Who Is the Holy Spirit?

Let me start by saying that there is no difference between the names Holy Ghost and the Holy Spirit. Both names represent the same person. The Greek word for both, Ghost and Spirit, is the word pneuma, which sounds like new’-ma. The word pneuma primarily represents the wind. The wind is invisible and immaterial. So is the Holy Spirit; however, He is a real Person, the third Person of the Godhead. Please read what Jesus told Nicodemas in John 3:8. Be sure and read it now, and we’ll continue next week. God Bless!


4 Responses to “Who Is the Holy Spirit?”

  1. Tonya Howard says:

    Great story!!! I look forward to a follow up.

  2. Pastor Hudson says:

    Amen . Looking forward to next post.

  3. Tonya Howard says:

    John chapter 3 verse (nkjv) eight, the end of that versus Jesus says everyone who is born of the holy spirit, who is “everyone” referring to?

    • Pastor Montgomery says:

      Everyone is all those who hears the Word of God and believes the Word and trust Christ as Savior is born again by the Spirit of God.

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