The word “spirit” is also used in the Bible in another sense. Addressing God in prayer, the psalmist said: “If you send forth your spirit, they are created.” (Psalm 104:30) This spirit is not God himself but a force that God sends forth, or uses, to accomplish whatever he wishes. By means of it, God created the physical heavens, the earth, and all living things. (Genesis 1:2; Psalm 33:6) His spirit is called holy spirit. God used his holy spirit to inspire the men who wrote the Bible. (2 Peter 1:20, 21) Hence, the holy spirit is the invisible active force that God uses to fulfill his purposes.
Not trying to be a burden but slow down, try to analyze things on your own, seems to be all I see on the front page of newest questions are yours. Your too fast of a reader. Slow down. And if your not willing to go to a church and talk with the priest about it or some other highly spiritual person. We aren't gonna do all that work for you and even if there is a highly spiritual person on ask.com, he's/she's not gonna go through and answer every question
in with and upon you get to figure that out peeps see through a glass dimly lots of opinions.. not many studied see charles finley if you wanna see a bio of one of the smartest defiant men of all time as he studied to refute this question.. just know choice is a verb