2. The Holy Spirit's power to create spiritual life. Genesis 12:1-7; 2 Corinthians 4:1-6; 1 Peter 1:23
God the Holy Spirit called forth an otherwise spiritually dead idolater by the name of Abram. Acts 7:2 specifically states that "the God of glory" appeared to Abram and called Him forth. We know from reading other passages such as 1 Samuel 4:3 and 15:29 that the Holy Spirit is given this title of "The glory" or "The God of glory". The Spirit is the One who creates spiritual life where there was formerly no life.
The Spirit's empowerment includes leading His people. At times the Holy Spirit will open doors, and at other times He will keep doors of access shut. By His word the Spirit leads the people of God, has them wait and tells them when it is time to go forth once again.
The Holy Spirit is the One who tells the believer "who they are and Whose they are."
The Holy Spirit is all about changing people from the inside/out.
The Holy Spirit is the One who will raise up Israel in the day of Christ's appearing. He is the One who also raised up Christ from the dead and His same resurrection power raises up our spiritually dead hearts to respond in faith believing. This same Spirit will quicken our mortal bodies unto resurrection glory at Christ's appearing.
The Holy Spirit is equal in glory and power to the Son and the Father as all three share in the same Divine essence and life as One God. God, in His dealings with the creation, has in the Person of The Holy Spirit chosen to point to the Son, Who in turn points to the Father in Divine dealings with men and the creation.
Whatever the Holy Spirit chooses to touch, whether it be the human heart or creation itself, becomes renewed and revived.