When we say anything about the Holy Spirit, we must examine how it manifests or works. The work and manifestation of the Holy Spirit will determine how to define and describe it. In the days of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit came upon the disciples and they became a better people. Because of the nature of the Holy Spirit like, he can be described as a person. The Holy Spirit can be seen as a person because he feels, walks, thinks, operates, tastes, torches, and makes like us. (Ephesians 4: 30; Mathew 12 30-31; Acts 7: 51-52; Isaiah 63: 10; Hebrews 10: 28-30.)

Not only this, the Holy Spirit reshapes the lives of Christians and other believers. The works of the Holy in the lives of the believers make them know the right and wrong things. The Holy is something that make lives better spiritually and deposited the spirit of God in the people. (Acts 2; 14; Acts 7; 55-56; Acts 13; 9-11; Luke 1; 14; 1: 67; 4: 1; John 14: 16-17; Genesis 1: 2; Reve 22: 17.)

The Holy Spirit is a testifier. He testifies that Jesus Christ is the Son of God. He always makes and remembers the hope we have in Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit shows love, peace, direction, Goodwill, and the will of God to us, even the prayer we are supposed to pray and everything. (John 15: 26; 1 Corinthians 12: 11; Romans 8: 26-27; 15: 30; Acts 13: 2; Nehemiah 9: 20.)

The Holy Spirit is a helper during evangelism. The Holy Spirit in us works through which evangelism is done. We cannot achieve evangelism and mission works. But it is the Holy Spirit that can work it out and make things perfect. The power and strength of us cannot make us achieve spiritually and physically but the leading of the Holy Spirit can do that. When you preach to a person, you are the weapon used by God, it is the Holy Spirit that will perfect the work. (Acts 1: 7-8; Acts 1: 7; John 16: 8.)

We shall discuss what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit in this article.

The Holy Spirit helps to hear the voice of God.

The Holy Spirit is the helper who strengthens us to hear the voice of God clearly. The Holy Spirit speaks gently and audibly to hear people know what to do, how to talk, the direction to go, and so on. Read Luke 3: 22.

The Holy Spirit makes way for the Kingdom of God.

The work of the Holy Spirit is to make way to the Kingdom of God. After one is baptized, one must also be baptized through the Holy Spirit. It is through the Holy Spirit that Christians will begin to grow in the Lord which it will result in inheriting the Kingdom of God. Read John 3: 5.

The Holy Spirit changes lives.

The power of the Holy Spirit turns lives from hopelessness to hope. The Holy Spirit changes spiritual and physical lives. He is the driver and the director of our lives. The life that the Holy Spirit controls will live in the Spirit and the one that the flesh controls will live in the flesh. Read Galatians 3: 4; Luke 11: 13.

The Holy Spirit sanctifies.

Sanctification is the work of the Holy Spirit. After we have given out lives to Jesus Christ, it does not end there, the Holy Spirit will begin its responsibility to sanctify and make us holier. The Holy Spirit will not leave us. We are better every day through the works of the Holy Spirit. Read Mathew 3: 11.

The Holy Spirit was with Jesus on earth.

The Holy Spirit was present when Jesus Christ was living on earth and during His mission work on earth. Jesus Christ could achieve His Ministry through the help of the Holy Spirit. The Bible recorded that the Spirit of the Lord would descend upon Him on a regular basis. Read Mathew 3: 16; Luke 7: 35.

The Holy Spirit gives wisdom.

Wisdom comes from nowhere except God. God gives the Holy Spirit the work to do. When you are guided by the Holy Spirit, things will begin to be put in place or in the right way. And the wisdom to do all things will be given to us. Read Isaiah 11: 2.

The Holy Spirit is our advocate.

Like Jesus, the Holy Spirit is our advocate which He solicits for us before God. Not only this, the Holy Spirit defends us when the enemies, curses, and the power of darkness rise against us. John 14: 26; John 14: 15-17.

The Holy Spirit is the fair Judge.

When the Spirit of the is on people, the judgment will be fair; when there is no the Spirit of the Lord in people, the judgment will be biased. It is the work of the Holy Spirit that makes things work. Read Judges 4: 10- 14.

The Holy Spirit helps our weaknesses.

What can rectify our faults, errors, and weaknesses is the Holy Spirit. We are born to commit errors and we are prone to mistakes. But the Holy Spirit in us will not rest when the errors have been committed. He will notify us of corrections unless we do not listen to Him. Romans 8: 26.

The Holy Spirit annoys by blasphemy.

The Bible recorded that there was forgiveness and remission of other sins but the sins of the Holy Spirit could not be forgiven. Care must be taken in the way we talk to God, especially during tough times and negative situations. Such sins have repercussions. Read Mathew 12: 31-33.

The Holy Spirit gives birth to the Spirit and good fruit.

As said earlier the Holy Spirit gives birth to the Spirit and the flesh gives birth to the flesh. If you are in Spirit, you will be bearing the fruit of the Spirit, but if you are in flesh, you will be bearing the flesh. A Spirit cannot bring out the flesh and flesh cannot bring out Spirit. Read Galatians 5: 22-23; John 3: 6-8.

The Holy Spirit’s life is a peaceful life.

The Holy Spirit brings peace. His nature himself is peace. If He himself can be an example of peace, we must emulate Him as an agent of peace. The Holy Spirit controls peaceful hearts. The Holy Spirit cannot stay in the hearts of the “unpeaceful”. Read Romans 8: 2-6.

The Holy Spirit gives hope.

We have hope through the Spirit of the Lord. Our hope is with the Lord. The Holy Spirit which is our comforter brings that hope to us. When we era in the Lord, the Holy Spirit works through us and gives us hope. Read Romans 15: 13.

The Holy Spirit; our body

Our bodies are temples of God.  The Holy Spirit works around it. We must be sensitive enough to do away with what can destroy the temple of the Holy Spirit. If we are careless of how we use our temple of God, we shall give an account of it. Read 1 Corinthians 6: 19.

The Holy Spirit gives power.

Christians cannot receive power anywhere except from God through the Holy Spirit. When the disciples were gathered in the upper room, the Bible recorded that they received power when the Holy Spirit came upon them. This means that we receive power through the Holy Spirit. Read Acts 1: 8.

The Holy Spirit works with repentance and forgiveness.

When you are saved and baptized, you will receive the Holy Spirit that will work in you. The Spirit in you will do the work of repentance and forgiveness. Have you experienced this, as a Christian, if you make a mistake, the Holy Spirit in you will condemn it, once you repent of it, and you will be forgiven. Read Acts 2: 38.

The Holy Spirit directs right and brings success.

The Holy Spirit is a director and our success. He directs and works out our success. When we step on our feet of our success, It is the Holy Spirit that works it out. He will speak to our hearing and hearts on the path of our success. Read Micah 3: 8-10; 1 Corinthians 12: 18-20.

The Holy Spirit initiates spiritual gifts.

The Holy Spirit endowed us the spiritual gifts. Our talents and spiritual gifts are able to manifest through the Holy Spirit. We are able to work in the Vineyard of the Lord through the Holy Spirit in us. Read Acts 2: 1-5.

The Holy Spirit is a comforter.

The Holy Spirit works as a comforter. He comforts our souls when we are weary and depressed. He always speaks the words that comfort our hearts to put us in the right way back. Read John 14: 26.


We have been able to discuss the meanings and what the Bible says about the Holy Spirit. The article will help the researchers, readers, and Christians about the Holy Spirit. The related Bible verses about the Holy Spirit are Romans 8: 26-27; John 14: 16; 26; 15: 26; 1 Corinthians 2: 10; Ephesians 4: 30; Psalm 139: 7-8; Acts 5: 3-4.