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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 phrase "holy spirit" appears three times in the KJV Old Testament. (Psalms 51:11; Isaiah 63:10, 63:11)

In the NIV translation the word 'righteousness' appears 75 times in the New Testament of the Holy Bible. Other translations have different totals.

The Japanese word for 'Holy Spirit' is聖霊 (seirei).

The Greek word translated "holy" is hagios; "spirit" is translated from the word pneuma.

The name 'Ruach' is the Hebrew for 'Holy Spirit' as stated above. However, as this question is cateogried under 'New Testament' these books were written in Greek. The Greek word for Holy Spirit is 'pneuma' (meaning 'wind' from where we get the word 'pneumatic' - wind powered. Other names include 'Lord', 'Giver of Life', 'Holy Ghost', 'Wind of God' among many others

The biblical meaning of "Holy Ghost" is "Holy Spirit". The word is seen in The Bible, where the Holy Ghost is replaced by Holy Spirit insinuating the spirit of God.

The words "holy spirit" translate into a two-word phrase "Spiritus Sanctus" in Latin.

I do not believe in the holy ghost, but I do believe in the Holy Spirit, that is because I know Him personally. To even mention the word ghost when referring to the Holy Spirit is a sin against my master who is the Holy Spirit. When using the word ghost you are referring to someone or thing that has lived and died. My master the Holy Spirit always was and always will be. As His apostle I am here to interpret Gods Words to mankind before their deaths so they can have the choice of salvation or damnation. More teachings of the Holy Spirit can be found on His website Holy Spirit of God .net God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit are One God, and I have spoken to each one of Them vocally and have been answered back by Them vocally.

"Santo Spirito" is Italian for Holy Spirit. In Latin it is "Spiritus Sanctus".

In the Old Testament the word holy is used 376 times in the KJV (and 171 in the New Testmaent).

the holy spirit comes to people through confirmationHoly Spirit has nothing to do with "Confirmation".The Holy spirit is the third Person of Godhead.In Old-Testament times Holy spirit was working in life of specific person at a specific time for a definite purpose. Even the dictation of Word of God by inspiration was done by the Holy Spirit. Then after the day of Pentecost the Promise of outpouring was fulfilled. Acts 2:1-4.The work of conviction in the life of an unsaved person is done by the Holy Spirit. (John16:8-9).So for today the baptism (Immersion ) in Holy spirit is a separate experience in life of a convicted- transformed person.

Used for the "anointment" received (-ma result) referring to the Holy Spirit in the New Testament bestowed by the inspired Word of God in truth.

Τhe greek corresponding for holy spirit is "Άγιο Πνεύμα" (agheeo pnevma)

Word Christianity was mentioned in the Old Testament the exact number of times that it was mentioned in the New Testament - zero.

The hebrew word "Qodesh", (קֹדֶשׁ) often translated as "holy" or "set-apart" is mentioned 470 times in the TaNaKh (Old Testament).

KJV- old testament-259 times new testament- 323 times

In the New Testament, King James Version (KJV) we find in John 14:16; 26, weare toldthat the Holy Spirit is called the Comforter. In the NKJV the word used is Helper. In the Holman Christian Standard the word used is Counselor. In the NIV, the word used is Advocate. In many Christian circles the Holy Spirit is generally known as the Comforter.

There is not six, there is one. Galatians 5:22-23 mention this "fruit of the Spirit" with nine parts to it. Think of the word "fruit" as "result" and the passage may have a clearer meaning for you. Ephesians 5:9 mentions the fruit of the Spirit too.

if sacred scripture is the bible, it was the holy spirit who inspired men to write it. God the father spoke the word, jesus is the word become flesh, the holy spirit inspired the word.

The bible is a living word, it is alive and active and sharper than any two-edged sword. Only the Holy Spirit could achieve this - God commands - Jesus is the Word and the link to our world - the Holy Spirit is the activity of God everywhere; this is the trinity and it's separate functions. So men who were appointed and anointed by God [He anointed through His priests in the Old Testament] wrote the Word by the Spirit of God. That is why it is written by God, and is powerful in our lives.

In the Gospel of John, the words Holy Spirit is used 5 times. In Johns other books (1st, 2nd, 3rd John, and Revelations) the words Holy Spirit are not used. But the word Spirit is use many times, referring to the Spirit of God or Holy Spirit, approximately 40 times in the New International Version of the Holy Bible.

Jesus,The Holy Spirit,and The Word of God

In the King James version the word - holy - appears 611 times the word - holyday - appears twice

The Holy Spirit has never been absent. In the beginning, the Spirit moved over the waters. The Holy Spirit has moved the hearts of man to draw closer to God since then and has spoken through the Prophets. The Hebrew word Ruah (Roo-ahh, roll that "r") means simultaniously breath, wind and spirit. Anywhere you read in English one of those words in the New Testament (if not the Bible), you could just as well use either of the other two.