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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | goodness were such as to bring good even out of ~evil." 2 1, 9 | exist in ~themselves to bring them to nothing. In this 3 1, 14 | knows many things by one, bring ~forward some examples, 4 1, 23 | natural causes are directed to bring about ~those natural effects, 5 1, 32 | number" - namely, three - "we bring ourselves to ~acknowledge 6 1, 46 | what is of faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are 7 1, 49 | 18): "A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: 8 1, 50 | Moses the Jew, wishing to bring both into harmony, held ~ 9 1, 69 | thorns and thistles shall ~it bring forth to thee," show that 10 1, 69 | 1:11): ~"Let the earth bring forth the green herb, and 11 1, 69 | Hence it is said: "Shall it ~bring forth TO THEE."~Aquin.: 12 1, 70 | it says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~ 13 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature ~ 14 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping creature 15 1, 71 | a higher order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~ 16 1, 71 | whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the more 17 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature 18 1, 72 | the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," 19 1, 72 | have been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed 20 1, 75 | animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" ( 21 1, 47 | what is of faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are 22 1, 50 | 18): "A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit."~Aquin.: 23 1, 51 | Moses the Jew, wishing to bring both into harmony, held ~ 24 1, 70 | thorns and thistles shall ~it bring forth to thee," show that 25 1, 70 | 1:11): ~"Let the earth bring forth the green herb, and 26 1, 70 | Hence it is said: "Shall it ~bring forth TO THEE."~Aquin.: 27 1, 71 | it says: "Let the earth bring forth the green ~herb."~ 28 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature ~ 29 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the ~creeping creature 30 1, 71 | a higher order. For they bring forth living beings, whereas ~ 31 1, 71 | whereas ~birds and fishes bring forth eggs. But the more 32 1, 71 | the words, "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creature 33 1, 71 | the words, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living creature," 34 1, 71 | have been, "Let the ~earth bring forth the living four-footed 35 1, 74 | animals: "Let the earth bring forth the living soul" ( 36 1, 103 | not in Thy fury, lest Thou bring me to nothing."~Aquin.: 37 1, 104 | Did. vi, ~8), nothing can bring a form into any particular 38 1, 107 | 15:24), that Christ will "bring ~to naught all principality 39 1, 112 | not so efficacious as to bring ~them to salvation: efficacious, 40 1, 116 | sometimes goes so far as to bring on sickness and death. Much 41 1, 117 | Gn. 1:20: "Let the waters bring forth the creeping creatures 42 2, 9 | father of men and of gods bring on" ~[*Odyssey xviii. 135] ( 43 2, 20 | 18): ~"A good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit, neither 44 2, 20 | neither can an evil tree ~bring forth good fruit." But, 45 2, 21 | that are ~done, God will bring into judgment . . . whether 46 2, 36 | all: wherefore ~it cannot bring about that which causes 47 2, 38 | the very fact that they bring nature back to its normal ~ 48 2, 42 | some good can by its power bring harm to the good we love: 49 2, 61 | the passions," i.e. they bring them to the relative mean; " 50 2, 63 | iv), "it is God's rule to bring about ~extremes through 51 2, 63 | chastise his body, and bring it into ~subjection" (1 52 2, 73 | 18, "A good tree cannot bring forth ~evil fruit": and 53 2, 75 | for "a good ~tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7: 54 2, 77 | work'] in our members to bring forth fruit ~unto death." 55 2, 77 | proper to mortal sin to bring forth fruit unto ~death. 56 2, 80 | is a sin; but he ~cannot bring about the necessity of sinning. 57 2, 80 | power; ~wherefore he cannot bring about the necessity of sinning.~ 58 2, 87 | purpose of punishment is to bring man back to the good of 59 2, 87 | x, 9). Now sin does not bring man back to ~the good of 60 2, 87 | not in Thy fury, lest Thou bring me to nothing." Now ~God' 61 2, 94 | because nature did not bring in the contrary: thus ~we 62 2, 96 | Further, human laws often bring loss of character and injury 63 2, 98 | him, without being able to bring him back ~to health. Again 64 2, 98 | of the Divine law is ~to bring man to that end which is 65 2, 102 | priest, whose duty it was to bring ~the people to God: and 66 2, 102 | Consequently God being wishful to ~bring His people back to a more 67 2, 102 | first-fruits, which ~they held to bring them good luck: or they 68 2, 102 | 26): "Neither shalt thou bring ~anything of the idol into 69 2, 105 | ground, and ~they shall bring her into a rough and stony 70 2, 105 | go astray; but thou shalt bring them back ~to thy brother," 71 2, 105 | stand without, and he shall bring out to thee what he hath": 72 2, 105 | seqq.) that a father should bring ~his son to the ancients 73 2, 106 | in order that it might bring succor to all.~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 109 | fire has heat, it would not bring about ~alteration, except 75 2, 109 | determined act, which it can bring about in proportion to its 76 2, 109 | nothing can by its operation bring about an ~effect which exceeds 77 2, 112 | Now an instrument does not bring ~forth the action of the 78 2, 112 | which He Himself does not bring about.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 79 2, 113 | wilt turn us, O God, and bring us to ~life." Hence for 80 2, 2 | demonstrations which can bring intellectual ~vision to 81 2, 16 | Him. But ~we ask God to bring others to eternal happiness, 82 2, 19 | because "a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7: 83 2, 30 | and in ~this respect they bring forth a spiritual fruit, 84 2, 30 | Most High, and it shall bring thee more profit ~than gold."~ 85 2, 30 | relief. Nevertheless we must bring ~discretion to bear on the 86 2, 31 | does ~not sin, nor does he bring a further condemnation on 87 2, 31 | secret sins one ought not to bring ~witnesses forward before 88 2, 31 | therefore ought ~one to bring forward witnesses to prove 89 2, 31 | Therefore it is useless to ~bring witnesses forward in such 90 2, 31 | before the superior." Now ~to bring a matter before a superior 91 2, 32 | work in ~our members to bring forth fruit unto death." 92 2, 38 | whom you war against, and bring them to the prosperity ~ 93 2, 41 | because "a ~good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit" (Mt. 7: 94 2, 41 | excommunication ~of a few threatens to bring about the danger of a schism, 95 2, 43 | Secondly, that he should bring to his neighbor's deficiencies, 96 2, 62 | Ethic. iii, 6). Therefore to bring death upon oneself in order 97 2, 64 | you ~take them from and bring them into being?" Now whatever 98 2, 69 | enemy's ass going astray, bring it ~back to him." He says 99 2, 72 | trouble his friends, and bring in debate in the midst of 100 2, 74 | of Moses, ~he durst not bring against him the judgment 101 2, 81 | marriages, ~which sometimes bring about the total wreck of 102 2, 85 | written (Malach. 3:10): "Bring all the ~tithes into My [ 103 2, 87 | neither can an evil tree bring forth good ~fruit." Now 104 2, 87 | future time, when He "will bring to light the hidden things 105 2, 89 | hearts, but that we may ~bring ourselves and our hearers 106 2, 92 | since ~"a good tree cannot bring forth evil fruit," according 107 2, 95 | written (Malach. 3:10): "Bring all the tithes into ~the 108 2, 112 | mourning" it is not that he may bring sorrow to his neighbor, 109 2, 112 | charity": but that he may ~bring consolation to the sorrowful, 110 2, 120 | go astray, but thou shalt bring them back to thy brother." 111 2, 130 | written ~(Is. 43:6,7): "Bring My sons from afar, and My 112 2, 133 | are sinful, they do not bring shame on a ~man, since neither 113 2, 139 | withstands the vices that ~bring most dishonor on man, as 114 2, 146 | OBJ 4: Gluttony is said to bring virtue to naught, not so 115 2, 154 | it is more ~difficult to bring back to the truth one who 116 2, 159 | incompr. Nat. Dei, ~Hom. v]: "Bring me a pair of two-horse chariots: 117 2, 162 | nature of the ~earth "to bring forth thorns and thistles," 118 2, 162 | In sorrow shalt thou ~bring forth." As regards family 119 2, 162 | Thorns and thistles ~shall it bring forth to thee."~Aquin.: 120 2, 162 | because their ~growth would bring no labor or punishment for 121 2, 162 | needs suffer sorrows and bring forth her child with pain: ~ 122 2, 162 | anything shameful that would bring confusion ~on him. Hence 123 2, 170 | able at the same instant to bring into being ~matter and disposition 124 2, 179 | concept in words, so as to bring another ~man to understand 125 2, 182 | stormy sea and is able to bring the ship ~safely out of 126 2, 183 | bishop when it was certain to bring one into graver ~dangers." 127 2, 183 | be perfect ~in order to bring others to perfection, but 128 2, 186 | the cares ~which riches bring with them; wherefore our 129 2, 187 | before they are seasoned they bring ~down the whole building" ( 130 2, 187 | He Who made this promise bring us, Jesus Christ our Lord, ~" 131 3, 1 | evils to happen in ~order to bring a greater good therefrom; 132 3, 7 | particular ~manner in order to bring about this or that act. 133 3, 8 | that ~anyone is said to bring his purpose to a head when 134 3, 13 | create, so, too, He alone can bring creatures to nothing, and ~ 135 3, 14 | be tempted in ~it and so bring succor to us.~Aquin.: SMT 136 3, 16 | the ~Divine Nature, but bring about our salvation, how 137 3, 30 | conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring forth a son."~Aquin.: SMT 138 3, 31 | fitting that He should ~bring corruption or diminution 139 3, 31 | has not been possible to bring to complete seminal ~perfection. 140 3, 32 | power to receive and to bring forth the Word of God." 141 3, 32 | while remaining a virgin, bring Him forth, not actively, 142 3, 35 | 16: "In sorrow shalt thou bring forth ~children." But Christ 143 3, 35 | in sorrow ~shalt thou bring forth children," the following 144 3, 35 | mingling, therefore ~did she bring Him forth without pain, 145 3, 35 | Christ came in order to bring us back from a state of ~ 146 3, 36 | His ~Virgin-Mother could bring them to the town of Bethlehem, 147 3, 37 | from ~Mt. 1:21: "She shall bring forth a son, and thou shalt 148 3, 38 | sin as baptism is wont to bring now that grace is revealed." ~ 149 3, 38 | baptized therewith. But to bring the ~nations into the way 150 3, 40 | He ~might perfect it and bring it to an end in His own 151 3, 41 | I chastise my body, and bring it into subjection, lest 152 3, 48 | Christ's Passion did not bring about our ~salvation by 153 3, 48 | Christ's Passion did not bring about our ~salvation by 154 3, 48 | Christ's Passion did not bring about our ~salvation efficiently. 155 3, 48 | Christ's ~Passion did not bring about our salvation efficiently.~ 156 3, 48 | it could not efficiently bring about the salvation of all 157 3, 49 | by God, by ~conspiring to bring about Christ's death, Who, 158 3, 54 | hither, and see My hands; and bring hither thy hand, and put 159 3, 55 | a woman was the first to bring the source of death to man, 160 3, 55 | the Resurrection, and to bring them comfort in ~their disturbed 161 3, 56 | because it is God who will bring about the resurrection of 162 3, 56 | be nothing else than to bring life back again; and this 163 3, 57 | another body, yet God can bring it about ~miraculously that 164 3, 59 | Lord come, who both will bring to light the hidden things 165 3, 59 | Christ's prerogative to bring them ~to such beatitude, 166 3, 64 | any man come to you, and bring not ~this doctrine, receive 167 3, 68 | that are done, God will bring into judgment." But works 168 3, 68 | by the act of those ~who bring them to be baptized.~Aquin.: 169 3, 69 | not disturbed because some bring children to ~be baptized, 170 3, 72 | is it God's intention to bring all ~things to perfection, 171 3, 73 | Furthermore, all the sacraments bring us help on our journey ~ 172 3, 78 | bread is ~consecrated do not bring about their effect without 173 3, 79 | spiritually the heavenly "bread, bring innocence to the altar." 174 3, 79 | perfect his contrition and bring forgiveness ~of sin.~Aquin.: 175 3, 79 | for ~ever" (Jn. 6:50): "Bring innocence to the altar: 176 3, 79 | heavenly bread ~spiritually; bring innocence to the altar; 177 3, 80 | movements of the flesh seem to bring with them ~only bodily uncleanness. 178 3, 89 | itself, has the power to bring all ~defects back to perfection, 179 3, 89 | although the shepherd bring it back on his shoulder, 180 3, 89 | are done in charity, is to bring ~man to eternal life; and 181 3, 89 | fail in their efficacy ~to bring the man, who did them, to 182 3, 89 | seems more difficult to bring to life that which has been 183 3, 90 | according to Lk. 3:8: "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy 184 Suppl, 1 | acts of virtue, since "they bring us neither praise nor ~blame" ( 185 Suppl, 13| is commanded (Lk. 3:8): "Bring forth . ~. . fruits worthy 186 Suppl, 21| of Moses, he durst not bring against him the judgment 187 Suppl, 21| Church's prayers. For they bring an ~increase of grace to 188 Suppl, 27| For there ~is no reason to bring supplies to those who supply 189 Suppl, 28| reasons. First, lest frequency bring it into contempt. Secondly, 190 Suppl, 31| written (James 5:14): "Let him bring in the ~priests of the Church."~ 191 Suppl, 52| when nature is unable to bring a thing to a greater ~perfection 192 Suppl, 59| each of them intends to bring up the child to the ~worship 193 Suppl, 59| everything intends naturally to bring its effect to perfection. ~ 194 Suppl, 60| hatred can, ~without sin, bring a criminal accusation of 195 Suppl, 62| retaliation, if he fails to bring proof. But this is impossible 196 Suppl, 62| therefore may the husband bring his wife's crime before ~ 197 Suppl, 69| sons (Gn. 44:38): "You will bring down my ~grey hairs with 198 Suppl, 69| to ~his sons, 'You will bring down my grey hairs with 199 Suppl, 72| the evils ~which I will bring upon this place." But Joas 200 Suppl, 74| faith, the resurrection will bring men to immortal life conformably 201 Suppl, 74| Lord shall come He "will bring to light the hidden ~things 202 Suppl, 78| resurrection of all men will bring them to the same ~quantity: 203 Suppl, 78| seed, which is ~unable to bring the matter of the fetus 204 Suppl, 84| 1 Cor. 4:5, "will . . . bring to light the ~hidden things 205 Suppl, 84| shame, ~as neither does it bring confusion to Mary Magdalen 206 Suppl, 84| this manifestation will bring them great glory on account 207 Suppl, 85| together all ~nations and will bring them down into the valley 208 Suppl, 86| Cor. 15:24): "He will then bring to naught [*Vulg.: 'When 209 Suppl, 88| known to Him alone Who will bring it about.~Aquin.: SMT XP 210 Suppl, 88| Thorns and thistles shall it bring forth to thee"; ~although 211 Suppl, 88| man's glorification will ~bring a change upon the state 212 Suppl, 94| dimly seen as ~are able to bring anguish to the heart. Wherefore, 213 Suppl, 95| the ~thought of God can bring sorrow, so that in this


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