God in the Bhagavad Gita
1. He does karma to prevent the universe from collapse (3:24) but does not desire any fruits (4: 14). Consequently, his karma can not bind him.
2. Though he is unborn, he incarnates on earth to establish righteousness (4:7-8).
3. While the universe is pervaded by him, he is beyond the universe (9: 4).
4. At dissolution, all beings return to nature and are later created again by God at the beginning of the aeon (kalpa). (9: 7).
5. Nature gives birth to creation under his inspiration (9: 10).
6. On reaching him, there is no possibility for rebirth (8:16).
7. He is eternal, omnipresent, unthinkable, and changeless (12:3).
8. Though he is very close to us, he is very far at the same time; he is too subtle to be recognized (13:15).
9. He is superior to both the perishable (bound to material nature) and the imperishable (soul). 15:18
10. Om, Tat, Sat — are three of his names (17:23).