Summa Theologiae by St. Thomas Aquinas
FP: Treatise On The Conservation And Government Of Creatures
Q[105] Of The Change Of Creatures By God
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We now consider the second effect of the Divine government, i. e. the change of creatures; and first, the change of creatures by God; secondly, the change of one creature by another.

Under the first head there are eight points of inquiry:

A[1] Whether God can move immediately the matter to the form?

A[2] Whether He can immediately move a body?

A[3] Whether He can move the intellect?

A[4] Whether He can move the will?

A[5] Whether God works in every worker?

A[6] Whether He can do anything outside the order imposed on things?

A[7] Whether all that God does is miraculous?

A[8] Of the diversity of miracles.