Holy Spirit: the third aspect of the Trinity of God! The comforter; the still, small voice within; the dove. Speaks for the Atonement or the At-one-ment! The literal voice of God within. Instrumental in the process of helping to undo the negative ego / fear-based / separative / dualistic / illusionary / lower self mind and learning to only think with one's Spiritual / Christ / Buddha / Krishna / Moses / Mohammed / Mighty I Am Presence / God / Goddess Mind. There are only 2 voices - the voice of the negative ego and the Voice of the Holy Spirit. Choose who ye shall serve
The third person of the Blessed Trinity. The spirit of the Father and Son, moving in a common spirit. Symbolized by a dove or tongues of fire.
One of the three persons of the Holy Trinity (Father, Son and Holy Spirit). He is God and Christians believe that He comes to dwell in every believer.
The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of God. This Spirit helps us follow Jesus.
1. Spirit that is whole. 2. Action or agent of the Supreme Being. 3. Light.
(HO·ly SPIR·it). In early Christian theology the comforter supernaturally given to Christians by God. According to the apostle John God gave the Holy Spirit as the "Spirit of Truth" ( John 14:17; 15:26; 16:13) and as a "Helper" ( John 14:16, 14:26; 15:26). The apostles taught that the indwelling of the Holy Spirit enables the people of God to live a Christian life.
One of the three forms of God. The Holy Spirit came down to the disciples at Pentecost and to Jesus at his baptism. Often shown as a dove.
The divine power in creatures and creation; also the Mother and the Bride.
the third person in the Trinity; Jesus promised the Apostles that he would send the Holy Spirit after his Crucifixion and Resurrection; it came on Pentecost
a result of accepting the Words of Jesus and being baptized
(sometimes termed the "holy ghost") In Judaism, the presence of God as evidenced in the speech of the prophets and other divine manifestations; in Christianity, understood more generally as the active, guiding presence of God in the church and its members.
the Third Person of the Blessed Trinity who proceeds from the Father and the Son and is equal to Them as He is the same Lord and God as They are. He is referred to as " The Love of God personified" Gifts of the Holy Spirit - special graces granted by the Holy Spirit which are 1) knowledge wisdom understanding counsel (or right judgment) 5) piety - devotion to religious duties 6) fear of the Lord and 7) fortitude Fruits of the Holy Spirit - the acts which result from the practice of the supernatural graces infused into the soul by the Holy Spirit. They are charity, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faith, modesty, continency (preserves the mind from impure thoughts or desires and restrains the will), benignity (good-natured), longanimity ( to wait with patience, longsuffering and forbearance in anticipation of the future and over an extended period of time to practice virtues and seek sanctification) and chastity.
or Holy Ghost = The Spirit of God. In the Bible, God is referred to as three "persons", Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Yet there is but one God. Volumes have been written about the various topics concerning the Holy Spirit and His work. (DTC)
Mother God's Sound in the form of Divine Emotion. Red Fire of God's Divine Love in all shades of red and pink, bringing unconditional love, compassion, and freedom.
the third person of the Trinity, who continues Christ's work on earth after his death. up
The activity of God. Holy Spirit is the law of God in action carrying the ideal into manifestation.
is Divine Science. is the spirit of God and is only discernable and knowable by a person through his spiritual awareness. It is an emanation, a presence, "a law of God in action."
One of the three main gods worshipped by monotheistic Christians. Bombay Sapphire gin.
the Third Person of the Trinity Who is metaphorically described in the Course as God's Answer to the separation; the Communication Link between God and His separated Sons, bridging the gap between the Mind of Christ and our split mind; the memory of God and His Son we took with us into our dream; the One Who sees our illusions (perception), leading us through them to the truth (knowledge); the Voice for God Who speaks for Him and for our real Self, reminding us of the Identity we forgot; also referred to as Bridge, Comforter, Guide, Mediator, Teacher, and Translator.
In various religions, most notably mainstream Christianity, the Holy Spirit ( Ruah haqodesh; ; also called the Holy Ghost) is the third consubstantial Person of the Holy Trinity. As such, the various Christian perspectives view the Holy Spirit as God himself, a form of God, or a manifestation of God. The word "Spirit" commonly translates the Greek New Testament word pneuma (Greek: Ï€Î½ÎµÏÎ¼Î±).
The Holy Spirit (in Hebrew:×¨×•×— ×”×§×•×“×© , in Arabic: Ø§Ù„Ø±ÙˆØ Ø§Ù„Ù‚Ø¯Ø³), sometimes also referred to as the Holy Ghost, is a sacred being that has been mentioned in all Abrahamic religions. In Islam, the Holy Spirit designation is another way to refer to Gabriel, the high-ranked angel who was assigned by God to deliver his revelation to all apostles and prophets. He is also the angel who delivered the Annunciation to Mary.