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invisibilis 1
invisibility 1
invisible 202
invisibly 28
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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invisible

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | The Apostle says: "The invisible things of Him are ~clearly 2 1, 12 | things, not as we now see the invisible things of ~God as understood 3 1, 13 | what the Apostle says: "The invisible ~things of God are clearly 4 1, 14 | neither ~is there any creature invisible in His sight" (Heb. 4:12, 5 1, 31 | King of ages, immortal, invisible, ~the only God" (1 Tim. 6 1, 31 | words, "To the King of ages, invisible, the only God," as ~applying 7 1, 32 | its being ~concerned with invisible things, that exceed human 8 1, 33 | Who is the image of the ~invisible God, the first-born of every 9 1, 35 | Who is the ~Image of the invisible God, the firstborn of creatures" ( 10 1, 36 | for corporeal spirit is invisible, and ~has but little matter; 11 1, 36 | term to all immaterial and ~invisible substances. And by adding 12 1, 39 | King of ages, immortal, invisible, the only God," etc. (1 ~ 13 1, 41 | also the soul, or any other invisible substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 14 1, 43 | invisibly sent?~(6) To whom the invisible mission is directed?~(7) 15 1, 43 | in man according to His invisible mission.~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the invisible mission of the divine person 17 1, 43 | It would seem that the invisible mission of the divine person 18 1, 43 | person Himself; and so the invisible mission takes ~place according 19 1, 43 | be sent ~invisibly. For invisible mission of the divine person 20 1, 43 | person be sent to anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that 21 1, 43 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the invisible mission is to all who participate 22 1, 43 | It would seem that the invisible mission is not to all who ~ 23 1, 43 | Yet to them was made no invisible mission; for it is said ( 24 1, 43 | glorified." Therefore the invisible mission is not to all partakers 25 1, 43 | is only by grace. But the invisible ~mission is not according 26 1, 43 | continuous. Therefore the invisible mission is not ~to all who 27 1, 43 | united to God. Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all sharers 28 1, 43 | it is ~not said that the invisible mission is sent to them. 29 1, 43 | to them. Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all that 30 1, 43 | Trin. iii, 4; xv, 27), the ~invisible mission is for the creature' 31 1, 43 | sanctified. Therefore the invisible mission is ~to every such 32 1, 43 | renewal by grace. Thus the ~invisible mission is sent to all in 33 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The invisible mission was directed to 34 1, 43 | Trin. iv, 20), that the ~invisible mission of the Son "is in 35 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The invisible mission takes place also 36 1, 43 | perfectly to Him." ~Such invisible mission, however, chiefly 37 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The invisible mission is directed to the 38 1, 43 | of their beatitude. The invisible mission is made to them ~ 39 1, 43 | objects. To Christ the invisible mission was sent at the 40 1, 43 | purpose of manifesting the invisible mission; as invisible things ~ 41 1, 43 | the invisible mission; as invisible things ~are made known by 42 1, 43 | visible. So those to whom the invisible mission was ~not sent, ought 43 1, 43 | to all who ~received the invisible mission, whether in the 44 1, 43 | requires that he be led to the ~invisible by visible things, as explained 45 1, 43 | A[12]). Wherefore ~the invisible things of God must be made 46 1, 43 | was it fitting that the invisible missions ~also of the divine 47 1, 43 | is not necessary that the invisible mission should ~always be 48 1, 43 | Christ should show forth the invisible mission made to ~Him, not 49 1, 43 | designated, with the visible or invisible effect, applicable to the ~ 50 1, 45 | all things visible and ~invisible"; to the Son is attributed 51 1, 51 | to ~drink; but I use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12: 52 1, 56 | according to Rm. 1:20: ~"The invisible things of God are clearly 53 1, 65 | being, whether they are invisible and spiritual, or visible 54 1, 65 | temporal; while ~those that are invisible endure for ever. Hence he 55 1, 65 | lead us to Him; for "the invisible things of God are clearly 56 1, 65 | Word of God; that from ~invisible things visible things might 57 1, 66 | was void and empty," or ~"invisible and shapeless," according 58 1, 66 | the earth was void," or "invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~ 59 1, 66 | be "void and empty," or "invisible and shapeless," that matter 60 1, 66 | in itself, it is called ~"invisible" or "void," and its potentiality 61 1, 66 | waters that rendered it invisible, whilst the air, the subject 62 1, 66 | the latter ~was the earth invisible and shapeless, whereby, 63 1, 68 | other similar bodies being ~invisible, Moses includes all such 64 1, 69 | wherefore it was described as "invisible" [*Q[66], A[1], OBJ[1]]. ~ 65 1, 69 | is said ~to be "void" or "invisible," because it was covered 66 1, 69 | one hand, the earth was "invisible" or "void," being covered 67 1, 39 | King of ages, immortal, invisible, the only God," etc. (1 ~ 68 1, 41 | also the soul, or any other invisible substance.~Aquin.: SMT FP 69 1, 43 | invisibly sent?~(6) To whom the invisible mission is directed?~(7) 70 1, 43 | in man according to His invisible mission.~Aquin.: SMT FP 71 1, 43 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the invisible mission of the divine person 72 1, 43 | It would seem that the invisible mission of the divine person 73 1, 43 | person Himself; and so the invisible mission takes ~place according 74 1, 43 | be sent ~invisibly. For invisible mission of the divine person 75 1, 43 | person be sent to anyone by invisible ~grace signifies both that 76 1, 43 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the invisible mission is to all who participate 77 1, 43 | It would seem that the invisible mission is not to all who ~ 78 1, 43 | Yet to them was made no invisible mission; for it is said ( 79 1, 43 | glorified." Therefore the invisible mission is not to all partakers 80 1, 43 | is only by grace. But the invisible ~mission is not according 81 1, 43 | continuous. Therefore the invisible mission is not ~to all who 82 1, 43 | united to God. Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all sharers 83 1, 43 | it is ~not said that the invisible mission is sent to them. 84 1, 43 | to them. Therefore the ~invisible mission is not to all that 85 1, 43 | Trin. iii, 4; xv, 27), the ~invisible mission is for the creature' 86 1, 43 | sanctified. Therefore the invisible mission is ~to every such 87 1, 43 | renewal by grace. Thus the ~invisible mission is sent to all in 88 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The invisible mission was directed to 89 1, 43 | Trin. iv, 20), that the ~invisible mission of the Son "is in 90 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The invisible mission takes place also 91 1, 43 | perfectly to Him." ~Such invisible mission, however, chiefly 92 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The invisible mission is directed to the 93 1, 43 | of their beatitude. The invisible mission is made to them ~ 94 1, 43 | objects. To Christ the invisible mission was sent at the 95 1, 43 | purpose of manifesting the invisible mission; as invisible things ~ 96 1, 43 | the invisible mission; as invisible things ~are made known by 97 1, 43 | visible. So those to whom the invisible mission was ~not sent, ought 98 1, 43 | to all who ~received the invisible mission, whether in the 99 1, 43 | requires that he be led to the ~invisible by visible things, as explained 100 1, 43 | A[12]). Wherefore ~the invisible things of God must be made 101 1, 43 | was it fitting that the invisible missions ~also of the divine 102 1, 43 | is not necessary that the invisible mission should ~always be 103 1, 43 | Christ should show forth the invisible mission made to ~Him, not 104 1, 43 | designated, with the visible or invisible effect, applicable to the ~ 105 1, 46 | all things visible and ~invisible"; to the Son is attributed 106 1, 52 | to ~drink; but I use an invisible meat and drink" (Tob. 12: 107 1, 57 | according to Rm. 1:20: ~"The invisible things of God are clearly 108 1, 66 | being, whether they are invisible and spiritual, or visible 109 1, 66 | temporal; while ~those that are invisible endure for ever. Hence he 110 1, 66 | lead us to Him; for "the invisible things of God are clearly 111 1, 66 | Word of God; that from ~invisible things visible things might 112 1, 67 | was void and empty," or ~"invisible and shapeless," according 113 1, 67 | the earth was void," or "invisible," inasmuch as the waters ~ 114 1, 67 | be "void and empty," or "invisible and shapeless," that matter 115 1, 67 | in itself, it is called ~"invisible" or "void," and its potentiality 116 1, 67 | waters that rendered it invisible, whilst the air, the subject 117 1, 67 | the latter ~was the earth invisible and shapeless, whereby, 118 1, 69 | other similar bodies being ~invisible, Moses includes all such 119 1, 70 | wherefore it was described as "invisible" [*Q[66], A[1], OBJ[1]]. ~ 120 1, 70 | is said ~to be "void" or "invisible," because it was covered 121 1, 70 | one hand, the earth was "invisible" or "void," being covered 122 1, 78 | Apostle (Rm. 1:20), "The invisible things of God are clearly 123 1, 83 | written (Rm. 1:20) that "the invisible things of ~God are clearly 124 1, 83 | are made." But among the ~invisible things of God are the eternal 125 1, 83 | certain ~knowledge of things invisible. Now it belongs to such 126 1, 87 | Apostle (Rm. 1:20), ~"the invisible things of God are clearly 127 1, 92 | Who is the image ~of the invisible God, the First-Born of every 128 1, 106 | their hearts His hidden and invisible ~things." But this is to 129 1, 109 | without the agency of the ~invisible creature."~Aquin.: SMT FP 130 1, 112 | given to men also as regards invisible and occult things, ~concerning 131 2, 93 | according to ~Rm. 1:20: "The invisible things of God . . . are 132 2, 111 | which is certitude of invisible things, the principles ~ 133 2, 111 | human things, since "the invisible things of Him . . ~. are 134 2, 2 | from the Lord." Now "the invisible ~things" of God "are clearly 135 2, 2 | respects faith perceives the invisible things of ~God in a higher 136 2, 9 | according to Rm. 1:20, "the invisible things of God . . ~. are 137 2, 26 | according to Rm. 1:20: "The invisible things of God are ~clearly 138 2, 32 | effects, ~when, to wit, "the invisible things" of God . . . "are 139 2, 79 | the sensible world, since "invisible things . . . ~are clearly 140 2, 79 | sacrament or sacred sign of the invisible sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT 141 2, 80 | up to ~the love of things invisible." Wherefore matters relating 142 2, 92 | other than to Him Whose invisible ~sacrifice we ourselves 143 2, 98 | acquired by the ~consolation of invisible grace, whether by demanding 144 2, 98 | are ~acquired through an invisible grace. Therefore it is not 145 2, 122 | visible for the sake of things invisible, as stated in Heb. 11. ~ 146 2, 122 | present, in order to ~obtain invisible goods to come. Now so long 147 2, 145 | number "three" refers to the invisible creature, since we are commanded ~ 148 2, 169 | although it is about things invisible to man, it is ~not concerned 149 2, 173 | according to Rm. 1:20, "The invisible ~things of God . . . are 150 2, 178 | the visible we rise to the invisible. The fourth is in ~"the 151 2, 178 | mind is intent on ~things invisible of which the imagination 152 2, 178 | according to Rm. 1:20, "The invisible things of God . . . ~are 153 2, 186 | i.e. contemplations, "on invisible things, to ~the Godlike 154 3, 1 | that by visible things the ~invisible things of God should be 155 3, 1 | Apostle (Rm. 1:20): ~"For the invisible things of God . . . are 156 3, 6 | Agone Christ. xviii): "The invisible ~and unchangeable Truth 157 3, 6 | Christ. ~xviii) that "the invisible and unchangeable Truth assumed 158 3, 15 | is a visible bulk and an invisible virtue, ~both have come 159 3, 17 | thing and another; thus the invisible is not the same as the visible; 160 3, 22 | is a sacred sign, of the invisible ~sacrifice." Now the invisible 161 3, 22 | invisible ~sacrifice." Now the invisible sacrifice is that by which 162 3, 30 | the Incarnation ~of the invisible God. Wherefore it was becoming 163 3, 30 | to make ~this known, an invisible creature should assume a 164 3, 36 | seems that this was some invisible ~force made visible under 165 3, 39 | Ghost was seen, for He is invisible: nor as ~though that visible 166 3, 40 | Now the creature is partly invisible, as the soul, to ~which 167 3, 44 | heavenly ~power making Himself invisible to those who were threatening 168 3, 48 | is, a sacred sign - of an invisible sacrifice." Now ~Christ' 169 3, 54 | corrupted or dissolved into invisible ~elements; but because He 170 3, 55 | with you; but I use an invisible meat." But since Christ' 171 3, 60 | the sacred sign, of the invisible sacrifice."~Aquin.: SMT 172 3, 60 | according to Rm. ~1:20: "The invisible things of God are clearly 173 3, 61 | but in a spiritual and ~invisible manner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 174 3, 61 | they are sensible signs of invisible things whereby man is made 175 3, 62 | sanctified, contains an invisible grace."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 176 3, 63 | thus it is a ~sign of the invisible grace which is conferred 177 3, 68 | some have ~received the invisible sanctification without visible 178 3, 68 | visible sacrament, without the invisible ~sanctification, it will 179 3, 68 | Baptism, by means of the ~invisible sanctification.~Aquin.: 180 3, 72 | so as not to slight ~the invisible unction whereby He was " 181 3, 72 | spiritual combat with our invisible ~enemies. But to fight against 182 3, 73 | under our senses causes the invisible effect of the sacrament, ~ 183 3, 75 | shows ~us His flesh in an invisible manner.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 184 3, 75 | bread and wine, we honor invisible things, i.e. flesh and ~ 185 3, 78 | Pseudo-Isid.: Hom. iv) says: "The invisible Priest changes visible ~ 186 3, 79 | a sacrament inasmuch as invisible grace is bestowed in this ~ 187 3, 82 | mysteries in a hidden and ~invisible manner." But these hidden 188 3, 83 | receive absolution from the invisible High ~Priest Jesus Christ 189 Suppl, 18| sanctification, contain an invisible grace." Now this ~sanctification 190 Suppl, 36| they are both of things invisible; it means that we should 191 Suppl, 42| sanctification, confer an invisible grace." But matrimony has 192 Suppl, 82| of the glorified body is invisible ~to the non-glorified eye. 193 Suppl, 82| Therefore this clarity will be invisible to a non-glorified eye.~ 194 Suppl, 82| body will be visible or invisible.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[85] A[ 195 Suppl, 88| inasmuch as man sees ~the invisible things of God by the things 196 Suppl, 89| Ep. ad Hieroth.) "God is ~invisible on account of His surpassing 197 Suppl, 89| Therefore since He is ~invisible on the way, so will He be 198 Suppl, 89| cxlvii): "God is by ~nature invisible." Now that which is in God 199 Suppl, 89| therefore although it is ~invisible now, it will be visible 200 Suppl, 89| this way He is by nature invisible even as He is ~incorruptible." 201 Suppl, 89| An ~incorporeal thing is invisible to a corporeal eye." But 202 Suppl, 89| not as we now see the ~invisible things of God as understood


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