This is just your personal ontological argument. God may not be power. God may just use power. It all depends on what you mean by power. You have failed to show how this proves the existence of God and have failed to show how the existence of God can be shown with empirical evidence. You are just dancing round and round acting arrogantly pretending you know more than everyone else. You have nothing.By the definition of God that I know, God exists.
Thats not beggin the question either.
To my knowledge, "God" means "Power"; "God" is defined to be "power"; not the powerful, but the power/potential itself is "God".
Now, I know that God exists, because God is power (the god I identify as "God"); and I know that power exists.
1+1 = 2. Sesame Street must be God.
Hitler had power. Say it with me HOG. Then Hitler must have been...