Holy, Holiday, Holy Spirit are all interrelated and come from the Hindu religion, derived from “Holi” which is the great Hindu spring festival held in honor of “Krishna,” the Hindu Sun-god.
Kodesh (set-apart in English) is the proper Hebrew word. We are to be “set-apart” unto Yahuah.
Bible comes from the Greek word “Biblos/Biblion” which refers to the Egyptian papyrus reed which the Greeks called “Byblos/Byblus.” The papyrus reed was shipped from the Egyptian City “Biblis” named after its female Sun-deity. It was imported through the Greek seaport called “Byblos” named after its Phoenician Sun-deity “Byblis/Byblos” believed to be the granddaughter of Apollo, the Greek Sun-deity.
The word “Bible” was first used in 400 AD. The word “Bible” is used nowhere in the book but the word “Scripture” is used 53 times. “The Scriptures” can be used without any reference to pagan worship. Resources: The book “Come Out of Here My People,” by C.J. Koster, published by Institute For Scripture Research, located on the web at messianic.co.za/isr/index.htm and “Sun-Day Worship Terms” at assenblyoftrueisrael.com/Documents/Sunworship.htm (A little research and study can go a long way).
Matthew 22:23-32: (read whole chapter for full context) “…And Yahushua answering, said to them, you go astray, not knowing the Scriptures nor the power of Elohim…I am the Elohim of Abraham, and the Elohim of Yitshaq/Isaac, and the Elohim of Ya’aqob/Jacob? Elohim is not the Elohim of the dead, but of the living.”
Selah, brothers and sisters.