50. iv. That where "spirit" is said of the Lord, there is meant His Divine life, thus the Lord Himself, is evident from these passages:
He whom the Father hath sent speaketh the words of God, for God hath not given the spirit by measure unto Him; the Father loveth the Son, and hath given all things into His hand (John 3:34, 35).
There shall go forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse, and the spirit of Jehovah shall rest upon Him, the spirit of wisdom and intelligence, the spirit of counsel and might (Isa. 11:1, 2).
I have put My spirit upon Him, He shall bring forth judgment to the nations (Isa. 42:1).
When the enemy shall come as a pent-up stream, the spirit of Jehovah shall lift up a standard against him; then shall the Redeemer come to Zion (Isa. 59:19, 20).
The spirit of the Lord Jehovih is upon Me; Jehovah hath anointed Me to preach good tidings to the poor (Isa. 61:1; Luke 4:18).
Jesus knowing in His spirit that they so reasoned within themselves (Mark 2:8).
Jesus exulted in spirit, and said (Luke 10:21).
Jesus was troubled in His spirit (John 13:21).
Jesus sighed in His spirit (Mark 8:12).
 "Spirit" as used for Jehovah Himself, that is, the Lord:
God is a Spirit (John 4:24).
Who hath directed the Spirit of Jehovah, or who is a man of His counsel? (Isa. 40:13).
The Spirit of Jehovah led them by the hand of Moses (Isa. 63:12, 14).
Whither shall I go from Thy Spirit, and whither shall I flee? (Ps. 139:7).
Jehovah said, Not by might, but by My Spirit shall he do it (Zech. 4:6).
They provoked the Spirit of His holiness, therefore He was turned to be their enemy (Isa. 63:10; Ps. 106:33, 40).
My Spirit shall not strive with man forever, for he is flesh (Gen. 6:3).
I will not contend to eternity, for the Spirit should fail before Me (Isa. 57:16).
The blasphemy against the Holy Spirit shall not be forgiven; but he who shall speak a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven (Matt. 12:31, 32; Mark 3:28-30; Luke 12:10).
"Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit," is blasphemy against the Lord's Divine; "a word against the Son of man," is something said against the Word by wrongly interpreting its meaning; for "the Son of man" is the Lord in respect to the Word, as has been shown above.