Nope the grammar shows it is the Lord.
Gill's Exposition of the Entire Bible
And in the morning, then ye shall see the glory of the Lord,.... Either as displayed in this wonderful affair, raining bread about their tents, which was in the morning, or else as it appeared in the cloud, Exodus 16:7 the latter sense seems to be confirmed by what follows: for that he; the glory of the Lord, the glorious Shechinah of Jehovah, the Angel that went before them in the cloud, the eternal Word and Son of God: heareth your murmurings against the Lord; against Jehovah his Father; see Genesis 19:24.
Both are true. Oops! Ruach denotes will, desire, prophecy, etc., with respect to God.
No the Spirit is a person who speaks and is distinct from God. Oops!
As he spoke, the Spirit came into me and raised me to my feet, and I heard him speaking to me.
NOT the Father speaking.