-fied; -fy•ing [Middle English, from Anglo-French edifier, from Late Latin & Latin; Late Latin aedificare to instruct or improve spiritually, from Latin, to erect a house, from aedes temple, house; akin to Old English ād funeral pyre, Latin aestas summer] 14th century
2: to instruct and improve especially in moral and religious knowledge: UPLIFT also: ENLIGHTEN, INFORM
Pursue love and desire spiritual gifts
and above all that you may prophesy.
2 For the person who speaks in another language is not speaking to men but to God, since no one understands him; however, he speaks mysteries in the Spirit.