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What is the difference between the Holy Spirit in the Old Testament nd New Testament?

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The difference is that the Holy Spirit was there only when you needed help in the Old Testament and in the New Testament, the Holy Spirit was in all believers at any time.

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old testament means old days like in the beginning of the world. and then the new tesament is the end of the world




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If you go to the website linked below, it tells you all the places in the Old Testament where "Spirit" or "Holy Spirit" is mentioned.


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The Holy Spirit is mentioned throughout the New Testament.


If you search for "Holy Spirit" in the King James Version, you'll find 4 results from the New Testament. But he is also mentioned as "The Spirit" or "The Spirit of God" or "The Holy Spirit", etc. The KJV uses the term 'Holy Ghost' to refer to the Holy spirit and this former is frequent, 89 times in all.


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In Psalms 51v11 "Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me".Answer:The first time the Holy Spirit is mentioned in the NewTestament is Matthew 1:18.


The complete Holy Bible, both the Old Testament and the New Testament.


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No. The difference arises because of the different translations of the bible. The King James version of the bible uses the word 'Ghost' while most other versions use the word 'Spirit'.


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