The Third Person

Holy Spirit is the third person of the Trinity: the Triune God manifested as God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit; each person himself  being God. 

Identified by some Christian theologians with the Ruach Hakodesh  in Jewish scripture, there are other similar names like the Ruach Elohim (Spirit of God), Ruach YHWH (Spirit of Yahweh), and the Ruach Hakmah (Spirit of Wisdom).

Nigeria's rising poetess, Ando Ogar, throws her unlike anything else writing prowess on the Holy Spirit.

She writes how wonderful the Holy Spirit is.Kindly read the poem below...

You always are silent, only tickled by the ripples,wonderfully and graciously, you whisper sweet words to my soul, soothing to my heart, silently you blow gently breeze into my ears, wiping away the wax, brightly you look into my eyes and bring out the shine in them, softly you put sweet words in my mouth making my tongue spit out only what your kind voice says.
So gentle you are, yet I tremble at the mention of your name, the sea rumbles at your presence, the cloud tumbles, the earth quakes at your entrance, the third person in the God head, so patient and kind. Dear Holy Spirit,  what a wonder you are. 

The third person in the Trinity,humble and kind ,always ready, never tired, never complains ,never argues, always silent until asked to speak, high and mighty you are, but yet remains humble, leading when invited, guides when sought, you are everything blessed Holy Spirit.