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1

c Spiri~,

!ball be affeC!ed, and

t~ucbed

wit!?it fenfibly :

i

weu,ty on th!s

iidethem, andforne

onth~t,

ljlall not fee)57 1t; but fit. hil,becalmed, and goe their

omore moved than·tbey came.

v/u

vnltJJrrat,

1s mort u,ue.

.

wayAnd tba,t

vbi

is not any where,

bw;w,Eere the{e men

/ate;

that

is;'i~ ls

a

peculiar

,

Wind,

and app.roP.riate tothat place where the

Apoffl~s.~re,

tpat

1s,tl~~ eh~~

eh

: elf

e. ,

where

to

feekeit,isbut folly: The place? !tblowetl11n, IS

Szon :

~nd,

mStOJJ,

where

men be fo difpofed,as we·!bewedere-wh1Je·.>that 1s,wllCI;e there IS

concord

and

unity,

mt,!

f-4;

the

dew ofSion,IGi IIJal}d•<llt,JJo'{'tn':f &en;dtc1tonem

~

There,Go.o fenqeth

~h~s

Wmd;

and there

i-kfih~erh

H1s

blefing_

With t!]IS!Vmd;wh!C\1

n~ver

leaveth us nll1tbnng-

eth us

w

iife forevermore, to eternall hfe.

'So cloth

Sdlomon

defcnbeth~ natp~~

?f

Ecclcf.•.~;

the

Wind:

That

itgoethforth.

and thattt

.wnyajfeth round•bor1t,

and then

1~!1:, That:~

rewneth, Fer circurtm(uos:

So dpth tlus,.n commeth

from heaven,

and

't,

blo'Yetli

into the

charch,~nd tho~o,w,

and thoro:n it, tojll1t

w~ththe. bnath

of

hea~m

' ,

an4

;sjt came

from /;eavento

the

c;,~rtrch,

fo .'t !ball rerurne frotH

tb~ Chu~cb, ~nto beAvt~

againe,percircuitm{uos

'.

an.d•wnofe lades lt bath filled With that

wm~,,_ll

!hi!ll

c~r~

ry

with it along

per

circ.~<tt~-fo~s

;.

even tg

fee th!geodnejfe oft/1e

L

o

11.

p

zn the

Lanil

1(

the living,

there to

hv~·w1t,h.

Hnn

and Hts

Holy

S

pmrfor

ever..

,, , : .

,

·. So we have briefly thc;.foll!e

proper~ies

ofthis

Wind,

and

~:>f t~

.sPirit

who(e

;Type

iti~:

'That

zt

u

Juddf!!,,m

the fir!l: ,cornm.mg ;

'Tfm

.:t 1s

mtght;e

m

proce~

din"·

l

That it commeth

from heaven;

4

That !t commeth

znto the

<.:h~rch;

ro fill1t

With,theSpirit,of

heavm,

~nd

to carry

itthith~r

whence lt felfe commeth. Thus

.much fortpefecond, The

(id.l7YP'·

.

1 •

• •

·'

This wing brought

dow~e

with it

lfpgtus;

even

im_brcm

lipgitariim,

awhole

1

To be

s;,.,i

'fhower ofthem, which is the.nex_t point, Q:fthe

jheJV

which appeared. By which ap-

There 'PP""

·

··

1 1 · 1" h.

h

J

c

b

r

1

I

b

c

rcdTon,;utr,

~a.nng,-1ta,ppearet1

p a!p,y,t· att.

1

e "'·

ca,menot~.ort

,em1e vesone y, ut ror

&c.

. •

.o:>hersrq9pelide: In that_l}ere is n9t only. fenr,a

Wiifd,

which ferv,eth for their owne

' ·

in.JPiraiion;

but th,re be alfo fejlt

to11gues.

~ith i~,

which ferve for

eloqrJution

(that i's)

tOl'!JfAYI

the

benefit.

tO more than themfelves.

:

'

It!beweth,thqtthe Ho,L

y

G H

0

$,T CO!Ilmeth and is given here, rather as

gratiagratit

dat~,

to doeothers good; than as

gratia gratumfaciens,

tO

benefit theni-

felvcs.

charitM dijfufain corde

would ferve them, Cbaritypo\vred into their

hearts

fo

Rom.r.r:

burgrati•

zlijfofa

in

labiq,

<;race

powredinto tfeir lips,

that is not

ne~dfull

forrheni-

Pfal.i!->•

.felves, but needful! to make oth.ers,belidcthem, partakers ofthe benefit. The

Wind

alone, dwisto breathe withall; the

grace

ofthe Ho L

Y

G Ho s T whereby our

fdves live: b,ut, the

Wind

and

Tongues

,that is.

1:9

{

peake withal!; the

grdce

ofthe H o- .

·L

Y

G" os T, whereby we. make others live, and partake of the

f~me

kimwledge

.to hfe. An union ofthe

Wind

and

Tongueh,ere

on eanh, exprelling the ur;tity of the

,Spirit

and

Word

in Heave!'): thar, as the

Wind

or breath in us is to fervetheTong11e:t

fo is the

Spirit

given, to fet forth tl1e

Wortf,

and the Ho L

Y

G

11

os T to lpread

abroad the knowledge of C HI{ r s T.

.

.

Where, iris not unworthy your obfervin.g neither, that as in the natural! body;

.one and the fame

breath

ofo\lrs,is

orga~on.

b 0 th

vit£

and

vocts,is

the

inftmmmt

both

·of

life

and

voice;

the famethat.we

lire by,

is the fame that

weJJeakeby:

Even the

1

..very like is, in the body

myflica/1;

and both the

'v#a!f breath,

and the

vocaH,

conie

hoth(as we here fee) from the HoLY GHosT,

. This alfo !l:andeth of foure parrs, as did the former.

Por,

there

4ppea;til,

. · 1

Tonguu,

cloven,

3

a1

irJVere~f

fire,

4

ji(ting upon eAch ofthfm.

The tongue is the

fubjlantj.ve,

and fubjeCl: ofall;he re!l:, It

is

[o:

And Go

1>

1

t•>q;~~<t\

·

~an

fend

from

Heaven

no bettenhing; not the Divell

from hell

no worfe thing, than

n.

Thebefl

member,,ve h•ve

(faith the

Prophet;) The worff member, we have(Caith

the

Pral.xos ,;

LApoille:)

~oth,

as It 1s 1mployed.

.

.

x.,.,,

3

.i.

T~cbeji,,f!t

be ofG o o's

cleAving;

ifit be

ofHislightningwith thejireofliea-

··

~en

j'

ltbeonethat will

fitjtfl,

ifcaufe be. The

worft,

ifit come from the

Dwels

d~ ~·.

For, bee, as in maby other,fo in the fending of

tongues,

!l:riveth to.be !ike

>

asknowmg well, they are every way as fit infirumen_ts, to workemifch1efe

..

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by~