@ahoxha In the Bible we find that it says God dwells in both unapproachable light (I Timothy 6:16) and in the Old Testament that He dwells in thick darkness. I have included a link to an article from apologetics press at the bottom explaining how both can be true. As you see in Exodus, at Sinai God came among the Israelite community in the thick darkness of a cloud - if we read I Kings we see an explanation from King Solomon - God’s glory was veiled by this cloud so that He could be among the people. If He had revealed Himself in His glory it would have killed the people, so He veiled His glory both in the cloud and by residing within the temple, where the high priest entered the Holy of Holies only once a year to offer sacrifice.
I Kings 8:10-13 - When the priests withdrew from the Holy Place, the cloud filled the temple of the Lord. 11 And the priests could not perform their service because of the cloud, for the glory of the Lord filled his temple.
12 Then Solomon said, “The Lord has said that he would dwell in a dark cloud; 13 I have indeed built a magnificent temple for you, a place for you to dwell forever.”
The picture is that of a violent storm—a figure so frequently used in the Scriptures to furnish the accompaniment of God’s approach, He Himself being as it were housed in the storm. From the time of Sinai onward these figures become standard (cf. Exod. 19:16-18; Judg. 5:4,5; Ps. 68:7;77:16-18; Is. 29:6; 30:27ff.; etc.). As the storm sweeps near, He is in it. The thick storm clouds are the material upon which He rides (1959, pp. 166-167).