Who Is the Holy Spirit?

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The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity of God. He is the very Spirit of the mighty God Himself.

Although all Christians have access to true spirituality through the Holy Spirit, many of them fail to understand who the Holy Spirit really is. The Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity of God. He is the very Spirit of the mighty God Himself.

The Holy Spirit leads us into faithfulness and reveals God's Truth and will. He equips us to do the work of God's Kingdom. He guides, leads, and empowers us to live holy and righteous lives.

We must not make the mistake of trivializing or undervaluing the power and role of the Holy Spirit. He is the breath of the living God. He is the hurricane force that created the universe. He is the mighty wind that blew on the dust that formed Adam. He is the mighty wind that parted the Red Sea.

The Bible reveals four tasks of the Holy Spirit in regard to our spirituality. The Holy Spirit gives us true spirituality by quickening our dead spirits, transforming our fallen nature, sealing us with God's ownership, and filling us with His presence. With such crucial tasks as these, let us not neglect the Spirit or fail to keep in step with Him (see Galatians 5:25).

Prayer: God, thank You for the Holy Spirit. Help me to have a deeper understanding and appreciation for the Holy Spirit's role in my life. I pray in the name of Jesus. Amen.

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you" (Acts 1:8).

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