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  • proper noun Christianity An epithet of the Holy Spirit.

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Examples

  • It would have been better so for all future time, for under the title Spirit of God, 'all that was alien to the Spirit of

    The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. I.

  • The phrase Spirit of God 'is certainly a very obscure expression; its meaning depends entirely upon the conception of God held by the man that uses it.

    The Beginnings of Christianity. Vol. I.

  • In the Book of Judges, an extraordinary zeal and courage in the defence of God's people is called the Spirit of God; as when it excited Othniel, Gideon, Jephtha, and Samson to deliver them from servitude, Judges, 3. 10,

    Leviathan

  • In the same manner it appeareth, in the books of the Prophets, that though they spake by the Spirit of God, that is to say, by a special grace of prediction; yet their knowledge of the future was not by a ghost within them, but by some supernatural dream or vision.

    Leviathan

  • Through the Spirit, the Spirit of God, that is, the author of all grace, he strengtheneth us with might, gives might and power.

    The Sermons of John Owen

  • The Spirit of God is the cause of sanctification and holiness; but what kind of cause, I pray?

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ

  • A disclaimer, therefore, of any work of the Spirit of God in us or upon us is a disclaimer of all interest in his grace and mercy; and they may do well to consider it with whom the work of the Spirit of God is a reproach.

    Pneumatologia

  • We must guard against overstatement of the case, but we maintain very definitely: the Spirit of God is the Holy Spirit, the third person in the Trinity.

    Exposition of Genesis: Volume 1

  • And, thirdly, the life filled with the Spirit of God is a minister of refreshment.

    Things That Matter Most: Devotional Papers

  • The life filled with the Spirit of God is a minister of vitality.

    Things That Matter Most: Devotional Papers

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