Actually, Hebrews believe that heaven is beyond the cosmos. Ancient Hebrew (and surrounding culture) believe that first, there is a heaven which contains stars and whatnot, followed by a heaven of water (suppose they thought that was why the sky was blue?) and then the heaven that contains thrones, Gods, etc. This would mean that the Hebrew (or Christian) God would be in sky. This is why Jesus supposedly "ascended" into heaven, and why Christians believe that if he comes again, they will ascend to heaven then. You know - ascend - as in go up?<quoted text>
No, honey, that's your problem.
You're picturing a god from Saturday morning cartoons. Your mind is stuck.
I don't picture God as a giant man with a beard, I surely don't see Him as "skydaddy". I know He doesn't live in the sky.....