Answers to Interesting Questions about
"Holy Spirit"

Holy Ghost, Spirit of God, Power of God, Comforter,
Helper, God the Holy Spirit...
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"God" "Jesus Christ" "Holy Spirit" "Holy Bible"
"Church" "Baptism-Membership" "Faith-Belief" "Salvation"
"Judgment-Eternal Life" "Messenger-Prophecy"   "Saints-Images-Idols" "Worship"
"Prayer" "Family-Person" "Offerings" "Various"
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Mystified by the Holy Spirit

I am a former Catholic who left the church because  I   could do longer understand my stand   as a "Christian."  I practically studied and . . fellowshipped with almost all religions starting with the Jehovah's Witnesses, Seventh Day Adventists,   Unification Church, Baptist, Pentecostals, and Mormons. ... The Iglesia ni Cristo was never in my mind because of the question on the deity of Christ. After thorough study,  I   could  no    longer defend my faith in the Trinity which   is copied from an ancient pagan doctrine of anthropomorphism.  I now  deeply believe   that  Jesus    is    truly hurnan.  However, I am still confused with   the concept of the Holy Spirit. Can you explain to me further what is the Holy Spirit, its role and significance in our Christian lives?
Oscar Erasquin, oscarerasquin@yahoo.com
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Lying to the Holy Spirit = lying to God?

I HEARD MY [Protestant]  pastor say that the biblical narration recorded in Chapter 5 of the Book of Acts affirms, among others,   the deity  of the Spirit. I verified it with my own Bible and I found this: "But Peter said,  'Ananias, why  has Satan  filled your heart to lie to the Holy Spirit.....? ... . You have not lied to men but to God'?  What can you say about this?
Susan Seale, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
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IQ-34 The right knowledge and understanding about the Holy Spirit Those who do not know the Holy Spirit will not receive Him. The Holy Spirit dwells only in those who know  Him  (John 14:17). Thus, it is very important to have the right knowledge and understanding about the Holy  Spirit, just as we must have the right understanding about God the Father, and His Son Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit, whom the Son and the Father send, could not have been God. The Bible testifies that there are "seven Spirits of God sent  out into all the earth" (Rev. 5:6, NKJV). If the Holy Spirit is also God, as in the Trinity, then it would appear that there are not only three Gods but nine Gods.
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IQ-88 On glossolalia or speaking in tongues (Acts 2:4)

I WOULD LIKE to know if your religion believes in baptism in the Holy Spirit and in speaking in speaking in tongues upon receiving the Holy Ghost. The early Christians spoke in tongues when they received the promised Holy Spirit on the day of the Pentecost (Acts 2:4). 
Jenny Villareal,
Mindoro, Oriental, Philippines
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