"The preaching of the new gospel is often described as the task of "bringing [people] to Christ" - as if only [people] move, while Christ stands still. But the task of preaching the old gospel could more properly be described as bringing Christ to [people], for those who preach it know that as they do their work of setting Christ before [people's] eyes, the mighty Saviour whom they proclaim is busy doing His work through their words, visiting sinners with salvation, awakening them to faith, drawing them in mercy to Himself."
From J.I. Packer, in an essay first published 1959, I think. At that stage in his life 32 year old Packer already had some experience as a pastor, writer, teacher and theological scholar. But could the mighty Saviour's work in the second half of the second sentence be better attributed to the Holy Spirit?