|Stan Jones after composing "Riders In The Sky", 1949, USA - Photo by Allan Grant|
The chief characteristic peculiarity of the First Person is Innascibility; i.e. He is unbegotten, unborn, and does not in any way proceed from any other. This belongs to the Father alone; for God the Son proceeds from God the Father, and God the Holy Ghost from the Father and Son jointly.
Adore profoundly this singular and supreme quality in God the Father. No other being has even a resemblance to it.