God’s greatness includes His supremacy. God is self-sufficient and does not need anything that His creation has to offer (Acts 17:25). God’s purpose is supreme to any other purpose or will. His purpose will be accomplished and nothing can escape it (Jer. 10:10). Everything that occurs, whether part of God’s purpose or not, is allowed to occur by Him (Matt. 10:29; Phil 2:13) to such an extent that even life is derivative from God; God gave even His own divine Son life on earth (Jo. 5:26).
God’s greatness includes His sovereignty, which includes His omnipotence, omniscience, omnipresence, and transcendence. Nothing is impossible for God (Matt. 19:26; Luke 1:37) or too difficult for God’s power (Gen. 18:14; Acts 26:8), which is surpassing in greatness (Eph. 1:19); God can do all things (Job 42:1). God’s understanding has no limits (Ps. 147:5); He knows all the laws of nature that He put into place (Job 37:16), what we will say before we speak it (Ps. 139:4), and even how many hairs are on our heads (Matt. 10:30). We cannot flee from the presence of God’s Spirit (Ps. 139:7; Jer. 23:23; Matt. 28:20). While God is present in this world by Spirit, His thoughts are not of this world (Is. 55:8), His being is over all (Eph. 4:6), and is above the stature of all gods and creation (Ps. 97:9). Moreover, God sees everything we do and think (Job 28:24; 1Jo. 3:20; Heb. 4:1; 13; Prov. 15:3).