This brief written work is a talk given by the author during sacrament meeting in the Spokane First Ward, Spokane Washington Stake of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 20 January 2019. The talk expresses deep personal thoughts developed over years of pondering and personal scripture study about the nature and patterns of divine presidencies, and the roles of the three individual personages who compose a godhead, and who, though separate and distinct persons, work together as one to bring to pass the immortality and eternal life of mankind. It explores, from an expanded perspective, the roles of exalted fathers as patriarchs of their own spirit offspring. It explores from an expanded perspective, the role of the spirit firstling of each exalted father. It explores the notion that there may be one perfect male spirit ordained to the office of Holy Ghost to serve as a testifying agent to the mortal inhabitants of each earth created by the firstling of the father. It addresses the fact that at some point, the personage of spirit serving as holy ghost must receive his body of flesh and bones, like the father and the firstling have. The content expressed is not official doctrine. The content is the sole responsibility of the author, and does not necessarily reflect the official position of any organization.