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8. Turn around; temperament; opportunities; State of mind. A perfect judge will read any work of the joke, with the same spirit that its author wrote. 2473. isopsuchos — like-minded. Adjective Transliteration: isopsuchos Phonetic spelling: (ee-sop`-so-khos) Short definition: sharing the same ideas Definition: sharing the same ideas, mind or spirit. – 7k problem (36 occurrences). (See JPS ASV DBY). Ecclesiastes 1:14 I have seen all the works done under the sun; And behold, all things are vanity and wrath of the mind. (KJV WBS YLT)…/v/vexation.htm – 18k 3. The RATIONAL SOUL that animates us and preserves its being after the death of the body. This spiritual, rational and elective substance capable of eternal happiness.

See SOUL. 18. (V. T.) To mediate quickly and secretly or mysteriously, as if through a spirit; remove; — often outdoors or outdoors. The mind is usually derived from the Hebrew word ruach (strong #H7307 concordance) in the Old Testament of King James. This can mean, among other things, a wind (Hosea 8:7), a breath (Genesis 6:17), or a spirit (Genesis 26:35). The English word itself is recorded 244 times, with Isaiah using it most often (37), followed by the prophet Ezekiel (26). The first recorded use of “spirit” is found in the second stanza of the Bible. The Spirit of Power. THE SECOND BOOK OF KINGS, THE SPIRIT OF POWER.

And Elisha said to the king of Israel, “Put your hand on the bow. And he put his sound. /…/maclaren/Explanations of Scripture G/The Spirit of Power.htm There are some passages that see the Spirit as disembodied (2 Cor 5:1-5; Hebrews 12:23; 1 Peter 3:19). Paul speaks of being absent in the body but of being present in the spirit (Col 2:5), and James notes that the body died without the spirit (James 2:26). Luke 24:39See my hands and feet that I truly am. Touch me and see, for a spirit has no flesh and no bones, as you see I have. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV) Luke 9:40I begged your disciples to cast out the Spirit, but they could not. (WEY) Luke 9:39See, a spirit takes him, he weeps suddenly, and he shakes him, so that he foams, and he hardly deviates from him and wounds him gravely. (WEB KJV WEY ASV BBE DBY WBS YLT NAS RSV NIV) It was the Spirit of Mary who rejoiced (Luke 1:47). Jesus “grew and became strong; he was filled with wisdom” (Luke 2:40).

He was “deeply moved in spirit” when he saw Mary weeping for Lazarus` death (John 11:33). Apollos was characterized as speaking with “great fervor” (Acts 18:25) and Paul “had no peace of mind” when Titus did not meet him at Troas (2 Cor 2:13). Jesus gave a blessing on the “poor in spirit” (Matthew 5:3). 16. Something eminently pure and refined. Even the eye itself, the purest spirit of reason, is not seen either. 1. Powerless of spirits; want animation; want happiness; depressed; depressed. The Holy Spirit. Chapter XVI The Holy Spirit. In the previous three chapters, Christ presents the most complete description of the work of the Holy Spirit.

/…/Johnson/The Commentary on the New Testament Vol III John/The Holy Spirit.htm 2. In chemistry to extract the mind from natural bodies. 4. temperament; disposition of the mind, usually or temporarily; as a man with a generous spirit or a vengeful spirit; the ornament of a gentle and calm mind. Let us go to God`s house in the spirit of prayer. The “Ghosts in Prison”, 1. Peter 3:19, it is generally believed, are the souls of the sinners before the Flood who are now reserved until the Day of Judgment, but to whom the Spirit preached through the work of Noah, etc., 2 Peter 2:5, when they were in the flesh. Thus, Christ “preached” to the Ephesians, whom He never personally visited, Ephesians 2:17, 1. Refine the intellect; to clean up feces from the world; than to spiritualize the soul.

18. A strong, spicy or stimulating liqueur generally obtained by distillation in the form of rum, brandy, gin, whisky. In America, alcohol used without other words explaining its meaning refers to liquor distilled from sugarcane juice or rum. We say new spirit or old spirit, Jamaican spirit, &c. In a broader sense, Ruah [;jWr] means life forces or force when applied to a person. It is the spirit that sustains a person through illness (Proverbs 18:14), but the spirit of the afflicted can be crushed (Psalm 34:18).