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He ascended into Heaven, and intercedes for us
at the Right Hand of GOD.
c He, being received up into Glory, and let at the Right Hand of God, in the heavenly Pla. ces, maketh Intercession for us. .
à Christ is not entred into the holy Places, made with Hands, which are the Figures of the true; but into Heaven it self, now to appear in the Presence of God for us.
e He hath afcended on high; he hath led Captivity captive; he hath received Gifts for Men; yea, for the Rebellious also, that the Lord God might dwell among them.
a John 6. 38, 39. John 17. 4. A&ts 1. 3, John 16. 28. Mar. 16. 19. Acts 3. 2; Heb. 1. 2, 3.
Ci Tim. 3. 16. Eph. 1. 20. Rom. 8. 34. d Heb. 9. 24. Pf. 68. 18.
a 11. 53. 12.. bi John 2. 1. Heb. s. s. 6. Heb. 7. 24, 25. Jer. 30. 34.
John 14. 6, 2, 3. a Heb. 9. 14. Mat. 3. 16. Rom. 8. 9. 1 Pet. 1. 11, 12. John 15. *26. Ex. 34. 34. 2 Cor. 3. 17. Ex. 6. 3. Afts s. 3, 4. : Si Cor. 6, 19.
* Whofo. a Whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it Ihall not be forgiven him, neither in this World, neither in the World to come. · b Mighty Signs and Wonders were wrought by the Power of the Spirit of God.
c The Spirit searcheth all things, yea, the deep things of God, which no Man knoweth, but the Spirit of God.
The extraordinary OPERATIONS of the
a Jesus was conceived of the Holy Ghoft :. And when he was baptized, the Heavens were opened unto him, and the Spirit of God descended, like a Dove, and lighted upon him; and he was full of the Holy Ghost: and, the Spirit of the Lord being upon him, he preached the Gospel of Peace and Salvation.
e He cast out Devils by the Spirit of God: and, through the Eternal Spirit, he offered himself, without spot, to God.
f After Jesus, through the Holy Ghoft, had given Commandments unto the Apostles, whom he had chosen, and was taken up from them into Heaven; he sent them another Comforter, which is the Holy Ghoft; even the Spirit of Truth, who was to abide with them for ever, to guide them into all Truth, to teach them all things, to bring all things to their remeinbrance, whatsoever he had said unto them, and to shew them things to come.
a Mat. 12. 32. Rom. 15. 19. Heb. 2. 4. ci Cor. 2. 10, 11. d Mat. 1. 21, 20. Mat. 3. 16. Luke 4. I. If. 61. 1. Eph. 6. 15. Eph. 1. 13. Mat. 12. 28. Heb. 9. 14. ^ Acts 1. 2, 11. John 15. 26. John 14, 16, 26, 17, 16. John 16. 13. John 14. 26. John 16. 13.
a And the Apostles were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and spake with other Tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.
o That great Salvation, which at the first began to be spoken by the Lord, was confirmed unto us by them that heard him ; God bearing them witness, both with Signs and Wonders, and with divers Miracles, and Gifts of the Holy Ghost, according to his own Will.
c For, to one was given, by the Spirit, the Word of Wisdom, and Knowledge ; to another the Gifts of Healing, by the fame Spirit; to another the Working of Miracles; to another Prophecy: to another discerning of Spirits; to another divers kinds of Tongues; to another the Interpretation of Tongues : but all these wrought that one, and the self-fame Spirit, dividing to every Man severally, as he would.
The common OPERATIONS of the SPIRIT, in
a There are diversities of spiritual Gifts, acá cording to the manifold Grace of God; which do all contribute to our Salvation. For the ManifeItation of the Spirit is given to every Man to profit withal.
b Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Liberty.
This is that Spirit of Wisdom, by whom the Eyes of our Understandings are enlightned, that we may know what is the Hope of the Calling of God, what the Riches of the Glory of his In: heritance in the Saints.
d We have received the Spirit, which is of God, that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God.
c It is by the Holy Ghost, which dwelleth in us, that we are enabled to hold fast the Form of sound Words, which we have heard, and to keep all those good things which have been committed to us.
f The Fruit of the Spirit is in all Goodness, Righteousness, and Truth; Love, Joy, Peace, Long-suffering, Gentleness, Faith, Meekness, and Temperance.
& Through the Power of the Holy Ghost we abound in Hope, and are filled with all Joy, and Peace in believing; the Love of God being shed abroad in our Hearts by the Holy Ghost, which is given unto us.
h By the Spirit of God we are strengthned with Might, in the inner Man, and, by this means, are we rooted and grounded in Love.
* 1 Cor. 12. 4. 1 Pet. 4. 10. Tit. 2. 11. 1 Cor. 12.7. 62 Cor. 3. 17. (Eph. 1. 17, 18. & y Cor. 2. 12, • 2 Tim. 1, 14, 13, 14. Eph. s. 9. Gal. s. 22, 23. & Rom. is. 13. Rom. s. so. Eph. 3. 16, 17.