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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | the ~same way, so as to obtain the best result. Hence it 2 1, 19 | his object is food, to obtain which the killing of the 3 1, 23 | that the ~reprobated cannot obtain grace, this must not be 4 1, 24 | have grace and yet fail to obtain glory. The book of life ~ 5 1, 24 | possessing grace, fail to obtain glory, ~are not said to 6 1, 24 | by possessing ~grace, to obtain eternal life, yet they fail 7 1, 24 | eternal life, yet they fail to obtain it through mortal ~sin. 8 1, 32 | AA[4],12), man ~cannot obtain the knowledge of God by 9 1, 39 | to us, such as ~we cannot obtain regarding the personal properties, 10 1, 50 | Maxim. iii). The angels obtain perfect ~immutability only 11 1, 58 | this, that earthly bodies obtain their last perfection by ~ 12 1, 58 | the ~human, intellects obtain their perfection in the 13 1, 63 | is ~to say, that he may obtain it of God. But he would 14 1, 64 | his believing that he can obtain what he ~desired. Even so, 15 1, 66 | world, where the just shall obtain the abode of rest." But 16 1, 39 | to us, such as ~we cannot obtain regarding the personal properties, 17 1, 51 | Maxim. iii). The angels obtain perfect ~immutability only 18 1, 59 | this, that earthly bodies obtain their last perfection by ~ 19 1, 59 | the ~human, intellects obtain their perfection in the 20 1, 64 | is ~to say, that he may obtain it of God. But he would 21 1, 65 | his believing that he can obtain what he ~desired. Even so, 22 1, 67 | world, where the just shall obtain the abode of rest." But 23 1, 93 | which his good-will might obtain." But our ~good-will can 24 1, 93 | But our ~good-will can obtain nothing better than the 25 1, 94 | before sin ~required grace to obtain eternal life, which is the 26 1, 105 | beatitude which we hope to obtain. But one ~man will not then 27 1, 105 | while to be perfected is to ~obtain an end, which is the object 28 1, 110 | an angel so that he may obtain from creatures a more perfect 29 2, 2 | what ~it is; (3) how we can obtain it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[2] 30 2, 4 | may ~comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']." But happiness is the 31 2, 4 | And therefore none can obtain Happiness, without rectitude 32 2, 4 | so ~that this too will obtain its perfection. Hence Augustine 33 2, 5 | necessary in order that man may ~obtain Happiness of God?~(8) Whether 34 2, 5 | Essence, which man cannot obtain in this life, ~as was shown 35 2, 5 | are necessary that he may ~obtain Happiness from God. For 36 2, 6 | know by what acts ~we may obtain Happiness, and by what acts 37 2, 11 | irrational animals ~cannot obtain the last end. Therefore 38 2, 23 | through being difficult to obtain or avoid, ~belong to the 39 2, 23 | some good difficult to obtain, or by making some evil 40 2, 23 | if it prove difficult to obtain, from this very fact it 41 2, 25 | than to strive simply to ~obtain some good. Again, it seems 42 2, 32 | First, from the fact that we obtain ~some good through the action 43 2, 35 | undergoing pain, so as ~to obtain that pleasure. In each of 44 2, 35 | and straits in order to obtain it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[35] 45 2, 40 | arduous and difficult to obtain, ~for we do not speak of 46 2, 40 | is something possible to obtain: for ~one does not hope 47 2, 40 | difficult but possible to ~obtain; namely, a stretching forth 48 2, 40 | Accordingly when a man hopes to ~obtain something by his own power, 49 2, 40 | difficult good impossible to ~obtain. But it can arise from the 50 2, 40 | difficult but possible to obtain. Consequently a thing may 51 2, 40 | makes man think ~that he can obtain something: and thus both 52 2, 40 | that ~they will steadily obtain that which they hope for.~ 53 2, 40 | difficult but possible to obtain; and since it happens sometimes 54 2, 41 | difficult but possible to obtain; so the object of fear is ~ 55 2, 42 | and ~possess, or not to obtain that which we hope for." 56 2, 42 | difficult but possible to obtain, so the object ~of fear 57 2, 42 | obtainable. Now one may obtain a ~good either of oneself, 58 2, 42 | good that is possible to obtain. ~Consequently whatever 59 2, 43 | possess it, or the failure to obtain what we hope for." Therefore 60 2, 60 | is good and difficult ~to obtain. Moreover since the reason 61 2, 60 | or as being difficult to obtain, in which way they ~belong 62 2, 60 | it does not seem hard to ~obtain, but is considered absolutely, 63 2, 62 | happiness, to wit, which man can obtain ~by means of his natural 64 2, 62 | nature, and which man can obtain by the power of God alone, 65 2, 62 | man ~hopes to be able to obtain some good through someone, 66 2, 62 | whereby a man hopes to ~obtain bliss through the merits 67 2, 62 | man hopes to be able to obtain some good. With regard to ~ 68 2, 62 | a man thinks that he can obtain a good ~through someone, 69 2, 66 | wisdom, ~viz. how men are to obtain wisdom. Wherefore prudence, 70 2, 66 | that which a man hopes to obtain; ~and such love is love 71 2, 68 | without which one cannot obtain life, the Holy Ghost ~ever 72 2, 68 | things we hope are here, and obtain there.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 73 2, 69 | hope." Again, we hope ~to obtain an end, because we are suitably 74 2, 69 | Again, in this life, men "obtain" God's "Mercy." Again, the 75 2, 69 | merciful that they should obtain mercy, and be delivered 76 2, 71 | is the will to ~retain or obtain what justice forbids." Now 77 2, 78 | its regard, in order to ~obtain a good that one loves more: 78 2, 78 | spiritual good, so that it may obtain possession of some ~temporal 79 2, 78 | anyone would choose to ~obtain a good intended for its 80 2, 78 | because it is pleasant to obtain what we desire, and to do 81 2, 78 | spiritual evil, that he may obtain possession of what befits ~ 82 2, 84 | since money helps man to obtain all manner ~of temporal 83 2, 84 | good which helps one to obtain all temporal goods, is called 84 2, 89 | of the flesh, "shall not obtain the kingdom ~of God," which 85 2, 90 | Wherefore, in order that ~a law obtain the binding force which 86 2, 90 | necessary for the law to obtain its force.~Aquin.: SMT FS 87 2, 97 | 1/1~Whether custom can obtain force of law?~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 97 | seem that custom cannot obtain force of law, nor abolish ~ 89 2, 97 | the mere ~custom should obtain force of law.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 97 | Therefore custom cannot obtain force of law, so as to abolish 91 2, 98 | whereby they are unable to obtain life; and so the text ~goes 92 2, 103 | Divine favors ~whereby we obtain the heavenly boons are a 93 2, 108 | since we cannot of ourselves obtain grace, but ~through Christ 94 2, 108 | the sacraments ~whereby we obtain grace: viz. Baptism, Eucharist, 95 2, 112 | required on man's part to obtain grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 96 2, 112 | necessity that it should obtain grace, since the ~gift of 97 2, 112 | care of all." Therefore all obtain grace from Him ~equally.~ 98 2, 113 | sickness or sleep, he does not ~obtain justifying grace by the 99 2, 113 | inasmuch as the merciful obtain mercy; and thus it can either 100 2, 113 | because a man ~could not obtain the forgiveness of such 101 2, 113 | that anyone should suddenly obtain wisdom from God without ~ 102 2, 114 | movements and operations obtain that to which they ~were 103 2, 114 | Hence one man may ~by merit obtain for another his first grace.~ 104 2, 114 | merit, so ~that it does not obtain its effect; just as natural 105 2, 114 | that is in grace. ~Now men obtain perseverance by asking it 106 2, 114 | contrary, What we merit, we obtain from God, unless it is ~ 107 2, 114 | meritorious works, who do not obtain ~perseverance; nor can it 108 2, 1 | eternal life, who will not obtain it. ~The same may be said 109 2, 1 | hope, for a man hopes ~to obtain eternal life, not by his 110 2, 1 | perseveres therein ~he will obtain eternal life surely and 111 2, 2 | is the way ~by which men obtain beatitude; for it is written ( 112 2, 4 | For one cannot hope ~to obtain eternal happiness, unless 113 2, 10 | certainly not have failed to ~obtain this favor from them if 114 2, 10 | sacraments their children fail to obtain salvation.~ 115 2, 13 | man presumes that he can obtain glory without merits, or 116 2, 14 | moreover, he is unable to obtain a perfect perception of ~ 117 2, 16 | difficult but possible to obtain. Now a thing is ~possible 118 2, 16 | in so far as we hope to obtain happiness by means of grace 119 2, 16 | hope, ~whereby we hope to obtain happiness, does not flow 120 2, 16 | that which ~he hopes to obtain, but has not as yet; yet 121 2, 16 | on His help in order to obtain the hoped for good. ~Now 122 2, 16 | we ask of God, we hope to obtain from Him. But ~we ask God 123 2, 16 | happiness. Now we are helped to obtain eternal happiness ~by the 124 2, 16 | good which it intends to obtain, and the help by ~which 125 2, 16 | good which a man hopes to obtain, ~has the aspect of a final 126 2, 16 | help by which one hopes to ~obtain that good, has the character 127 2, 16 | through whom one is helped to obtain any goods that ~are ordained 128 2, 16 | other goods which we hope to obtain from ~God. Therefore hope 129 2, 16 | Whatever else hope expects to obtain, it hopes for it in ~reference 130 2, 16 | those things a man trusts to obtain, ~in so far as he either 131 2, 16 | arduous but possible to obtain. In order, ~therefore, that 132 2, 16 | know that we are able to obtain eternal ~life, and that 133 2, 16 | own sake, but that he may ~obtain that good for himself; thus 134 2, 16 | that hopes, intends to ~obtain possession of something 135 2, 16 | that whereby man hopes to obtain good from God, as from a 136 2, 17 | continuation. Now, before they obtain happiness, men hope to ~ 137 2, 17 | happiness, men hope to ~obtain it. Therefore, after they 138 2, 17 | happiness as being possible to obtain by the ~assistance of God, 139 2, 17 | escape from damnation and obtain happiness. Wherefore ~it 140 2, 17 | hopeful wayfarer fails to obtain happiness. Therefore wayfarer' 141 2, 17 | that has not grace, can ~obtain it, so as to come to eternal 142 2, 17 | some who have hope fail to obtain happiness, is due to ~a 143 2, 18 | itself, that one expects to obtain, while the other is someone' 144 2, 18 | through whom one expects to obtain what one hopes for, so, 145 2, 18 | hopes to enjoy God and to obtain favors from ~Him, so does 146 2, 18 | fail of what we hope to obtain by God's ~help, but lest 147 2, 18 | God's ~help, not only to obtain any other goods, but, chiefly, 148 2, 18 | goods, but, chiefly, to obtain God ~Himself, as the principal 149 2, 18 | certainly a man expects to obtain a good by another's ~help, 150 2, 18 | whoever would strive to obtain a perfect ~share of spiritual 151 2, 19 | difficult but possible to obtain by oneself or ~by another. 152 2, 19 | deeming it impossible to obtain either by ~himself, or by 153 2, 19 | arduous good impossible ~to obtain, either by himself or by 154 2, 20 | instance, if a man hope to obtain pardon without ~repenting, 155 2, 20 | but through man hoping to obtain from God ~something unbecoming 156 2, 24 | indeed they do their best to ~obtain them, and they take pleasure 157 2, 26 | Now ~hope looks forward to obtain something from God, while 158 2, 27 | of God, wherein man will obtain whatever he had desired, ~ 159 2, 27 | over-full, since they will obtain more than ~they were capable 160 2, 27 | difficult," and ~"possible to obtain"; for which reason it is 161 2, 28 | appetite, which it cannot ~obtain all at the same time: so 162 2, 28 | follows that he desires to obtain what he desires, and, in 163 2, 28 | in order that they may obtain ~peace, where nothing is 164 2, 28 | happiness that one should obtain what one wishes; for, according 165 2, 30 | the poor, and it shall ~obtain help for thee from all evil." ~ 166 2, 33 | pleasure, both in order to obtain ~it, and through being moved 167 2, 35 | do such things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." ~Now 168 2, 36 | do such things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Now ~ 169 2, 39 | do such ~things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Therefore 170 2, 43 | as to both of these men obtain various ~degrees of wisdom 171 2, 45 | to ~the senses: while to obtain knowledge of the future 172 2, 45 | certain things of ~which we obtain knowledge through them, 173 2, 45 | by ~what means man shall obtain the mean of reason in his 174 2, 53 | pleasure. To apply oneself to obtain ~this pleasure is a venial 175 2, 53 | secondly, when, in order to obtain a certain end, whether good 176 2, 53 | whereby the more easily to obtain his end. Nevertheless ~it 177 2, 53 | denotes an earnest endeavor to obtain ~something. Now it is evident 178 2, 53 | earnestness in endeavoring to obtain temporal things, ~the result 179 2, 55 | certain cases, nor do ~they obtain force everywhere. Therefore 180 2, 60 | what ~he was on the way to obtain. A loss of this kind need 181 2, 60 | and to be on the way to obtain a thing is to have it merely ~ 182 2, 75 | their worth, or the buyer obtain them for less than their ~ 183 2, 78 | or which a man seeks to obtain from a judge, belongs to ~ 184 2, 81 | by our ~prayers, we may obtain what God has appointed.~ 185 2, 81 | anything to God, but to. ask to obtain something from ~Him. Therefore 186 2, 81 | praying, ~from Whom we seek to obtain what we pray for, because 187 2, 81 | been better for us not to obtain." This ~opinion is true 188 2, 81 | prayers ~of a multitude not to obtain" that which is possible 189 2, 81 | prays thus not only will not obtain what he ~asks, nay rather 190 2, 81 | without it something cannot obtain its effect. Now ~the effect 191 2, 81 | looks chiefly, suffices to obtain this effect. But if the ~ 192 2, 81 | to ~believe that we can obtain from Him what we seek. Humility 193 2, 81 | yet he does not merit to obtain what he asks for. Hence ~ 194 2, 81 | four concur, we ~always obtain what we ask for.~Aquin.: 195 2, 88 | of some holy thing, to obtain something from the other 196 2, 88 | will is immutable. If we obtain something from God through 197 2, 88 | demons' actions in order to obtain certain results: thus we 198 2, 88 | the demons in order to ~obtain or learn something from 199 2, 93 | is when, with a view to obtain ~knowledge of the future, 200 2, 98 | holy persons in order to obtain the ~assistance of their 201 2, 98 | to the poor in order to obtain from ~them the assistance 202 2, 98 | for himself, that he may obtain the cure of souls, ~his 203 2, 106 | love more than those they obtain by sinning, else fear ~would 204 2, 109 | doctrine, or that he may obtain ~ecclesiastical preferment, 205 2, 109 | unworthy, or that he may obtain any ~temporal good in which 206 2, 115 | in order ~that they may obtain the merit of a good stewardship. 207 2, 122 | things present, in order to ~obtain invisible goods to come. 208 2, 127 | again because, in order to obtain honor even as to avoid shame, 209 2, 127 | nothing unbecoming in order to obtain them, nor have too great 210 2, 127 | strong opinion that one will obtain a certain good, it ~follows 211 2, 128 | can be ~so changed as to obtain the action and movement 212 2, 130 | thereto, and, in order to ~obtain it, forbears not from doing 213 2, 134 | yet that which we shall obtain by ~patience will be eternal."~ 214 2, 138 | bodily contest, in order to ~obtain an earthly possession. But 215 2, 146 | commandments, in order to obtain those pleasures. On the 216 2, 151 | pleasures he cares not to ~obtain spiritual pleasures, since 217 2, 152 | do such things shall not obtain the kingdom of God." Therefore 218 2, 155 | Now it is more perfect to ~obtain good than to lack evil. 219 2, 161 | in order ~that he might obtain knowledge of good and evil: 220 2, 161 | something to be done whereby to obtain happiness.~Aquin.: SMT SS 221 2, 161 | power he might act so as to ~obtain happiness. Hence Augustine 222 2, 161 | the height of desiring to obtain ~something against God's 223 2, 166 | the world, if he wishes to obtain the grace of a full ~pardon." 224 2, 178 | but also in ~that which we obtain by revelation. For Dionysius 225 2, 182 | matters which ~among men obtain a settlement in perpetuity.~ 226 2, 184 | instituted chiefly that we might ~obtain perfection by means of certain 227 2, 184 | profession of ~learning to obtain perfection.~Aquin.: SMT 228 2, 185 | First and ~principally to obtain food; wherefore it was said 229 2, 185 | that with his hands he may obtain ~these and all other necessaries. 230 3, 8 | grace, yet ~will afterwards obtain it, and some have it already. 231 3, 15 | tend to beatitude, or to obtain it, does not pertain ~to 232 3, 15 | may comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']"; and Phil. ~3:12: "I 233 3, 15 | may comprehend [Douay: ~'obtain']". Now man's perfect beatitude 234 3, 18 | because they would not obtain whatever they will, for ~" 235 3, 21 | nevertheless He wished to obtain, after His passion, the ~ 236 3, 21 | who were predestinated to obtain eternal life through Him.~ 237 3, 22 | the sacrifice is ~offered, obtain the end of the sacrifice. 238 3, 22 | eternal good, which ~we obtain through His death, according 239 3, 41 | his command to seek to ~obtain food miraculously for mere 240 3, 59 | Therefore Christ did not obtain judiciary power by His merits.~ 241 3, 61 | the sacraments that he may obtain grace.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 242 3, 61 | that purpose: because they obtain their effect through the 243 3, 61 | needs sacraments that he may obtain ~grace. But man needed grace 244 3, 61 | not so that he ~needed to obtain grace by means of sensible 245 3, 62 | as means whereby men may ~obtain grace. But since grace is 246 3, 68 | sanctified in the womb, obtain ~this without Baptism. Therefore 247 3, 68 | without which they cannot obtain ~salvation. Now it is manifest 248 3, 68 | manifest that no one can obtain salvation but ~through Christ; 249 3, 68 | Therefore it seems that none can obtain ~salvation without Baptism.~ 250 3, 68 | it seems that a man ~can obtain salvation without the sacrament 251 3, 68 | is wanting thus, cannot ~obtain salvation: since neither 252 3, 68 | Baptism. And ~such a man can obtain salvation without being 253 3, 68 | and forsake them, shall ~obtain mercy." Now for this is 254 3, 68 | man baptized, that he may obtain mercy ~for his sins. Therefore 255 3, 68 | for them to "prosper and ~obtain mercy": and they need no 256 3, 68 | second birth they might ~obtain salvation through Christ. 257 3, 71 | therefore, that none could obtain the effect of Baptism unless 258 3, 72 | sacrament, the penitent will obtain fuller remission of his 259 3, 72 | dying after Confirmation obtain greater glory, ~just as 260 3, 73 | this sacrament, a man can obtain ~salvation through the desire 261 3, 74 | sacrament: and this does not obtain either in ~barley, or in 262 3, 77 | of this sacrament ~do not obtain any composition. But before 263 3, 77 | consecration, so likewise do they obtain the ~mode of acting and 264 3, 80 | do not sin, but rather ~obtain salvation, by receiving 265 3, 84 | are sick ~spiritually, and obtain recovery through this sacrament. 266 3, 84 | faith, and mercy, one can obtain salvation, ~without the 267 3, 84 | salvation, if no one can obtain salvation without it, as, 268 3, 84 | and ~forsake them, shall obtain mercy." Not yet, however, 269 3, 84 | saying that a man ~cannot obtain pardon of his sins through 270 3, 86 | Lord, of Whom he was not to obtain mercy." Therefore it does 271 Suppl, 8 | another; and if he fails to obtain ~permission, the case is 272 Suppl, 18| contrite. For a man may obtain the grace of the remission 273 Suppl, 25| Hence, just as one man would obtain the remission ~of his punishment 274 Suppl, 25| then again another, would obtain a plenary absolution ~from 275 Suppl, 25| who go there every day, obtain as much ~indulgence as one 276 Suppl, 25| that cause, so would he obtain remission in whole or in 277 Suppl, 25| applied to a person so does he obtain ~remission. That they should 278 Suppl, 29| necessary that the dying cannot obtain salvation without it.~Aquin.: 279 Suppl, 36| in natural things, men obtain a higher degree from the ~ 280 Suppl, 36| have a higher form, they obtain a ~higher degree. But the 281 Suppl, 38| sacrament insincerely and cannot obtain grace, except ~perhaps in 282 Suppl, 39| is the more difficult to obtain, ~according as their origin 283 Suppl, 52| especially since he is able to obtain anywhere a ~just price for 284 Suppl, 62| event the husband would obtain his end, ~whether he put 285 Suppl, 65| which nature intends to obtain by a certain work is said 286 Suppl, 67| ways. First, in order to ~obtain a greater good, and then 287 Suppl, 69| so great a ~sorrow as to obtain, not the rest of good men, 288 Suppl, 71| for instance, one man may obtain the first grace for another [* 289 Suppl, 71| impetrate for another that he obtain ~life, this never happens 290 Suppl, 71| matters not whether one obtain suffrages from good or from 291 Suppl, 71| suffrages of the Church obtain ~forgiveness for those who 292 Suppl, 72| prayers of several sometimes obtain that which would ~not have 293 Suppl, 72| Therefore they cannot obtain anything for us from God 294 Suppl, 72| heavenly court, if they could ~obtain anything, would be more 295 Suppl, 72| account as for us, if they obtain anything for us, ~their 296 Suppl, 72| considered in themselves avail to obtain what they ask, yet on our 297 Suppl, 72| they may fail so that we obtain not the fruit of their prayers, 298 Suppl, 72| is merely their desire to obtain ~the robe of the body and 299 Suppl, 72| what ~they are unable to obtain," wherefore neither do they 300 Suppl, 72| Now ~in order that man obtain the glory of the body, it 301 Suppl, 72| satisfy the natural desire to obtain happiness: ~wherefore Porphyrius 302 Suppl, 76| from ~this - that man may obtain the last end for which he 303 Suppl, 76| vain, if he were unable to obtain the end for which he was 304 Suppl, 77| repaired in order that he may obtain his ultimate perfection. ~ 305 Suppl, 85| 41). Therefore since some obtain possession of the kingdom ~ 306 Suppl, 87| would not suffice us to obtain the reward of ~eternal life, 307 Suppl, 88| of ~the heaven will never obtain its end, and thus it would 308 Suppl, 88| needful to him in order ~to obtain his end, in which way he 309 Suppl, 90| together with the endeavour to obtain ~grace [*Cf. SS, Q[23], 310 Suppl, 92| those ~things which will obtain in heaven, is not a disposition 311 Suppl, 92| that these ~five things obtain in perfect beatitude, because 312 Suppl, 93| Therefore the ~same should obtain in the Church triumphant.~ 313 Suppl, 93| merit. Now in order to ~obtain an effect there is requisite 314 Suppl, 93| various conditions that ~obtain in material fruits. For 315 Suppl, 96| merciful for they shall obtain ~mercy."~Aquin.: SMT XP 316 Suppl, 96| offenses, will themselves obtain the forgiveness of their ~ 317 Suppl, 96| Reply OBJ 1: Those will obtain mercy who show mercy in 318 Suppl, 96| Wherefore such persons will not obtain ~the mercy that sets free 319 Suppl, 96| altogether, even if they obtain that mercy which ~rebates 320 Suppl, 96| the repentant ~alone will obtain by their works of mercy 321 Appen1, 1| is unable of itself ~to obtain. Now this is the divine 322 Appen1, 1| his nature was unable to obtain. On the ~other hand, those 323 Appen1, 1| is beyond one's power ~to obtain, but only through lack of 324 Appen1, 1| free-will is adapted to obtain eternal life, because he 325 Appen1, 1| of their own whereby to obtain so great a ~good. Hence 326 Appen1, 1| that they were adapted to obtain eternal life, not indeed 327 Appen1, 1| sin, there was aptitude to obtain eternal life, but not in ~ 328 Appen1, 1| we grieve if we fail to obtain this will, but not if we ~ 329 Appen1, 2| without which he cannot obtain ~the end he has in view. 330 Appen1, 2| Purgatory know that they ~cannot obtain glory, unless they be punished 331 Appen1, 2| because by being punished ~we obtain some good, and thus the 332 Appen1, 2| the punishment, we cannot obtain a good ~without being punished, 333 Appen2, 1| 11:26]: nor will they obtain glory without being cleansed, 334 Appen2, 1| because ~nothing unclean shall obtain it, as stated in the last


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