Found Under Omniscience
God the Mathematician
How much does God know?
Without a telescope you can only see about 3,000 stars from any point on Earth. Scientists estimate the universe contains at least 70 sextillion stars (70-thousand-million-million-million). That's 7 followed by 22 zeroes, or ten-times the number of grains of sand on earth. Psalm 147:4 tells us God "counts the numbers of the stars; He gives names to all of them."
Not only that, but God counts the numbers of every hair on every person in the world. Jesus said, "Indeed, the very hairs of your head are all numbered" (Luke 12:7). If God knows that much, He certainly knows what you are going through right now. --Kent Crockett