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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | considered from ~human affairs. A king, for example, is said to 2 1, 20 | to a poor man than to a king.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 3 1, 22 | belongs to the dignity of a king, that he should have ~ministers; 4 1, 22 | OBJ 1: It pertains to a king's dignity to have ministers 5 1, 23 | use of that grace, as if a king were to ~give a horse to 6 1, 26 | Blessed and only Almighty, the King of Kings and Lord of ~Lords." ( 7 1, 31 | contrary, It is said, "To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, ~ 8 1, 31 | explain the words, "To the King of ages, invisible, the 9 1, 34 | have said," or "which ~the king has commanded," alluding 10 1, 34 | said to do the ~word of the king when he does the work to 11 1, 34 | he is appointed by the ~king's word.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 35 | nature; as the ~image of the king is found in his son. In 13 1, 35 | different nature, as the king's image on the coin. In 14 1, 36 | For as we say that the king acts through the bailiff, 15 1, 36 | bailiff acts through the king. But we can ~never say that 16 1, 36 | authority, as when we say, the king works through the bailiff; 17 1, 36 | bailiff works through ~the king.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 18 1, 36 | bailiff acts through ~the king, because it is the bailiff' 19 1, 36 | said to act through the king, although this preposition ~" 20 1, 36 | the subject's acting, the king is said to work ~through 21 1, 36 | said to act through the king, forasmuch as the power 22 1, 36 | forasmuch as the power of the king gives ~the bailiff's action 23 1, 39 | when it is ~said: "To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, 24 1, 43 | may be said to send the king to battle; or according 25 1, 63 | devil in the person of the King of ~Tyre (Ezech. 28:13): " 26 1, 39 | when it is ~said: "To the King of ages, immortal, invisible, 27 1, 43 | may be said to send the king to battle; or according 28 1, 64 | devil in the person of the King of ~Tyre (Ezech. 28:13): " 29 1, 81 | of the ~individual. The king also, who aims at the common 30 1, 82 | 21:1): "The heart of the ~king is in the hand of the Lord; 31 1, 88 | that the Lord promised to king Josias that ~he should die, 32 1, 88 | he slept, and told the king the end of his life." Or, ~ 33 1, 92 | Son; as the image of the king is in his son, who is of 34 1, 92 | nature, as the image of ~the king is in a silver coin, as 35 1, 92 | species; thus the image of the king exists in ~his son: or, 36 1, 92 | coin is an image of the king, as having the image of 37 1, 92 | having the image of the king. ~Wherefore there is no 38 1, 102 | others; thus an earthly ~king, by reason of his not being 39 1, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: That an earthly king should have ministers to 40 1, 102 | O Lord, Lord, almighty ~King, all things are in Thy power, 41 1, 102 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a king does not justly punish those 42 1, 104 | order depends on that of the king, by whom the whole kingdom 43 1, 105 | ignorance: "Who ~is this King of glory?" other angels, 44 1, 105 | Lord of ~Hosts, He is the King of glory," as Dionysius 45 1, 106 | the superior: "Who is this King of ~Glory?"~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 107 | principalities: thus, under one king ~there are different cities, 47 1, 107 | familiarity to approach the king or leader; others in addition 48 1, 109 | governed by the ~power of the king. Among the angels also, 49 1, 110 | 21:1: "The heart of the king is in the hand of the Lord, ~ 50 1, 111 | lost, as ~neither does a king lessen his dignity when 51 1, 111 | those who attend upon a king; some ~of whom ever wait 52 1, 111 | among those who assist ~the king, one knows more of the king' 53 1, 111 | king, one knows more of the king's secrets than another.~ 54 1, 113 | was sent to punish Achab, King of ~Israel, as is related 55 2, 6 | 21:1: "The heart of the king is in the ~hand of the Lord; 56 2, 29 | state is said to do what the king does, as if the king were ~ 57 2, 29 | the king does, as if the king were ~the whole state. Now 58 2, 66 | as the doorkeeper for the king.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 59 2, 69 | counsel be acceptable to the king [Vulg: to thee, O king]: ~ 60 2, 69 | the king [Vulg: to thee, O king]: ~and redeem thou thy sins 61 2, 69 | court, but also sees the king's countenance. Lastly, ~ 62 2, 69 | royal palace belongs to the king's son.~ 63 2, 73 | 34:18): "Who saith to the king: 'Thou ~art an apostate'; 64 2, 91 | Because, where ~there is one king in one kingdom there is 65 2, 91 | compared to God as to one king, according to Ps. 46:8: " 66 2, 91 | to Ps. 46:8: "God is ~the King of all the earth." Therefore 67 2, 91 | adults, so also the one King, God, in His one ~kingdom, 68 2, 93 | in a state flows from the king's command to ~his inferior 69 2, 93 | whatever is subject to the King, is subject to the ~King' 70 2, 93 | King, is subject to the ~King's law. Now the Son, according 71 2, 96 | can judge the deeds of a king." But as to the ~directive 72 2, 98 | whoever is subject to the king, must needs be subject to 73 2, 98 | was given by God, Who is "King of all the earth" (Ps. ~ 74 2, 98 | Whoever are subject to a king, are bound to observe his 75 2, 100 | state which is ruled by a king must be different from the 76 2, 101 | those who administer to a ~king make use of certain special 77 2, 102 | not built until they had a king who ~would be able to quell 78 2, 105 | nation is to be ruled by a ~king: because this kind of government 79 2, 105 | the Law should have set a king over the people, and they 80 2, 105 | shalt say: I will set a king over me . . ~. thou shalt 81 2, 105 | when the Lord appointed the king, He ~established a tyrannical 82 2, 105 | will ~be the right of the king, that shall reign over you: 83 2, 105 | not leave the choice of a king to the people; but reserved 84 2, 105 | since the power granted to a king is so ~great, it easily 85 2, 105 | speak, He granted them a king, as is ~clear from His words 86 2, 105 | regards the appointment of a king, He did establish the ~manner 87 2, 105 | first, that in choosing a king they should wait ~for the 88 2, 105 | a man of another ~nation king, because such kings are 89 2, 105 | secondly, He prescribed how the king after his appointment ~should 90 2, 105 | 11): "I will give ~thee a king in My wrath"; and (Osee 91 2, 105 | the Lord forbade even a king to have superabundant wealth 92 2, 105 | right was not given to the king by Divine institution: ~ 93 2, 105 | deter them from asking for a king; since the ~narrative continues: " 94 2, 105 | however, that even a good king, without being a tyrant, ~ 95 2, 110 | in the good graces of the king, ~i.e. the king looks on 96 2, 110 | graces of the king, ~i.e. the king looks on him with favor. 97 2, 114 | written (Ezech. ~29:18): "The King of Babylon hath made his 98 2, 114 | especially as regards the King of Babylon, since he did 99 2, 2 | Ps. 23:8): "Who is this king of glory?" and (Is. 63:1): ~" 100 2, 10 | Thus Solomon besought the King of Tyre to send master workmen 101 2, 15 | necessary to a ~priest than to a king, wherefore it is written ( 102 2, 15 | priesthood to Me." Now ~the king is commanded to learn knowledge 103 2, 15 | kingly office, because a king is ~placed over his people 104 2, 15 | especially ~commanded that the king should be instructed by 105 2, 18 | shall not fear Thee, O ~King of nations?" and (Malachi 106 2, 30 | counsel be acceptable to the ~King; [Vulg.: 'to thee, and'] 107 2, 30 | OBJ 1: Daniel spoke to a king who was not subject to God' 108 2, 34 | commoner does not envy ~the king, nor does the king envy 109 2, 34 | the king, nor does the king envy a commoner whom he 110 2, 41 | notwithstanding that the king took scandal from his ~doing 111 2, 43 | written (Job 41:25): "He is king over ~all the children of 112 2, 48 | perfect sense, belongs to a ~king who is charged with the 113 2, 48 | belong most properly to a king, ~according to Jer. 23:5: " 114 2, 48 | according to Jer. 23:5: "A king shall reign and shall be 115 2, 48 | direction ~belongs rather to the king, and execution to his subjects, 116 2, 48 | the ~principal act of a king which is to make laws, and 117 2, 48 | actions are ~considered by the king, but under a more general 118 2, 48 | obey: since many obey one king in various departments. 119 2, 48 | authority like that of a ~king, as stated in Ethic. viii, 120 2, 48 | not the full power of a ~king, wherefore paternal government 121 2, 61 | a man of another ~nation king, who is not thy brother."~ 122 2, 62 | 25), Samuel killed ~Agag king of Amalec (1 Kgs. 15), Elias 123 2, 64 | be disregarded, what is a king but ~a mighty robber? since 124 2, 64 | is a robber but a little king?" And it is ~written (Ezech. 125 2, 65 | subject, indeed He was "King of ~kings and Lord of lords" ( 126 2, 67 | on the authority of the king or prince who appointed 127 2, 72 | against a certain individual [*King Josaphat] (2 Paralip 19: 128 2, 79 | a father, another to the king, and so ~on. Hence it is 129 2, 80 | laws," said: "We have no king ~but Caesar." Therefore 130 2, 82 | when he was come in to king David, ~"worshiped him bowing 131 2, 85 | sheep (Ex. 22:1), and if any king were ~to order this to be 132 2, 92 | to the true or to a false king. In another sense ~latria 133 2, 92 | to another ~than the true king, since, so far as he is 134 2, 93 | being about ~to smite the king with the divine sentence, 135 2, 93 | interpreted the dream of the king of Babylon ~(Dan. 2,4). 136 2, 93 | Ezech. 21:21) that "the ~king of Babylon stood in the 137 2, 97 | as ~acting against the king: and in the same way if 138 2, 101 | had been honored by the king": and we read ~(Esther 6: 139 2, 101 | is he worthy of whom the king ~hath a mind to honor." 140 2, 101 | different aspects, for instance king, father and master, as the ~ 141 2, 101 | pay to Christ, just as the king's robe receives the ~same 142 2, 101 | receives the ~same honor as the king himself, according to Damascene ( 143 2, 102 | soldier, by defending his king's fortress, fulfils both 144 2, 102 | kingdom the children of the king who holds sway over that 145 2, 102 | then the children of that King, under Whose sway are all ~ 146 2, 102 | sake: whether it be to the king as ~excelling, or to governors 147 2, 109 | The example of Jehu, king of Israel, who slew the 148 2, 109 | countenance before" Achis, king of Geth (1 Kgs. 21:13). 149 2, 110 | said in the person of the ~king of Tyre (Ezech. 28:2): " 150 2, 150 | since she is beloved of her King, ~approved by her Judge, 151 2, 155 | Prov. 20:28) that the King's "throne is strengthened 152 2, 165 | refused to partake of the ~king's meat and wine, lest they 153 2, 166 | 14, "All the glory of the king's daughter is within," ~ 154 2, 172 | true answer by Elias to the King's messengers who were sent 155 2, 172 | nations, but had its own king; wherefore it behooved the 156 2, 174 | nobis gratia' ascribed ~to King Robert of France, the reputed 157 2, 182 | wardens or mayors ~to the king; and for this reason, just 158 2, 182 | earthly governments the king ~alone receives a solemn 159 2, 182 | common citizen is from a king." Therefore ~it would seem 160 2, 182 | he fights for Christ his King, ask ~that he be made a 161 2, 185 | thou that I ~speak to the king or to the general of the 162 2, 185 | apparel, for example, the king (Jonas 3:6) ~who "was clothed 163 3, 7 | inflicted, as we fear the king inasmuch as he ~has the 164 3, 7 | to announce that Cyrus, King of the Persians, would ~ 165 3, 8 | exterior government; as a king is said to be the head of 166 3, 8 | written (Job 41:25): "He is ~king over all the children of 167 3, 8 | namely the ~devil, who is king over all the children of 168 3, 15 | shall be taken away by the King of the ~Assyrians" - or 169 3, 22 | is a priest, another is a king; but all these concur in ~ 170 3, 22 | law-giver, the Lord is our King: He ~will" come and "save 171 3, 22 | Heb. 7:2,3): "That is 'king of peace,' ~without father, 172 3, 25 | God: just as ~to adore a King's robe is nothing else than 173 3, 25 | else than to adore a robed King. And in ~this sense the 174 3, 25 | are wont to venerate the king's image; in the second way, 175 3, 25 | veneration as they show to ~the king.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 176 3, 25 | same honor is due to the ~king's mother as to the king: 177 3, 25 | king's mother as to the king: whence it is written (3 178 3, 25 | throne was set for the king's mother, and she sat on 179 3, 25 | 1: The honor due to the king's mother is not equal to 180 3, 25 | honor which is due to the king: but is somewhat like it, 181 3, 31 | because Christ was to be king, prophet, and priest. ~Now 182 3, 31 | Lastly David was both king and prophet.~Aquin.: SMT 183 3, 31 | that Christ, who is both king and priest, should be ~born 184 3, 35 | was born in the days of King Herod." ~Therefore it seems 185 3, 35 | under the power of a ~wicked king, Christ is born; because 186 3, 36 | written (Mt. 2:3) that "King Herod, hearing" ~of Christ' 187 3, 36 | After the birth of the King of heaven, the earthly king 188 3, 36 | King of heaven, the earthly king is ~troubled: doubtless 189 3, 36 | into ~the heart of a proud king?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 190 3, 36 | by Balaam to indicate the King of the Jews."~Aquin.: SMT 191 3, 36 | this star was a sign of the King's ~birth: wherefore the 192 3, 36 | Where is He that is born King ~of the Jews? For we have 193 3, 36 | For reverence is due to a king from ~his subjects. But 194 3, 36 | that was born was ~the "King of the Jews," it seems unbecoming 195 3, 36 | during the reign of one king to proclaim ~a stranger. 196 3, 36 | proclaim the birth of a king.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 197 3, 36 | Where is He that is born King of the ~Jews?"~Aquin.: SMT 198 3, 36 | such great homage to such a king as the Jews were wont to 199 3, 36 | had learnt that such a King was born that by adoring 200 3, 36 | By proclaiming [Christ King] the Magi foreshadowed the ~ 201 3, 36 | while they thought of the King ~who was to come, the Magi 202 3, 36 | the Magi feared not the king who was actually present. ~ 203 3, 36 | royal city the new-born King, in order that ~Christ's 204 3, 36 | in search of an ~earthly King, they would have been disconcerted 205 3, 36 | they sought a ~heavenly King, though they found in Him 206 3, 36 | gold, as to the great King; they offer ~up incense 207 3, 36 | wisdom, to the new-born King, by the luster ~of our wisdom 208 3, 43 | letters sealed with the king's ring, it is to be believed 209 3, 43 | they contain expresses the king's will.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 210 3, 46 | 73:12): ~"But God is our King before ages: He hath wrought 211 3, 47 | made Himself out to be a king, of which it was ~not their 212 3, 58 | as in Prov. 20:8: "The king, that sitteth on ~the throne 213 3, 58 | just as he who sits at the king's right hand helps him in 214 3, 59 | according ~to Prov. 20:8: "The king that sitteth on the throne 215 3, 59 | Christ, although established king by God, did not wish ~while 216 3, 60 | secret [sacramentum] of a king"; ~and Eph. 3:9: "What is 217 3, 60 | only God's but also the king's, secret, is said to be ~ 218 3, 62 | leaden coin, receives, by the king's command, a hundred ~pounds: 219 3, 62 | of the ~mere will of the king. Hence Bernard says in a 220 3, 62 | nothing but a sign of ~the king's command that this man 221 3, 63 | which a ~soldier of the king is distinguished from the 222 3, 64 | counsel be acceptable" to the king; "Redeem thou thy sins with 223 3, 72 | which sign, to wit, our King ~triumphed (cf. Col. 2:15).~ 224 3, 76 | His eyes) shall see the king in his beauty." It seems, ~ 225 3, 81 | composed ~this rhyme:~"The King at supper sits,~The twelve 226 3, 85 | to understand that the king is on his way, not only 227 3, 86 | 21:1: "The ~heart of the king is in the hand of the Lord: 228 Suppl, 19| OBJ 2: Further, no wise king entrusts his enemy with 229 Suppl, 19| dispensing the treasure ~of the King of heaven, Who is Wisdom 230 Suppl, 19| Reply OBJ 2: An earthly king can be cheated and deceived 231 Suppl, 19| dispensation thereof. But the King of heaven cannot be cheated, 232 Suppl, 22| interdict on account of the king's crime. Hence there is 233 Suppl, 25| profitable ~a work; Just as a king would not be said to help 234 Suppl, 25| to all who prayed for the king of France; and in like manner ~ 235 Suppl, 26| pontifical power, being ~like a king in his kingdom: whereas 236 Suppl, 34| neither is the anointing of a ~king; because by such blessings 237 Suppl, 37| of power resides ~in the king, this does not exclude the 238 Suppl, 38| power, for instance by the king.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[38] A[ 239 Suppl, 51| to ~consent to marry the king's son, whoever he may be, 240 Suppl, 51| if another man ~than the king's son be brought to her, 241 Suppl, 60| latter kind of community, a king for instance, ~can punish 242 Suppl, 68| throne through not being the king's son. In like manner it 243 Suppl, 69| baths, and of the ~soul of King Theodoric, which he asserts 244 Suppl, 70| actually: as neither is the king's power decreased by the 245 Suppl, 72| following words are addressed to King Joas (4 Kgs. ~22:20): "Therefore" ( 246 Suppl, 72| yesterday, prepared by the king," etc., ~where a gloss observes: " 247 Suppl, 87| His eyes shall see the King in his beauty." Therefore 248 Suppl, 92| stated that "Pharoa, the king of Egypt, ~took Gezer . . . 249 Suppl, 92| All the glory of the king's ~daughter is within," 250 Appen1, 1| or for that he is not a king or an emperor, since these ~


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