From the Mekhilta D'Rabi Yishmael:
Similarly, (Exodus 25:8) "and they shall make for Me a sanctuary, etc." What is the intent of this? Is it not written (Jeremiah 23:24) "Do I not fill heaven and earth?" What, then, is the intent of "And they shall make for Me a sanctuary"? For the sake of receiving reward for making it.
What kind of representation do you think the Torah makes of God here?
How is God represented by each of the commentators, the Midrash, and Musar above?
When you think of God, what comes to mind?