Napsal(a) New Christian Bible Study Staff
The Lord, in the simplest terms, is love itself expressed as wisdom itself. In philosophic terms, love is the Lord's substance and wisdom is His form. Of course, we feel the Lord's love and hear His wisdom in many different ways, depending on our state in life and how receptive we are. That's why the Lord has so many different names in the Bible, and is referred to in so many different ways.
Of all the names, though, “Jehovah” is the most special and most holy, because it refers to the Lord in terms of love, referring to his substance, love itself. Generally, then, we find “Jehovah” used within the context of a church that worships Him, and in connection with people who are growing in their affection for being.
4662. About the Holy Spirit
That not the Holy Spirit, but an angel spoke to the prophets, is evident from many passages. The prophets say, "an angel spoke in me," also David, I think. Also an angel spoke to Zachariah, to Mary, to the shepherds, Luke 1:2. Thus those who spoke the Word to the prophets were angels, these being called the Holy Spirit, because holiness came through them from the Lord.
(Odkazy: Luke 1:1)
 The Spirit of Jehovah here and there in the prophets is called the Divine, but the Jews, like their fathers, called whomsoever spoke with them, God, because he called himself God, for a reason spoken of elsewhere. Therefore also at the time of the coming of the Lord, they worshiped the holy spirit, which, because the concept could not be eradicated in a moment, is also called the holy spirit, but by it the holiness of the spirit is meant, or the Divine, as in the Old Testament.