[quote=1962Missal]Does this not indicate at least at duality of persons within the Godhead?
**Jehovah God came down as the Divine Truth but without separating the Divine Good is evident from the Lord’s conception, about which we read that ‘the power of the Most High overshadowed Mary’ (Luke 1:35). The ‘power of the Most High’ means the Divine Good. The same point can be established by the passages in which He says that the Father is in Him and He in the Father; that all things of the Father’s are His; and that He and the Father are one, and many more. ‘Father’ means the Divine Good.
***It is little understood in the church why the Lord is called the Word. It is because “the Word” signifies Divine truth or Divine wisdom, and the Lord is Divine truth itself or Divine wisdom itself. And this is why He is called the Light, of which also it is said that it came into the world. As the Divine Wisdom and the Divine Love make one, and in the Lord had been a one from eternity, it is said, “In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.” “Life” is Divine love; and “light” is Divine wisdom.
It is this one that is meant by, “In the beginning the Word was with God, and God was the Word.” “With God,” is in God, for wisdom is in love, and love in wisdom.This means there were no second person as the Word.
So in another place in John: And now, O Father, glorify Thou Me with Thine own Self, with the glory which I had with Thee before the world was (John 17:5). “With Thine own Self,” is in Thyself, and therefore it is said, “and God was the Word.”
Glorify thou Me, means the Divine in Jesus was glorifing His Human, thus making Himself Divine in soul and body.
And elsewhere, that the Lord is in the Father, and the Father in Him; and that He and the Father are one, as the Divine and Human in Jesus Christ are one. As therefore the Word is the Divine Wisdom of the Divine Love, it follows that it is Jehovah Himself, the Lord by whom all things were made that are made.For all things have been created from Divine love by means of Divine wisdom.