“And when Yom Shavuot was fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. All of a sudden there was a sound from heaven like a groaning spirit and all that House in which they were sitting was filled.” (Act 2: 1, 2)
Lets take a closer look at the unity of YHVH
Elohim is the Hebrew word that is most often translated as the English “God.” Elohim is gender-combined, plural word. The word Elohim is concurrently male and female, and simultaneously represents both unity and majestic plurality.
Elohim is a compound of the feminine singular Eloah with the masculine plural suffix –im. The word Elohim represents a majestic, awesome God that is beyond the ability of the human mind to fully comprehend. We can comprehend some of the attributes of Elohim, but the fullness of the Godhead is beyond our understanding.
El is the masculine singular Hebrew word for God. Although specifically male, in practice, El is often gender-neutral. Eloah is the feminine singular form of the same word, and is correctly translated ‘Goddess’. In Hebrew, the –oah¬, –oh or -ah suffix makes a word feminine. This is very similar to the English suffix –ess, used in such words as waitress, stewardess, or poetess.
El is God, the male form of God.
Eloah is Goddess, the feminine form of God.