God the Son speaks in Luke 5:31-32:
Jesus said to them in reply, “Those who are healthy do not need a physician, but the sick do. I have not come to call the righteous to repentance but sinners.”
God the Father speaks in Mark 1:10-11:
On coming up out of the water he saw the heavens being torn open and the Spirit, like a dove, descending upon him. And a voice came from the heavens, “You are my beloved Son; with you I am well pleased.”
Paul tells, in 1Timothy 4:1-2, of what the Spirit says:
Now the Spirit explicitly says that in the last times some will turn away from the faith by paying attention to deceitful spirits and demonic instructions through the hypocrisy of liars with branded consciences.
...another example of this sort of speaking, in Acts 8:29:
The Spirit said to Philip, “Go and join up with that chariot.”
I do not have much of an issue thinking of either the Father or the Son as speaking, but I do not seem to have that same attitude towards the Holy Spirit. Obviously, the Holy Spirit speaks directly at any chosen time, that certainly is not at issue; and any differences that I see between the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit are not true differences in any merely-human sense in a way that is an absolute and glorious mystery, and all that I might confidently say now is that they are three distinct and divine persons. So I have the following question:
I'm not exactly looking for quotation marks like in the first two passages above, but where are the places in Scripture where the Holy Spirit is said to be speaking directly?
To clarify, when we say the Nicene Creed, we say: "He has spoken through the Prophets". I confess this, but here I am looking for something different. What are the verses that mention the "Holy Spirit" and then mark a passage of text as His words? I expect that there are a number of such verses.
I would like a pretty dry answer that looks like the first half of this question. If something is unsure or controversial, saying "might be" is fine, but please nothing too contrived, and I would not like any commentary. I would just like to know where in Scripture I may look if I would like to reflect on the manner in which the Holy Spirit speaks.