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Who is the Holy Spirit?

In the Christian faith, the Holy Spirit is One of the three Persons of the Holy Trinity, along with God the Father and Jesus Christ the Son.

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of the living God, equal in power and majesty to God the Father and Jesus Christ. He is a personal being Who is present and active in the world, and works in the hearts and lives of believers to bring about spiritual transformation and growth.

The Holy Spirit is the "Helper" and the "Comforter," and is the only source of guidance, wisdom, and strength for believers.

In the New Testament, the Holy Spirit is described as being involved in many aspects of the Christian life, including the inspiration of the scriptures, the empowerment of believers to share the gospel, and the transformation of believers into the likeness of Christ.

The Holy Spirit is actively involved in the creation and maintenance of the Church, the body of believers in Jesus Christ.

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