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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 49 | cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 2 1, 69 | whether in root, stem, or fruit, affect the argument.~Aquin.: 3 1, 50 | cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[49] A[ 4 1, 70 | whether in root, stem, or fruit, affect the argument.~Aquin.: 5 1, 96 | by taking the forbidden fruit. For he was told at the 6 1, 101 | and so called because ~its fruit was endowed with a life-preserving 7 1, 112 | part ~of her: just as the fruit while hanging on the tree 8 1, 114 | principle united to them, as fruit from a tree, and the offspring 9 2, 3 | Rm. 6:22): "You have your fruit unto sanctification, and 10 2, 11 | else than to receive the fruit. But it ~is the intellect, 11 2, 11 | A[4]), that receives the fruit of human life, which is 12 2, 11 | the end of a thing is its fruit. ~Therefore to enjoy belongs 13 2, 11 | enjoyment] and "fructus" [fruit] seem to refer ~to the same, 14 2, 11 | sensible fruits. But sensible fruit is that ~which we expect 15 2, 11 | Further, what we enjoy is the fruit. But the Apostle says (Gal. ~ 16 2, 11 | says (Gal. ~5:22): "The fruit of the Spirit is charity, 17 2, 11 | above (A[1]) the notion of fruit implies two ~things: first 18 2, 11 | end, is ~properly called fruit; and this it is that one 19 2, 11 | health, ~can nowise be called fruit. And that which has something 20 2, 11 | referred, may indeed by ~called fruit in a certain manner; but 21 2, 11 | perfectly to the notion of fruit. Hence ~Augustine says ( 22 2, 11 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruit bears one relation to the 23 2, 11 | enjoy is to lay hold of the fruit. But one does not ~lay hold 24 2, 11 | does not ~lay hold of the fruit until one is in possession 25 2, 18 | species. Thus one and the same fruit, as ~to its color, is contained 26 2, 20 | cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither can an evil tree ~ 27 2, 20 | evil tree ~bring forth good fruit." But, according to the 28 2, 20 | signifies ~the will, and fruit signifies works. Therefore, 29 2, 21 | well; for he shall eat the fruit of his doings. Woe to the 30 2, 40 | in hope . . . to receive fruit": and the same applies to ~ 31 2, 69 | that the tree ~will bear fruit, when the leaves begin to 32 2, 69 | see the first signs of the fruit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] A[ 33 2, 70 | acts. For that which bears fruit, ~should not itself be called 34 2, 70 | should not itself be called a fruit, else we should go on indefinitely. ~ 35 2, 70 | indefinitely. ~But our actions bear fruit: for it is written (Wis. 36 2, 70 | written (Wis. 3:15): "The fruit of ~good labor is glorious," 37 2, 70 | receiveth ~wages, and gathereth fruit unto life everlasting." 38 2, 70 | fructus' and the English ~'fruit'] the things we know, when 39 2, 70 | written (Mt. 12:33): "By the fruit the tree is ~known"; that 40 2, 70 | I answer that, The word "fruit" has been transferred from 41 2, 70 | the spiritual world. Now fruit, among material things, 42 2, 70 | certain sweetness. This ~fruit has a twofold relation: 43 2, 70 | the ~man who gathers the fruit from the tree. Accordingly, 44 2, 70 | matters, we may take the word "fruit" in two ways: first, so 45 2, 70 | ways: first, so that the ~fruit of man, who is likened to 46 2, 70 | secondly, so that man's fruit is what he gathers.~Aquin.: 47 2, 70 | all that man gathers is fruit, but only that which is 48 2, 70 | tree. In this sense man's ~fruit is his last end which is 49 2, 70 | 3~If, however, by man's fruit we understand a product 50 2, 70 | reason, it is said to be the ~fruit of his reason: but if it 51 2, 70 | operation is said ~to be the fruit of the Holy Ghost, as of 52 2, 70 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Since fruit is something last and final, 53 2, 70 | final, nothing hinders ~one fruit bearing another fruit, even 54 2, 70 | one fruit bearing another fruit, even as one end is subordinate 55 2, 70 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the fruit of eternal life is to future 56 2, 70 | based on hope. Now the ~fruit of eternal life is identified 57 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fruit is essentially something 58 2, 70 | Q[4], A[1]). Therefore fruit and beatitude have the same 59 2, 70 | for a beatitude than for a fruit. ~Because it is sufficient 60 2, 70 | Because it is sufficient for a fruit to be something ultimate 61 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The fruit of eternal life is ultimate 62 2, 70 | for a beatitude than for a fruit, as ~stated.~Aquin.: SMT 63 2, 70 | that there is only ~one fruit of the present life; according 64 2, 70 | Rm. 6:22: "You have your ~fruit unto sanctification." Moreover 65 2, 70 | 27:9): "This is ~all the fruit . . . that the sin . . . 66 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fruit is the product of spiritual 67 2, 70 | Mt. 13:23) a threefold fruit as growing from a ~spiritual 68 2, 70 | Further, the very nature of fruit is to be something ultimate 69 2, 70 | fruits." Since, however, a fruit is something ~that proceeds 70 2, 70 | taken away. Consequently fruit is mentioned there in the ~ 71 2, 70 | signified by the thirtyfold fruit; the contingency of ~widowhood, 72 2, 70 | contingency, by the hundredfold ~fruit. There are, moreover, other 73 2, 70 | belong to the notion of fruit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 74 2, 70 | nature, ~is not called its fruit, but rather its corruption. 75 2, 71 | a tree is known ~by its fruit," i.e. man by his works, 76 2, 73 | sinful act, as a tree to its ~fruit, as a gloss observes on 77 2, 73 | cannot bring forth ~evil fruit": and the greater this cause 78 2, 74 | partaken ~of the forbidden fruit." Now "the woman" denotes 79 2, 74 | has offered the forbidden fruit ~to her husband."~Aquin.: 80 2, 75 | cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). Likewise neither 81 2, 77 | our members to bring forth fruit ~unto death." Now it is 82 2, 77 | mortal sin to bring forth fruit unto ~death. Therefore sin 83 2, 89 | had taken the forbidden ~fruit." Again there seems to have 84 2, 102 | and offering to God the fruit of His government, i.e. 85 2, 102 | shall have planted in it fruit ~trees, you shall take away 86 2, 102 | nearly ~all the trees bear fruit in three years' time; those 87 2, 102 | longer time for these to bear fruit: and the ~Law considered 88 2, 102 | the time ~of Christ), the Fruit of the Law, i.e. Christ, 89 2, 103 | from receiving Christ's fruit. Therefore since Christ' 90 2, 105 | vineyard to eat of the fruit, but not to take any away. 91 2, 105 | the bunches of grapes and fruit, should be left behind for 92 2, 105 | vineyard, to eat of the ~fruit there: but not to carry 93 2, 107 | of itself bringeth forth fruit, first the blade, then the 94 2, 113 | 27:9): "This is all the fruit, that the sin thereof ~should 95 2, 114 | been ~awarded them as the fruit of their goodwill, but on 96 2, 8 | For understanding is the fruit of faith, since ~it is written ( 97 2, 8 | not continue." Therefore fruit ~is not the fruit of understanding.~ 98 2, 8 | Therefore fruit ~is not the fruit of understanding.~Aquin.: 99 2, 8 | which precedes is not the fruit of what follows. ~But faith 100 2, 8 | Therefore ~faith is not the fruit of understanding.~Aquin.: 101 2, 8 | The end of a thing is its fruit. Now the gift of ~understanding 102 2, 8 | certitude is reckoned a fruit. For a gloss on Gal. 5:22 103 2, 8 | that ~the "faith which is a fruit, is certitude about the 104 2, 8 | be, after a ~fashion, the fruit of all the other things 105 2, 8 | may distinguish a double fruit: one, belonging to the same ~ 106 2, 8 | we must conclude that the fruit which properly responds 107 2, 8 | certitude of faith; while the ~fruit that responds to it last 108 2, 8 | 1: Understanding is the fruit of faith, taken as a virtue. 109 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The fruit of practical knowledge cannot 110 2, 8 | speculative ~knowledge has its fruit in its very self, which 111 2, 8 | in its very self, which fruit is the certitude ~about 112 2, 8 | knowledge, has no corresponding fruit of its own: while the ~gifts 113 2, 8 | have but one corresponding fruit, which is ~certainly denoted 114 2, 8 | character of end, which the word fruit implies, pertains to ~the 115 2, 13 | according to Rm. 6:21: ~"What fruit had you therefore then in 116 2, 16 | in hope . . . to receive ~fruit." But the act of faith is 117 2, 19 | cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). Now ~despair 118 2, 30 | bring forth a spiritual fruit, according to Ecclus. ~29: 119 2, 30 | they have a ~spiritual fruit, inasmuch as our neighbor, 120 2, 30 | intends to merit a spiritual ~fruit through the love of charity.~ 121 2, 32 | our members to bring forth fruit unto death." Now all other 122 2, 33 | being ~deprived of spiritual fruit, and think that other monasteries 123 2, 36 | contention, ~but in the fruit that would result therefrom, 124 2, 41 | cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7:18). But scandal 125 2, 50 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Fruit denotes something ultimate. 126 2, 59 | usufruct" in things that bear fruit; and simply "borrowing" 127 2, 59 | in ~things that bear no fruit, such as money, pottery, 128 2, 60 | God expects from us the fruit of ~His gifts, which fruit 129 2, 60 | fruit of ~His gifts, which fruit is from Him and from us, 130 2, 62 | tree be evil, so is the fruit, according to Mt. ~7:17. 131 2, 76 | acquired by such ~things is the fruit not of the thing but of 132 2, 77 | bringeth not forth good fruit ~shall be cut down, and 133 2, 81 | understanding is without fruit."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 134 2, 81 | hinders the prayer from having fruit. It is against this that ~ 135 2, 81 | not deprive prayer of its fruit. ~Hence Basil says (De Constit. 136 2, 81 | consequently he is deprived of the fruit of his ~prayer. Sometimes, 137 2, 85 | vineyard and eateth not of the fruit thereof?" But the fixing ~ 138 2, 85 | churches. And since the fruit of ~the flock is derived 139 2, 86 | gives the tree with its ~fruit, than he that gives the 140 2, 86 | than he that gives the fruit only, as Anselm [*Eadmer] 141 2, 87 | evil tree bring forth good ~fruit." Now swearing comes from 142 2, 92 | cannot bring forth evil fruit," according to Mt. 7:18: 143 2, 98 | to ~restore not only the fruit actually acquired, but also 144 2, 121 | commenting on Gal. 5:22, "But the fruit of the ~Spirit is charity, 145 2, 134 | 1]), the very notion of fruit ~denotes pleasure. And works 146 2, 134 | affords, it is reckoned a fruit, especially ~in this, that 147 2, 139 | laws of God and from the fruit ~of His goodness"; and a 148 2, 150 | namely the hundredfold fruit, ~according to a gloss on 149 2, 150 | Reply OBJ 2: The hundredfold fruit is ascribed to virginity, 150 2, 150 | to which the sixtyfold fruit is ascribed, and to marriage, 151 2, 150 | ascribed the thirtyfold fruit. But according to Augustine ( 152 2, 150 | i, 9), "the hundredfold fruit is given to martyrs, the ~ 153 2, 155 | virtue, and beatitude and fruit.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[157] A[ 154 2, 161 | behold, and she took of the ~fruit thereof, and did eat." Yet 155 2, 161 | goodness and beauty of the ~fruit was not their first motive 156 2, 161 | eating of the ~forbidden fruit, her pride rose to the height 157 2, 163 | to eat of the ~forbidden fruit, which was akin to them 158 2, 163 | seed of ~the woman is the fruit of good works, whereby the 159 2, 183 | elsewhere in order to labor with fruit." Sometimes ~again this 160 2, 186 | entirely deprived of the fruit of the contemplative life.~ 161 2, 187 | man gives to others the fruit of his ~contemplation. Now 162 3, 31 | said (Ps. ~131:11): "Of the fruit of thy womb I will set upon 163 3, 41 | eating of the forbidden ~fruit, saying (Gn. 3:1): "Why 164 3, 42 | die it bringeth forth much fruit" (Jn. 12:20-25); and as 165 3, 44 | fig-tree that Christ found no fruit on it, ~when fruit was not 166 3, 44 | found no fruit on it, ~when fruit was not in season (Mk. 11: 167 3, 44 | fig-tree, since it was not the fruit season; to ask such a ~question 168 3, 46 | it bringeth forth ~much fruit." Upon this St. Augustine ( 169 3, 46 | otherwise have produced the fruit of our redemption.~Aquin.: 170 3, 46 | it was resolved that the fruit ~of man's salvation should 171 3, 46 | to the magnitude of the fruit which resulted ~therefrom.~ 172 3, 46 | that it could not produce fruit in us.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 173 3, 60 | Rm. 6:22: "You have your ~fruit unto sanctification, and 174 3, 68 | 27:9, "this is all the fruit, that the ~sin . . . should 175 3, 68 | 27:9: "This is all the fruit, that ~the sin . . . should 176 3, 74 | from henceforth of this fruit of the vine." Secondly, 177 3, 78 | Christ's ~Passion and its fruit rather in the form of the 178 3, 79 | obstacle to ~receiving the fruit of this sacrament. Now whoever 179 3, 81 | from henceforth of this fruit ~of the vine, until that 180 3, 82 | they do not receive the fruit of the sacrifice, which ~ 181 3, 82 | sacrifice with the truth of its fruit, although it be a true sacrifice ~ 182 3, 82 | the mystical body is the fruit of the true ~body received. 183 3, 82 | unworthily, are deprived ~of the fruit, as was said above (A[7]; 184 3, 83 | are made partakers of the fruit of our Lord's Passion. ~ 185 3, 83 | that we may partake ~of its fruit and in order that we may 186 3, 83 | deprived on that day of the ~fruit of the Passion offered to 187 3, 84 | fall into sin and lose the fruit of pardon. ~Now displeasure 188 3, 89 | not suffer to perish ~the fruit which you lost when your 189 3, 89 | was disturbed." But this fruit is ~the merit of good works 190 3, 90 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruit of a thing is not the same 191 3, 90 | But ~satisfaction is a fruit of penance, according to 192 3, 90 | Penance as a sacrament, and a ~fruit of penance as a virtue.~ 193 Suppl, 9 | he does not receive the ~fruit of absolution then, yet 194 Suppl, 9 | to the ~receiving of the fruit of confession, which none 195 Suppl, 10| which is an obstacle ~to the fruit of absolution and confession.~ 196 Suppl, 14| impoverished," etc., says that "the fruit of a man's good ~works should 197 Suppl, 21| communion of the Church, as ~to fruit and general suffrages." 198 Suppl, 21| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the fruit of the Church seems to be 199 Suppl, 21| for it cannot mean the fruit of temporal goods, since ~ 200 Suppl, 21| in the words "as to the ~fruit," and from partaking together 201 Suppl, 21| they do not receive ~the fruit of those prayers unless 202 Suppl, 21| they do not receive the fruit so long as they remain under 203 Suppl, 21| Reply OBJ 3: The spiritual fruit of the Church is derived 204 Suppl, 29| 27:9): ~"This is all the fruit, that the sin . . . should 205 Suppl, 61| consort meanwhile seek the fruit of a better life. But ~by 206 Suppl, 71| Now if one person reaped fruit from the suffrages of ~another, 207 Suppl, 71| Therefore a person receives ~no fruit from the suffrages of others.~ 208 Suppl, 71| reapeth . . . gathereth fruit unto life ~everlasting." 209 Suppl, 71| justice if a man ~receives the fruit of the works done by a man 210 Suppl, 71| for a tree is known by its fruit (Mt. ~7:16).~Aquin.: SMT 211 Suppl, 71| he does not receive the fruit before the ~suffrages are 212 Suppl, 71| respect be deprived of the fruit of ~the suffrages, and this 213 Suppl, 71| this cannot transfer the fruit of ~the indulgence to another, 214 Suppl, 71| preceding merits to receive the fruit of ~suffrages. Hence it 215 Suppl, 72| so that we obtain not the fruit of their prayers, in so 216 Suppl, 72| the forcing of flowers or fruit by artificial process. It 217 Suppl, 75| not reap in themselves the fruit of the ~Lord's prayer, unless 218 Suppl, 77| parts as leaves to cover fruit; and thus hair and nails 219 Suppl, 93| Whether they differ from the fruit?~(3) Whether a fruit is 220 Suppl, 93| the fruit?~(3) Whether a fruit is due to the virtue of 221 Suppl, 93| aureole differs from the fruit?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 222 Suppl, 93| does not differ from the fruit. ~For different rewards 223 Suppl, 93| aureole and ~the hundredfold fruit correspond to the same merit, 224 Suppl, 93| aureole is the same as ~the fruit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 225 Suppl, 93| that the "hundredfold ~fruit is due to the martyrs, and 226 Suppl, 93| virgins." Therefore the fruit is ~a reward common to virgins 227 Suppl, 93| aureole is the same as the fruit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 228 Suppl, 93| added to ~the crown. But the fruit is not the essential reward, 229 Suppl, 93| of ~the same nature. Now fruit and aureole are not divided 230 Suppl, 93| and of ~doctors: whereas fruit is divided into the fruit 231 Suppl, 93| fruit is divided into the fruit of the married, of ~widows, 232 Suppl, 93| and of virgins. Therefore fruit and aureole are not the 233 Suppl, 93| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, if fruit and aureole were the same, 234 Suppl, 93| be due to ~whomsoever the fruit is due. But this is manifestly 235 Suppl, 93| manifestly untrue, since a fruit ~is due to widowhood, while 236 Suppl, 93| comparison is taken. Now since fruit, properly speaking, ~is 237 Suppl, 93| fruits. For the material fruit has sweetness whereby ~it 238 Suppl, 93| other process. ~Accordingly fruit is taken in a spiritual 239 Suppl, 93| we ~are not speaking of fruit in this sense now. Sometimes 240 Suppl, 93| this sense now. Sometimes fruit signifies ~spiritually that 241 Suppl, 93| Parad. xiii]. In this sense ~fruit is taken (Gal. 6:22): "The 242 Suppl, 93| taken (Gal. 6:22): "The fruit of the Spirit is charity, 243 Suppl, 93| sense in which we speak of fruit now; for we ~have treated 244 Suppl, 93| however, take spiritual fruit in another sense, in likeness 245 Suppl, 93| in likeness to ~material fruit, inasmuch as material fruit 246 Suppl, 93| fruit, inasmuch as material fruit is a profit expected from 247 Suppl, 93| husbandry: so that we call fruit that reward which man acquires ~ 248 Suppl, 93| future life is called a "fruit." In this sense ~fruit is 249 Suppl, 93| fruit." In this sense ~fruit is taken (Rm. 6:22): "You 250 Suppl, 93| Rm. 6:22): "You have your fruit unto sanctification, and ~ 251 Suppl, 93| this sense do we speak of fruit ~now, but we are treating 252 Suppl, 93| but we are treating of fruit as being the product of 253 Suppl, 93| that our Lord speaks of fruit (Mt. 13:23), where He divides ~ 254 Suppl, 93| 13:23), where He divides ~fruit into thirtyfold, sixtyfold, 255 Suppl, 93| sixtyfold, and hundredfold. Now fruit is the ~product of seed 256 Suppl, 93| soil, the more plentiful fruit will ~result. Now the spiritual 257 Suppl, 93| things, the greater is the fruit of the Word in ~him. Accordingly 258 Suppl, 93| in ~him. Accordingly the fruit of the Word of God differs 259 Suppl, 93| one's works, ~whereas the "fruit" consists in the joy that 260 Suppl, 93| distinguish between aureole and fruit, by saying that the ~aureole 261 Suppl, 93| strive lawfully"; whereas the fruit is due to ~the laborer, 262 Suppl, 93| saying of Wis. 3:15, "The fruit of good ~labors is glorious." 263 Suppl, 93| while the "aureole" and the "fruit" regard things directed 264 Suppl, 93| the ~end; yet so that the fruit regards the will rather, 265 Suppl, 93| of the difference between fruit, aurea and aureole would ~ 266 Suppl, 93| and this cannot be, since fruit is ~assigned to some to 267 Suppl, 93| signal ~victory; and the fruit, in so far as by virginity 268 Suppl, 93| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Fruit, according to the proper 269 Suppl, 93| states that the hundredfold fruit corresponds to martyrs ~ 270 Suppl, 93| corresponds to martyrs ~takes fruit in a broad sense, according 271 Suppl, 93| as any reward is called a fruit, ~the hundredfold fruit 272 Suppl, 93| fruit, ~the hundredfold fruit thus denoting the reward 273 Suppl, 93| reward, which is called the ~fruit, be due sometimes to the 274 Suppl, 93| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a fruit is due to the virtue of 275 Suppl, 93| 1: It would seem that a fruit is not due to the virtue 276 Suppl, 93| who have the hundredfold fruit is compared to ~the glory 277 Suppl, 93| who have the ~sixtyfold fruit; and to the stars those 278 Suppl, 93| who have the thirtyfold fruit." ~Now this difference of 279 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, fruit is due to labor: "The fruit 280 Suppl, 93| fruit is due to labor: "The fruit of good labors is ~glorious" ( 281 Suppl, 93| or continence. Therefore fruit does not correspond to ~ 282 Suppl, 93| of ~continence. Therefore fruit corresponds to frugality 283 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, fruit implies delight, and delight 284 Suppl, 93| to them especially the ~fruit should correspond.~Aquin.: 285 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~I answer that, A fruit is a reward due to a person 286 Suppl, 93| spiritual life. Consequently a fruit corresponds ~especially 287 Suppl, 93| Ethic. vii, 11). Therefore fruit corresponds to ~continence 288 Suppl, 93| OBJ 1: This gloss takes fruit in a broad sense, according 289 Suppl, 93| any ~reward is called a fruit.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 290 Suppl, 93| does not take its name from fruit by reason of any ~comparison 291 Suppl, 93| of any ~comparison with fruit in the sense in which we 292 Suppl, 93| 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Fruit, as we speak of it now, 293 Suppl, 93| resulting in the production of fruit. Hence ~a man calls his 294 Suppl, 93| labor. Now the comparison to fruit, as produced from ~seed, 295 Suppl, 93| 5 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: Fruit is not taken here in the 296 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, fruit denotes a special reward. 297 Suppl, 93| 8) that "the thirtyfold fruit is assigned to married ~ 298 Suppl, 93| continence, to which the fruit corresponds, man is ~brought 299 Suppl, 93| continence, the thirtyfold fruit is awarded; to those who 300 Suppl, 93| of widows, the sixtyfold fruit; and to those who keep virginal ~ 301 Suppl, 93| continence, the hundredfold fruit: and this for the reason 302 Suppl, 93| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Fruit is not taken there in the 303 Suppl, 93| obliges us to hold that fruit is a reward that is ~not 304 Suppl, 93| incontinent life, ~for to such no fruit is due but only the essential 305 Suppl, 93| widowhood is to the sixtyfold fruit, so is virginity ~to the 306 Suppl, 93| virginity ~to the hundredfold fruit, and to the aureole. Now 307 Suppl, 93| aureole. Now the sixtyfold fruit is ~not due to every widow, 308 Suppl, 93| Reply OBJ 6: The sixtyfold fruit is due, not to every widow, 309 Suppl, 96| may deprive us of ~that fruit, even after we have received


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