I'd still like you to expand on how your idea of God is bigger than LG's idea of God. In that case, you are conceiving of God as a mere epihenomenon, as something that does not have substantial existence. (In the major theisms, God is that one being that precedes all others.) In your conception of God then, God is a powerless, identity-less, substance-less entity that exists merely as a thought-construct. What use is there in conceiving of God that way? You might not see yourself as separate, but in some ways, you definitely are. If you really wouldn't be separate from the rest of existence, someone else could eat, and you'd be fed too. Obviously, this isn't happening, and there are many ways in which you are separate from the rest of existence.