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1 Bles | the image and likeness of God (cf. Gen 1:26). Truth enlightens 2 Int, 1 | from the living and true God in order to direct it towards 3 Int, 1 | exchanging "the truth about God for a lie" ( 1:25). Man' 4 Int, 1 | away from man the light of God the Creator. In the depths 5 Int, 2 | Ps 4:6). ~The light of God's face shines in all its 6 Int, 2 | the image of the invisible God" (Col 1:15), the "reflection 7 Int, 2 | 15), the "reflection of God's glory" (Heb 1:3), "full 8 Int, 2 | Church, as the People of God among the nations,3 while 9 Int, 3 | Christ and his Gospel or God himself. She knows that 10 Int, 3 | Church, yet who search for God with a sincere heart and 11 Int, 3 | into effect the will of God as known to them through 12 Int, 3 | the express recognition of God, yet who strive, not without 13 Int, 4 | do the commandments of God, which are written on the 14 Int, 4 | Is it possible to obey God and thus love God and neighbour, 15 Int, 4 | to obey God and thus love God and neighbour, without respecting 16 Int, 5 | life of the "children of God": "Recognizing in the faith 17 1, 7 | the echo of a call from God who is the origin and goal 18 1, 7 | encounter" with Christ possible, God willed his Church. Indeed, 19 1, 8 | fulfilled, and the Kingdom of God is at hand; repent, and 20 1, 8 | not only of adoration of God but also of deeper wonder 21 1, 9 | good? No one is good but God alone" (Mk 10:18; cf. Lk 22 1, 9 | good: "No one is good but God alone" (Mk 10:18; cf. Lk 23 1, 9 | 18; cf. Lk 18:19). Only God can answer the question 24 1, 9 | ultimately means to turn towards God, the fullness of goodness. 25 1, 9 | obliges man has its source in God, and indeed is God himself. 26 1, 9 | source in God, and indeed is God himself. God alone is worthy 27 1, 9 | and indeed is God himself. God alone is worthy of being 28 1, 9 | to the acknowledgment of God, who alone is goodness, 29 1, 10 | live "for the praise of God's glory" (cf. Eph 1:12), 30 1, 10 | that you are the image of God", writes Saint Ambrose. " 31 1, 10 | that you are the glory of God (1 Cor 11:7). Hear how you 32 1, 10 | becomes clear as soon as God reveals himself. The Decalogue 33 1, 10 | words: "I am the Lord your God, who brought you out of 34 1, 10 | Israel, and in the whole Law, God makes himself known and 35 1, 10 | holy; for I the Lord your God am holy" (Lev 19:2); as 36 1, 10 | among you, and will be your God, and you shall be my people" ( 37 1, 10 | gratuitous initiatives taken by God out of love for man. It 38 1, 10 | O Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord; and you shall 39 1, 10 | shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and 40 1, 10 | in the gratuitousness of God's love, is called to reflect 41 1, 10 | For the one who loves God it is enough to be pleasing 42 1, 10 | itself; charity in fact is of God in such a way that God himself 43 1, 10 | of God in such a way that God himself is charity".18 ~ 44 1, 11 | calls us to acknowledge God as the one Lord of all and 45 1, 11 | The good is belonging to God, obeying him, walking humbly 46 1, 11 | Acknowledging the Lord as God is the very core, the heart 47 1, 11 | is made evident, because God alone is the One who is 48 1, 11 | with a lively perception of God's absolute holiness: "Holy, 49 1, 11 | hosts" (Is 6:3). ~But if God alone is the Good, no human 50 1, 11 | acknowledging the Lord as God and rendering him the worship 51 1, 11 | come only from a gift of God: the offer of a share in 52 1, 12 | 12. Only God can answer the question 53 1, 12 | because he is the Good. But God has already given an answer 54 1, 12 | understanding infused in us by God, whereby we understand what 55 1, 12 | and what must be avoided. God gave this light and this 56 1, 12 | new spirit", the Spirit of God (cf. Ez 36:24-28).20 ~Consequently, 57 1, 12 | eternal life and obedience to God's commandments: God's commandments 58 1, 12 | obedience to God's commandments: God's commandments show man 59 1, 12 | the Decalogue entrusted by God to Moses on Mount Sinai. 60 1, 12 | participation in the very life of God. It is attained in its perfection 61 1, 13 | show that he acknowledges God's holiness. After directing 62 1, 13 | young man's gaze towards God, Jesus reminds him of the 63 1, 13 | words "I am the Lord your God" mean for man. Nevertheless 64 1, 13 | the only creature that God has wanted for its own sake".21 65 1, 13 | being in relationship with God, with his neighbour and 66 1, 13 | Commandments are part of God's Revelation. At the same 67 1, 13 | the person, the image of God, by protecting his goods. " 68 1, 14 | apart from, the love of God. This is evident from his 69 1, 14 | commandments of love of God and love of neighbour (cf. 70 1, 14 | commandments, genuine love for God is not possible. Saint John 71 1, 14 | If anyone says, 'I love God', and hates his brother, 72 1, 14 | he has seen, cannot love God whom he has not seen" (Jn 73 1, 15 | truth".25 ~Jesus brings God's commandments to fulfilment, 74 1, 16 | the demands contained in God's Law. And yet, even though 75 1, 17 | wish to be perfect") and God's gift of grace ("Come, 76 1, 17 | divine law. Human freedom and God's law are not in opposition; 77 1, 17 | extent to which we serve God we are free, while to the 78 1, 18 | by the flesh" experience God's law as a burden, and indeed 79 1, 18 | to serve others, find in God's Law the fundamental and 80 1, 18 | freedom of the children of God (cf. Rom 8:21) and thus 81 1, 18 | the commandment of love of God. Both the commandments and 82 1, 18 | perfection whose measure is God alone: "You, therefore, 83 1, 19 | people of Israel followed God who led them through the 84 1, 19 | truly becomes a disciple of God (cf. Jn 6:45). Jesus is 85 1, 19 | the image of the invisible God" (Col 1:15), means to imitate 86 1, 20 | brethren out of love for God: "This is my commandment, 87 1, 21 | Rom 6:3-11): alive for God in Christ Jesus, they are 88 1 | With God all things are possible" ( 89 1, 22 | the Master refers them to God's power: "With men this 90 1, 22 | is impossible, but with God all things are possible" ( 91 1, 22 | authoritative than the Law of Moses: God's original plan for mankind, 92 1, 22 | possibility opened up to man by God's grace. "He said to them: ' 93 1, 22 | Gal 5:22) is charity: "God's love has been poured into 94 1, 23 | it possible to carry out God's commandments. Indeed, 95 1, 23 | the result of a gift of God who heals, restores and 96 1, 24 | by grace, by the gift of God, by his love. On the other 97 1, 24 | Jesus Christ the love of God, generates and sustains 98 1, 24 | response of a full love for God and the brethren, as the 99 1, 24 | another; for love is of God and knows God. He who does 100 1, 24 | love is of God and knows God. He who does not love does 101 1, 24 | does not love does not know God; for God is love... Beloved, 102 1, 24 | love does not know God; for God is love... Beloved, if God 103 1, 24 | God is love... Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also 104 1, 25 | The Teacher who expounds God's commandments, who invites 105 1, 25 | moral prescriptions which God imparted in the Old Covenant, 106 1, 25 | very person of the Son of God made man, must be faithfully 107 1, 27 | the "great things" which God has done in history (cf. 108 1, 27 | the faithful expression of God's wisdom and will. ~Within 109 1, 27 | interpreting the word of God, whether in its written 110 2, 28 | man and his activity to God, the One who "alone is good"; 111 2, 28 | preserved what the word of God teaches, not only about 112 2, 28 | action, action pleasing to God (cf. 1 Th 4:1); she has 113 2, 29 | faithfully expound" the word of God,48 the Magisterium has the 114 2, 30 | to the truth contained in God's law? what is the role 115 2, 30 | charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus who 116 2, 31 | creature and the image of God, and thus need to be corrected 117 2, 34 | divine image in man. For God willed to leave man "in 118 2, 34 | perfection by cleaving to God".57 Although each individual 119 2, 35 | Genesis we read: "The Lord God commanded the man, saying, ' 120 2, 35 | not belong to man, but to God alone. The man is certainly 121 2, 35 | can understand and accept God's commands. And he possesses 122 2, 35 | accept the moral law given by God. In fact, human freedom 123 2, 35 | acceptance of that law. God, who alone is good, knows 124 2, 35 | man in the commandments. ~God's law does not reduce, much 125 2, 36 | reason. In no way could God be considered the Author 126 2, 36 | mandate given to man by God. These trends of thought 127 2, 36 | the natural moral law has God as its author, and that 128 2, 37 | interior attitudes regarding God and neighbour would be significant. 129 2, 37 | and permanent. The word of God would be limited to proposing 130 2, 37 | the light of the word of God and the living Tradition 131 2 | God left man in the power of 132 2, 38 | the divine image" in man: "God willed to leave man in the 133 2, 38 | perfection by cleaving to God".64 These words indicate 134 2, 38 | depth of the sharing in God's dominion to which man 135 2, 39 | care and responsibility. God left man "in the power of 136 2, 39 | himself his likeness to God. ~Even so, the Council warns 137 2, 39 | things are not dependent on God and that man can use them 138 2, 39 | simply disappears... If God is ignored the creature 139 2, 40 | moral law has its origin in God and always finds its source 140 2, 40 | understanding infused in us by God, whereby we understand what 141 2, 40 | and what must be avoided. God gave this light and this 142 2, 41 | acceptance of the moral law, of God's command: "The Lord God 143 2, 41 | God's command: "The Lord God gave this command to the 144 2, 41 | 2:16). Human freedom and God's law meet and are called 145 2, 41 | man's free obedience to God and of God's completely 146 2, 41 | obedience to God and of God's completely gratuitous 147 2, 41 | man. Hence obedience to God is not, as some would believe, 148 2, 41 | man's free obedience to God's law effectively implies 149 2, 41 | human will participate in God's wisdom and providence. 150 2, 41 | knowledge of good and evil", God makes it clear that man 151 2, 41 | image and the nearness of God, who is present in all ( 152 2, 41 | acknowledge the majesty of the God of the universe and revere 153 2, 41 | the holiness of the law of God, who is infinitely transcendent: 154 2, 42 | 42. Patterned on God's freedom, man's freedom 155 2, 42 | In his journey towards God, the One who "alone is good", 156 2, 42 | man of the splendour of God's countenance. Thus Saint 157 2, 43 | and universal law by which God out of his wisdom and love 158 2, 43 | of the human community. God has enabled man to share 159 2, 43 | under the gentle guidance of God's providence increasingly 160 2, 43 | the classic teaching on God's eternal law. Saint Augustine 161 2, 43 | the reason or the will of God, who commands us to respect 162 2, 43 | to their due end".80 And God's wisdom is providence, 163 2, 43 | providence, a love which cares. God himself loves and cares, 164 2, 43 | cf Wis 7:22; 8:11). But God provides for man differently 165 2, 43 | its natural knowledge of God's eternal law, is consequently 166 2, 43 | free actions.81 In this way God calls man to participate 167 2, 43 | the human expression of God's eternal law. Saint Thomas 168 2, 44 | human law to the Wisdom of God and to his law. After stating 169 2, 44 | faith, through the law which God gave to the Chosen People, 170 2, 44 | to accept and to live out God's law as a particular gift 171 2, 44 | and also as a pledge of God's blessing. Thus Moses could 172 2, 44 | nation is that that has a god so near to it as the Lord 173 2, 44 | near to it as the Lord our God is to us, whenever we call 174 2, 44 | is called to show towards God's law, together with an 175 2, 45 | authentically interpreting God's law in the light of the 176 2, 45 | which is the "fulfilment" of God's law in Jesus Christ and 177 2, 45 | the Spirit of the living God, not on tablets of stone 178 2, 45 | positive or revealed law of God and the natural law, and, 179 2, 45 | is the one and the same God and which is always meant 180 2, 45 | different ways in which God, acting in history, cares 181 2, 45 | and loving counsel whereby God predestines men and women " 182 2, 45 | of his Son" (Rom 8:29). God's plan poses no threat to 183 2, 45 | contrary, the acceptance of God's plan is the only way to 184 2, 47 | fundamental commandment of love of God and neighbour. Still, they 185 2, 47 | neighbour. Still, they continue, God made man as a rationally 186 2, 49 | excluded from the Kingdom of God (cf 1 Cor 6:9). This condemnation — 187 2, 50 | which he can find the true God. ~The natural law thus understood 188 2, 51 | communion of persons and, by God's grace, practise charity, " 189 2, 52 | and for everyone, to serve God, to render him the worship 190 2, 52 | his vocation to life with God and to communion with his 191 2, 52 | the commandment of love of God and neighbour does not have 192 2, 53 | dynamism of charity towards God and neighbour.98 ~Certainly 193 2, 54 | between man's freedom and God's law is most deeply lived 194 2, 54 | his heart a law written by God. To obey it is the very 195 2, 55 | where he is alone with God whose voice echoes within 196 2, 55 | tasks entrusted to him by God. ~In their desire to emphasize 197 2, 56 | relation to human freedom and God's law. Only the clarification 198 2, 58 | also a dialogue of man with God, the author of the law, 199 2, 58 | that "conscience is like God's herald and messenger; 200 2, 58 | commands them as coming from God's authority, like a herald 201 2, 58 | conscience is the witness of God himself, whose voice and 202 2, 58 | the call, to the voice of God. In this, and not in anything 203 2, 58 | the sacred place where God speaks to man".104 ~ 204 2, 59 | conformity or not with the law of God written on the heart. In 205 2, 59 | according to my Gospel, God judges the secrets of men 206 2, 59 | evil, that reflection of God's creative wisdom which, 207 2, 61 | his need, with the help of God's grace, to ask forgiveness, 208 2, 62 | cunning and tamper with God's word", but "openly state 209 2, 62 | prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable 210 2, 64 | prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable 211 2, 64 | Rom 12:2), knowledge of God's law in general is certainly 212 2, 65 | ultimately for or against God. Emphasis has rightly been 213 2, 66 | on a radical level before God. It is a question of the 214 2, 66 | free self-commitment to God, offering 'the full submission 215 2, 66 | of intellect and will to God as he reveals' ".112 This 216 2, 66 | clause: "I am the Lord your God..." (Ex 20:2), which, by 217 2, 66 | demanded by the Kingdom of God. The radical nature of the 218 2, 67 | towards his end, following God's call. But this capacity 219 2, 67 | deliberately conforms himself to God's will, wisdom and law. 220 2, 68 | option, remain faithful to God independently of whether 221 2, 68 | morally good, persevere in God's grace and attain salvation, 222 2, 68 | and gravely contrary to God's commandments as set forth 223 2, 68 | free self-commitment to God".113 With every freely committed 224 2, 68 | committed mortal sin, he offends God as the giver of the law 225 2, 69 | insist that the opposition to God's law which causes the loss 226 2, 69 | which separates man from God, only exists in the rejection 227 2, 69 | exists in the rejection of God, carried out at a level 228 2, 69 | the bond of communion with God and afterwards be converted 229 2, 70 | commonly said today — against God", seen either as an explicit 230 2, 70 | and formal rejection of God and neighbour or as an implicit 231 2, 70 | divine law, a rejection of God's love for humanity and 232 2, 70 | the person turns away from God and loses charity. Consequently, 233 2, 70 | and consciously rejects God, his law, the covenant of 234 2, 70 | the covenant of love that God offers, preferring to turn 235 2, 70 | every act of disobedience to God's commandments in a grave 236 2, 71 | between man's freedom and God's law, which has its intimate 237 2, 72 | integral and perfect way — by God's supernatural Revelation ( 238 2, 72 | towards his ultimate end: God himself, the supreme good 239 2, 72 | ultimate end, the supreme good, God himself. ~ 240 2, 73 | The Christian, thanks to God's Revelation and to faith, 241 2, 73 | new creation", a child of God; by his actions he shows 242 2, 73 | love and happiness with God the Father, Son and Holy 243 2, 73(123)| ultimate calling comes from God and is therefore a universal 244 2, 73(123)| mystery in a manner known to God": Gaudium etSpes, 22.~ 245 2, 73 | ordering of human acts to God, the supreme good and ultimate 246 2, 73 | subject to the judgment of God, the just and good judge 247 2, 74 | ordering of human acts to God? Is it the intention of 248 2, 75 | values, such as love of God and neighbour, justice, 249 2, 76 | the Church in the name of God, the Creator and Lord.125 250 2, 76 | and their gravity. Love of God and of one's neighbour cannot 251 2, 76 | characteristic of Christians to obey God rather than men (cf Acts 252 2, 78 | not of being ordered to God, to the One who "alone is 253 2, 78 | actually does order it to God through charity. As the 254 2, 78 | sole purpose of pleasing God".129 ~ 255 2, 79 | the ultimate end, which is God. This capability is grasped 256 2, 80 | incapable of being ordered" to God, because they radically 257 2, 81 | will inherit the Kingdom of God" (1 Cor 6:9-10). ~If acts 258 2, 81 | capable of being ordered to God and to the good of the person. " 259 2, 82 | capable of being ordered" to God and "unworthy of the human 260 2, 83 | the commandment of love of God and neighbour. And this 261 3, 84 | relationship of man's freedom to God's law; it is ultimately 262 3, 84 | of trust in the wisdom of God, who guides man with the 263 3, 84 | said and done, the law of God is always the one true good 264 3, 85 | prove what is the will of God, what is good and acceptable 265 3, 85 | Greeks, Christ the power of God and the wisdom of God" ( 266 3, 85 | of God and the wisdom of God" (1 Cor 1:17, (23-24). The 267 3, 86 | himself: "You will be like God" (Gen 3:5). Consequently, 268 3, 87 | The true worshippers of God must thus worship him "in 269 3, 87 | become free. Worship of God and a relationship with 270 3, 87 | gift of self in service to God and one's brethren. Communion 271 3, 87 | because you are loved by God your Creator; indeed, you 272 3, 87 | obedience to the will of God. His crucified flesh fully 273 3, 88 | people think and live "as if God did not exist". We are speaking 274 3, 88 | 20), in profound love of God and of our brothers and 275 3, 89 | acceptance and observance of God's commandments. As Saint 276 3, 89 | As Saint John writes, "God is light and in him is no 277 3, 89 | word, in him truly love for God is perfected. By this we 278 3, 89 | confession", not only before God but also before men: it 279 3, 89 | Cross: "Be imitators of God, as beloved children", Paul 280 3, 89 | offering and sacrifice to God" (Eph 5:1-2). ~ 281 3 | the inviolable holiness of God's law ~ 282 3, 90 | reflected the splendour of God (cf Gen 9:5-6). ~The unacceptability 283 3, 91 | fidelity to the holy law of God even to the point of a voluntary 284 3, 91 | to her faith and trust in God but also to her obedience 285 3, 91 | is not right to do what God's law qualifies as evil 286 3, 91 | about the good and to the God of Israel. By her acts, 287 3, 91 | revealed the holiness of God. ~At the dawn of the New 288 3, 91 | concrete act contrary to God's love and the witness of 289 3, 91 | according to which the love of God entails the obligation to 290 3, 92 | both to the holiness of God's law and to the inviolability 291 3, 92 | dignity of man, created in God's image and likeness. This 292 3, 92 | imitate the passion of my God".145 ~ 293 3, 93 | the Church. Fidelity to God's holy law, witnessed to 294 3, 93 | called, with the grace of God invoked in prayer, to a 295 3, 94 | and mysterious workings of God's Spirit are not absent. 296 3, 95 | meaning as an outpouring of God's eternal Wisdom, which 297 3, 99 | 99. Only God, the Supreme Good, constitutes 298 3, 99 | meet in truth: the truth of God, the Creator and Redeemer, 299 3, 99 | visible image of the invisible God, is therefore by his very 300 3, 99 | the essential bond between God's wisdom and will — is extremely 301 3 | Grace and obedience to God's law ~ 302 3, 102 | that he can be obedient to God's holy commandment and consistent 303 3, 102 | evil. "You will be like God, knowing good and evil" ( 304 3, 102 | Sir 15:19-20). Keeping God's law in particular situations 305 3, 102 | that the commandments of God are impossible of observance 306 3, 102 | one who is justified. For God does not command the impossible, 307 3, 103 | strength always to keep God's holy law, even amid the 308 3, 103 | which flows from that act. God's command is of course proportioned 309 3, 104 | allowance is made both for God's mercy towards the sinner 310 3, 104 | need to have recourse to God and his mercy. An attitude 311 3, 104 | own unworthiness before God's infinite holiness: "God, 312 3, 104 | God's infinite holiness: "God, be merciful to me a sinner! " ( 313 3, 105 | he replies: "Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our 314 3, 105 | Still, we can imagine that God does not reject those he 315 3, 107 | preached the Kingdom of God and its saving love, called 316 3, 107 | members of the People of God, humble and often unseen, 317 3, 107 | the liberating force of God's love, and the value of 318 3, 107 | in the Virgin Mother of God "full of grace" and "all-holy", 319 3, 107 | life in accordance with God's commandments and the Beatitudes 320 3, 107 | reflection of the goodness of God — the One who "alone is 321 3, 107 | also a glorification of God and his infinite holiness. 322 3, 107 | holiness and glorification of God which is found in the Sacraments, 323 3, 109 | understanding of the word of God found in the inspired Scriptures 324 3, 109 | revealed truth beckons reasonGod's gift fashioned for the 325 3, 109 | thereby aids the People of God in fulfilling the Apostle' 326 3, 110 | proclaiming the commandments of God and the charity of Christ, 327 3, 112 | as contrary to the law of God, cannot be a valid argument 328 3, 112 | sinners; it proclaims to them God's mercy, which is constantly 329 3, 112 | inability fully to know and keep God's law and from the presumption 330 3, 112 | be saved without merit. God also reminds sinners of 331 3, 113 | have confident recourse to God's grace. ~While exchanges 332 3, 113 | constitution of the People of God. Opposition to the teaching 333 3, 113 | member of the People of God, the theologian must be 334 3, 114 | of faith of the People of God is particularly incumbent 335 3, 114 | things which lead them to God, just as the Lord Jesus 336 3, 114 | referred the young man to God, the Lord of creation and 337 3, 114 | effective means for obeying God's holy law, and when with 338 3, 115 | first loved us" (1Jn 4:19). God asks us to be holy as he 339 3, 115 | commandment are based upon God's infinitely merciful love ( 340 3, 115 | proper to the children of God. ~ 341 3, 116 | vigilant that the word of God is faithfully taught. My 342 3, 117 | inmost being, the voice of God who "alone is good" (cf 343 3, 117 | our competence is from God, who has made us competent 344 Conc, 118 | moralists, to Mary, Mother of God and Mother of Mercy. ~Mary 345 Conc, 118 | Father as the revelation of God's mercy (cf Jn 3:16-18). 346 Conc, 118 | is "the Son of the living God" (Mt 16:16). No human sin 347 Conc, 118 | sin can erase the mercy of God, or prevent him from unleashing 348 Conc, 118 | beautiful, pleasing to God and in conformity with his 349 Conc, 120 | and the universality of God's love, which opens her 350 Conc, 120 | noble than the Mother of God? Who can be more glorious 351 Conc, 120 | precisely by giving herself to God and accepting God's gift 352 Conc, 120 | herself to God and accepting God's gift within herself. Until 353 Conc, 120 | sheltered in her womb the Son of God who became man; she raised 354 Conc, 120 | entered fully into the plan of God who gives himself to the 355 Conc, 120 | those who hear the word of God and keep it (cf Lk 11:28), 356 Conc, 120 | himself, the Eternal Word of God, who perfectly reveals and 357 Conc, 120 | openness to the grace of God. Not having known sin, she 358 Conc, 120 | hope ever more fully in God ~who is "rich in mercy" ( 359 Conc, 120 | good works prepared ~by God beforehand (cf Eph 2:10) ~


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