Good Spirit

Your Good Spirit is a simple title for the Holy Spirit. It points to a basic attribute of God shared by every member of the Trinity—His goodness. David first referred to the Holy Spirit in this way in a psalm. The name also appears in a poem to God spoken by the Levites in Jerusalem.

Rukhakha hattovah translated "Your good Spirit" pictured in the Hebrew text of Nehemiah 9:20.

Rukhakha hattovah translated “Your good Spirit” in the Hebrew text of Nehemiah 9:20.

Your Good Spirit in Hebrew:

Rukhakha hattovah

Strong’s Concordance numbers: 7307, 2896a

Bible references: Neh. 9:20; Ps. 143:10

You gave your good Spirit to instruct them. You did not withhold your manna from their mouths, and you gave them water for their thirst. (Nehemiah 9:20 NIV)

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