The Holy Spirit is spirit, but He is still a person. He is an individual even as a part of the Trinity. He is not a servant of God; He is God.
Day One: Person
Many people find the doctrine of the Holy Spirit confusing. Is the Holy Spirit a force, a person, or something else? What does the Bible teach?...
Day Two: Gender
A common mistake made with regard to the Holy Spirit is referring to the Spirit as "it," something most translations of the Bible are careful to avoid. The Holy Spirit is a person. He has the attributes of personhood, performs the actions of persons, and has personal relationships...
Day Three: The Filioque Clause
The filioque clause was, and still is, a controversy in the church in relation to the Holy Spirit. The question is, "from whom did the Holy Spirit proceed, the Father, or the Father and the Son?" The word filioque means "and son" in Latin... Read More
Day Four: Names and Titles
The Holy Spirit is known by many names and titles, most of which denote some function or aspect of His ministry. Below are some of the names and descriptions the Bible uses for the Holy Spirit...
For more, see: "What is the difference between the Holy Spirit and Holy Ghost?"
Day Five: Manifest Presence
God's omnipresence is His attribute of being everywhere at once. He is omnipresent even when we do not experience His presence; He is here, even if we do not recognize Him...
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