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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | explain ~me shall have life everlasting" (Ecclus. 24:31). But by 2 1, 10 | cursed into eternal [Douay: ~'everlasting'] fire" (Mt. 25:41). Therefore 3 1, 12 | The grace of God is life everlasting" ~(Rm. 6:23). But life everlasting 4 1, 12 | everlasting" ~(Rm. 6:23). But life everlasting consists in the vision of 5 1, 13 | have loved thee with an ~everlasting love" (Jer. 31:3). Therefore 6 1, 50 | object, being above time, is everlasting. Hence every ~intellectual 7 1, 62 | grace in order to possess ~everlasting life. But this is contrary 8 1, 62 | The grace of God is life everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 9 1, 63 | from Me'], you cursed, into everlasting fire, which was ~prepared 10 1, 64 | true beatitude, ~because everlasting stability is of the very 11 1, 64 | hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is also contrary to 12 1, 64 | men ~shall be sent "into everlasting punishment," and the good 13 1, 64 | the good brought "into ~everlasting life." Consequently such 14 1, 51 | object, being above time, is everlasting. Hence every ~intellectual 15 1, 63 | grace in order to possess ~everlasting life. But this is contrary 16 1, 63 | The grace of God is life everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 17 1, 64 | from Me'], you cursed, into everlasting fire, which was ~prepared 18 1, 65 | true beatitude, ~because everlasting stability is of the very 19 1, 65 | hence it is termed "life everlasting." It is also contrary to 20 1, 65 | men ~shall be sent "into everlasting punishment," and the good 21 1, 65 | the good brought "into ~everlasting life." Consequently such 22 1, 97 | things corruptible none is everlasting and permanent ~except the 23 2, 3 | sanctification, and the end, ~life everlasting." But life is not an operation, 24 2, 3 | theirs is one only ~and everlasting. But in men, according to 25 2, 3 | God by ~one, continual, everlasting operation. But in the present 26 2, 3 | all our actions, and the everlasting ~perfection of our joys."~ 27 2, 5 | shall god . . . into life everlasting," which, as above stated ( 28 2, 30 | wisdom bringeth to the ~everlasting kingdom." But the sensitive 29 2, 32 | my God, whereas Thou art everlasting joy to Thyself, and some 30 2, 42 | better than that which is not everlasting": and ~the same applies 31 2, 61 | is united thereto by ~an everlasting covenant. Such as the virtues 32 2, 70 | gathereth fruit unto life everlasting." Therefore our actions ~ 33 2, 85 | its end. ~Now man's end is everlasting happiness, as stated above ( 34 2, 85 | adapted to its end, which is ~everlasting happiness: whereas the human 35 2, 87 | These shall go into ~everlasting punishment"; and (Mk. 3: 36 2, 87 | but shall be guilty of an ~everlasting sin."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] 37 2, 87 | wherefore it ~incurs an everlasting punishment. But it is not 38 2, 87 | some sins incur a debt of everlasting punishment, as stated above ( 39 2, 87 | But original ~sin incurs everlasting punishment, since children 40 2, 87 | punishments of all other sins be everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[87] A[ 41 2, 87 | Consequently such sins do not incur everlasting, but ~only temporal punishment.~ 42 2, 87 | OBJ 2: Original sin incurs everlasting punishment, not on account ~ 43 2, 88 | deserves temporal, ~but not everlasting punishment. It is of this 44 2, 89 | suffer punishment, but not everlasting. Now the debt of temporal ~ 45 2, 97 | universal precepts, which are everlasting: whereas human law contains ~ 46 2, 98 | man to that end which is everlasting happiness; which end is ~ 47 2, 98 | altogether fit to partake of everlasting happiness. Now this cannot 48 2, 98 | the grace of God is life everlasting" (Rm. 6:23). But the Old 49 2, 100 | ordinance, they have broken the everlasting ~covenant"; which, seemingly, 50 2, 102 | perish, but may have life ~everlasting." Consequently the chief 51 2, 109 | 1~Whether man can merit everlasting life without grace?~Aquin.: 52 2, 109 | seem that man can merit everlasting life without grace. ~For 53 2, 109 | seem that to enter into everlasting ~life rests with man's will. 54 2, 109 | seems that man can merit everlasting life of himself.~Aquin.: 55 2, 109 | within his power to reach everlasting life.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 56 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, everlasting life is the last end of 57 2, 109 | may man attain to life everlasting by his natural ~endowments, 58 2, 109 | The grace of God is life ~everlasting." And as a gloss says, this 59 2, 109 | His own mercy, leads us to everlasting life."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 60 2, 109 | proportionate ~to its power. Now everlasting life is an end exceeding 61 2, 109 | works ~proportionate to everlasting life; and for this a higher 62 2, 109 | grace man cannot merit ~everlasting life; yet he can perform 63 2, 109 | does works meritorious of everlasting ~life; but as Augustine 64 2, 109 | The grace of God is life ~everlasting," says, "It is certain that 65 2, 109 | says, "It is certain that everlasting life is meter to good ~works; 66 2, 109 | by sinning man deserves everlasting damnation.~Aquin.: SMT FS 67 2, 109 | work deeds meritoriously of everlasting life, which exceed the ~ 68 2, 111 | believe in ~order to reach everlasting life, and another thing 69 2, 114 | The grace of God, life ~everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] 70 2, 114 | act beyond its powers. Now everlasting life ~is a good exceeding 71 2, 114 | The grace of God, life everlasting," a ~gloss says: "He might 72 2, 114 | wages of justice, life ~everlasting'; but He preferred to say ' 73 2, 114 | The grace of God, life ~everlasting,' that we may know that 74 2, 114 | that God leads us to life everlasting of ~His own mercy and not 75 2, 114 | grace cannot merit life everlasting condignly.~Aquin.: SMT FS 76 2, 114 | the present life can equal everlasting life, which ~surpasses our 77 2, 114 | condign reward. But life everlasting is granted by God, in ~accordance 78 2, 114 | Therefore man merits ~everlasting life condignly.~Aquin.: 79 2, 114 | Ghost moving us to life everlasting, it is ~meritorious of life 80 2, 114 | is ~meritorious of life everlasting condignly. For thus the 81 2, 114 | Ghost moving us to life ~everlasting according to Jn. 4:14: " 82 2, 114 | springing up into life everlasting." And the worth of the work 83 2, 114 | first cause of our ~reaching everlasting life, viz. God's mercy. 84 2, 114 | sufficient cause of life ~everlasting; hence, 2 Cor. 1:22, He 85 2, 114 | manifest Myself to him." ~Now everlasting life consists in the manifest 86 2, 114 | we must bear in mind that everlasting life consists in ~the enjoyment 87 2, 114 | Hence the merit of life everlasting pertains first ~to charity, 88 2, 114 | they may receive you into ~everlasting dwellings." Now it is through 89 2, 114 | anyone is ~received into everlasting dwellings, for by it alone 90 2, 114 | alone does anyone merit ~everlasting life as stated above (A[ 91 2, 114 | moved by God to reach life everlasting ~through the gift of grace; 92 2, 114 | reach the glory of life everlasting, but so as to lead others 93 2, 114 | to receive others into ~everlasting dwellings, either by impetrating 94 2, 114 | merit to be received into everlasting dwellings.~Aquin.: SMT FS 95 2, 114 | in grace he merits life everlasting ~by the good works he does, 96 2, 114 | no one can attain life everlasting unless he is restored by 97 2, 114 | absolutely" merits life ~everlasting except by the act of final 98 2, 114 | such act a man merits life ~everlasting. If, therefore, the increase 99 2, 114 | xviii, 4) says that "life everlasting might have been ~awarded 100 2, 114 | enable them to attain to everlasting life; and thus these temporal 101 2, 114 | purpose. And thus as ~life everlasting is simply the reward of 102 2, 114 | thereby helped to reach life everlasting. But to ~the just who are 103 2, 1 | is about the ~simple and everlasting truth." Now this is the 104 2, 1 | resurrection of the dead ~and life everlasting. Thus there are seven articles 105 2, 1 | the resurrection and life ~everlasting, can from one point of view 106 2, 10 | man who is in danger of ~everlasting death, than one who is in 107 2, 10 | unbelievers ~are in danger of everlasting death, should they be left 108 2, 10 | rescue it from the danger of ~everlasting death.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 109 2, 17 | you cursed, into everlasting fire, which was prepared 110 2, 18 | already enjoy ~wisdom in everlasting happiness. Now every fear 111 2, 18 | security which is ~essential to everlasting happiness, as stated above ( 112 2, 18 | will lead us to, will be everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 113 2, 22 | end of ~human life, viz. everlasting happiness, it follows that 114 2, 22 | and the fellowship of ~everlasting happiness, on which this 115 2, 23 | founded upon the fellowship of everlasting happiness. Now ~this fellowship 116 2, 23 | the grace of God is life everlasting": ~wherefore charity itself 117 2, 23 | act of charity can merit everlasting life; and this is more than 118 2, 23 | Every act of charity merits everlasting life, which, ~however, is 119 2, 23 | in which manifestation everlasting ~life consists, according 120 2, 24 | based on the fellowship of ~everlasting happiness, to which the 121 2, 24 | confer the capacity ~for everlasting life, whereas the likeness 122 2, 24 | a natural ~capacity for everlasting life; wherefore the comparison 123 2, 24 | founded upon the fellowship of everlasting happiness, in which men ~ 124 2, 24 | blessings pertaining to everlasting life, and it is on the latter ~ 125 2, 24 | whereas we are partakers of everlasting ~happiness, by reason not 126 2, 24 | charity, to desire the good of everlasting life, to which charity is ~ 127 2, 24 | OBJ 1: The possession of everlasting happiness is not impossible ~ 128 2, 24 | based on the fellowship of everlasting ~life, rather than on the 129 2, 24 | possibility of ~obtaining everlasting happiness: not so those 130 2, 25 | wish an ~equal good, viz. everlasting life. Therefore we ought 131 2, 25 | same generic good, namely ~everlasting happiness. Secondly love 132 2, 25 | charity wishes to all, viz. everlasting ~happiness, is one in itself, 133 2, 30 | they may ~receive you into everlasting dwellings, which passage 134 2, 30 | xxxv, 1): "Who shall have everlasting dwellings unless the ~saints 135 2, 41 | a fault, than to await ~everlasting torments." Therefore scandal 136 2, 76 | of ~you shall dwell with everlasting burnings? . . . He that 137 2, 81 | Again, His kingdom is everlasting, ~according to Ps. 144:13, " 138 2, 120 | of wisdom bringeth to the everlasting kingdom": ~secondly, as 139 2, 137 | man, by bringing him to everlasting life, which is the end of 140 2, 160 | will make thee to be an everlasting ~pride [Douay: 'glory'], 141 2, 163 | from Me'] you ~cursed into everlasting fire, which was prepared 142 2, 163 | was already condemned to everlasting ~fire on account of his 143 2, 166 | sin alone is deserving of everlasting mourning.~Aquin.: SMT SS 144 2, 178 | all ~our actions and the everlasting perfection of our joys." 145 2, 178 | things unperishable and everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 146 3, 1 | perish, but ~may have life everlasting." Therefore it was necessary 147 3, 2 | of the righteous in their everlasting seat." Therefore it ~would 148 3, 7 | grace of God (is) life ~everlasting." Now the inheritance of 149 3, 7 | Now the inheritance of everlasting life was due to Christ ~ 150 3, 22 | that the victim had not an everlasting ~virtue, for which reason 151 3, 46 | to which man had deserved everlasting ~condemnation. Therefore 152 3, 46 | perish, but may have life everlasting."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 153 3, 46 | perish, but may have life everlasting." Secondly, on Christ's 154 3, 46 | the like for the sake of everlasting glory ~are denoted by the 155 3, 49 | into the destruction of ~everlasting death. And all who resisted 156 3, 49 | have ~loved thee with an everlasting love"; but because the source 157 3, 49 | kingdom of heaven by obtaining everlasting beatitude, which ~consists 158 3, 52 | shed the light of ~glory everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 159 3, 52 | The grace of God is life everlasting." Therefore, since children 160 3, 52 | temporal nor ~transitory, but everlasting, according to Heb. 10:14: " 161 3, 54 | Resurrection He resumed unto an everlasting life, the body which in 162 3, 54 | but to wear them as an everlasting trophy of His ~victory." 163 3, 56 | 46: "some shall go into everlasting ~punishment." Therefore 164 3, 57 | to prevent it from being everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 165 3, 57 | which Christ bestows is an everlasting ~one, according to Is. 51: 166 3, 59 | end of beatitude, which is everlasting salvation, to ~which men 167 3, 59 | the good angels, which is everlasting bliss; and as ~to the essential 168 3, 59 | wicked angels, which is everlasting ~damnation. But this was 169 3, 60 | sanctification, and the end life everlasting." Therefore it ~seems that 170 3, 69 | the grace of God is life everlasting." And ~consequently Baptism 171 3, 73 | the grace of God ~is life everlasting" (Rm. 6:23); or because 172 3, 74 | which is the entering ~into everlasting life: hence Ambrose says ( 173 3, 74 | and springs forth unto everlasting life."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 174 3, 77 | body, but the bread of everlasting life, which supports the 175 3, 79 | This is the bread of everlasting life, which supports the ~ 176 3, 83 | eternal life, and the cup of ~everlasting salvation."~Aquin.: SMT 177 3, 86 | have loved thee with an everlasting love, ~therefore have I 178 3, 86 | grace of God (is) life ~everlasting." Hence there is no comparison.~ 179 3, 88 | grace, ~and the debt of everlasting punishment are common to 180 3, 88 | and makes him deserving of everlasting punishment, just as he was 181 Suppl, 2 | 1]: "No man desires life everlasting ~unless he repent of this 182 Suppl, 3 | God; and some also are everlasting, e.g. the punishment of 183 Suppl, 3 | sin; whereas that which is everlasting is ~simply to be shunned 184 Suppl, 4 | man, by sinning, deserved everlasting punishment, ~and sinned 185 Suppl, 4 | against the eternal God, the everlasting punishment being ~commuted 186 Suppl, 7 | article which is about ~life everlasting, because it arises from 187 Suppl, 8 | suffices to deliver them from everlasting death. Consequently ~there 188 Suppl, 47| that, The marriage bond is everlasting. Hence whatever is ~inconsistent 189 Suppl, 49| sacraments which produce an everlasting effect ~imprint a character. 190 Suppl, 49| makes a marriage is not ~everlasting materially, i.e. in regard 191 Suppl, 49| formally ~speaking it is everlasting, because it is a consent 192 Suppl, 49| no marriage. Hence it is everlasting formally, inasmuch ~as an 193 Suppl, 55| of having ~been moved is everlasting, since what has been never 194 Suppl, 63| sacrament which causes an everlasting ~effect: for then, if the 195 Suppl, 63| sacraments which have not an everlasting effect can be repeated without ~ 196 Suppl, 69| temporal punishment, whereas everlasting punishment is due to him: ~ 197 Suppl, 70| is ever separated, as the everlasting from the ~corruptible: for 198 Suppl, 70| from Me, you cursed, into everlasting fire, which ~was prepared 199 Suppl, 71| gathereth fruit unto life ~everlasting." Now a share of eternal 200 Suppl, 71| for men condemned to ~the everlasting fire, as there is now for 201 Suppl, 72| place where there is an everlasting stain is never ~cleansed. 202 Suppl, 72| been judged, and cast into everlasting fire, the figure of this ~ 203 Suppl, 72| you cursed . . . ~into everlasting fire which was prepared 204 Suppl, 72| mortal sin which causes everlasting death through impenitence 205 Suppl, 72| Hence that death will be everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[75] A[ 206 Suppl, 72| of movement towards the ~everlasting union of soul and body. 207 Suppl, 72| rest (Phys. v, 6): and the everlasting union of ~soul and body 208 Suppl, 73| 21), and to the feast of everlasting ~solemnity.~Aquin.: SMT 209 Suppl, 83| will be punished with an everlasting punishment both ~in soul 210 Suppl, 83| 46): "These shall go into everlasting ~punishment." But this would 211 Suppl, 83| punishments by making them ~everlasting. If however we say that 212 Suppl, 83| they are said to be in "everlasting ~death," according to the 213 Suppl, 83| bodies will be ~consigned to everlasting punishment. Now the Divine 214 Suppl, 86| immediately from God, namely the everlasting ~banishment from the Divine 215 Suppl, 88| it will proceed from an everlasting agent ~which will preserve 216 Suppl, 88| incorruptibility ~and to a state of everlasting rest, wherefore it is written ( 217 Suppl, 92| thus: "The dowry is the everlasting adornment of ~soul and body 218 Suppl, 92| 1]), the dowry is "the ~everlasting adornment of body and soul 219 Suppl, 93| sanctification, and ~the end life everlasting." Yet neither in this sense 220 Suppl, 94| from Me, ~you cursed, into everlasting fire."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 221 Suppl, 94| commenting on Job 10:22, "But everlasting horror dwelleth," Gregory 222 Suppl, 94| sinners will be cast into ~everlasting fire, not material fire, 223 Suppl, 94| knows of what kind is the everlasting fire, unless the ~Spirit 224 Suppl, 94| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the everlasting and the corruptible differ 225 Suppl, 94| corruptible, whereas the other is ~everlasting: "Depart from Me, you cursed, 226 Suppl, 94| from Me, you cursed, into everlasting fire" (Mt. ~25:41). Therefore 227 Suppl, 94| violent or accidental can be everlasting. But ~this fire will be 228 Suppl, 96| Therefore it cannot be everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 229 Suppl, 96| their punishment cannot be everlasting. Therefore it would seem ~ 230 Suppl, 96| wicked, ~"shall go into everlasting punishment."~Aquin.: SMT 231 Suppl, 96| everyone . . . may have'] life everlasting." Therefore according to ~ 232 Suppl, 96| according to ~Divine justice an everlasting punishment is due to temporal 233 Suppl, 96| saints and ~condemned to everlasting punishment, because as Augustine 234 Suppl, 96| earthly state is not deemed everlasting is accidental, ~either because 235 Suppl, 96| are justly ~condemned to everlasting punishment for a temporal 236 Suppl, 96| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The everlasting punishment of the wicked 237 Suppl, 96| punishment also will be everlasting.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 238 Suppl, 96| from Me, you cursed, ~into everlasting fire, which is prepared 239 Suppl, 96| damned: "These shall go into everlasting punishment: but the just, ~ 240 Suppl, 96| but the just, ~into life everlasting." But it is inadmissible 241 Suppl, 96| of the body will suffer everlasting punishment." ~Therefore 242 Appen2, 1| will not be consigned to everlasting death, ~since "he that liveth 243 Appen2, 1| 46, "These shall go into everlasting ~punishment [Vulg.: 'fire']."


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