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610

I.

Ofthepans

:tCveratly.

'

.

l ..

'i'he

Gift.

I JtTV:lS:.I

Spirit.

Of the

S

E No 1

~

o

Now of either,

apart. _

Of

the Spirit

firft,whiclol they were

filled with

·After

f

their

filling_;

that is,'

fi~ft

ofthe

Gift

it Celfe; •then ofthe

Meafure.

That,t'hey

w;~e

filltd Wlth,ts

Cet

downe mtwo words;'

Spiritu

and •

Sanflo.

Firft,that it was a

JJ

1

·

1 •

~he~,

that that j}iritw_as

holy._

A

j}i~it;

for, men may be

filled,

andnotwith,;h~

Jfmt: Holy

;for,thereJs a

.JJmtu

wlthout

fanflo.

We

mu!tneeds put the difference·

Spirit

and

Holy,

are two diver!e things.

.

Affiirit,noi

With

~he

fpiri::

for,men may be

filled,

and not with the

Spirit.

Thatwhich en.'

~

1

humour.

forceth thts notc,ts, a Cpeech at the XIII. verfc; there, they fiicke not (fome)

thi~

that

was

the

spifit

indeedJ to1:eproach with the terme of

new wine : Thefe

,,;.,,full

(fay they;

)full,

rhey grant :_bur, with

wine,

a liquor though full of

fpint,

yetnof}l.

rit

though. It was falfe; as lt fell out: yet, this it workerh, that ifthe

Spirit

may be

takenforah.t~,llour;why

not a

humour

for the Spiritlikewife

~And

not the humour of

the

vine

onely: bur, the

l'hi/o(opher

(in his

Prob/emes)

tels us, that looke whatfoever

operarion

wine

hath,the lame have fome

bamours

in our bodies, with a littlcfcrmen-

llf•y.•N·

ting. The Prophet

Efay

feemeth to fay the Came intwo places : that mennuy

be

1'•

s•. drunk'e, andnot with wiwe;

theirowne humour willdoe it as well.

· ·

I wi!h, it were nottrue, this: that

htlmours

werenot fometimes milhl<en and

mif.termed the

Spirit.

A

bot humo11r

flowing from the

gall,

taken for this

fire

here

and termed (though untruly) the

JP.irit

of

'{!Ale,

Another

windie

hHmourprocceding

from the

fpleeTJtj

Cuppofed to bethts

Wind

here, and they that

filled

with it (ifno be–

die will giveit them)taking to.

themfelve~

the

.flyle

of the

godly brethren.

I wilh, it

were not needfull, to make thts obfervanon. But, you !hall ealily know ir, for an

humour:

Non continetur terminofuo;

It owne limites wiH not hold it. They

are

ever

mending

chur&hes, States, Superiours

3

mending all, favethc:m[elves:

alimo,

n~n

fuo,

is

the note

to

difiingui!h an humour.

>

"I'Re

HofJ

'With Fhefpim;

yet, not _every

fpirit.

I told you,therewas a

(piritu

without

fan:

spirit.

tlo;

~nd

I meane not the

wzckedfpirit

(away with him, we will not oncemention

J/;';!,~"'

0

"'*'

him_;)but, two other: 'Thereisafpirit in aman(faith

•Etihu)

tha_tis,

ouro~n~

• Job l •.

B.

{pmt;

and many there be,h

quiftquuwtNrfpmtumfoum,

that follow thetr

owneghoil,

~t',~~h:

;6'.!:

in!lead ofthe

Holy Ghoft:

for, even thatgb& taketh upon it, toinfpire, ' and

ff•Jb•nJ

·

b!oud

(we know)

have thezr revelattins.

, Not

tbt

The other is,that the

Apoflle

calleth

4fpiritum mtmdi,the

worlds

(pirit(orworli-

w..

ldsfpi•it.

lyfpirit) 'qui

poft~it

m11ndum in cord1 fuo

(faith

SaloltJon)

bath

Jet up

and lhrin'drhc

•;,.

~·[·

,,u.

wotld inhu heart :

thence rife all his reafons, by them he frames and meafuresReli·

{I.h;

/~~~8.

gion. Vp

!hallthegoldencalves,

to uphold the pr&mefiate: downe!hall

eh~/

ne veniant Roma»i,

that the

Romans

come not, and carry us all away. Ettherofrhefe

is peradventure

SacerJ;iritus,as

the Poet calleth

aurifacra f•mes

;

but neitheris

fan–

Pet.<.rdt.

c1m.

g

Saint

Peter

oppofeth the

firfi(ofprivate

refolt~tion

)to

the

Holy Ghoft:

h

S.

Paul

~ ~- C!>'·'· "·

thefecond(ofworldlywifdome)rothe SpiritofCoo.

Thewind (before)hadfoure

qualities: two of them

('

(uddenneffi,

and •

q;ehnmTJcy)

are palfed by. Every

wind,

every

(pirit

bath them. And commonly, other

fpirits

are more

v10lent,

and

make agreater

noife,

than the

trttefpirit.

The other two, ' of

commingfrom

he•ve~,

• comming for the

Church;

from the

holy Heaven,

to the

holy Church;

areborh,

m

The

Hcl,fpi–

tit,th

tis,Hi&

Grau1.

ler

~j. 2.4.

11al.:&39

fan8o :

and

f•pere qu.t furfum,

being

wife from thence,

and regard to

Religion

and the

Cht1rch

;arethe two bell:

Charaflers

to di!Cerne the

Holy Spirit

by.

Now ye will underftand of your fdves (I !hall not need to tell you;) v.henwe

fpeake ofthe

Holy Spirit

,as

itjilleth

us, we meane not the

Ejfence

or

Per(on

ofrhe

He7

Ghoft,

that

jilleth Heaven andearth

(faith the

Prophet;)

and

there uno gotng fromtl

(faith the

P(almift :)

But onely certaine

imprefiolls

ofrhe

Spirit.

The

Pf•lmifl.

callerh

thein

Gifts (Pfa!.

LXVIII. XVIII.)The

Apoftle,Gr4ces(l Cor.

XII.VII.)wluchcal·

ry the name oftheir Caufe: fo that (in the

Dialefl

or

Idiom

ofrhe

Scriptures}to

beft·

Luk• ! ·' 7 ·

led

with them, is to be filled with the

Spirit.

To tl1ewthis, otherwhile they beJOYd

ned:the

fpirit61'1dp~werif

EliM

(that is '

thepswerofthe{pirit;

the

Wi{edom!Jea"-t

-

'

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