There’s a scene in Acts 19 where Paul visits the church in Ephesus. They’re Christians. They love Jesus. They’re fine people. But, something is missing. So, Paul asks them “Have you received the Holy Spirit?” They responded, “No, we did not even know that there was a Holy Spirit.”
Who is the Holy Spirit in the Hebrew Bible?
The “Spirit of God” is a constant presence in the Hebrew Bible, coming upon people, inspiring them, filling them with wisdom, and giving them the inspiration and the gifts they need to fulfill God’s plan for God’s people.