OMNIPRESENCE (ŏm'nĭ-prĕz'ĕns). The attribute of God by virtue of which he fills the universe in all its parts and is present everywhere at once. Not a part, but the whole of God is present in every place. The Bible teaches the omnipresence of God (Ps.139.7-Ps.139.12; Jer.23.23-Jer.23.24; Acts.17.27-Acts.17.28). This is true of all three members of the Trinity. They are so closely related that where one is the others can be said to be also (John.14.9-John.14.11).