Whole Sort Of Genl Mish Mash
Actually, Trevor is right ... God does live in his mind. But Trevor lives in my mind (he is the little red devil that sits on my left shoulder and whispers diabolic suggestions in my ear) and Brad, by the way, sits on my right shoulder, wears a wookie suit and has a halo and angel wings. Trevor's done a fine job of recruiting Catherine Zeta Jones into our collective consciousness and currently is attempting to sign up Eva Herzigova, Heidi Klum and Shania Twain as well. I've been trying to get him to go after Laetitia Casta but Brad doesn't like Laetitia's teeth.
Seriously, Tony, I don't see your point. If God is a spirit then he is not subject to the human limitations of existing in space and time. He would not only be capable of being everywhere but also everywhen simulteniously. You speak of the mind of God as though it is a "part" or a "place". When talking about the spiritual, substance and location are absurdities. Also, I don't see how our being located in the mind of God explains why He judges us. I also think your wording of "judging everyone" suggests (even if only a little bit) that the judgement is unwarranted.
An all-knowing God would, by necessity, know our thoughts (past, present and future) or else he wouldn't be all knowing. If our thoughts could be imputed against us, wouldn't we be bringing condemnation on ourselves? I don't know if you are saying this but I am getting sick and tired of people always saying, like broken records, "You have no right to judge me!" If we exhibit the same attitude toward God then I think the pride alone in such an arrogant statement would warrant judgement.