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Rtplttif••t

NoV(,rep!eti fimt iOi. !Ui,

with reference

to·o~hers

fince;and (if you will)to'o

•lb,wuh rehfc-

fel

ves. They,m rhefucceedmg ages, and we,to rhts day,

remve

the

Spirit

too

0

1

~t

rencuo oc ers • ·

.

c

lh

f

h

,/1/

'

re

1$

_

lrtswrongwuhus. But,bothrheybc,oreus, orto r

eApo,;. es;

andwelhonof

l'lal , 31

i

them, by much. It farerH herein,as it doth in the powring forth of an

ointment

(the

·

·

· ·

Pfalme

fo likeneth it:) No

oynttJJentat

the

skirts,or

edges of

agarment,dorh

r~neli

frelh, and

ful~l

as on the

~e•d

and

beitrd,

where it was firft

!h~d

:_ever, the funherk

goeth, the rhuiner and rhmnerthe ftreames be. Therefore 1t

IS

fatd,

Repltti

Jam

19 -,

and even

il!i

wams nor his force

,they

wereji/led,thcy. We, but a

Hin,

to their

Eph;:

bur

anhandfi•ll,

to tlieir

he•p.e;

bur

arantifme,

to their

Bap:ifme. They

filled:

had

as

much, as they could hold : We have our

meafure,

fuch asms ; bur, fu/lwearcnor.

1

'z

lf.ttt{in.

Pial. 68.1! .

Ephef4.8·•

.None of us fo full, but we could hold more.

And, tyw reaions there are tehdred: •One, fuch a

Peniecoft,

as this, rieverwas

but this ; never thelikebefore, norfince. It was C

u a Is T s

Coronationday,rhe

day uf placing Him in His

Throne,

when

Heg•vc thefegiftstmto men.

That

day

aU

magnificence

was lhewed, the like not to be lookedforever after.

'

Then againc, to fay truth, our

task~-worke

is!)Ot fo great, tpat we

need

r~quire

fuch

a

fillmg.

We have to dealebur w1rhan

bandfull

of mtn,

m

comparifon·

aod

thofe brought lip in religion, and(as it were)

hr6ken,

toour hands. 'They, wi;hthe

fulneJftof theGentiles,

all mankinde; wilde as then, and enraged;

filledf~llof

ma.

lice

~gainft

them; and their doClrine by the cvill fpirit : that, they needcdtheg

11

J

Spmt,

to fill, to encounter fuch oppofir.on. The cafe (you fee) d1ffm much. It

was

happie for the world, they had

this6verflowlngfidnejf~Njth"esp~rit.

Jtisenoughfor

us, we have the

meafim

fpoken of,

z Cor

.u.

9.

Sufftcit 11h1gratta,grt4·e{ufjcltlll

for

us: and let rhat content us. And rhus much for the

cqmmentary

of rhewiml. Now,tQ

theglojfe

of

thetMguu.

·

T he

gt..ffeof

They

~~ere

filled;

and, in figne they were

jif!ed,

it is added, they rAnmover: The

the

mgues.

* fire

was

kindledin them,

by this

wind

;

and in ftgnerhereof, they

Jieake

withtbtir

f;f,{.~'bt"' tong"~·

·

Indeed, pitie theylhould be

thus~//, an~

have no meanes

tO

yenrit:havc

-

afitrtttofill, and·notatongut'to

empty, or•mparttt. Therefore, rhdongn111vere

requifite. The

wind

would haveferved them, iftheyha.dbeenetobeechriflim

only : Bur,they weretobe Apoffles(thar is,

Amha(Jadors)

and fuch mull: havetongr11,

needs. But, two impcrfeClions were in their

tongues :

They were bur lingle :He

deft

them, and maclethem able

to

deale with many. • Their

tongues

were

watmfo

andweake :

Heg;.wethem, the forceandoperationofjire, toklndlefucha/ight, as

fhould

bttrneto

rhe worlds end. In a word: where they knew neither how

norwhlt

tb fpeake, He·gave them both : both

ficut,

how ; and

,;..,,~i}{i7',:.u,

what : Hce gave

themboth,and fo made them perfeClv1pqJt/es. Thefcfoure, .

~

caurAgt,

•l41lgu;ge,

Thc.!,pen•

dencecfB..e·

pltti,

lnd W..

quuti

1

their

•{ill.

~

difcretien,

and

4/earning.

'

Firll, aword of the dependance of

Repleti; 4ndloqur1ti :

They

were}UeJ,

and

theri

they hegan tojfeake.

It is well,they

began

not before; but werejiUedfirft,and

then/}aie

after. This, is the right order. Somewhere, fome fall

a

/}taking,

I will not fay be–

fore they be

[Nil,

or halfe-full; but while they be little better than

emptie,'if

not

empt1

quire. There, is nor

reJleti funt,

&

c~rperunt

!oqui : ca-ptruntloqtJi

beginsche verfe

with them;

Repletifunt

is skipped over. Ever,

emptying

prefuppofethjiflmg:

Repletl

hath reference to the

cifterne; Loqusti

to the

cocke.

The

ciflerne

would be fidllooked

to, that it have water fl:ore, before we be too bufie to ply

rhecocke;

Elfe, followwe

not· the

Holy Ghoft's method :

Elfe, it may

bec~rperunt

loqui,

but nor'

Jic#tdeJJtSpi·.·

ritru

.-

He giveth leave to none, to

(Jeake, empty.

~

·

..

d

Iris buta

G~&m.marnote

(that of

Hieromes)

_b~t

itis to :he_Purpofe, upon thewoble

quemdocebefmntt411f (Efay z8 .)

that

doeeo,

tflt have h1s nghr,would have a

dOll.

Accufative:

not onely, qaern,whom(that is) an

auditory;

burj(ienti.tm,what(th/ac;s)

~ '

kiWI'

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