When we think of God, we almost never think of God Almighty. Most Christians think of Jesus when they reference God, and most Muslims think of El Elohim. The vast majority of people have a nebulous concept of a God who may or may not really exist, but who seems to have captured, at least partially, the hearts and minds of large numbers of people.
But when I think of God, I think only of God Almighty, the Supreme God, the God who always was, and is, and always will be. I think of the God who created the universes in all their magnificence, who created a brain with unsurpassed power, and a body that knows no limitations, except the limitations we place on it, and eyes, ears and mouths that can see, hear and speak truth, and call these truths into being. He is the Lord God Almighty, the God of all creation, the Supreme God. He is El Shaddai.
Whom do you think of when you reference God? Is he El Elohim, the human God who created this earth, and these heavens, or is he El Shaddai, who created all of heaven? Is he Jesus Of Nazareth, the Messiah who, though being human, has never sinned, or do you also think of El Shaddai, the God who is beyond our capacity to understand, the God whose nature is unfathomable, incomprehensible, and eternal, whose very presence would set our world ablaze, and whose gaze would render humanity speechless. He is our God the Lord God Almighty. He is El Shaddai.
El Elohim the God of Creation, the Father in heaven