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sinless 13
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sinner 321
sinners 249
sinneth 18
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320 et
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sinner

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1 1, 19 | another order; as does the sinner, who by sin ~falls away 2 1, 19 | beside the intention of the ~sinner, that any good should follow 3 1, 20 | joy in heaven upon the one sinner that doth penance, more 4 1, 20 | better than the ~predestined sinner. Now God loves more the 5 1, 20 | loves more the predestined sinner, since He ~wills for him 6 1, 20 | will to ~the predestined sinner a greater good, the sinner 7 1, 20 | sinner a greater good, the sinner is better; although ~according 8 1, 25 | can be removed from the sinner.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 9 1, 45 | the ~justification of the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" 10 1, 49 | against death; so also is the sinner against a just man." ~Therefore 11 1, 62 | the angels of God upon one sinner doing penance." Such joy ~ 12 1, 46 | the ~justification of the sinner to "mercy" and "goodness" 13 1, 50 | against death; so also is the sinner against a just man." ~Therefore 14 1, 63 | the angels of God upon one sinner doing penance." Such joy ~ 15 1, 84 | concerning the error of the sinner, who errs in the practical 16 1, 102 | government; for even ~the sinner intends the attainment of 17 1, 112 | angels rejoice about one sinner doing penance, as we are 18 1, 113 | OBJ 2: Further, of every sinner can be said what the Lord 19 2, 18 | not in things, but in the sinner's use of them," as Augustine 20 2, 21 | regards the ~person of the sinner, as was stated in the FP, 21 2, 47 | vengeance on ~sin. Because the sinner, by sinning, cannot do God 22 2, 72 | referred ~essentially to the sinner, who intends such and such 23 2, 72 | to the intention of the sinner, for "no one acts ~intending 24 2, 72 | neighbor are external to the sinner ~himself, they are not external 25 2, 72 | outside the intention of the sinner, wherefore it is accidentally ~ 26 2, 72 | to sin on the part of the sinner. Nevertheless it is referred 27 2, 72 | punishment is not intended by the sinner, but, on ~the contrary, 28 2, 72 | inordinateness, which is outside the sinner's intention, as stated above ~( 29 2, 72 | the ~object to which the sinner's intention is directed. 30 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 2: It is not the sinner's intention to depart from 31 2, 73 | from the intention of the sinner in straying from the path 32 2, 73 | But the intention of the ~sinner is not directed to the point 33 2, 73 | these goods, to which the sinner's intention is directed ~ 34 2, 73 | as such, is ~against the sinner's own body, which he ought 35 2, 73 | denotes weakness in the ~sinner, if he cannot easily resist 36 2, 73 | to penal harm, which the sinner himself ~incurs. Such like 37 2, 73 | the more grievous as the sinner is held to be a more excellent ~ 38 2, 73 | more ~scandalous, when the sinner is honored for his position": 39 2, 77 | part of that to which ~the sinner turns. But the gravity of 40 2, 78 | the result being that a sinner does some works which are ~ 41 2, 79 | thing directly, viz. to the sinner's ~damnation - to another, 42 2, 79 | providence, viz. that ~the sinner may be healed, in so far 43 2, 83 | moved by the will of the sinner. But the infection of original ~ 44 2, 84 | of the condition of ~the sinner, who is disposed so as to 45 2, 85 | inflicted on the soul of the sinner, viz. ~ignorance and difficulty," 46 2, 85 | beside the ~intention of the sinner, it is evident that sin 47 2, 85 | are not intended by the sinner, nevertheless they are ordered ~ 48 2, 87 | beside the intention of the sinner. Therefore the debt ~of 49 2, 87 | disturbed by ~sin, for the sinner acts against his reason, 50 2, 87 | evil is accidental to ~the sinner's act, being beside his 51 2, 87 | punishment is intended for the sinner's amendment, since the very 52 2, 87 | with Divine justice for the sinner ~to be brought to nothing 53 2, 88 | Sometimes, however, the sinner's will is directed ~to a 54 2, 88 | sinning increases, and the sinner ~fixes his end in that venial 55 2, 89 | inordinateness of the act and of the sinner's affections. But, in venial ~ 56 2, 89 | Secondly, from the state of the sinner. ~Because excellence of 57 2, 98 | man confessed himself a ~sinner. Hence it is said pointedly, " 58 2, 102 | reason of the state of the ~sinner, as stated above (Q[73], 59 2, 102 | that the kid, i.e. ~the sinner, should not be boiled in 60 2, 105 | who has power ~over the sinner has the right to punish 61 2, 113 | i.e. a just man from a sinner, and there is a cooperation 62 2, 113 | just man to be made from a ~sinner, is greater than to create 63 2, 113 | just man to be made from a sinner is greater than to create ~ 64 2, 114 | about ~by grace. For the sinner deserves not life, but death, 65 2, 114 | God, be merciful to me a ~sinner," Lk. 18:13. So too may 66 2, 10 | of ~unbelief than another sinner is for any sin whatever, 67 2, 10 | to the intention of the sinner, in which case the thing ~ 68 2, 10 | the thing ~to which the sinner turns is the formal object 69 2, 10 | desire not the death of the sinner [Vulg.: 'of him that dieth']." 70 2, 19 | desire not the death of the sinner, but that he should be ~ 71 2, 19 | Is it My will that a sinner should die . . ~. and not 72 2, 19 | pardon to the repentant sinner, or ~that He does not turn 73 2, 20 | justice, which punishes the sinner. Now justice is in God even 74 2, 20 | however much he might ~be a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] A[ 75 2, 24 | may be considered in the sinner: his nature ~and his guilt. 76 2, 24 | our duty to hate, in the ~sinner, his being a sinner, and 77 2, 24 | the ~sinner, his being a sinner, and to love in him, his 78 2, 24 | by the judge profits the sinner, ~if he be converted, unto 79 2, 24 | to the sin, because the sinner ~is thus deprived of the 80 2, 24 | sin, is most of all in the sinner. Now love of self is the ~ 81 2, 24 | Now the just man loves the sinner ~out of charity. Therefore 82 2, 24 | stated above (A[6]), in the sinner, we are bound, out ~of charity, 83 2, 28 | it that is against the sinner's will, it may, in this 84 2, 29 | good, and ~receive not a sinner." But many men are sinners. 85 2, 29 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In a sinner there are two things, his 86 2, 29 | are bound to succor the sinner as to the maintenance of ~ 87 2, 30 | sorrowful, to reprove the sinner, ~to forgive injuries, to 88 2, 30 | First, in respect of the sinner, ~inasmuch as the sin proceeds 89 2, 30 | on account of which the sinner is an annoyance to those ~ 90 2, 30 | OBJ 3: The reproof of the sinner, as to the exercise of the 91 2, 30 | merciful and uphold not the sinner . . . Do good to the humble 92 2, 30 | We ought not to help a sinner as such, that is by ~encouraging 93 2, 31 | superior?~(5) Whether a sinner may correct anyone?~(6) 94 2, 31 | of charity to bear with a sinner, according to Gal. 6:2: " 95 2, 31 | as being harmful to the sinner, secondly as conducing to 96 2, 31 | considered as an evil of the sinner himself. This is ~fraternal 97 2, 31 | to the ~amendment of the sinner. Now to do away with anyone' 98 2, 31 | For a man bears with a sinner, ~in so far as he is not 99 2, 31 | You become ~worse than the sinner if you fail to correct him." 100 2, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a sinner ought to reprove a wrongdoer?~ 101 2, 31 | 1: It would seem that a sinner ought to reprove a wrongdoer. 102 2, 31 | nature so as to deprive the sinner's reason of all right judgment, 103 2, 31 | follows ~from this that, if a sinner reprove a wrongdoer with 104 2, 31 | therefore should one ~correct a sinner, no matter how badly he 105 2, 31 | of condemnation against a sinner, ~for fear of disturbing 106 2, 31 | deemed probable that the sinner will not take the warning, 107 2, 31 | required not only for the ~sinner, that he may become better, 108 2, 31 | which injure none but the sinner, and the person sinned ~ 109 2, 31 | he alone is hurt by the sinner, or at least ~because he 110 2, 31 | useful, first of all to the sinner himself, not only ~in temporal 111 2, 37 | is ~not intended by the sinner: it happens beside his intention 112 2, 37 | her judgment. But every sinner does not do this, wherefore 113 2, 38 | needy out of the hand of the sinner"; and for this reason Augustine ~ 114 2, 41 | brings spiritual harm to the sinner. Now it seems that one ought ~ 115 2, 45 | good man. Therefore no sinner is prudent.~Aquin.: SMT 116 2, 49 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In no sinner as such is {euboulia} (deliberating 117 2, 58 | Now it is unlawful for a ~sinner to judge, according to Rm. 118 2, 62 | it is lawful to kill a sinner?~(3) Whether this is lawful 119 2, 62 | Therefore it is a sin to kill a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 120 2, 62 | private individuals to kill a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 121 2, 62 | A[2]) the ~slaying of a sinner becomes lawful in relation 122 2, 63 | God sometimes ~restrains a sinner from accomplishing a sin, 123 2, 65 | justice. Now God judges ~the sinner even though there be no 124 2, 65 | in judging man, takes the sinner's conscience as his ~accuser, 125 2, 65 | the punishment, of the sinner is intended: wherefore when 126 2, 65 | desires not the death of ~the sinner, according to Ezech. 18: 127 2, 66 | to the amendment of ~the sinner, or to the good of the commonwealth 128 2, 68 | needy from the hand of the sinner"; and (Prov. 24:11): ~"Deliver 129 2, 68 | if one were to tolerate a sinner in that same Church, unless ~ 130 2, 71 | considered in relation to the ~sinner, who sins more grievously, 131 2, 74 | just cause for cursing a sinner if ~one be ignorant of his 132 2, 74 | useful, as when one wishes a sinner to suffer sickness or hindrance 133 2, 74 | curse the day." Yet when a sinner curses the ~devil on account 134 2, 74 | Reply OBJ 5: Although the sinner's sentiments cannot be perceived 135 2, 76 | one would be giving ~a sinner matter for sin, so that 136 2, 76 | since this is to use a sinner for a ~good purpose.~ 137 2, 81 | Lord, be ~merciful to me a sinner"; and Chrysostom [*Hom. 138 2, 81 | 1~I answer that, In the sinner, two things are to be considered: 139 2, 81 | hates. Accordingly when a ~sinner prays for something as sinner, 140 2, 81 | sinner prays for something as sinner, i.e. in accordance with 141 2, 81 | vengeance ~when He allows the sinner to fall yet deeper into 142 2, 81 | other hand God hears the sinner's prayer if it proceed ~ 143 2, 81 | of justice, because the sinner does ~not merit to be heard, 144 2, 81 | saying if it refers to a sinner as such, in which sense 145 2, 81 | in which sense also the ~sinner's prayer is said to be an 146 2, 81 | can be no godliness in the sinner's prayer as though ~his 147 2, 81 | prayer. Sometimes, however, a sinner is prepared to forgive those 148 2, 92 | considered on the part ~of the sinner. Thus the sin of one that 149 2, 92 | contempt on the part of the sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 150 2, 97 | violates the person of the sinner. Therefore ~the species 151 2, 105 | not in the power of ~the sinner to avoid ingratitude, for 152 2, 106 | for instance that the sinner may amend, or at least that 153 2, 109 | simulates ~another, as when a sinner simulates the person of 154 2, 111 | humility, if thou wert not a sinner before lying, ~thou hast 155 2, 113 | according ~to Ps. 9:24, "The sinner is praised in the desires 156 2, 113 | according to Ps. 9:24, "For the sinner is ~praised in the desires 157 2, 113 | unjust man is blessed. The ~sinner hath provoked the Lord." 158 2, 113 | Let not the oil of the sinner ~fatten my head," says: " 159 2, 140 | the sin in ~respect of the sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 160 2, 148 | Sometimes the correction of a sinner is to be foregone, as ~stated 161 2, 152 | more closely united to the sinner: thus he sins more grievously ~ 162 2, 159 | esteem himself a greater sinner than anyone else: whereas 163 2, 161 | from the person of the sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 164 2, 176 | 1). Now the prayer ~of a sinner is not granted, according 165 2, 176 | is nothing ~to prevent a sinner from working miracles by 166 2, 176 | understood so far as the sinner's merit is ~concerned; yet 167 2, 176 | instrumentally ~the faith of a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] A[ 168 2, 185 | Ps. ~49:16, "But to the sinner God hath said: Why dost 169 2, 186 | needy out of the hand of the sinner."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 170 2, 187 | innocent youth but also the sinner Matthew. Yet Matthew obeyed 171 2, 187 | 20): "He who ~causeth a sinner to be converted from the 172 3, 4 | of the stock of Adam, a ~sinner. Hence it seems that He 173 3, 4 | that ~between the first sinner and Christ some just men 174 3, 8 | proceeds from the will of ~the sinner. Therefore the devil cannot 175 3, 22 | out by grace, by which the sinner's heart is turned to God: ~ 176 3, 25 | grace,~Give to each contrite sinner peace."~[*Hymn Vexilla Regis: 177 3, 34 | not made holy from being a sinner, because He never sinned; 178 3, 39 | although ~Christ was not a sinner, yet did He take a sinful 179 3, 44 | seemly in the mouth of a sinner" (Ecclus. ~15:9). For which 180 3, 44 | seemly in the mouth of a sinner" [*Cf. ~Theophylact, Enarr. 181 3, 46 | pain. But by ~sinning the sinner loses a greater good than 182 3, 59 | angels of God upon ~one sinner doing penance": and furthermore 183 3, 64 | of death be brought to a sinner for baptism. Therefore it 184 3, 64 | for such a ~man," i.e. a sinner, "to lay hands on priestly 185 3, 64 | yet holier; but if he be a sinner, he is thereby disposed 186 3, 68 | for the washing of the sinner ~and of the unclean woman": 187 3, 68 | without thee." But since a sinner's ~will is ill-disposed, 188 3, 68 | man may be said to be a sinner in two ways. First, on ~ 189 3, 68 | Secondly, a man may be called a sinner because he wills to sin 190 3, 69 | a gloss says that "the sinner's soul, sterilized ~by drought, 191 3, 70 | confer grace whereby the sinner is made righteous.~Aquin.: 192 3, 79 | is first bestowed on the ~sinner. But it is not given so 193 3, 80 | sacramentally?~(4) Whether the sinner sins in eating it sacramentally?~( 194 3, 80 | should be refused to the sinner that ~approaches it?~(7) 195 3, 80 | living bread." But the sinner does not believe in Him; 196 3, 80 | 4], A[5]. Therefore the sinner cannot eat this ~sacrament, 197 3, 80 | Therefore, for like reason, the sinner ~cannot eat Christ's body 198 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the sinner is more abominable before 199 3, 80 | creature: for it is said of the sinner (Ps. 48:21): "Man when ~ 200 3, 80 | substance of bread taken by a sinner does ~not at once cease 201 3, 80 | it must be said that the sinner, and not ~merely the just, 202 3, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the sinner sins in receiving Christ' 203 3, 80 | OBJ 1: It seems that the sinner does not sin in receiving 204 3, 80 | of the woman who was a ~sinner; while it is written (Mt. 205 3, 80 | something. Therefore no sinner sins by receiving this ~ 206 3, 80 | sight. Consequently, if the sinner sins by receiving the ~sacrament, 207 3, 80 | adored by all. Therefore the sinner does not sin by eating this 208 3, 80 | happens sometimes that the sinner is unconscious of ~his sin. 209 3, 80 | justified." ~Therefore, the sinner, if he receive this sacrament, 210 3, 80 | this way ~nevertheless the sinner who receives Christ's body 211 3, 80 | he is not to be called a sinner on that account; in the 212 3, 80 | no longer to be called a sinner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 213 3, 80 | Therefore the sin of every ~sinner approaching Christ's table 214 3, 80 | graver than another on the sinner's part. ~for example, the 215 3, 80 | the sacrament, whereas the sinner receiving Christ's body ~ 216 3, 80 | intent; secondly, because the sinner is capable of ~grace; hence 217 3, 80 | the body of Christ to the sinner seeking ~it?~Aquin.: SMT 218 3, 80 | the body of Christ to the ~sinner seeking it. For Christ's 219 3, 80 | sacrament be administered to the sinner who asks for it.~Aquin.: 220 3, 80 | be the lesser evil if the sinner incur infamy; or if an unconsecrated ~ 221 3, 80 | adopted is either ~that the sinner seeking the body of Christ 222 3, 80 | privately warn the secret sinner, or warn all openly in public, 223 3, 80 | is worse for the secret sinner to sin mortally ~in taking 224 3, 80 | unjustly defaming the hidden sinner than that the sinner should ~ 225 3, 80 | hidden sinner than that the sinner should ~sin mortally; because 226 3, 80 | greater evil." But the secret sinner ought rather to prefer ~ 227 3, 81 | knowing Judas to be a sinner, seemingly He did not give 228 3, 81 | to sever Judas, a hidden sinner, from Communion with the 229 3, 82 | that the priest who is a sinner ought not to approach this ~ 230 3, 82 | Q[80], A[3]), ~that the sinner receives Christ's body sacramentally, 231 3, 84 | the part of the penitent sinner, and on the part of the ~ 232 3, 84 | absolving, because the penitent sinner, by deed and word, shows ~ 233 3, 84 | outwardly both by the repentant sinner, and ~by the priest in giving 234 3, 84 | reality and sacrament ~is the sinner's inward repentance; while 235 3, 84 | this is taken away by ~the sinner's confession]*, nor against 236 3, 84 | it is necessary for the sinner's ~salvation that sin be 237 3, 84 | both because a public sinner seems to sin more from contempt, 238 3, 84 | twice grant pardon to ~any sinner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[84] A[ 239 3, 84 | and withered, that the sinner might not despair; for this ~ 240 3, 85 | moreover, it reconciles the sinner. Therefore it seems that 241 3, 85 | regards the person of the sinner, just as vindictive ~justice 242 3, 85 | displease a man, especially a sinner, on ~account of the punishments 243 3, 86 | whereby the heart of any ~sinner whatsoever can be moved 244 3, 86 | and the woman that was a sinner, as related in Luke ~vii, 245 3, 86 | another, even as He loves the sinner as regards his nature, while ~ 246 3, 86 | signifies the delivery of the sinner. ~Therefore after the first 247 3, 86 | remission of sin, whereby the sinner is ~restored to spiritual 248 3, 86 | which are performed by the ~sinner, are the material element 249 3, 88 | be forgiven than for the sinner to ~be endured.~Aquin.: 250 3, 88 | The ingratitude of the sinner is sometimes a special sin; ~ 251 3, 88 | species according to ~the sinner's intention, wherefore the 252 3, 88 | Para. 2/3~If, therefore, a sinner commits a sin in contempt 253 3, 88 | ingratitude, ~and in this way a sinner's ingratitude is a special 254 3, 88 | Therefore it is evident that the sinner's ingratitude is ~sometimes 255 3, 89 | If at any time you find a sinner, among his many evil ~deeds, 256 3, 90 | according to the will of the ~sinner, and the judgment of God 257 Suppl, 2 | his victim dies. Now the sinner ought to be contrite during 258 Suppl, 3 | his sins, because every sinner deserves not only eternal, 259 Suppl, 4 | Although, by penance, the sinner returns to his former ~state 260 Suppl, 6 | accused. ~Therefore the sinner who is the accused ought 261 Suppl, 6 | sin has been forgiven, the sinner still owes a debt of ~temporal 262 Suppl, 6 | operation on the part of the sinner. Nevertheless ~man is not 263 Suppl, 6 | turns, in which respect the sinner returns to self; ~while, 264 Suppl, 6 | court of law, for then the ~sinner should not lie by excusing 265 Suppl, 6 | acknowledge himself to be a sinner, because "all have sinned ~ 266 Suppl, 6 | far as the penitent is a sinner, while the confessor is 267 Suppl, 6 | another, who ~is known to be a sinner, and in this he is to be 268 Suppl, 7 | thus: "Confession is the sinner's sacramental ~self-accusation 269 Suppl, 8 | particular priest: e.g. if the sinner know that his own priest 270 Suppl, 8 | from ~the person of the sinner. Now a punishment of seven 271 Suppl, 8 | regards the uplifting of the sinner, whereby he resists ~God; 272 Suppl, 8 | sin, so that even if the sinner died after that ~time, he 273 Suppl, 9 | evil ~disposition of the sinner, as when it is considered 274 Suppl, 9 | proves the malice of the sinner, or his ~great corruption.~ 275 Suppl, 9 | delayed," i.e. that the sinner should confess at once.~ 276 Suppl, 11| beware lest he betray the sinner, by word, or ~sign, or in 277 Suppl, 11| lead to the discovery of a sinner or of his sin. Nevertheless ~ 278 Suppl, 11| On the contrary, If the sinner consent, a superior may 279 Suppl, 12| can ~be taken, though the sinner, for his own part, takes 280 Suppl, 14| alms." Yet he was still a sinner, as is shown by his subsequent ~ 281 Suppl, 14| Augustine says that "the sinner is not worthy of the ~bread 282 Suppl, 14| can merit nothing. But a sinner, through ~not having charity, 283 Suppl, 14| just ~when He spares the sinner, because this is befitting." 284 Suppl, 15| It is just that the ~sinner, by his repentance, should 285 Suppl, 15| He is concerned, yet the ~sinner, for his part, deprives 286 Suppl, 15| must be taken away from the sinner. Now a good work, as such, 287 Suppl, 15| be taken away ~from the sinner thereby.~Aquin.: SMT XP 288 Suppl, 15| without punishment of the sinner. It is of this ~debt that 289 Suppl, 18| from the punishment which a sinner deserves, in so far as ~ 290 Suppl, 20| he ~submits himself as a sinner to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 291 Suppl, 21| God. Now God punishes the sinner in many ways, in order to ~ 292 Suppl, 21| a mortal sin, unless the sinner be obstinate, either ~by 293 Suppl, 28| doing public penance, a sinner does not recover his ~former 294 Suppl, 28| solemnization. And ~if the sinner fall again, he is not precluded 295 Suppl, 36| Reply OBJ 1: Just as the sinner dispenses sacraments validly, 296 Suppl, 36| mortally. If therefore a sinner sins mortally by exercising 297 Suppl, 43| son, fostered no little sinner for the ~flames of hell." 298 Suppl, 62| For the more frail the sinner the more is his sin ~deserving 299 Suppl, 62| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a sinner should not be given a greater 300 Suppl, 67| lawful to be indulgent to the sinner, ~because this is a moral 301 Suppl, 67| lawful to be indulgent to the sinner as ~regards the unkindly 302 Suppl, 70| Truth declares the rich sinner to be condemned to fire, ~ 303 Suppl, 71| harsher measures." Now every sinner is offensive to God. Therefore 304 Suppl, 71| doer than to another. But a sinner merits naught for himself 305 Suppl, 71| distinction; because the deed of a sinner ~who offers suffrage may 306 Suppl, 71| two ways. First, when the sinner, offering suffrages, ~represents 307 Suppl, 71| of that priest, albeit a ~sinner, profit the departed. Secondly, 308 Suppl, 71| The prayer offered by a sinner is sometimes not his but ~ 309 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 2: Although the sinner's prayer is not acceptable 310 Suppl, 71| OBJ 3: The reason why the sinner who performs these suffrages ~ 311 Suppl, 71| Reply OBJ 4: Although the sinner's deed is not living in 312 Suppl, 71| angels of God upon one ~sinner doing penance." Therefore 313 Suppl, 71| so doing; and if ~he be a sinner who has died, that thou 314 Suppl, 83| measure of guilt. And a sinner who is ~about to be damned 315 Suppl, 84| sins will have escaped ~the sinner's memory, and he will be 316 Suppl, 84| the sin of another, each sinner's shame would be much diminished, ~ 317 Suppl, 84| to the confusion of the ~sinner is a result of his neglect 318 Suppl, 84| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The sinner's confusion will not be 319 Suppl, 96| would seem just that the sinner who has been ~ungrateful 320 Suppl, 96| the ~disposition of the sinner: for sometimes a person 321 Appen2, 1| so in the same fire the sinner burns and the elect is cleansed." ~


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