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Soul refused to be comforted. lxxviii

. 18. they tempted God - by asking meat for their luft. cvii. 9. — he fatisheth the longing Soul, and filleth the hungry Soul. cxliii. 4. Therefore is my Spirit overwhelmed within me. Prov. xv. 13. — by forrow of the heart, the Spirit is broken. xvii. 22. — a broken Spirit drieth the bones. xxiii. 2. put a knife to thy throat, if thou be a man given to * appetite. xxv, 28. - He that hath no rule over his ownSpirit, is like a city that is broken down, xxxi: 6. Give wine to those that bed of beavy hearts. The appetite is not filled.-9. Better is the sight of the eyes than the wandering of the desire. If. xxix. 8. It shall even be as whenanhungry man dreameth, and behold he eateth; but he awaketh, and his Soul is empty :'or as when a thirsty man dreameth, and behold he drinketh; but he awaketh, and behold he is faint, and his Soul hath appetite. xxxii. 6. To make empty the Soul of the hungry. xxxviii. 15. - I shall go softly all my years in the bitterness of my Soul. liv. 6. - the Lord hath called thee as a woman grieved in Spirit. lv. 2. Let your Soul delight itself in fatness. lviii. 10. - - if thou draw out thy Soul to the hungry, and satisfy the afflicted Soul. - I. the Lord shall satisfy thy Soul in drought. Jer. ii. 24. That snuffeth up the wind at her pleasure. Dan. ii. 3. — my Spirit was troubled to know the dream. Mic.vii.i.

my Soul desireth the first ripe fruit. Hab. ii.5. enlargeth his Defire. Joh. x. 24. – fhow long doit thou make us to doubt? xii.

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troubled. Afts xiv. 2. — the unbelieving Jews ftirred


the Gentiles, and made their minds evil affected towards the brethren. xvii. 16. his Spirit was stirred in him, when he saw the city wholly given to Idolatry. Heb. xii. 3. left

ye be wearied, and faint in your minds. ya. iv.5.the Spirit that dwelleth in us lusteth to envy. Rev. xviii. 14.- the fruits that thy Soul lufteth after, are departed from thee.

VII. In other places they fignify the SUPERIOR FACULTIES, and operations of a man's mind;

As when these last are superadded to the former. Deut. xxvi.16. -- thou shalt therefore keep and do them with all thine heart, and with all thy Soul. Add xxx. 6. Matt. xxii.37. Markxii. 30, 33. Luke x. 27. Asts iv. 32.

Or opposed to the Body or Flesh. Mic. vi. 7. The fruit of my Body for the fin of my Soul. Mat. xxvi.41. The Spirit indeed is willing, but the flesh is weak. Add Mark xiv.38.1 Corivi. 20.- -glorify God in your body, and in your Spirit. Add vii. 34. 2 Cor. vii. I.

let us cleanse ourselves from all filthiness of the flesh and Spirit. Gal. iii. 3. having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh? Add. v.17. Eph. iv. 23.- be renewed in the Spirit of your mind. Ph. iii. 3.

worship God in the Spirit . and have no confidence in the flesh. 1 Pet. ii. II. abftain from fleshly lusts, which war against the Soul. 370b. 2. I wish -- thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as thy Soul prospereth.



First, First, His Thoughts. Pf. xxiv. 2. who hath not lift up his Soul to vanity. xxxii. 2. in whose Spirit there is no guile. ' Axts xix. 21. — Paul purposed in Spirit — to go to Jerusalem.

And Intelle&t. Prov. ii. 10. When -- knowledge is pleasant unto thy Soul. xx. 27. The Spirit of man is the candle of the Lord. Add xxxiii.8. Mark ii

. 8. When Jesus perceived in his Spirit that they fo reasoned. Cor. ï.11.-What man knoweth the things of a man, save the Spirit of man which is in him?

Secondly, Judgment. Dan. v.12. An excellent Spirit, and knowledge, and understanding -- were found in--Daniel. AEts Xv, 24. — certain which went out from us have troubled


subverting your Souls.

Or Conscience. Num. Xxx.4.- her bond wherewith the hath bound her Soul. So verse 5, &c. Acts xviii. 5. Paul was pressed in Spirit. i Pet. i. 22.

ye have purified your Souls in obeying the truth.

Thirdly, His Will and Choice. 2 Chron. xxxvi. 22.— the Lord stirred up the Spirit of Cyrus. So Ezra i... Pf. xxvii. 12. Deliver me not over to the will of mine enemies. cv, 22. To bind his princeso at bis pleasure. Jer. xxxiv. at their pleasure.

Fourthly, His Courage, and Resolution to pursue it. Jof. v.1. - their heart melted, neither was there Spirit in them any more. Prov. xviii. 14. The Spirit of a man will sustain his infirmity. Hag. i. 14: the Lord stirred up the Spirit of Zerubbabel -- Joshua — and the Spirit of all the



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remnant of the people, and they came and did work in the house of the Lord. Afts xviii. 25.-being fervent in the Spirit, he spake and taught diligently. Rom. i. 9. God is my witness whom I serve with my Spirit. xii. 11. not Nothful in business, fervent in Spirit.

Fifthly, His care and concern. 1 Cor. v.3. verily as absent in Body, but present in Spirit.

Col. ii. 5. Though I be absent in the Flesh, yet am I with you in the Spirit, joying and beholding your order.

Sixthly, His general Temper. Prov.xvi. 2. All the ways of a Man are clean in his own Eyes, but the Lord weigheth the Spirits. xvii. 27, A Man of understanding is of an excellent Spirit.

Inclination. 6.- Doing the will of God a from the Heart. Col. iii. 23:—Whatsoever ye do, do it a beartily, as to the Lord.

Or Disposition. G.xxiii. 8. — If it be your mind that I should bury my dead. Ex.xxxv. 21.

they came every one of whom his Spirit made willing. Ezek. xiii.3. - wo unto the foolish Prophets that follow their own Spirit. Cor. ij. 12. - we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the Spirit which is of God.

And thus we have a broken. Ps. li.17. The Sacrifices of God are a broken Spirit. Contrite; I. Ixvi. 2. m. to this Man will I look, even to him that is poor and of a contrite Spirit. Humble; Prov. xvi.9. Better is it to be of an humble Spirit. If.lvij

. 15.-- I dwell - - with him that is of a contrice and humble Spirit. Faithful; Prov. ii. 13.

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the matter. Patient; Ecclef.vii

. 8.- the patient in Spirit is better than the proud in Spirit. Quiet; i Pet.iii. 4.

the ornament of a meek and quiet Spirit. A new; Ezek. xxiii.31.-make heart, and a new spirit. And a right spirit; 10. — renew a right spirit within me. Or a baughty; Prov. xvi. 18. Pride goeth before destruction: and an haughty spirit before a fall. Perverse; Is. xix. 14. The Lord hath mingled a perverse spirit in the midst thereof. Hardened Spirit; Deut. ii.30.— the Lord thy God hardened his Spirit. Dan.v. 20. His mind hardened in Pride. A Spirit of Bondage; Rom.viii. 15.— ye have not received the Spirit of bondage again to fear. Error; IS. xxix. 24. They also that erred in Spirit. 190.iv. 6. — hereby know we the Spirit-of . Error. Antichrift; 1 Joh.iv.3. - this is that Spirit of Antichrist. Fear ; 2 Tim. 1.7. God hath not given us the Spirit of Fear. Heaviness ; IJ.lxi.3. - to give unto them the Garment of praise for the Spirit of heaviness. Sleep; IJ.— the Lord hath poured out upon you the Spirit of deep Sleep. Slumber ; Rom. ii. 8.

God hath given them the Spirit of Slumber. Whoredoms ; Hof.iv. 12. — the Spirit of Whoredoms hath caused them to err. Add v. 4. Uncleanness; Zech. xiii. 2. I will cause the unclean Spirit to pass out of the land, Or of Wisdom ; Ex.xxviii.3. - thou shalt speak unto all — whom I have filled with the Spirit of Wisdom. Judgment ; If.iv.4. When the Lord shall have purged the blood of Jerusalem from the midst thereof, by the Spirit of Judgement. xxviii. 6. — for a Spirit of Judgement to him that fitteth in Judgement. Knowledge; I/. ii. 2.-


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