The Holy Spirit has all the attributes of God. He is omniscient (1 Cor 2:10-11), omnipresent (Ps 139:7-11), and eternal (Heb 9:14). He is deity as much as God the Father or God the Son (Acts 5:3-4; 1 Cor 3:16-17), though his office and work are specific. He is the Comforter (John 14:16, 26). He helps the believer remember the words of Jesus (John 14:26), and thereby guides the believer into all truth (John 16:13). He intercedes for the believer when he is unsure of what or how to pray (Rom 8:26-27), fills the believer with power to witness (Acts 1:8), and seals the believer until the day of redemption (Eph 1:13-14). The Holy Spirit convinces the sinner of sin, righteousness and judgment (John 16:8-11). At the moment of conversion, the Holy Spirit seals the believer (Eph 1:13; 4:30). The new convert is also indwelled by the Holy Spirit (Rom 8:9; 1 Cor 3:16; 6:19). Believers are given significant and useful spiritual gifts by the Holy Spirit (1 Cor 12:3-11), which they are to use for mutual edification as members of the body of Christ (Eph 4:11-12). The Holy Spirit does not exalt himself, but always glorifies the Lord Jesus Christ (John 16:13-14).