The Holy Spirit has power and authority over all three realms: spiritual, supernatural and natural. He knows no other purpose or existence than to be an extension and expression of God; He is trustworthy and reliable and utterly consistent with the nature and intent of a holy God. So as we pursue knowing God, and learn to distinguish the activities of the Holy Spirit from all other sources, we can have confidence that the Spirit is in fact revealing the nature of God to us in the manner and timing established by the Father and made possible by the Son. Since we know by experience that the Father loves us, and we know by experience that the Son loves us, we also know by experience that the Holy Spirit loves us. And that love is so big that He spends every minute, of every hour, of every day, of every week, of every year, doing nothing but arranging every circumstance in our life to bring us into greater healing, wholeness and dependence on the Father and intimacy with the Son.
The Holy Spirit reveals Himself to each individual as He so chooses. The two most common ways we speak of His manifestation are baptism with the Holy Spirit and the gifts of the Spirit. Though the scriptures do shed some light on each of these, it is up to each of us to be taught by the Lord through experience. These are all relational aspects, reflecting our availability and dependence on the Lord, not on our knowledge, level of sanctification, anointing, calling or impartation.