"The Lord sends poverty and wealth; he humbles and he exalts." God, on the other hand, is filing a lawsuit against the credit reporting company Equifax, with whom he's tussled for years over the agency's refusal to acknowledge his name.

"God," in this case, is 26-year-old God Gazarov, a Russian native who really is just one of us, trying to make his way home in a new Infiniti, a purchase he was unable to complete thanks to insistence from Equifax that he has no financial history, the Post reports. Two other major credit agencies have given him a score of more than 720, but Gazarov's name-related SNAFU with Equifax was apparently enough to prevent him from purchasing his dream car, prompting him to file the lawsuit.

“It’s extremely frustrating,” Gazarov told the tabloid. “I worked hard to get good credit to look good to lenders and this happens.”

God Gazarov owns a jewelry store in Brighton Beach. He is named after God, his grandfather.