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The Deity of the Holy Spirit

I. In what ways do we see the Scripture affirming the deity of the Holy Spirit?. A. The very . name. of the Holy Spirit suggests that He is a supernatural being.. The third person of the Godhead is .

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The Deity of the Holy Spirit

I. In what ways do we see the Scripture affirming the deity of the Holy Spirit?

A. The very name of the Holy Spirit suggests that He is a supernatural being.

The third person of the Godhead is

“spirit”

(John 4:24).

2. The third person of the Godhead is

“holy”

(Is. 6:3).Slide3

B. The Holy Spirit is described as having the

essential attributes of God.

The Holy Spirit is eternal (Heb. 9:14; Compare Gen. 21:33). 2. The Holy Spirit is omnipresent

or everywhere present (Ps. 139:7-10; Compare II Chr. 6:18).Slide4

3. The Holy Spirit is

omnipotent or all powerful (Zech. 4:6; Mic. 3:8; Luke 1:35; Rom. 15:13; Job 26:13; Compare Is. 40:28).4. The Holy Spirit is

omniscient or all knowing (I Cor. 2:10-11; John 14:26; 16:12-13; Is. 40:13; Compare I John 3:20; Ps. 147:5).Slide5

C. The Holy Spirit is described as having the

moral attributes of God.

The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Love (Rom. 15:30; Compare I John 4:16).2. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Holiness

(Rom. 1:4; Compare Ex. 15:11).

3. The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of

Truth

(I John 5:6; Compare John 14:6).Slide6

D. The Holy Spirit is seen doing the

works of God.

The Holy Spirit was involved in creation (Gen. 1:2; Job 33:4; Ps. 104:30).2. The Holy Spirit imparts life and resurrection power (John 6:63; Rom. 8:11).Slide7

3. The Holy Spirit inspired

prophecy and the Scriptures (II Pet. 1:21; II Sam. 23:2; II Tim. 3:16).4. The Holy Spirit

regenerates the spirit of man (John 3:2-5).5. The Holy Spirit exercises sovereignty as God (I Cor. 12:11; John 3:8; Acts 13:2-3; 20:28).Slide8

6. The Holy Spirit was responsible for the begetting of

Christ (Luke 1:35).7. The Holy Spirit anointed and

empowered Christ (Is. 61:1, Luke 4:14-21; John 3:34; Mt. 12:28; Acts 10:38).8. The Holy Spirit gives divine Gifts (I Cor. 12:4-11).Slide9

F. The name of the Holy Spirit is

associated with that of the Father and the Son (Mt. 28:19; Acts 2:38-39; 8:16; 10:48; II Cor. 13:14; I Cor. 12:4-6; Eph. 2:18; Heb. 9:14; I John 5:7-8).

G. The Holy Spirit is called “God” (Acts 5:3-4; II Cor. 3:18, NIV).Slide10

H. Divine

names are ascribed to the Holy Spirit.

The Spirit of God (I Pet. 4:14; Gen. 1:2; I Cor. 2:10-14)2. The Spirit of Jesus (Acts 16:7, NIV)3. The Spirit of the Living God (II Cor. 3:3)

4. The Spirit of the Father (Mt. 10:20).