Everyone knows that God lives outside space and time, but that's a very modern idea. The Bible writers, who, of course, were mostly, if not all, ancestors of the Jews, had a different idea. There is a great deal of evidence in the Bible that God was a man with supernatural powers. I will only give a few clues here, but it's very easy to mine the ancient scribbles for many more. In the Garden, east of Eden, God walks around chatting to people, not always knowing what they are up to. When Moses goes up the famous mountain, God is hiding in a bush, then writes with his finger. After the flood, God regrets killing most of the creatures on earth and decides he won't do it again. He created the rainbow to remind himself of his new resolution, a sort of celestial post-it note. God had sense organs, viz: sight, hearing, smell and one assumes taste. I need to justify the last two... In Leviticus, we learn that God enjoys the sweet savor of beef cooking, and consumes it ! God had plans, which didn't always work out the way he intended. It follows that his supernatural powers are limited, but this is always the case with Superheros. Superheros always have an assistant or mate and a near equal opponent. Batman has Robin and the Joker. God has Jesus and the Devil. (I'm sure you can think of more) Ultimately, to bring about the End Times, God is born, grows up and dies, just like a human ! Of course God is a HE and a FATHER and had Sons (first Adam, then later Jesus). In Revelation, we learn that God sits on a throne, just above the clouds. In Numbers we learn that God sits on a Mercy Seat on the famous Ark and is carried around. God complains to the Israelites that He has been living in a tent and asks them to build a wooden house . Moses regularly went into the tent to chat to God. Catholics even believe that God had a mother ! Etc.