Meaning Of God, And The Holy Spirit

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However, the original language literally reads: “And was evening and was morning day one,” And Moses referred to each of the remaining days of that week as, “day second,” “day third,” etc... In the Hebrew language and the English language, when a definite number precedes the word “yom” or “day” the meaning of the term is literal. Therefore, the days of creation week were solar days of 24 hours; days as we know them today..
Years after the creation, Moses wrote “For in six days God made heaven and earth…” (Ex. 20:11) Whatever the meaning of the word “day” was when Moses wrote Exodus, it had the same meaning in Genesis; else Moses statement about the six days has absolutely no meaning.
Also, the days of Genesis are divided into two periods;
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He is as much a person or personality as is God the Father and God the Son. There is one God, but there are three distinct personalities that make up the one Deity.
Down across the years, which have come and gone, there has been a lot of confusion about how God the Holy Spirit works and there is still a lot of misunderstanding about the Holy Spirit.
Of course, all that humanity knows about Deity; that is God, Christ and the Holy Spirit, has come by divine revelation; nonetheless, not everything about Deity has been revealed.
However, the Bible does contain an illustration that explains the working of the Holy Spirit. The Lord said, “I am the true vine, and My Father is the vinedresser. Every branch in me that does not bear fruit He taketh away; and every branch that bears fruit He prunes that it may bear more fruit” (John 15:1-2).
N. B. Hardeman gave this explanation: First, the Lord is in that story; He is the vine. Second, God the Father is also in those verses; He is the vinedresser (farmer) and Christians are the branches. And third, by inference, the Holy Spirit is in there, too.
Sap is a mysterious thing and the work it does is nothing short of magical. It comes up from the ground and into the plant through the vine (trunk) and into the branches; producing life and

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