This concept is clearly expressed in Analogies have been made to the differences between man and other creatures in an effort to explain how vastly different God's thoughts are from ours.But Adam didn't need to have the same knowledge that God does, nor do we today; only that which is required of us to live for Him on this earth.And after Adam disobeyed God and brought sin into His perfect creation (Romans ; cf.About 2000 years ago, the Messiah took on human nature and lived among us.And at a time God had planned for all along, His human nature experienced death for all our sins.So in some way we can't even begin to imagine, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit not only communicate their thoughts with each other, but also love each other; without any need for us.But let us move on to a possibly more satisfying answer, beginning with a phrase found in Isaiah 43:7: "Everyone who is called by My name, And whom I have created for My glory, Whom I have formed, even whom I have made." God created us, just as He did the whole universe, to bring glory to Himself.If we do indeed trust in the LORD (and why shouldn't we, since He's done so much for us! The Everlasting God, the LORD, the Creator of the ends of the earth Does not become weary or tired.) and have read enough of His words in Scripture concerning His holy, eternal, loving and all-wise nature, then any issues which cause us difficulties in understanding, cannot shake our faith in Him. His understanding is inscrutable." Now my prayer for you would be the same as Paul's (and the Spirit's) in Titus 1: I pray that each of you might find satisfying answers to your questions in Scripture." There are some who either teach outright, or imply, that it was necessary for God to create us.They say things such as: on their part, and just as bad as many of the other false assumptions made about Him.