According to space.com the size of the universe is at least 165 billion light-years wide. One light-year is equal to just under ten million kilometers [or exactly 9,460,730,472,580.8 km]. Can you imagine how big is that? And can you also imagine how small we are? Hmm..
This fact popped a 'God question' in my mind. Assuming that there are other life forms [with civilizations] in other parts of the universe or in the 'other universes', do you think they also have gods there? If they have, do you think you and 'them' worship the same god? Do you think 'your' God created them? Or maybe 'they' [other life forms] believe that 'their' god created them and not your god. Hmmm... Well these questions are not really meant to find answers. They are meant to make one realize something.
What about in Earth [our world]? Today there are looooots of gods that we [or maybe I] know of. Some of these gods have their own religion. And there are some [I guess majority of] religions who think that their god is the 'true god.' or real god. Example, religion A thinks that their god created the universe and is the true god. Religion B on the other hand thinks [aslo] that their god created us and the universe. These religions just contradict each other. Their gods, beliefs, stories[myths], traditions contradict each other. Now these contradictions just shows that all religions [w/ supernatural god or gods] are all wrong. Simply because they consider each other as wrong and false.
So who then is the real god? Which creation story is true? Which beliefs are right and wrong? Who should one believe? Well of course a religion or perhaps your religion would say that your religion has the true god and creator right? But other religion would just disagree with that. Remember, they also have faith just like you.