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Letters From God and His Christ:

The Holy Spirit.
4/19/05 From God The Father - A Letter Given to Timothy, For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

This question was asked: Should we worship the Holy Spirit? And is the Holy Spirit a person?

Thus says The Lord: Where is it written, in the Scriptures of Truth, “Give praise and worship unto the Holy Spirit”? The Spirit of God is holy because I am holy, and all I do and purpose is holy and true. Therefore worship God, offer up praises in the name of The Son, and give thanks. Yet you need not worship that part of Myself I have given to men, those who are saved by grace. For those who believe in The Son, and also seek to obey Him, receive of My spirit; and because of this they proclaim Jesus is The Lord, that indeed, YahuShua is YaHuWaH!

Therefore, give heed to the leading of the Spirit...

For it is My hand upon you,
Guiding you in the way in which you should walk;
It is My voice speaking softly within your heart,
Reminding you of that which I have taught you...

The presence of God restoring you to righteousness and life.

For indeed holy, holy, holy is The Lord God Almighty... One God, three aspects... Two beings, The Father and The Son. For even The Son can breathe His spirit upon you, and cause it to dwell within you, for as The Father is so too is The Son... We are One.
Understand this also: The power of God moving upon the earth is called the Holy Spirit, yet My spirit has no name. For The Holy Spirit is not separate, but is a manifestation of My presence with men and My will made manifest in the world. Therefore, how can one pray to that which he prays through? Shall one pray to the hand of God?... Pray directly to your God, in The Son’s name, and through the Spirit we shall be one.
Behold, all My servants in Heaven, and those upon the earth, move, speak and hear Me through the Holy Spirit. Yet only in The Son shall My children truly know Me and have life. For in Him is the fullness of God revealed, and by Him do all things consist. For He is The True Vine, and apart from Him one can not exist... And oh how blessed are those who truly know Him, for they have also received of Him, even the Spirit.

Therefore, accept My love and receive of My gifts;
For the Spirit is indeed a gift given by The Father,
Received through The Son, for your sake...

Call it not a person, call it a blessing...

For indeed, blessed are those who have the Spirit of God,
For God dwells within them.


I am With You Always - Regarding the Holy Spirit
1/5/07 From The Lord, Our God and Savior - A Letter Given to Timothy, For All Those Who Have Ears to Hear

Question asked by Timothy: Lord, can You help me better understand John 16:13-15?

[God The Father answered] Timothy, think not in earthly terms, nor consider by human means. Rather know and understand that which I send is spirit and truth, the very same as Christ who I also sent, being manifest in the flesh, the same as God, Immanu El. So that received is of God and of Christ, for The Father and The Son are one, yet manifest as two so the men and women of this earth may know Me.
Therefore, if you receive of My Spirit, then the Spirit you have received is of Christ and God. Thus The Comforter is of The Son and The Father also... We are one. I am, We are, omnipresent, being not bound by earthly laws, but of a spiritual freedom of which you can not yet understand. So then if the Holy Spirit is that part of Christ which is also in God, then The Lord has left that part of Himself which dwells within you, even to the end of the age.

Thus says The Lord, your Teacher: This is why I said the Spirit shall not speak of itself as one separate, but shall receive of Mine and show it to you. The Spirit and The Christ are completely one, and I am in The Father and The Father is in Me; and all The Father wills is made manifest by Me and through Me. Thus the Spirit is given, so you may know Me and receive strength enough to walk in My ways. For by the Spirit am I with you always, though we yet remain apart on account of your flesh.
Then when the day comes (and behold, it is indeed coming very quickly, says The Lord) when you are changed from perishable to imperishable, no longer shall I dwell only in you but you shall dwell also in Me, and you shall truly know Me as I am, for you will be like Me in spirit. For as it is written, “For now you see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face. Now you know in part, but then you shall know just as you are also known”...

Then shall all these sayings come to pass...

“Death is swallowed up in victory”,
And, “I shall be their God, and they shall be My people”,
And again, “I will dwell in them and walk among them”...

And they shall also dwell in Me, forever.

For the old order of things has passed away...

Behold, all is made new!




The true New Testament teaching, as preserved in the Greek text, is that the Holy Spirit is not a person. Rather, it is the power of God which He puts within human beings to accomplish spiritual works. Luke clearly describes this function: “And the angel answered and said to her, ‘The Holy Spirit shall come upon you, and the power of the Highest shall overshadow you’ ” (Luke 1:35). Just before He ascended into heaven, Jesus told the apostles “ ‘to await the promise of the Father, which,’He said, ‘you have heard of Me. Now then, John, on the one hand, baptized with water; on the other hand, you shall be baptized with the Holy Spirit after not many days... But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes upon you...’ ” (Acts 1:4-8).

Here is the author’s explanation of his translation of those passages in John 14, 15 and 16 which concern “the Spirit of the Truth” and “the Comforter”:

“The Spirit of the Truth,” in John 14:17 comes from the Greek to pneuma tees aleetheias, and is another designation for “the Holy Spirit.” In the New Testament Greek, “the Holy Spirit” is always a neuter noun, which truly reflects the Scriptural teaching that the Holy Spirit is the power of God and not a person. The Greek nouns for “Spirit,” “the Spirit,” “Holy Spirit” and “The Holy Spirit” (KJV “Holy Ghost”) are as follows: pneuma, to pneuma, pneuma hagion, to hagion pneuma, to pneuma to hagion, and the above referenced to pneuma tees aleetheias. These nouns, in their various forms, are always and only neuter in gender. Likewise, the pronouns for to pneuma to hagion are always and only neuter in gender. Therefore, it is absolutely incorrect to translate “the Spirit,” “the Holy Spirit,” or “the Spirit of the Truth” and its pronouns in the masculine gender. Since the Greek text reveals that “the Spirit of the Truth” is in the neuter gender, the author has correctly translated its pronouns as “it,” “which” and “that one,” as a neuter entity should properly be translated. To translate these neuter nouns and their pronouns in the masculine gender clearly violates the basic rules of translation. Pneuma and its various derivations are nowhere revealed in Scripture as masculine gendered nouns!

However, in John 14:16, 26, and John 15:26, we do find a masculine gendered noun used in reference to the Holy Spirit, as a descriptive noun, ho parakleetos, which is translated in the KJV as “the Comforter.” Ho parakleetos defines a function of “the Holy Spirit,” or “the Spirit of the Truth,” as “a helper,” and “the helper,” or as “a comforter” and “the comforter.” While this masculine gendered descriptive noun is used to describe a vital function of the Holy Spirit, it does not designate “the Holy Spirit,” or “the Spirit of the Truth,” as a person. In I John 2:1 the masculine descriptive noun Parakleetos is used to describe a function of Jesus Christ as “an Advocate” for Christians.

The demonstrative pronoun of ho parakleetos is ekeinos, which means “that” or “that one.” The author has accordingly translated ekeinos in reference to ho parakleetos as “that one,” whereas most translations incorrectly translate ekeinos as “He.” The use of a descriptive masculine gendered noun and its pronouns does not make the Holy Spirit a “third co-equal member of a triune godhead,” a “divine being” equal with the Father and the Son. For those who know the New Testament Greek, it is evident that the theology of men, which is contrary to the inspired Greek text, has been inserted into the English translations in an attempt to give Scriptural support to the false doctrine of the Trinity.


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