A hypothetical personal God is an extremely unlikely idea, to the point of being unbelievably silly, if you think about it for a moment.
The universe appears to contain billions of galaxies, trillions of stars and planets, yet some people believe a hypothetical creator deity made all that, just so it could have a place for one species of nearly hairless apes to live in and interact, so that this hypothetical creator deity could watch each one of them and keep track of all of their actions, thoughts, beliefs and choices. And it hypothetically does so, just to be able to judge them, after they die, and decide if each of them gets infinite reward or infinite torture, which, could not possibly be deserved, in either case.
But, of course such ideas are obviously just an expression of human ego, vanity and an emotional need to feel more important in a vast and uncaring universe, not something that the universe suggests about us or to us. Only those with a childish view of their own self importance can hold such a silly belief.