Last Updated on February 3, 2015 by Jenny Pena
Holy Spirit is a feminine Spirit…”She is Wisdom”
A reading of scripture, some guidance from a teaching on the Holy Spirit, plus Spiritual discernment will definitely lead you to an understanding of the Most High’s Truth.
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them.
But wisdom is justified of all her children.
He saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and coming to rest on him;
and behold, a voice from heaven said, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.”
Wisdom of Solomon 7:25
She is the creative power which created all nature when earth was barren. Like the woman is the home maker. The man like the Lord, lays down the law. The woman, as the Holy Spirit brings comfort and love and creative power.
For she is the breath of the power of God, and a pure influence flowing from the glory of the Almighty: therefore can no defiled thing fall into her.
Godhead witnesses to us of father, mother, son…male and female, for there to be no excuse for straying from this model.
For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:
Upon my first reading the Wisdom of Solomon and connecting so many verses in scripture where Spirit is feminine, a flow of joy from above filled me.
It’s not about being proud, I have no desire to flaunt and take this Truth to empower myself, or say women are more important. I’m not fond of feminist movement and such.
This Truth for me is comfort and blessing from the Most High! To show us how He created things to be and the power He gives us to live out His will.
This truth is an example to us how the Most High creates all things good in His image. That we are His beloved children. There is wonder and beauty in His creation. It is amazing to be able to be a part of this. To know He loves us. It is a pleasure to keep His commandments.
May this Truth guide you to a greater understanding of our Lord, His Spirit and His Son, our Savior!
The following are chapters 7 and 8 from the book Wisdom of Solomon that opened my eyes to the truth about the Holy Spirit and the Godhead.
 I myself also am a mortal man, like to all, and the offspring of him that was first made of the earth,
 And in my mother’s womb was fashioned to be flesh in the time of ten months, being compacted in blood, of the seed of man, and the pleasure that came with sleep.
 And when I was born, I drew in the common air, and fell upon the earth, which is of like nature, and the first voice which I uttered was crying, as all others do.
 I was nursed in swaddling clothes, and that with cares.
 For there is no king that had any other beginning of birth.
 For all men have one entrance into life, and the like going out.
 Wherefore I prayed, and understanding was given me: I called upon God, and the spirit of wisdom came to me.
 I preferred her before sceptres and thrones, and esteemed riches nothing in comparison of her.
 Neither compared I unto her any precious stone, because all gold in respect of her is as a little sand, and silver shall be counted as clay before her.
 I loved her above health and beauty, and chose to have her instead of light: for the light that cometh from her never goeth out.
 All good things together came to me with her, and innumerable riches in her hands.
 And I rejoiced in them all, because wisdom goeth before them: and I knew not that she was the mother of them.
 I learned diligently, and do communicate her liberally: I do not hide her riches.
 For she is a treasure unto men that never faileth: which they that use become the friends of God, being commended for the gifts that come from learning.
 God hath granted me to speak as I would, and to conceive as is meet for the things that are given me: because it is he that leadeth unto wisdom, and directeth the wise.
 For in his hand are both we and our words; all wisdom also, and knowledge of workmanship.
 For he hath given me certain knowledge of the things that are, namely, to know how the world was made, and the operation of the elements:
 The beginning, ending, and midst of the times: the alterations of the turning of the sun, and the change of seasons:
 The circuits of years, and the positions of stars:
 The natures of living creatures, and the furies of wild beasts: the violence of winds, and the reasonings of men: the diversities of plants and the virtues of roots:
 And all such things as are either secret or manifest, them I know.
 For wisdom, which is the worker of all things, taught me: for in her is an understanding spirit holy, one only, manifold, subtil, lively, clear, undefiled, plain, not subject to hurt, loving the thing that is good quick, which cannot be letted, ready to do good,
 Kind to man, steadfast, sure, free from care, having all power, overseeing all things, and going through all understanding, pure, and most subtil, spirits.
 For wisdom is more moving than any motion: she passeth and goeth through all things by reason of her pureness.
 For she is the breath of the power of God, and a pure influence flowing from the glory of the Almighty: therefore can no defiled thing fall into her.
 For she is the brightness of the everlasting light, the unspotted mirror of the power of God, and the image of his goodness.
 And being but one, she can do all things: and remaining in herself, she maketh all things new: and in all ages entering into holy souls, she maketh them friends of God, and prophets.
 For God loveth none but him that dwelleth with wisdom.
 For she is more beautiful than the sun, and above all the order of stars: being compared with the light, she is found before it.
 For after this cometh night: but vice shall not prevail against wisdom.
 Wisdom reacheth from one end to another mightily: and sweetly doth she order all things.
 I loved her, and sought her out from my youth, I desired to make her my spouse, and I was a lover of her beauty.
 In that she is conversant with God, she magnifieth her nobility: yea, the Lord of all things himself loved her.
 For she is privy to the mysteries of the knowledge of God, and a lover of his works.
 If riches be a possession to be desired in this life; what is richer than wisdom, that worketh all things?
 And if prudence work; who of all that are is a more cunning workman than she?
 And if a man love righteousness her labours are virtues: for she teacheth temperance and prudence, justice and fortitude: which are such things, as en can have nothing more profitable in their life.
 If a man desire much experience, she knoweth things of old, and conjectureth aright what is to come: she knoweth the subtilties of speeches, and can expound dark sentences: she foreseeth signs and wonders, and the events of seasons and times.
 Therefore I purposed to take her to me to live with me, knowing that she would be a counsellor of good things, and a comfort in cares and grief.
 For her sake I shall have estimation among the multitude, and honour with the elders, though I be young.
 I shall be found of a quick conceit in judgment, and shall be admired in the sight of great men.
 When I hold my tongue, they shall bide my leisure, and when I speak, they shall give good ear unto me: if I talk much, they shall lay their hands upon their mouth.
 Moreover by the means of her I shall obtain immortality, and leave behind me an everlasting memorial to them that come after me.
 I shall set the people in order, and the nations shall be subject unto me.
 Horrible tyrants shall be afraid, when they do but hear of me; I shall be found good among the multitude, and valiant in war.
 After I am come into mine house, I will repose myself with her: for her conversation hath no bitterness; and to live with her hath no sorrow, but mirth and joy.
 Now when I considered these things in myself, and pondered them in my heart, how that to be allied unto wisdom is immortality;
 And great pleasure it is to have her friendship; and in the works of her hands are infinite riches; and in the exercise of conference with her, prudence; and in talking with her, a good report; I went about seeking how to take her to me.
 For I was a witty child, and had a good spirit.
 Yea rather, being good, I came into a body undefiled.
 Nevertheless, when I perceived that I could not otherwise obtain her, except God gave her me; and that was a point of wisdom also to know whose gift she was; I prayed unto the Lord, and besought him, and with my whole heart I said,
may you seek the Most High and find Him in Spirit and in Truth