The Holy Spirit does not necessarily have a identifiable colour. He is referred to as the Lord and Giver of Life in the Nicene Creed. He is The Creator Spirit, present before the creation of the universe and through his power everything was made in Jesus Christ, by the Father, Yahweh. He is credited as He Who inspires and allows to interpret all the sacred scripture and leads prophets, both in Old Testament and New Testament. By His Power, Jesus Christ was conceived 'virginally' in the womb of the virgin Mary.
Note : The answer above describes the beliefs shared within mainstream Christianity and also those espoused by non-Trinitarian Christians.
The Holy Spirit.
it represents the holy spirit
Red is the color used on feasts of the Holy Spirit. Confirmation is the sacrament of the Holy Spirit.
Fire is one of the symbols of the Holy Spirit and when the disciples were Confirmed, they were showered with the Holy Spirit. Therefore, the tongues of flames symbolize the Holy Spirit.
It represents the holy spirit.
The descending dove represents the Holy Spirit in the symbol of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
The oil represents a sign of the out pouring of God's Holy Spirit.
Do you mean holy water? if so...holy water is used in baptism to represent the holy spirit. This is used because when Christians believe in Jesus, the holy spirit enters them.
Typically, peace. In Christianity it represents the Holy spirit.
I think it represents the 9 Fruits of the Spirit?