Back in eternity, when the Universal Father’s “first” infinite and absolute thought finds in the Eternal Son such a perfect and adequate word for its divine expression, there ensues the supreme desire of both the Thought-God and the Word- God for a universal and infinite agent of mutual expression and combined action.
In the dawn of eternity both the Father and the Son become infinitely cognizant of their mutual interdependence, their eternal and absolute oneness; and therefore do they enter into an infinite and everlasting covenant of divine partnership. This never-ending compact is made for the execution of their united concepts throughout all of the circle of eternity; and ever since this eternity event the Father and the Son continue in this divine union.
We are now face to face with the eternity origin of the Infinite Spirit, the Third Person of Deity – God the Spirit. The very instant that God the Father and God the Son conjointly conceive an identical and infinite action – the execution of an absolute thought-plan – that very moment, the Infinite Spirit – the Conjoint Actor – springs full-fledgedly into existence.
In the eternity of the past, upon the personalization of the Infinite Spirit the divine personality cycle becomes perfect and complete. The God of Action – his dwelling enshrouding the concentric dwelling place of the Eternal Son, which itself enshrouds the nucleus central dwelling of God Himself – is existent, and the vast stage of space is set for the stupendous drama of creation – the universal adventure – the divine panorama of the eternal ages.
The first act of the Infinite Spirit is the inspection and recognition of his divine parents, the Father-Father and the Mother-Son. He, the Spirit, unqualifiedly identifies both of them. He is fully cognizant of their separate personalities and infinite attributes as well as of their combined nature and united function. Next, voluntarily, with transcendent willingness and inspiring spontaneity, the Third Person of Deity, notwithstanding his equality with the First and Second Persons, pledges eternal loyalty to God the Father and acknowledges everlasting dependence upon God the Son.