We have been asked:
Where in the bible does it say that “the Father being a spirit, the Spirit of Christ and the Holy Spirit, are three different spirits”?
The question appears to be an attempt to confuse the usage of the word “spirit “ in the Bible. It should be obvious, at least if one does a word of study of the Hebrew and Greek words for spirit (often transliterated as ruwach and pnuema), that the word spirit does not always have the same exact meaning; it certainly does not have the same exact same meaning as when referring to God’s Holy Spirit (Ephesians 4:30) and God’s being as an invisible spirit. (John 4:24; Colossians 1:15; 1 Timothy 1:17) God is not His Holy Spirit, which is likened to his finger as can be seen by cross-referencing Matthew 12:28 with Luke 11:20. I would say that my finger is a part of me, that is, it is a part of my body, but it certainly is not *me*, and even more so it is certainly not all that I am (as trinitarians claim that each person of their alleged triune God is wholly God).
As the instrument of the revealing of truth, the holy spirit is likened to God’s “mouth”. (Deuteronomy 8:3; 1 Kings 8:24; 2 Chronicles 6:4; 36:12,21; Ezra 1:1; Isaiah 1:20; 40:5; 45:23; 48:3; 58:14; 62:2; Jeremiah 9:12,20; Ezekiel 33:7; Micah 4:4; Matthew 4:4; Mark 12:36; Acts 1:17; 28:25; Hebrews 3:7; 9:8; 10:15,16; 2 Peter 1:21)
The Spirit of God and the Spirit of Christ
John 14:26; 15:26 – The Comforter – Is It a Person?
The Spirit – Does it Continue as a Consciousness When A Person is Dead?
(Discusses the various ways the word “spirit” is used in the Bible.)
The Holy Spirit
Spirit of God and Spirit of Christ
Christ, God and the Spirit
Yahweh, the Spirit
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