Skip to content
Prev Next

Class 6 Who is God the Holy Spirit?

The Holy Spirit, often overlooked or misunderstood, is not merely an impersonal force, but a fully divine and personal entity within the Christian faith. As the third person of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit is God Himself actively present and working in the lives of believers.

Scripture reveals the Holy Spirit as a comforting and personal presence. In John 14:16-17, Jesus promises to send the Holy Spirit, also known as the Advocate or Comforter, to be with believers forever. This depiction emphasizes the Holy Spirit’s personal nature, offering reassurance, guidance, and support to those who follow Christ. In Romans 8:26, the Holy Spirit is described as interceding for believers with “groanings too deep for words.” This intimate act of intercession highlights the Holy Spirit’s personal engagement with believers, understanding their deepest needs and concerns.

Jesus describes the Holy Spirit as a counselor and guide in John 16:13. This guidance is not a distant or impersonal force but a personal interaction, leading believers into truth and helping them discern God’s will for their lives.

It is essential to recognize that the Holy Spirit is not merely an abstract concept or a passive influence but a divine person who actively comforts, counsels, and walks alongside believers. Through a deeper understanding of Scripture and the teachings of the Christian faith, believers can experience the transformative power of the Holy Spirit as a personal and intimate presence in their lives.

9AM | 10:30AM | 12PM PST