The third person of the Trinity who exercises the power of the Father and the Son in creation and redemption. Because the Holy Spirit is the power by which believers come to Christ and see with new eyes of faith, He is closer to us than we are ourselves. Like the eyes of the body through which we see physical things, He is seldom in focus to be seen directly because He is the one through who all else is seen in a new light. This explains why the relationship of the Father and the Son is more prominent in the gospels, because it is through the eyes of the Holy Spirit that the Father- Son relationship viewed.
The Holy Spirit brings God’s Truth to our mind.
The Holy Spirit will be your teacher and will bring to your minds all that I have said to you John 14:26.
God speaks through ideas from the Holy Spirit He gives us thoughts. He gives us suggestions. He puts impressions or notions in our minds. When the devil talks to us that is temptation. But when God talks to us in our minds, we call that inspiration
Jesus, said in John 14:26 “The Holy Spirit will be your teacher and will bring to you minds all that I have said to you.”
The Holy Spirit is our teacher and counselor. He is like a personal coach!
The Holy Spirit speaks directly to our minds. He doesn’t speak in an audible voice. God does not need to go through our ears. He goes directly to our mind. “His Holy Spirit speaks to us deep in our hearts and tell us that we really are God’s children” (Romans 8:16 NLT).
The Holy Spirit also reveals to Christians the deep things of God (1 Corinthians 2:10-12 and the mystery of Christ (Ephesians 3:3-5). The Holy Spirit acts with God and Christ as the pledge or guarantee by which believers are sealed for the day of salvation (2 Corinthians 1:21-22), by which they walk and live (Romans 8:3-6) and abound in hope with power (Romans 15:13. Against the lust of the Spirit: “Love, joy, peace, longsuffering. “Kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control” (Galatians 5:22-23).
If the Holy Spirit brings God’s truth to mind, that’s means there is got to be something in there to bring out. That’s why we need to get into our Bible. When we read, study, fill our minds with God’s word, we are storing the truth in our minds and then the Holy Spirit can bring it to mind at just the right time.
Let us be careful the way we use the name of the Holy Spirit. Those call the Holy Spirit “Satan” reveal a spiritual cancer so advanced that they are beyond any hope of healing and forgiveness. Thus, committing the “unpardonable sin” implies final rejection of God’s offer of pardon.