 60 | as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[59] A[ 64 1, 63 | trees, animals, and the rest. Now it is evident that ~ 65 1, 64 | more excellent than the ~rest in nature, became the greater 66 1, 64 | could be the cause of the rest sinning. For the angel needs 67 1, 67 | shall obtain the abode of rest." But they ~differ in the 68 1, 69 | nature, and fluids cannot rest on a ~sphere, as experience 69 1, 71 | naturally to the earth and rest upon ~it. It is not, then, 70 1, 72 | completed till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes consummation 71 1, 72 | till it ~comes to rest, for rest denotes consummation of 72 1, 72 | would seem that God did not rest on the seventh day from 73 1, 72 | work." God, then, did not rest on the seventh day from 74 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, rest is opposed to movement, 75 1, 72 | seventh day by ~causing man to rest; against this it may be 76 1, 72 | this it may be argued that rest is set down ~in contradistinction 77 1, 72 | explained as His making man to rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] A[ 78 1, 72 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Rest is, properly speaking, opposed 79 1, 72 | move ~towards it. Hence rest is taken in two senses, 80 1, 72 | rested in Himself, yet the rest in Himself, which He took ~ 81 1, 72 | finished His works, is that rest which belongs to the ~seventh 82 1, 72 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Rest is here not opposed to labor 83 1, 72 | also, He makes us find rest in Himself, both from His 84 1, 72 | that God rested in ~giving rest to us. Still, this explanation 85 1, 72 | said above (A[2]), God's rest on the seventh day is ~understood 86 1, 72 | alone God finds His own rest, and we may find ours in 87 1, 73 | for a like reason all the rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 88 1, 73 | and similarly with the rest. Thus, then, each work is 89 1, 77 | sense, local movement and rest, and lastly, ~movement of 90 1, 77 | magnitude. Movement and rest are sensed according as 91 1, 77 | thus to sense movement and rest is, in a ~way, to sense 92 1, 78 | understanding, as movement is to rest, or ~acquisition to possession; 93 1, 78 | and ends in something at rest; hence it is that human ~ 94 1, 78 | found. Now it is clear that rest and movement are ~not to 95 1, 80 | apprehensive ~power is likened to rest: whereas the operation of 96 1, 81 | intellect as preceding all the rest. For every movement of the 97 1, 82 | the same power to be at rest and to be in movement. ~ 98 1, 84 | within itself; and so of the rest. If, therefore, we ~take 99 1, 90 | would entirely draw ~the rest into themselves, and there 100 1, 92 | the sight to see, and to rest on what is seen.~Aquin.: 101 1, 107 | principle applies to the ~rest.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 102 2, 1 | intention of the agent be at rest; ~while if there is no first 103 2, 2 | else than the appetite's rest in good: thus it ~is owing 104 2, 2 | is ~desired is that it is rest in the thing desired.~Aquin.: 105 2, 2 | likeness; but man does not rest there as in his last ~end, 106 2, 3 | peace, his desire being ~at rest.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[4] 107 2, 4 | by the appetite ~being at rest in the good attained. Wherefore, 108 2, 4 | him who deserves it is at rest, and in this consists delight. ~ 109 2, 4 | Now that ~the will finds rest in anything, can only be 110 2, 4 | but it seeks to be at rest in the operation, because ~ 111 2, 4 | kept the faith; as to the rest there is laid ~up for me 112 2, 4 | body, its appetite is at rest in that which it has, in 113 2, 4 | separated soul is entirely at rest, as ~regards the thing desired; 114 2, 4 | But it is not wholly at rest, as regards the desirer, 115 2, 5 | Ethic. i, 7) it brings rest to man's desire. But his 116 2, 5 | But his desire is not at ~rest, if he yet lacks some good 117 2, 5 | needs set man's desire at rest and exclude ~every evil. 118 2, 8 | to be moved or to be at rest, to speak ~or to be silent, 119 2, 11 | the ~delighted will is at rest therein." But its rest is 120 2, 11 | at rest therein." But its rest is not absolute save in ~ 121 2, 11 | because this alone gives rest to the ~appetite. But the 122 2, 11 | But the appetite has no rest save in the possession of 123 2, 11 | in two ways from being at rest. First ~on the part of the 124 2, 12 | the end, as its place of rest; and ~thus "enjoyment" regards 125 2, 12 | OBJ 3: Enjoyment implies rest in the end; and this belongs 126 2, 12 | movement towards an end, not rest. ~Wherefore the comparison 127 2, 16 | that the ~will may find rest in it. Consequently this 128 2, 16 | in it. Consequently this rest in the end, which is the ~ 129 2, 16 | in which the will finds rest.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[16] A[ 130 2, 16 | to use as applicable to rest in ~the last end; just as, 131 2, 23 | Thirdly, it makes it to rest, when it shall have come 132 2, 23 | same cause are due, both rest in a place, and ~the movement 133 2, 23 | causes the appetite to ~rest, as it were, in the good 134 2, 25 | this is that when we find rest in a thing, we no longer ~ 135 2, 25 | Body Para. 2/4~Now since rest is the end of movement, 136 2, 25 | concupiscible passions ~that denote rest in good, it is evident that 137 2, 25 | concupiscible passion which denotes rest in evil, viz. sadness, comes ~ 138 2, 25 | concupiscible passion denoting ~rest, viz. either in joy or in 139 2, 25 | concupiscible passions that denote rest in good or evil. And it 140 2, 25 | concupiscible passions that connote rest. The third object leads 141 2, 25 | desire or ~concupiscence; and rest in good is joy or pleasure. 142 2, 25 | regards the future, while rest is in something ~present: 143 2, 26 | desire"; and lastly, there is rest which is ~"joy." Since, 144 2, 27 | movement towards something, or rest in something. ~Now every 145 2, 27 | movement towards something, or rest in something, arises from ~ 146 2, 30 | causes the faculty to find rest in it; whereas, according 147 2, 30 | makes the faculty to find rest in ~itself. Accordingly, 148 2, 32 | 3: Further, leisure and rest consist in cessation from 149 2, 32 | Pleasure includes two things; rest in the good, and ~perception 150 2, 32 | and ~perception of this rest. As to the former therefore, 151 2, 33 | then it includes complete rest; ~and the movement of desire, 152 2, 33 | that "while we sit and rest, the soul is ~inclined to 153 2, 34 | the measure of ~all the rest" (Metaph. x, 1). But pleasure 154 2, 39 | instead of entering into the rest of the ~blessed, be consigned 155 2, 46 | ill-tempered], because they never rest until they have ~retaliated [* 156 2, 57 | command, ~to which all the rest are subordinate. Consequently, 157 2, 61 | others overflows on to the rest, for the reason that whoever ~ 158 2, 67 | bliss, as movement is to rest in the term of movement.~ 159 2, 68 | understanding . . . shall rest upon him," etc. where the 160 2, 68 | understanding . . . shall rest upon him," etc.: from which 161 2, 68 | hardness of heart, and the rest. Consequently the gifts 162 2, 68 | gifts of the Holy Ghost rest in Him, as ~stated in Is. 163 2, 69 | spirit, meekness, and the rest, it follows that ~no persecution 164 2, 70 | But our will should not rest in our actions for their 165 2, 70 | things, and that our desires rest ~altogether in one object. 166 2, 90 | principle in respect of all the rest: wherefore to ~this principle 167 2, 93 | which makes a heavy body rest in ~the lower place is also 168 2, 100 | sanctified, and wherein we rest as in our last ~end.~Aquin.: 169 2, 102 | signified the spiritual rest bestowed by ~Christ, as 170 2, 102 | distinguish any herbs ~from the rest as being unclean, although 171 2, 105 | thy maidservant" should "rest even as thyself" - and also ~ 172 2, 111 | Further, division ought to rest on opposition. But to operate 173 2, 114 | 2 Tim. 4:8: "As to ~the rest, there is laid up for me 174 2, 114 | ways does merit chiefly rest ~with charity. For we must 175 2, 3 | and ~encouragement to the rest of the faithful, or to check 176 2, 8 | Spirit of the Lord shall ~rest upon him, the Spirit of 177 2, 10 | that they might defend ~the rest of the faithful. Thus the 178 2, 17 | that the will ~should find rest therein, so is it a condition 179 2, 17 | else the will would not rest.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 180 2, 22 | God Himself that it may rest in Him, but not that something 181 2, 23 | other term, and thirdly, ~rest in this term.~Aquin.: SMT 182 2, 25 | the will of each one will rest ~within the limits determined 183 2, 26 | this knowledge does not rest in creatures, ~but, through 184 2, 27 | is compared to desire, as rest to movement, as ~stated 185 2, 27 | treating of the passions: ~and rest is full when there is no 186 2, 27 | Hence desire will be at rest, not only our ~desire for 187 2, 27 | desire will be fully set at rest; yet ~one's joy will be 188 2, 28 | in one man being set at rest ~together.~Aquin.: SMT SS 189 2, 28 | desires by giving ~them rest in one object. This is the 190 2, 28 | movement of the soul finds rest in God, yet there are certain 191 2, 31 | the just, nor spoil his rest." It ~is evident from this 192 2, 31 | Both priests and all the rest of the faithful should be 193 2, 31 | reprove before all, that the rest also may have ~fear," which 194 2, 33 | implicitly ~commands the mind to rest in God: and sorrow of the 195 2, 33 | since sloth seeks undue rest in so ~far as it spurns 196 2, 38 | sabbath" ~is interpreted "rest." But wars are full of unrest. 197 2, 40 | retain the ~tyrant, while the rest strive to dethrone him. 198 2, 43 | Spirit of the Lord shall ~rest upon Him; the spirit of 199 2, 43 | bitter sweet, and labor a ~rest.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 200 2, 50 | Spirit of the Lord) ~shall rest upon him . . . the spirit 201 2, 54 | Reply OBJ 3: Just as the rest of the teaching of the Old 202 2, 63 | maiming. Secondly, pleasure or rest of the senses, and to this ~ 203 2, 81 | things in order that it ~may rest in them, it remains immersed 204 2, 93 | reality aroused from his rest, but some ~phantom or mock 205 2, 95 | should not enter into My rest." ~Therefore to tempt God 206 2, 102 | out as ~special among the rest. Wherefore obedience is 207 2, 106 | whose ~punishment fills the rest with fear; thus the Lord ( 208 2, 110 | 18:11): "I am not as the rest of men, ~extortioners, unjust, 209 2, 110 | alone ought our mind to rest as in its last end.~Aquin.: 210 2, 115 | keeping, which is ~likened to rest. As to those who, having 211 2, 116 | not ~set man's appetite at rest, as the last end does. Now 212 2, 120 | representative of Christ's rest in ~the tomb on the seventh 213 2, 120 | sinful acts, and the mind's rest in God, ~in which sense, 214 2, 120 | smiths and like craftsmen ~rest on the Sabbath day, but 215 2, 121 | in movement, it does not rest at once just as ~one wishes. 216 2, 121 | so to speak, than the ~rest."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 217 2, 136 | consider the relaxation or rest which is ~opposed to toil. 218 2, 143 | be pleasing, as bringing rest to ~desire, and useful, 219 2, 145 | animals that take their rest on the earth, and of ~those 220 2, 146 | sabbath, which commands us to ~rest in our last end. For mortal 221 2, 150 | like manner as regards the rest. Wherefore if a man refrain ~ 222 2, 152 | principle on which the rest depend. Now the principles 223 2, 159 | is first laid before the rest of the building. Now the 224 2, 165 | the just, nor spoil his rest."~ 225 2, 166 | Just as man needs bodily rest for the body's refreshment, ~ 226 2, 166 | the soul: and the ~soul's rest is pleasure, as stated above ( 227 2, 166 | of them, in order to give rest, as it were, to the ~soul. 228 2, 166 | life there is a kind of rest that ~is associated with 229 2, 166 | directed to the recreation and rest of the soul, and accordingly 230 2, 166 | sleep and other kinds of rest, ~then only when we have 231 2, 166 | useful for the sake of the rest and pleasures ~it affords; 232 2, 166 | human life, pleasure and rest are not in quest ~for their 233 2, 173 | heart is restless, till it rest in Thee." ~Therefore man' 234 2, 177 | contemplation consists rather in rest, according ~to Wis. 8:16: " 235 2, 177 | that contemplation enjoys rest from external ~movements. 236 2, 178 | contemplative life, "to rest from external action." Now 237 2, 178 | the contemplative life "to rest from external action." ~ 238 2, 178 | pertains exclusively to rest, according ~to Wis. 8:16, " 239 2, 178 | Now movement is opposed to rest. Therefore the operations 240 2, 178 | contemplation, which consists in rest from outward occupations: 241 2, 178 | does not remain ~long at rest in the sweetness of inward 242 2, 179 | xxii, 30, "there we shall rest and we shall see, we shall ~ 243 2, 179 | above Augustine ~denotes by "rest," and this rest excludes 244 2, 179 | denotes by "rest," and this rest excludes not only outward 245 2, 180 | consists in leisure and rest, according to Ps. 45:11, ~" 246 2, 180 | to the active life, ~and rest to the contemplative life; 247 2, 180 | that afterwards he may rest in the embraces ~of Rachel 248 2, 180 | foretaste of the coming rest," i.e. the contemplation 249 2, 183 | episcopal office. For the rest ~he may dispense himself 250 2, 186 | to contemplation, work to rest." Now the ~religious order 251 2, 187 | overpassing the ~steps." [*The rest of the quotation is from 252 2, 187 | fruition and the eternal rest of their souls.~Aquin.: 253 3, 3 | something in God and leave the rest, for all that is in ~God 254 3, 4 | that by one man all the rest should be saved.~Aquin.: 255 3, 6 | mode whereby He is in the rest of creatures ~by essence, 256 3, 7 | Spirit of the Lord shall ~rest upon Him" - which (Spirit), 257 3, 7 | there could ~be none in the rest of the blessed, whose grace 258 3, 9 | imperfect than the souls of the rest of men. Secondly, ~because, 259 3, 10 | excellent knowledge above the rest of creatures.~Aquin.: SMT 260 3, 10 | more perfectly than the rest of creatures it sees the 261 3, 11 | Spirit of the Lord shall rest upon Him, the Spirit of 262 3, 16 | excellently so than ~the rest, on account of His more 263 3, 19 | Ascension, veneration, and the rest. And thus it is clear that 264 3, 21 | likeness of men." But the rest of ~men do not pray with 265 3, 31 | seven, which signifies the rest of the ~life to come: for 266 3, 31 | and more perfect than the rest of the blood. Nevertheless, 267 3, 31 | distinguishable ~from the rest of his flesh, as pure from 268 3, 40 | doing this. First, for the rest of the body: hence (Mk. ~ 269 3, 40 | into ~a desert place, and rest a little. For there were 270 3, 43 | with Him, nor would ~the rest of the people have stood 271 3, 45 | as being superior to the rest." For "Peter excelled in 272 3, 48 | that now he may live the rest of his time in ~the flesh, 273 3, 51 | after death ~was laid to rest in another's tomb, and being 274 3, 52 | sorrow. Consequently, that rest of the blessed is now called ~ 275 3, 53 | the resurrection ~of the rest is put off until the end 276 3, 57 | violent, so neither is its rest violent: ~consequently, 277 3, 64 | Apostle (1 Cor. 11:34): "The rest I will set in order when 278 3, 72 | teachers of the Faith; but the rest of the believers, as doing 279 3, 72 | writes (1 Cor. 11:34): "The ~rest I will set in order, when 280 3, 72 | of Baptism; nor from the rest of the faithful, because 281 3, 75 | that marks the close of rest, ~and another which marks 282 3, 75 | measure ~of all movement and rest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 283 3, 76 | consecrated ~separately from the rest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[76] A[ 284 3, 76 | to be in motion and ~at rest, else contradictories would 285 3, 76 | But ~Christ's body is at rest in heaven. Therefore it 286 3, 76 | respect, and ~yet to remain at rest in another just as it is 287 3, 76 | as shape, color, and the rest, so that flesh, or blood, ~ 288 3, 77 | yet will ~remain under the rest.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 289 3, 78 | of the matter, while the rest are perfected in the use ~ 290 3, 78 | words, while leaving out the rest, ~especially the words in 291 3, 80 | hungry and loath to await the rest, let him partake of his 292 3, 81 | to be scourged, and the rest. Hence ~some have composed 293 3, 83 | What is kept, those at rest."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 294 Suppl, 19| had some power over the rest of ~the people, which power 295 Suppl, 29| courts of the Church, and rest in the ~hands of God alone, 296 Suppl, 54| of propagation does not rest in one term but continues 297 Suppl, 67| life (Dt. 22:13-19). [*The rest of the ~passage is apparently 298 Suppl, 69| as each one is worthy of rest or of ~suffering." Now these 299 Suppl, 69| s bosom and the place of rest whither the godly ~poor 300 Suppl, 69| men's souls cannot find rest save by the ~merit of faith, 301 Suppl, 69| which reason "the place of rest ~given to men after death 302 Suppl, 69| all ~times had the same rest after death; because, since 303 Suppl, 69| they ~have had complete rest through enjoying the vision 304 Suppl, 69| Christ's coming they had rest through being exempt from 305 Suppl, 69| their desire was not set at rest by their attaining their 306 Suppl, 69| considered both as regards the rest it afforded, and thus it 307 Suppl, 69| and as regards its lack of rest, and thus it is called ~ 308 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 2: The place of rest of the holy Fathers was 309 Suppl, 69| Christ's coming the saints' rest had a lack of rest attached ~ 310 Suppl, 69| saints' rest had a lack of rest attached ~to it, it was 311 Suppl, 69| coming of Christ the saints' rest is ~complete through their 312 Suppl, 69| through their seeing God, this rest is called Abraham's bosom, ~ 313 Suppl, 69| Abraham's bosom is the rest of the blessed poor, whose ~ 314 Suppl, 69| we can ~believe that the rest which Lazarus received was 315 Suppl, 69| sorrow as to obtain, not the rest of good men, but the hell 316 Suppl, 71| to the dead by procuring rest for his soul: for they believed ~ 317 Suppl, 71| the soul could not be at rest until the body was buried, 318 Suppl, 72| to them ~that they should rest for a little while till 319 Suppl, 72| to ~set its movement at rest. Now local movement is brought 320 Suppl, 72| local movement is brought to rest not by ~the action of a 321 Suppl, 72| cleansed they will be ~set at rest by God's will alone.~Aquin.: 322 Suppl, 72| movement than when it is ~at rest, because the perfection 323 Suppl, 72| in its movement, and its ~rest is its undoing.~Aquin.: 324 Suppl, 72| terminate in a natural rest (Phys. v, 6): and the everlasting 325 Suppl, 72| terminates in a violent rest. Again, there is a movement ~ 326 Suppl, 72| terminating in a ~violent rest, there can be a non-natural 327 Suppl, 72| terminating in a ~natural rest, as explained above.~ 328 Suppl, 74| thousand years." ~And "the rest of the dead lived not till 329 Suppl, 86| who worked more ~than the rest will have nowhere to sit 330 Suppl, 88| OTC 10 Para. 5/5~Further, rest is more noble than movement, 331 Suppl, 88| terminates naturally in rest. Therefore ~since the heavenly 332 Suppl, 88| terminates ~naturally in rest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] A[ 333 Suppl, 88| naturally terminate in rest. Hence we must agree with 334 Suppl, 88| sake, wherefore they will rest when we are ~taken up to 335 Suppl, 88| to some, the heaven will rest in that ~situation wherein 336 Suppl, 88| goodness is nobler than rest in a subject ~which is altogether 337 Suppl, 88| and never to terminate in rest, ~although the movement 338 Suppl, 88| lower bodies terminates in rest. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT XP Q[91] 339 Suppl, 88| to a state of everlasting rest, wherefore it is written ( 340 Suppl, 88| corruption and remain for ever at rest. Therefore ~it will be impossible 341 Suppl, 89| consequences, such as movement, rest, number, and the like, ~ 342 Suppl, 90| in movement than while at rest, ~although God is never 343 Suppl, 90| place it remains there at rest and is maintained therein. 344 Suppl, 90| every movement this very rest at the end of the movement 345 Suppl, 95| damned as well as all the rest.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 346 Suppl, 96| though all souls shall have rest at last, thou never shalt": ~ 347 Suppl, 96| souls ~shall at length have rest from their pains.~Aquin.: 348 Appen2, 1| the Spirit, that they may rest from their labors." ~Therefore


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