Just as the work of Christ is important in the accomplishment of salvation, so also is the work of the Holy Spirit. The deity and personality of the Holy Spirit were considered in the colume on the trinity. It was there noted that the Holy Spirit is deity. This was proven by the fact that attributes of deity are ascribed to him and that works of deity are performed by him, and by his relationship to the other members of the trinity. It was further noted that the Holy Spirit is a person. Personal pronouns refer to him, he is given names of personality, and attributes of personality are ascribed to him. He does personal acts, is associated in a personal way with the other persons of the trinity, and is susceptible of personal treatment. Having considered his deity and personality, we move to his work. Though our primary point is to clarify his work as it relates to salvation and the Christian experience, we also analyse his work in relation to the world, to the Scriptures, and to Christ.