03-10-18 - The Spirit of God in the Old Testament describes the actions and character of God as He revealed Himself to mankind.
The Spirit is the ruach/wind/breathe of God who created the earth, the heavens and all that is in them through His nature of Elohim and the LORD God (Jehovah – self-existent, eternal, One). God continued to reveal Himself and His nature through many names.
In the New Testament, there is only ONE NAME for GOD. That is “Theos.” This is the Godhead; the Trinity inclusive of God the Father – lst person of the Trinity; Christ, the second person of the Trinity; and the Holy Spirit the third Person of the Trinity.
In 1 Corinthians 12: 4-6 God informs us He has three categories of spiritual gifts, each from a specific member of the God-head.
1 Cor. 12:4: There are diversities of gifts, by the same Spirit (Holy Ghost- peuma).
12:5: There are diversities of administrations, but the same LORD (Messiah, Kyrion used in the New Testament of the LORD Jesus Christ). LORD is used in the Old Testament as Jehovah.
12:6: There are diversities of operations, but it is the same God which works all in all. (Theos = Father God; Lord Jesus Christ; and the Holy Spirit).
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