Thinking is creating with God, as thinking is writing with the ready writer; and worlds are only leaves turned over in the process of composition, about his throne. – Henry Ward Beecher, Edna Dean Proctor (1858), “Life Thoughts: Gathered from the Extemporaneous Discourses of Henry Ward Beecher”, p28
It is my understanding that it has been calculated that the God of The Holy Bible, who is also known as “The God of Father Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob,” is most likely a tenth-dimensional being – which there could only be one of. When I consider what that means and the nature of such a being I am awestruck by the awesomeness of the God who sees me, yet loves me and empowers me to follow along paths that lead to fellowship with Him.
Of course, we don’t have to go through complex calculations to try to figure out what such a being would be able to do as part of His nature because that very Supreme Being tells us a little bit about Himself in His book so that our finite minds might gain a little bit of understanding of the infinitely-infinite mind. The Holy Bible lets us see that He can be everywhen and everywhere at the same time as well as hold our universe in His hand and yet be right here with us; with me, with you. He loves us with a love that is very difficult to comprehend. Therefore, we must strive to be like our Creator and ask for His help to do so.