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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 24 | and let thy heart keep My commandments," and further on, "Write 2 1, 64 | over them who despise God's commandments, and he rejoices over this ~ 3 1, 65 | over them who despise God's commandments, and he rejoices over this ~ 4 2, 30 | Further, the desire for the commandments of God is not in the ~sensitive 5 2, 30 | But desire ~for God's commandments is an act of concupiscence, 6 2, 43 | punishments, man keeps His commandments, ~and thus begins to hope, 7 2, 47 | as he despises God in His commandments. Secondly, in so ~far as 8 2, 68 | the counsels surpass the ~commandments), but as regards the manner 9 2, 73 | disobedience of the heavenly commandments." Therefore whoever commits ~ 10 2, 73 | of the law. Now all the ~commandments of the law are from one 11 2, 87 | by breaking one of ~His commandments. Consequently such sins 12 2, 87 | by transgressing God's commandments, suffers, ~either willingly 13 2, 91 | induce men to observe its ~commandments. This the Old Law did by 14 2, 96 | depends chiefly on the ~commandments of God. But sometimes God' 15 2, 96 | God. But sometimes God's commandments are made void by ~human 16 2, 96 | that are contrary to the ~commandments of God, which is beyond 17 2, 98 | he wills and ~runs in the commandments of God, "but of God that 18 2, 98 | have run the way of Thy ~commandments, when Thou didst enlarge 19 2, 99 | Making void the Law of ~commandments contained in decrees": where 20 2, 99 | Old Law comprises ~many commandments.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 21 2, 99 | expressing the end of all commandments: because love of ~one's 22 2, 99 | Mt. 22:40): "On these two commandments dependeth the whole Law 23 2, 99 | shall do." But the ten ~commandments of the Law are moral precepts. 24 2, 99 | ceremonies, His judgments and commandments." Now ~precepts concern 25 2, 99 | others ~which are called "commandments." [*The "commandments" ( 26 2, 99 | called "commandments." [*The "commandments" (mandata) spoken of ~here 27 2, 99 | to be confused with the ~Commandments (praecepta) in the ordinary 28 2, 99 | done. These may be called "commandments"; because ~they are expressed 29 2, 99 | precepts, charity in the commandments." Duty as fixed ~by the 30 2, 99 | justice. Furthermore the ~commandments may be distinguished from 31 2, 99 | prescribed; and those things ~"commandments" which He enjoined [mandavit] 32 2, 99 | punishments or rewards of the commandments of the Divine law.~Aquin.: 33 2, 100 | and a disobedience to the commandments ~of heaven." But there are 34 2, 100 | 1: The fulfilment of the commandments of the Law, even of ~those 35 2, 100 | and a disobedience to the commandments of ~heaven." But sins are 36 2, 100 | OBJ 5: Further, all the commandments of God should be retained 37 2, 100 | enter into ~life, keep the commandments": whence it seems to follow 38 2, 100 | that the ~observance of the commandments suffices for entrance into 39 2, 100 | commandment"; but "keep" all "the commandments": among which is ~included 40 2, 100 | Mt. 22:40), "on these two commandments" of charity "dependeth the 41 2, 100 | prophets." But these two commandments are explained by the ~ten 42 2, 100 | are explained by the ~ten commandments of the decalogue. Therefore 43 2, 100 | promulgation; such as the commandments of the love of God and our ~ 44 2, 100 | it ~were, the ends of the commandments; wherefore no man can have 45 2, 100 | people." To the other two ~commandments no further precepts are 46 2, 101 | thy God, and neglect His commandments and judgments ~and ceremonies." 47 2, 102 | Making void the law of the ~commandments," the gloss says, (i.e.) " 48 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts are ~commandments of God. Therefore they are 49 2, 102 | in ~the observance of the commandments. These sacrifices were divided 50 2, 102 | which were written the ten commandments of the Law. Now the ark 51 2, 102 | stone, and the Law, and the commandments which I have written: that 52 2, 102 | to be mindful of God's commandments concerns not the ~body but 53 2, 102 | that they should "bind" the commandments of God "as a sign" on ~their 54 2, 102 | may ~remember . . . the commandments of the Lord."~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 103 | This is the book of ~the commandments of God, and the law that 56 2, 106 | teachings of faith, and those ~commandments which direct human affections 57 2, 107 | induced men to observe its commandments ~by threatening them with 58 2, 107 | break one of ~these least commandments," that the lesser commandments 59 2, 107 | commandments," that the lesser commandments are those of the ~Law, and 60 2, 107 | the ~Law, and the greater commandments, those contained in the 61 2, 107 | unknown ~author]) say: "The commandments given to Moses are easy 62 2, 107 | commit adultery: but the commandments of ~Christ are difficult 63 2, 107 | also (1 Jn. 5:3) that "His ~commandments are not heavy": which words 64 2, 108 | actions. For there are ten commandments of the decalogue ~directing 65 2, 108 | that we must observe His commandments, ~and that it is not enough 66 2, 108 | lawful, on account of the commandments of the Law about the slaying 67 2, 108 | perfection are ~found among the commandments, as, for instance, "Love 68 2, 108 | distinguished from ~the commandments.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 69 2, 108 | counsels are added to the commandments, and not in ~the Old Law, 70 2, 108 | therefore understand ~the commandments of the New Law to have been 71 2, 108 | disorder is removed by ~the commandments. Nevertheless, for man to 72 2, 108 | but also by obeying His ~commandments, according to Jn. 10:27: " 73 2, 109 | without grace man can keep the commandments of the Law?~(5) Whether 74 2, 109 | natural powers can fulfil the ~commandments of the Law?~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 109 | powers, can fulfil the commandments of the Law. For the Apostle 76 2, 109 | Hence a man can fulfil the commandments of the Law without ~grace.~ 77 2, 109 | a man can fulfil all the commandments of himself.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 109 | OBJ 3: Further, of all the commandments of the Law, the greatest 79 2, 109 | man can ~fulfil all the commandments of the Law without grace.~ 80 2, 109 | can fulfil ~all the Divine commandments."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[109] 81 2, 109 | two ways of fulfilling the commandments of the ~Law. The first regards 82 2, 109 | nature could fulfil all the commandments of the Law; ~otherwise he 83 2, 109 | to transgress the Divine commandments. But in the state ~of corrupted 84 2, 109 | cannot fulfil all the Divine commandments without ~healing grace. 85 2, 109 | healing grace. Secondly, the commandments of the law can be fulfilled, ~ 86 2, 109 | nature can man fulfil the commandments of the law without grace. 87 2, 109 | in order to fulfil the ~commandments, as stated above (AA[2], 88 2, 109 | enter into life, keep the ~commandments"; from which it would seem 89 2, 109 | 4]), that to fulfil the commandments of the Law, in ~their due 90 2, 109 | from God and ~breaks His commandments, and thus sins mortally: 91 2, 2 | troubled; that I may keep Thy commandments." Therefore ~it seems enough 92 2, 4 | the will to fulfil God's commandments. In this way it is ~not 93 2, 4 | inclination to fulfil the commandments ~considered as a duty. In 94 2, 5 | does he also in keeping the commandments of the Law. Now a man ~can 95 2, 5 | Now a man ~can obey some commandments, and disobey others. Therefore 96 2, 12 | submissive in obeying His commandments; thirdly, by ~certain special 97 2, 12 | mind against the Divine commandments: and though man may apostatize ~ 98 2, 12 | rebellion against God's commandments, an ~act that is to be found 99 2, 15 | continual ~remembrance of God's commandments is signified, since it is 100 2, 16 | to love God and obey His commandments. On the other ~hand, in 101 2, 21 | of the first ~and fourth commandments.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[22] A[ 102 2, 23 | follow the rule of His ~commandments; since whatever is contrary 103 2, 23 | whatever is contrary to His commandments is ~manifestly contrary 104 2, 23 | which is contrary to ~God's commandments, an obstacle is placed to 105 2, 25 | 1/1~On the contrary, The commandments of the decalogue contain 106 2, 30 | place thy treasure in ~the commandments of the Most High, and it 107 2, 31 | account of scandal. Now God's commandments are vital truths. Since, ~ 108 2, 31 | ought to understand the commandments of ~Holy Writ. Now among 109 2, 32 | break one ~of these least commandments," says: "The commandments 110 2, 32 | commandments," says: "The commandments of Moses, Thou ~shalt not 111 2, 32 | On the other hand ~the commandments of Christ such as, Thou 112 2, 33 | sluggishness in regard to the ~commandments, wandering of the mind after 113 2, 33 | sluggishness" about the commandments seems to be the same as ~ 114 2, 33 | sluggishness about the ~commandments." The struggle against spiritual 115 2, 37 | makes a man disobey the commandments of the Church, ~because 116 2, 37 | disobedience ~against the heavenly commandments." Therefore every sin is 117 2, 37 | rebelliously disobeying ~the commandments: and I say "rebelliously," 118 2, 37 | obstinately scorns the commandments of the Church, and refuses 119 2, 42 | we were treating ~of the commandments, the mode of love does not 120 2, 42 | we were treating of the commandments, the precepts are to the 121 2, 42 | Mt. 22:40): "On these two commandments ~dependeth the whole Law 122 2, 42 | disobedience of the heavenly ~commandments." If therefore this precept 123 2, 54 | treating of precepts, the commandments of the decalogue being given ~ 124 2, 60 | everyone is bound to keep the ~commandments of the Divine law. Therefore 125 2, 81 | me into the path of Thy commandments."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 126 2, 81 | rightly signify, 'May Thy commandments be ~obeyed' on earth as 127 2, 91 | be in accordance with the commandments of God and of the Church, 128 2, 91 | not in accordance with the commandments ~of God and of the Church, 129 2, 94 | because I have sought Thy commandments."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 130 2, 102 | God, and keepeth not His commandments, is a ~liar . . . but he 131 2, 103 | requires that we obey His commandments, as stated ~above (Q[24], 132 2, 103 | to be disobedient to the commandments of ~God is a mortal sin, 133 2, 103 | Body Para. 2/2~Again, the commandments of God contain the precept 134 2, 103 | person ~commanding. As to the commandments of God, it is evident that 135 2, 110 | so as to contemn God's commandments for ~the sake of boasting: 136 2, 145 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Those commandments which are given under the 137 2, 145 | of the Church. ~For the commandments of the Church are binding 138 2, 145 | are binding even as the commandments ~of God, according to Lk. 139 2, 145 | all ~are bound to keep the commandments of God. Therefore in like 140 2, 145 | bound to fast. For ~the commandments of the Church are not binding 141 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The commandments of God are precepts of the 142 2, 145 | necessary for salvation. But the commandments ~of the Church are about 143 2, 145 | we ~transgress the Lord's commandments which are delivered to us 144 2, 146 | ready to disobey ~God's commandments, in order to obtain those 145 2, 159 | fear God and bear all His commandments in mind."~Aquin.: SMT SS 146 2, 160 | when he transgresses ~His commandments by sin." Now according to 147 2, 160 | disobedience of ~the heavenly commandments." Therefore every sin is 148 2, 160 | though ~one may break the commandments of the Law by any kind of 149 2, 160 | always break the ~Divine commandments through contempt, but sometimes 150 2, 160 | namely the breaking of the commandments, which applies to every ~ 151 2, 160 | aversion from God and His commandments, which is a ~consequence 152 2, 181 | obedience to the Divine commandments suffices alone for the ~ 153 2, 182 | observing ~the counsels or the commandments?~(4) Whether whoever is 154 2, 182 | in the observance of the ~commandments or of the counsels?~Aquin.: 155 2, 182 | the ~observance not of the commandments but of the counsels. For 156 2, 182 | to the observance of the commandments, ~since this is necessary 157 2, 182 | consists in observing the commandments, it follows ~that perfection 158 2, 182 | in the observance of the commandments, since ~the perfection of 159 2, 182 | precede the observance of the commandments, ~since according to Jn. 160 2, 182 | of life regards not the commandments but the counsels.~Aquin.: 161 2, 182 | thyself"; and these are the commandments of ~which our Lord said ( 162 2, 182 | Mt. 22:40): "On these two commandments dependeth the ~whole law 163 2, 182 | the matter of the chief ~commandments of the Divine law, as stated 164 2, 182 | in the observance of the commandments; wherefore Augustine says ( 165 2, 182 | all of which, like the commandments, are ~directed to charity; 166 2, 182 | in the same way. For the commandments, other ~than the precepts 167 2, 183 | enter into life, keep the commandments," said ~afterwards by way 168 2, 183 | would have disobeyed these commandments if they believed themselves 169 2, 187 | in the observance of the ~commandments should enter religion?~( 170 2, 187 | practiced in keeping the commandments should ~enter religion?~ 171 2, 187 | in the observance of the commandments. For our Lord gave the ~ 172 2, 187 | said that he had kept the ~commandments "from his youth." Now all 173 2, 187 | in the observance of the ~commandments.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 174 2, 187 | the lesser things are the commandments which belong to common ~ 175 2, 187 | easier observance of the commandments. Therefore they ~would seem 176 2, 187 | which follows after. Now the commandments precede the counsels, because ~ 177 2, 187 | the counsels keeps ~the commandments, but the converse does not 178 2, 187 | in the observance of the commandments.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 179 2, 187 | in the ~observance of the commandments was called by our Lord to 180 2, 187 | in the observance of the commandments before passing to the ~perfection 181 2, 187 | in the ~observance of the commandments should enter religion in 182 2, 187 | is true that he kept the commandments ~imperfectly and in a general 183 2, 187 | ends, so to ~say, of the commandments and counsels. These are 184 2, 187 | first of all to keep the commandments in the world before entering ~ 185 3, 39 | signifies the ~fulfilment of the commandments of the Law: in which two 186 3, 40 | lusts we transgress the commandments of the Lord, ~which are 187 3, 42 | stone and the law, and the ~commandments which I have written." Therefore 188 3, 71 | ears be opened ~to hear the commandments of God, that his senses 189 3, 88 | contempt of God in His ~commandments. Therefore it is evident 190 3, 89 | never ~transgressed thy commandments": and this dignity the penitent 191 Suppl, 1 | strays from ~the Divine commandments. Consequently that which 192 Suppl, 13| the fulfillment of God's commandments, over and above which he 193 Suppl, 65| the law of nature has its commandments even as the ~written law 194 Suppl, 65| they did not disobey the ~commandments of the law, since it was 195 Suppl, 67| 1~I answer that, In the commandments, especially those which 196 Suppl, 84| Testaments in whom God's ~commandments are exemplified." Hence 197 Suppl, 93| who ~keep the counsels and commandments receive a greater reward 198 Suppl, 93| than those ~who keep the commandments only, nor seemingly does 199 Suppl, 93| keeps the counsels and the commandments always ~merits more than 200 Suppl, 93| more than he who keeps the commandments only, if we gather the ~ 201 Suppl, 93| sometimes a ~man keeps the commandments alone out of greater charity 202 Suppl, 93| than one who ~keeps both commandments and counsels. For the most 203 Suppl, 93| Christians and keep the commandments of God, that they have a 204 Suppl, 93| life go beyond the general commandments." But to ~die for confessing 205 Suppl, 93| life to ~those who keep the commandments: 'If thou wilt enter into 206 Suppl, 93| enter into life, keep the ~commandments' (Mt. 19:17). To this is 207 Suppl, 96| sins against God, Whose ~commandments he breaks, and Whose honor


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