The Role Of The Holy Spirit In The Trinity

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Kayti Nelson
Dr. Rex Koivisto
Nov. 28 2017
The Role of The Holy Spirit in The Trinity Often, Christians do not try to understand the Trinity, as it seems impossible to understand. However, there are benefits to studying each holy member. Understanding the Trinity is necessary and practical for members of the Christian faith, because the Trinity helps us to understand how the Godhead—the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit—relate to one another and work in this world. The Holy Spirit is easily the least well-known part of the trinity. For this paper, my aim is to study the role of the Holy Spirit in the Trinity, so that I can understand His role in the Godhead, for the purpose of appreciating and loving God more.
The Holy Spirit Is God In the Christian faith, there is one existing God, fully manifested in three persons: the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Every unit of the God-head is equally God, and fully God. Each member is identical in quality and essence, yet each has a distinct, personal expression of divine nature. In an article about family ministry, Bruce A Ware calls it, “not merely an equality of kind but what might be called an ‘equality of identity.’” However, before we can dive into the role of The Holy Spirit in the trinity, we must find scriptural evidence which verifies that The Holy Spirit is, in fact, God. The following scriptures are biblical evidence for The Holy Spirit’s deity. In Acts 5:3-4, Ananias and Sapphira sell their property,

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