Holy Ghost

Holy Ghost - The Spirit of God is His power by which He achieves all His purposes.  By His Spirit, God:

This description of God's Spirit occurs almost exclusively in the New Testament.  The Holy Spirit is God's Spirit directed particularly to His work of salvation in Jesus, which may be described as "the new creation in Christ Jesus" (Gal 6:15, 2 Cor 5:17).  Although sometimes referred to in a personal sense, the Holy Spirit is not a person, but rather is God's power active through His Son, His apostles and His prophets in the first century, and through continuing angelic ministration (Acts 10:38, Eph 3:5, 1 Cor 14:29-30, Isa 63:9-10).

Through His Holy Spirit, God:

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