In Job God tells Job that he can command the Sun to grab the edges of the Earth and shake all the wicked people out of it, but the only 2 instances portrayed in the bible of God removing all the wicked people he uses 2 natural disasters instead. The first being the Flood in Genesis and the promise that next time it will be with fire, which is the Prophecy still foretold in Revelation.
To me this is like claiming to know the mesurements of the Earth (same monologue in Job) but not fessing up. I can claim to be able to fly to the moon and back in 5 seconds, but unless I do it, or prove I can, it's just a baseless assertion.
So despite God's claim that He CAN shake the wicked (and only the wicked) from this Earth, he refuses. In the Gospels he goes farther and states he cannot. "If you try to kill the weeds from the wheat, you will kill the wheat, so you wait till the sowing then throw the weeds into the fire." Too bad God had no idea that Human technology would surpass him because we CAN kill the weeds and not harm the wheat.
So this unchanging "All Powerful" God says, "I CAN." Only to say later, "I cannot because it's impossible." Only to be beat by his creation at his own game.
"That's why I'm God and you're not Job, so Shut up and Put up!"
Sounds just like a "might makes right" bully to me, all the while unable to actually do anything because all he can make are baseless assertions.