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The Holy Spirit

The terms ‘Holy Ghost’ and ‘Holy Spirit’ mean the same – they are the same words in the original Greek language.   However, nowhere in the Bible do we find the term ‘God the Holy Ghost’ or ‘God the Holy Spirit’.   The Holy Spirit is not therefore part of a Trinity, which was a suggestion introduced during the 5th century.

Examples of people possessing the Holy Spirit may be found in Luke 1:15, 41 & 67.   No-one on the earth possesses the Holy Spirit today, although there are some who falsely claim this.  


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