My Triune Creator
Which person(s) of the Godhead made all things?
• The Father
“God [Elohim] created the heaven and the earth” (Genesis 1:1).
• The Son
“All things were made by him [Jesus]; and without him was not anything made that was made” (John 1:3).
• The Spirit
“By his spirit he hath garnished the heavens…” (Job 26:13). “The Spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life” (Job 33:4).
Psalm 33:6 reveals the presence of YHWH, the Word, and the Spirit in creation:
“By the word of the LORD (YHWH) were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath (Hebrew: ruwach, translated Spirit in Gen. 1:2) of his mouth.” 
So, now I have a question for my LDS readers. If all three persons of the Godhead are said to have created, why does Isaiah 44:24 say:
“Thus says the LORD (YHWH), your redeemer, and he that formed you from the womb, I am the LORD that makes all things; that stretches forth the heavens alone; that spreads abroad the earth by myself…” 
Is YHWH one person or one Being? If YHWH is referring to only one person, how could He claim to have created all things by Himself, alone, when all three persons of the Godhead were clearly involved in creating?
1. I realize that LDS readers may not see the Trinity in this passage as the modern LDS church teaches that YHWH is Jesus. LDS used to believe, however, that the name YHWH referred to God the Father. Christians and Jews believe that the OT name titles, YHWH and Elohim, are referring to the same Divine Being. These names are often used interchangeably in the OT in Hebrew parallelisms as demonstrated on this blog that I know nothing about, but I like this particular post.
2. It should also be mentioned that Isaiah 44:24 does not correspond well with the account of creation given in the LDS scriptures Abraham 4-5.