The Holy Spirit, the Conveyer of God's Divine Love into the Souls of Men. What it is, What it is not.
The Holy Spirit is that part of God's spirit that manifests His presence and care in conveying His Divine Love into men's souls. This Love is the highest and greatest and most holy of His possessions, and can be conveyed to men only by the Holy Spirit; and this appellation is used in contradistinction to the mere spirit, which demonstrates the operation of God's Soul to men in other directions and for other purposes. His creative spirit and His caring spirit and the spirit that makes His laws and designs effective in the governing of the universe are not the Holy Spirit, though they are equally part of God's Soul, and equally necessary for the manifestations, of His Powers and the exercise of the energies of His Soul. These spirit energies deal with the things of the universe that do not have interrelationship with the Soul of God and the souls of men. But whenever the Holy Spirit is spoken of, it should mean only that part of God's spirit which transforms the souls of men into, the substance of the Soul of God in its quality of love.