I have a question that I can’t wrap my head around lately and was hoping you guys could point me in the right direction or share some insight into your understanding. 1) How are we to understand the Aseity of the Holy Spirit in terms of the following: According to John 5:26, “For just as the Father has life in Himself, even so He gave to the Son also to have life in Himself.” We see that aseity then was eternally communicated to the Son. In terms of the Nicene Creed, since the Son is eternally begotten, this attribute is eternally communicated to the Son. I could be wrong on my thinking here, correct me if I am. But allow me to conclude... According The the Nicene Creed, the Holy Spirit proceeds (ἐκπορεύομαι) from the Father and the Son. Does that also imply that the aseity of each the Father and the Son is communicated in the proceeding? I’m trying to make a distinction between begotten (brought forth) and proceeding (sent forth) as well as reconciling the uniqueness of the begotteness of the one and only Son of the Father. If I think of a father and son on earth, DNA is communicated from the father to the son. Yet in sending forth someone, there would be no communication of the DNA (forgive my weak analogy). So the Son shares in the essence of the Father because he is eternally begotten of the Father. But in what way is this divine attribute communicated in the eternal procession of the Spirit from the Father and Son? Sorry for the lengthy question. Reason I thought I’d ask is because I spent my life as a Roman Catholic and finally found the truth that is in Christ alone after starting to ask these types of questions. That all led me to finding the reformed faith and an OPC church close to home. Maybe this just one of those questions we won’t find out until glory! Thanks for any help you can provide!