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3 , ' The lust of the flesh , against which the good Spirit lusteth , is sin , because
we yield obedience contrary to the sway of reason . Lastly , let him hear his own
Schoolmen : Parisiensis says , We ought to follow with the sword the petly thieves
Let Aquinas answer , Not in kind ; because a covetous man does not intend in
regard to his money to account it as a God ; but in similitude ; because he pays to
it supreme obedience . So Ales ; A covetous man is called an idolater , because ...
... since they become one mystical person with Christ , he imparts to them the
merit of his passion , death , obedience , and righteousness ; and thus he is
made to them of God wisdom , righteousness , sanctification , and redemption , 1
Cor . i .
Not from such infirmity as rendered him unable to resist ; but from humility and
voluntary obedience , which made him willing to suffer . Isa . liii . 7 ; Matt . xxvi . 53
. Not with a treacherous and deceitful intention , meditating and seeking future ...
They who shake off the yoke of due subjection , are blind to their own interest : for
that old adage is true , mellapxía ' esi TOÙS Èuwpažlas untup , Obedience is the
mother of prosperity . But we must no longer cleave to generals : let us come to ...
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