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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 23 | is thy own, O Israel; Thy help is only in Me." God does 2 1, 23 | otherwise than by divine help, ~according to the prophet 3 1, 23 | consequence nothing temporal can help towards making something ~ 4 1, 23 | temporal, they cannot so help as to cause anyone to ~become 5 1, 23 | so there is not need of help except through ~defective 6 1, 24 | down in material ~books to help the memory. Whence, the 7 1, 51 | anything else, needs the help of any corporeal organ. 8 1, 62 | Further, seemingly we need help only for difficult tasks. 9 1, 62 | This is what we call the help of grace. Therefore it ~ 10 1, 62 | beatitude, except by the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 62 | can be attained by some help, it is ~said to be "difficult"; 12 1, 62 | same way, the will cannot help clinging to good, formally 13 1, 52 | anything else, needs the help of any corporeal organ. 14 1, 63 | Further, seemingly we need help only for difficult tasks. 15 1, 63 | This is what we call the help of grace. Therefore it ~ 16 1, 63 | beatitude, except by the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 63 | can be attained by some help, it is ~said to be "difficult"; 18 1, 63 | same way, the will cannot help clinging to good, formally 19 1, 82 | us, but presupposes the help of God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 20 1, 82 | subject of grace, by the help of which it ~chooses what 21 1, 83 | is that when we wish to help someone to understand ~something, 22 1, 94 | he was given sufficient help to stand, but not sufficient 23 1, 95 | more or less advantage and help: since indeed it was ~dependent 24 1, 97 | that woman was made to be a help to ~man (Gn. 2:18,20). But 25 1, 97 | But she is not fitted to help man except in ~generation, 26 1, 97 | proved a more effective help ~in anything else. Therefore 27 1, 111 | things ~to men without the help of the angels, and the superior 28 1, 112 | sin; whom the angels could help by ~visible appearance, 29 1, 112 | deprived of the interior help of natural reason; so neither 30 1, 112 | deprived of that exterior help granted by God to the whole 31 1, 112 | angels. And although the help which ~they receive therefrom 32 1, 113 | too he tempts in order to help, sometimes in order to ~ 33 1, 116 | teacher only brings exterior help as ~the physician who heals: 34 1, 118 | they ~stated, in order to help nature to resist the action 35 2, 2 | that which is not a ~direct help to nature, as money, but 36 2, 5 | good, although it needs ~help from without in order to 37 2, 5 | good, although it need no help from without in order to 38 2, 5 | imperfect health, without the help of medicine. And ~therefore 39 2, 14 | in minute matters, which help or hinder but little with 40 2, 17 | eye, which condition is a help or a hindrance ~to that 41 2, 38 | contemplation of truth does ~not help to assuage sorrow.~Aquin.: 42 2, 40 | hopes to get by another's help as though to await [exspectare] ~ 43 2, 40 | the knowledge which would help one to judge truly ~a thing 44 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~Whether hope is a help or a hindrance to action?~ 45 2, 40 | seem that hope is not a help but a hindrance to action. ~ 46 2, 40 | of its very nature is a help to action by making it ~ 47 2, 40 | causes pleasure; which is a help to ~action, as stated above ( 48 2, 42 | or ~for which there is no help, or which are not easy."~ 49 2, 44 | horns. Now the greatest help for all ~purposes, in animals, 50 2, 45 | friends or any other means of help, especially if a man trust 51 2, 47 | offend us or ~refuse to help us; hence it is written ( 52 2, 47 | hurting or by failing to ~help, we are angry with them 53 2, 50 | enabled with ~promptitude to help in the operations of the 54 2, 59 | produced with the body's ~help.~ 55 2, 68 | these things man receive help in the shape of special ~ 56 2, 77 | moved by a greater pity ~to help a poor man. Therefore an 57 2, 87 | but are impeded by the help of Divine grace which is ~ 58 2, 87 | men are deprived of the help of Divine ~grace, they are 59 2, 98 | not be borne without the help of ~grace, which the law 60 2, 98 | might have recourse to the ~help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 61 2, 98 | to save man, yet ~another help from God besides the Law 62 2, 98 | of his reason without the help of a written ~law: and man 63 2, 98 | Law was given to them as a help; which was ~most needed 64 2, 98 | it was fitting that ~this help should be bestowed on men 65 2, 105 | and there was no man to help her." ~But if a man sinned 66 2, 105 | master seeks to kill, or to help him in committing some ~ 67 2, 106 | benefits, and as not using the help given to him. ~And this 68 2, 106 | it gives man sufficient help to avoid sin.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 108 | viz. by ~imploring the help of God; by striving to enter 70 2, 108 | as to despair of God's help: wherefore Our Lord says ( 71 2, 108 | own efforts ~without God's help: such solicitude Our Lord 72 2, 109 | without ~any further Divine help?~(10) Whether he can of 73 2, 109 | know truth without the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 74 2, 109 | whatsoever man ~needs Divine help, that the intellect may 75 2, 109 | 3: We always need God's help for every thought, inasmuch 76 2, 109 | and do good without the help of ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 77 2, 109 | human nature needs the help of God as First Mover, to 78 2, 109 | in health, unless by ~the help of medicine he be cured.~ 79 2, 109 | states man needs the Divine help, that he may be moved to 80 2, 109 | know truth without Divine help, as stated ~above (A[1]). 81 2, 109 | oneself. Therefore without the help of grace ~no created nature 82 2, 109 | though not ~without the help of God moving him. Now to 83 2, 109 | although he needed God's help to ~move him to it; but 84 2, 109 | needs, even for ~this, the help of grace to heal his nature.~ 85 2, 109 | what ~to do, but by its help they do lovingly what they 86 2, 109 | both states they need the help of God's motion in order 87 2, 109 | confess we still require God's help."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 88 2, 109 | nobler, can be raised by the help of grace to a ~higher end, 89 2, 109 | recover his health by the help of medicines is better disposed 90 2, 109 | and without the external help ~of grace, can prepare himself 91 2, 109 | and without the external help of grace, can prepare himself 92 2, 109 | prepare himself without the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT FS 93 2, 109 | Now that we ~need the help of God to move us, is manifest. 94 2, 109 | except by the gratuitous help of God moving him inwardly.~ 95 2, 109 | not do this without the help of ~God moving him, and 96 2, 109 | rise from sin without the help of grace?~Aquin.: SMT FS 97 2, 109 | rise from sin without the help of ~grace. For what is presupposed 98 2, 109 | health, without the external help of medicine, since ~there 99 2, 109 | of ~justice without the help of external grace.~Aquin.: 100 2, 109 | rise from sin without the help ~of grace. For since sin 101 2, 109 | sin there is required the help of ~grace, both as regards 102 2, 109 | condition; but without exterior help it ~cannot be restored to 103 2, 109 | it who maintain that the help of God's grace is not necessary 104 2, 109 | have done it without ~God's help to uphold him in good, since 105 2, 109 | sensitive ~appetite cannot help occurring since the lower 106 2, 109 | premeditation, it cannot help occurring that he ~acts 107 2, 109 | sufficient ~without God's help. Hence it is written (Eccles. 108 2, 109 | himself and without ~further help of grace, do good and avoid 109 2, 109 | himself and without further help of grace, do good and avoid 110 2, 109 | has obtained this ~first help of grace. Therefore we must 111 2, 109 | in grace needs no further help of grace in ~order to do 112 2, 109 | righteously a ~man needs a twofold help of God - first, a habitual 113 2, 109 | Secondly, man needs the help of grace in order to ~be 114 2, 109 | regard to the first kind of help, man does not need a further ~ 115 2, 109 | does not need a further ~help of grace, e.g. a further 116 2, 109 | habit. Yet he needs the help of ~grace in another way, 117 2, 109 | no longer need the Divine help; for every creature needs 118 2, 109 | man still needs the Divine help, it cannot be concluded ~ 119 2, 109 | man ~will need the Divine help even in the state of glory, 120 2, 109 | possessed of grace needs the help of grace in order to ~persevere?~ 121 2, 109 | possessed of grace needs no help to ~persevere. For perseverance 122 2, 109 | grace, he needs no further help of grace in ~order to have 123 2, 109 | therefore, does he need the help of ~grace to have perseverance.~ 124 2, 111 | ways; first, as a Divine help, whereby God moves us to 125 2, 111 | this, viz. that a man may help another to be led to God. 126 2, 111 | to God. Now no man can ~help in this by moving interiorly ( 127 2, 112 | gift of God. Secondly, as a help from God, Who ~moves the 128 2, 112 | grace as it signifies a help from God ~to move us to 129 2, 112 | anticipates the Divine help, but rather, every preparation 130 2, 112 | preparation in man ~must be by the help of God moving the soul to 131 2, 112 | is thy own, O Israel; thy help is only in Me."~Aquin.: 132 2, 113 | Being called refers to God's help moving and exciting our ~ 133 2, 114 | own strength, but by the help of grace; and in this way ~ 134 2, 114 | previous ~merits will nowise help him to rise again. Hence 135 2, 114 | works, in which with God's help they reach their purpose. 136 2, 1 | presumption), but with the help of grace; and if he perseveres 137 2, 2 | which we can do without the help of grace, then we are bound 138 2, 2 | of faith. ~But with the help of grace we can do this, 139 2, 2 | we can do this, for this help "to whomsoever ~it is given 140 2, 3 | proper ~act, without the help of any other virtue.~Aquin.: 141 2, 5 | do so, ~a man needs the help of the habit of faith; but 142 2, 16 | attains God Himself, on Whose help it leans. It is therefore 143 2, 16 | rule, viz. God, on Whose help he leans.~Aquin.: SMT SS 144 2, 16 | attains God by leaning on His help in order to obtain the hoped 145 2, 16 | intends to obtain, and the help by ~which that good is obtained. 146 2, 16 | a final cause, while the help by which one hopes to ~obtain 147 2, 16 | cannot be trusted to give help.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 148 2, 16 | be obtained by ~another's help, as stated above (A[1]).~ 149 2, 18 | thy own, O ~Israel: thy help is . . . in Me." Therefore 150 2, 18 | the other is someone's ~help, through whom one expects 151 2, 18 | hope to obtain by God's ~help, but lest we withdraw ourselves 152 2, 18 | withdraw ourselves from this help. Wherefore filial ~fear 153 2, 18 | hope, we trust in God's ~help, not only to obtain any 154 2, 18 | obtain a good by another's ~help, the more he fears to offend 155 2, 20 | 17:11) that "fear is a help to presumption [*Vulg.: ~' 156 2, 24 | their ways, and we ~ought to help them more readily to regain 157 2, 29 | it fail, ~we are bound to help them: for instance, if they 158 2, 29 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to help another in the battle is 159 2, 29 | battlefield is bound to help a ~fellow-soldier who is 160 2, 29 | which of them we ought to help rather than the other, since 161 2, 30 | with regard to external help is twofold; one in ~respect 162 2, 30 | ways, first by asking for help from God, and in this respect 163 2, 30 | poor, and it shall ~obtain help for thee from all evil." ~ 164 2, 30 | injure as many as you might ~help." Ambrose expresses himself 165 2, 30 | necessaries a man might help a great personage, and a 166 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: We ought not to help a sinner as such, that is 167 2, 30 | should, in preference, ~help those who are more closely 168 2, 30 | that ~you should yourself help your own family, who would 169 2, 30 | would be ashamed to beg ~help from others." Secondly, 170 2, 31 | with the hope of God's help.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 171 2, 31 | merely that he offers his help to one who, "being in the 172 2, 38 | but by affording spiritual help to those who fight justly, 173 2, 45 | between the things that help and those that hinder." ~ 174 2, 45 | far as ~they tend to be a help or a hindrance to that which 175 2, 50 | Holy Ghost are given as a help to the ~virtues, according 176 2, 50 | Further, one gift suffices to help one virtue, since the higher 177 2, 69 | in a better position to help him, ~one is not bound so 178 2, 69 | not bound so strictly to help the one in need that it 179 2, 69 | burden, there is no means ~of help in this case, unless those 180 2, 69 | therefore they are bound to help. But they would not be so ~ 181 2, 69 | would not be so ~bound if help were possible from another 182 2, 69 | because others are ~able to help themselves otherwise: hence 183 2, 69 | brief in such a way as to help the ~other side, or so as 184 2, 75 | always give another the help or ~counsel which would 185 2, 78 | humanity," ~whereby we help them in their needs. For 186 2, 80 | mountains, from whence help shall come to me: my help 187 2, 80 | help shall come to me: my help is from the Lord, ~Who made 188 2, 80 | by the hope of the Divine help.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 189 2, 81 | having recourse to God's help in these matters.~Aquin.: 190 2, 81 | man should be denied the help of prayer.~Aquin.: SMT SS 191 2, 81 | a gloss on Rm. ~15:30, "Help me in your prayers," says: " 192 2, 81 | in the ~individual and to help him in a case of necessity, 193 2, 81 | ought not to implore ~the help of the lower saints' prayers 194 2, 81 | such like signs when they help to excite the mind ~internally. 195 2, 83 | and in ~which he needs help and direction from someone 196 2, 88 | adjuration whereby the demon's ~help is besought in doing or 197 2, 88 | demons by ~beseeching them to help us.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] 198 2, 93 | but also recourse to the help of the demons ~for the purpose 199 2, 93 | means of some counsel and help of a ~demon, who is either 200 2, 93 | called upon to give his help, or else ~thrusts himself 201 2, 94 | search relies on the demons' help. Now through the observances 202 2, 94 | make use of the demons' help by compacts either ~tacit 203 2, 95 | like deeds, wherein the help of God alone is expected.~ 204 2, 105 | and to have thought to help him in ~doing good, whereas 205 2, 108 | whereby it is intended ~to help another person, or to save 206 2, 115 | own, wishing thus to be of help to certain people"; and 207 2, 117 | spending the wherewithal to ~help others. This applies chiefly 208 2, 121 | than for reason to seek ~help from anger? the steadfast 209 2, 127 | of one who ~promises to help him. Since, however, faith 210 2, 127 | confident that he will receive help from him.~Aquin.: SMT SS 211 2, 128 | what we can do by ~the help of others we can do by ourselves 212 2, 128 | think and do good by the help of God, this is not altogether 213 2, 134 | own virtue and without the help of grace; for ~Augustine 214 2, 134 | possible for man, without the help of grace, to bear evil for 215 2, 134 | have patience without the help ~of grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 216 2, 134 | manner ~one may, without the help of grace, endure many evils 217 2, 134 | have patience without the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 218 2, 134 | tend ~thereto without the help of sanctifying grace, yet 219 2, 134 | grace, yet not without the help ~of God's grace [*Cf. FS, 220 2, 135 | 4) Whether it needs the help of grace?~Aquin.: SMT SS 221 2, 135 | Whether perseverance needs the help of grace? [*Cf. FS, Q[109], 222 2, 135 | perseverance does not need the help of grace. For ~perseverance 223 2, 135 | this ~does not need the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 224 2, 135 | persevere ~without the help of a further grace.~Aquin.: 225 2, 135 | sinful deeds ~without the help of another. Therefore man 226 2, 135 | deeds of ~virtue without the help of grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 227 2, 135 | but also the gratuitous help of God sustaining ~man in 228 2, 135 | arise from sin without the help of grace. Hence by falling 229 2, 135 | wherefore he needs the help of grace for that ~end.~ 230 2, 143 | in so far as ~they are a help to the practice of virtue, 231 2, 144 | Wherefore one virtue receives help and ~commendation from another, 232 2, 144 | virtue through being a ~help to chastity, since one virtue 233 2, 154 | good, yet not without God's help, ~according to Jn. 15:5: " 234 2, 154 | fact that man needs God's help in order to be continent, 235 2, 159 | through ~confidence in God's help, is not contrary to humility; 236 2, 159 | is thy own, O Israel; thy help is ~only in Me." Now humility, 237 2, 170 | sometimes foreknew the future by help of the demons and the magic ~ 238 2, 180 | view the active life is a help to the ~contemplative, since 239 2, 186 | the study ~of letters is a help to the contemplative life 240 2, 186 | one, on account of ~the help which one affords the other 241 2, 186 | perfection do not require this help.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 242 2, 187 | supported otherwise than by the help ~of their children, these 243 2, 187 | with such as ~are likely to help and not hinder him. Hence 244 3, 7 | the gifts are given to help the virtues. But what is ~ 245 3, 7 | does not need an exterior help. Therefore, since the ~virtues 246 3, 7 | reason of a man having the help of ~grace for all that belongs 247 3, 11 | senses are given to man to help his intellect. Hence, if ~ 248 3, 12 | the Creator did ~not need help from His creature; but having 249 3, 14 | the mountains, from whence help ~shall come to me." Therefore 250 3, 15 | above all do we require His help against sin. ~Therefore 251 3, 29 | being confident that by the help of God she would never come 252 3, 29 | and wife, ~by which they help one another in rearing their 253 3, 30 | we should know ~that the help is from the Lord: because 254 3, 39 | a real dove without the help of other doves, just as 255 3, 41 | of ~temptation; since the help of the Holy Ghost, who is 256 3, 41 | is it (the temptation) a help from the Holy Ghost, who,' 257 3, 44 | perfection is due to the help of His grace."~Aquin.: SMT 258 3, 51 | become as a man ~without help, free among the dead." But 259 3, 51 | be opened except by the help of many hands. ~Again, if 260 3, 57 | mere man needed another's help. But we do not read of our 261 3, 60 | that her ~intercession may help the person baptized to preserve 262 3, 63 | accomplished suitably ~without the help of grace, since, according 263 3, 69 | and to ~conquer by God's help." In sign of which it is 264 3, 73 | the sacraments bring us help on our journey ~through 265 3, 79 | receive the body of Christ, no help accrues to others. In ~like 266 3, 84 | For ~just as the first help for those who cross the 267 3, 84 | whole ship, while the second help when the ship is wrecked, 268 3, 84 | plank; so too the first help in this life's ocean is 269 3, 84 | integrity, while the second help is, if he lose his ~integrity 270 3, 86 | punishment ~patiently with the help of Divine grace, is released 271 Suppl, 8 | is necessary that he may help his subject's conscience. 272 Suppl, 8 | person he is appointed to help, ~he holds a lower rank, 273 Suppl, 11| them to one who can be a help ~and not a hindrance. But 274 Suppl, 12| satisfaction be ~made without God's help, since it is not possible 275 Suppl, 17| and closed, so that by the help of ~grace man should no 276 Suppl, 23| in his crime, by counsel, help or favor, in which case 277 Suppl, 25| understand this to ~mean a help proportionate to the giver: 278 Suppl, 25| king would not be said to help a man if he gave him an ~" 279 Suppl, 25| be granted for temporal help?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 280 Suppl, 25| be granted for ~temporal help. Because the remission of 281 Suppl, 25| be granted for temporal help.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] A[ 282 Suppl, 27| sin is in greater need of ~help, yet he is less capable 283 Suppl, 58| one to invoke the demon's help by witchcraft. Again, if 284 Suppl, 64| 2:18, "Let us make him a help like unto ~himself." But 285 Suppl, 71| profitable unless it were a help to them. ~Therefore the 286 Suppl, 71| greater want, since he cannot help ~himself as a living person 287 Suppl, 71| the living rather than a help to the dead."~Aquin.: SMT 288 Suppl, 72| to be believed that ~they help their neighbor very much 289 Suppl, 72| the Holy Ghost, that you help me in your ~prayers for 290 Suppl, 72| saints ~who are in heaven to help us by their prayers to God.~ 291 Suppl, 93| inordinate love does ~not help one to merit an aureole: 292 Suppl, 96| cannot be rescued, except God help him: ~wherefore from the 293 Suppl, 96| could not get out without help, one ~might say that he


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