I'm sure it's just a phase you're going through.
In my conception God is love, it's not just that love exists because God exists, like with logic. Love exists because God exists because God is love, these are all denoting the same thing. But time would have to limit God like how logic limits Him, which is, really, not at all. iow you can't show or demonstrate logic ever really
limiting God 'in the final analysis' imo.
But there is definitely a categorical difference between the past, the present and the future. That limits God as much as it limits us, if time is as absolutely existent as God Himself is. So I don't buy it. It seems arbitrary to think that of all the things that conceptually could be basically self-existent things that can limit God, that time would be the thing. Why not gravitation? Or osmosis? There are tons of things that anyone could argue limits God, that would therefore have to be a basically self-existent thing, I just don't see the value in or the evidence supporting making time one of those things. It just seems arbitrary, and that can mean that it's part of a narrative of some sort, and it might be a narrative that I don't 'buy'. But irregardless of that, it just doesn't seem necessary to conceptually subject God to the thing signified by the noun 'time'. He can easily, in my mind, exist without any connection with time at all, or, more to the point, He can interact with time however He wants. Like in Marvel's End Game, as a modern example from the (performing) arts (as opposed to ancient ones like Back to the Future).