As we recognize it, Motion requires space. Where, then, did the Living Spirit of God actually reside, before there was physical matter? We don’t know, and we cannot know, but despite all our ignorance it seems there may be two possible answers.
We've presumed there was a time before physical matter when God was All and filled All. Now, the next question is, was there physical space? Was there dimension? It may feel silly to ask this, until we realize that, technically, Space is not physical matter. Earth’s air is predominantly filled up with gaseous molecules (mostly nitrogen), while Space is defined as the absence of physical matter, a complete lack of atomic material.
Since Space is nothing, it may be that Space was/is uncreated. In other words, much like Time, Space is not a "thing" which actually exists. Space, as we conceive it, is merely the void something passes through in-between making contacts with physical matter. Thus, since neither Time nor Space actually exists, except as intellectual conceits to support our understanding of movement, we may as well suppose (with all rational sense) that both Time and Space did "exist", according to God's perceptions, before there was physical matter.
In other words, we might conceive that before there was anything else, God’s immaterial Spirit may have been roaming across limitless Space. That is option #1.
Option #2 would be to consider that God may even predate dimensional space. That is, perhaps Space was indeed created. In other words, it may be that God existed (before all else but Himself) in some God-shaped non-place, or in other words, in some Spiritual realm, or in other words, in some non-dimensional reality - but the fullest nature of such a reality, of course, we cannot possibly imagine.
But if this is/was the case, this could mean that God's Movement occurs in some Spiritual manner that breaks all the bounds of what mortal senses can recognize as "changes in place over time". In other words, God's Movement may not even (or may not always) look like something that we'd expect to call "action".
And yet, God was active. How do we know this? Because God Moves. In all that scripture tells us of God, this is one undeniable aspect of who and what He Is. God Almighty is One who Moves. He does things. He takes initiative! He's a Mover. So, where ever God was, how ever God was... in some Time, before physical matter, and possibly even before there was dimensional Space... God was moving.
To that point, however, God was moving alongside of, and along with, no one but Himself.
To be continued...