Q. In Acts 13:2, the Holy Spirit is described as a specific person. When Christians are glorified at the Rapture, the promise of 1 John 3:2 is that we will see Him (Jesus) as He is. Will the personage of the Holy Spirit also be seen?
A. Acts 13:2 says the people assembled in the church at Antioch heard the voice of the Holy Spirit, identifying Him as being separate from God or Jesus. And the Old Testament times the Holy Spirit was thought to be a visible entity. He was described as being cloud like in appearance (Ezekiel 10:3-5). The priests coined the term Shekinah Glory to identify Him. (Shekinah comes from the Hebrew word shakan which means to dwell.)
Of course, no one knows for certain how spiritual beings will appear to us after the rapture, so any opinion I express would be pure speculation. That said, I believe once we’re perfected and in our eternal bodies, Father, Son, Holy Spirit, the cherubim and the angels will all be visible to us as distinct and separate beings.