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" Whoso is simple, let him turn in hither : as for him that wanteth understanding, she saith to him, Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled. "
An essay towards the theory of the ideal or intelligible world. Design'd for ... - Page 318
by John Norris - 1701
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Th' Exeter guide to both temporal happiness and eternal, by a Church of ...

Exeter guide - 1715
...freedom, and chearfulnefs of fpirjr. Then we may think we hear that voice of Wisdom, Jgrob. p. j , Come eat of my bread , and drink of the wine which I have mingled, Or that of the divine Lover, Cant. 5-. i. Eat, O fritndAilrink , yen, drink abundantly , O £e/oiW....
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The Redeemer and the Sanctifier: or The sacrifice of Christ and the ...

Isaac Watts - 1737 - 160 lehte
...reprefent Wifdom and Knowledge as the Food of the Soul, Prov. ix. 5. Wifdom crieth in the Streets, Ccme, eat of my Bread and drink of the Wine which I have mingled. Philo the Jew often fpeaks of Prudence, Wifdom and Virtue as that fpiritual Meat and Drink which nourifheth...
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The rational foundation of a Christian Church, and the terms of Christian ...

Isaac Watts - 1747
...to his own Soul, My Beloved, He has heard Wifdom inviting the Sons qf Men to her Feaft. Prov. ix. 5. Come eat of my Bread, and drink of the Wine 'which I have mingled. He has tafted of thefe Provifions in the Spiritual Senfe of them, and he would partake thereof in all...
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Sermons upon various subjects

Nathaniel Lardner - 1751 - 402 lehte
...WhoJo is fimple, let him turn in hither. As for him that "want eth under -/landing, Jhe fays to him : Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine, -which I haw mingled. ForJ'ake the jooliJh, and Hie : and go in the way of under{landing. This (lately dwelling,...
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Fifteen theologico-controversistical conferences

1785
...worfhip of the Jewifh or firft covenant. She hath mingled her wine; fhe hath alfo furnifhed her table. Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled, the worfhip or facrifice of the new or Chriftian Covenant. We will clofe this Conference, 'and repair...
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A Theologico-controversistical Conference Held at the Hague, the ..., 2. köide

1785
...the city. Who is fiinple, let him turn in hither ; he that wanted underftanding, fhe iaith to him. Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled. Forfake the foolifh and live, and go in the way of underftanding. He that reproveth the fcorner, getteth...
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Observations on divers passages of Scripture. Placing many of them in a ...

Thomas Harmer, Sir John Chardin - 1787
...Whofo is " fimple let him turn in hither : as for him " that wanteth underftanding, fhe faith to " him, Come, eat of my bread, and drink of " the wine which I have mingled." Here the reader obferves, that the invitation is fuppofed to be made by more than one perfon ; that...
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Sacred extracts: or, Books and chapters selected from the New and Old ...

1788
...Whofo is fimple, let him turn in hither : as for him that wanteth underftanding, fhe faith to him, 5 Come, eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled. 6 Forfake the foolifh, and live: and go in the way of underftanding. 7 He that reproveth a fcorner,...
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Scripture Characters: Or, A Practical Improvement of the Principal ..., 1. köide

Thomas Robinson - 1792
...with him at his table, while he bcftows fpiritual bleffings with a liberal hand. He f;iys, " Come, e^t of my bread, and drink of the wine, which I have mingled *." The knowledge of his love will aftord an inconceivably greater delight to the foul, than the moft...
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Sermons and Other Practical Works: Consisting of Above One Hundred ..., 4. köide

Ralph Erskine - 1795
...is fimple, let him turn in hither : As for him who hath no underftanding, Wifdom fays to him, Gome eat of my bread, and drink of the wine which I have mingled." Luke xiv. 2i.23. "Go quickly, fays the Mailer of the houfe, to the ftreets and lanes of the city, and...
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