Sophia (a Greek feminine noun) is the Wisdom aspect of God.
Many Hebrews saw her as the mother or feminine aspect of God.
The early scribes (later called rabbis) added Shekinah in biblical verses where the verb shakhan is used in relation to God.
The Shekinah eventually became an interchangeable term with the Holy Spirit in both Judaism and Christianity. In Christianity the Holy Spirit is seen as the Advocate, Guide and Comforter (John -26 and Acts ), and we can clearly see the Judaic origins of this tradition.
There is even a more direct connection to the Hebrew tradition of the Shekinah, as St. " (John 3:8), that is, the Holy Spirit will serve all peoples, not just Christians or Jews.
In the Talmud it says: "They were exiled to Babylon, the Shekinah with them.