This isn't panentheism where "god" (which one?) is resident in all things. That would be tantamount to idolatry. It's also a little too simple to surmise.
Who has the imagination to see it? Jesus said it. He said He was with us "always" (Matthew 28:20). David spoke of it in Psalm 139: From the heights of Heaven (verse 8) to the depths of hell, to "the uttermost parts of the sea" (verse 9). God is everywhere.*
*Actually, the one place God isn't is in the mind and heart of the unbeliever. This doesn't have to be. Jesus says that He "stand[s] at the door and knock[s]" (Revelation 3:20). It's the door of your heart and He always appeals to that place first. Believing is an act of the will. Let Him in and He'll open your eyes to see Him at work by the Holy Spirit. He wants to. He wants you.
Nikola Tesla was and is, arguably the greatest scientific mind in history—with reference to electricity. His experiments at his lab in Colorado Springs during the turn of the twentieth century surpassed even modern science in ingenuity and wow-factor. In many ways, it's still trying to catch up with him. He discovered (by intuition?) a field of energy around the earth that he hypothesized could be a worldwide, wireless power source for electrical devices. Tesla was able to light his laboratory with wireless tubing. He could snap his fingers and create a ball of fire that you could hold in your hand. He could also make illumination with no apparent source. The analogy here is that, while you won't find the word "omnipresence" in the Bible, the Holy Spirit more than fills the definition. And as Paul says, we appeal to people with "love and the spirit of meekness" (1 Corinthians 4:21) and in "demonstration of the Spirit and of power" (1 Corinthians 2:4). The Holy Spirit is our power source and because of Jesus' sacrifice, the Holy Spirit is now at large in the world—all over the world.
As a matter of fact, if I may be so bold, I would wager it was the Holy Spirit who showed Tesla the energy field in the first place. Proverbs (8:12) says that wisdom (personified in the Holy Spirit) "find[s] out knowledge of witty inventions…"