Whither shall I go from thy spirit? Or whither shall I flee from thy presence? If I ascend up into the heaven, thou art there; if I make my bed in hell, behold thou are there.
The writer of this Psalm is expressing the awesomeness of God by asking several though provoking questions when answered correctly looks at God for Him being omnipresence meaning that God is everywhere; God being omniscient meaning that He knows all and lastly God being omnipotent which is being all powerful. God being all three supports the fact that God is unique in His attributes as there is no other God who posses those attributes.
Other unique attributes of God is that He is eternal with no beginning or end, which means He is Alpha and Omega. God is unchangeable which makes Him the same today, yesterday and forever more. All believers can take comfort in knowing that God will never change and whatever He says will come to pass as His Word will not return to Him void.
Another of God's unique attributes is that He is holy and just. What this means is that God is without sin and everyone is treated equally as He loves us all the same.
Lastly, God is triune which means that He manifests Himself in three distinct persons, but still one God; God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit all equally divine with specific roles in the lives of humanity and creation.
The God of all creation is unique as there is no other God like Him.
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