It really depends on which god you're talking about. If you mean Yahweh, then the Old Testament is certainly full of a very 2-like traits for Him, though I'm not sure if He's really a 2. I've always seen Him as a 1, myself. Very strict adherence to rules and ideals that are morally based, with a strong reaction of anger towards those who would disobey Him. I also don't see His need to be worshiped as based in pride so much as it is in His true superiority over man (as an all-powerful, omniscient being, I feel it's okay to admit that he's objectively better than we are). Yahweh is described time and again as an angry god, and also as a jealous god. This speaks to me more of starting in an anger triad position and disintegrating to a shame triad (He is wrathful to start, and when others don't fulfill His love need, He becomes envious).
I could be wrong, though. I admittedly haven't read a great deal of the Bible.
First he doesn't expect everyone to worship him he just wants them to, second he doesn't get angry and fling lightning bolts at those who don't worship him, don't know where you got that from, third he possesses all enneagram types, for example he sometimes helps from afar and shares knowledge, like a five. Another example is promising to protect and avenge the innocent who put their faith in him rather than take care of it themselves, like an 8.
Maybe he's a bit of all the types? ...At least this would make sense if God was the one to create humans in the first place.
1 - God is a perfect being and has high moral standards.
2 - God is generous and wants people to love him.
3 - God is conscious of his image and sets goals to achieve.
4 - God is creative and loves romance.
5 - God knows everything and is infinite in wisdom.
6 - God is loyal and safety conscious.
7 - God has a sense of humour and lists "Joy" as a fruitage of the Spirit.
8 - God is powerful and wants to take the lead.
9 - God likes variety and can show humility.
God is a 4w3!! He is an artist who created the world as an expression of his own inner landscape. When his self-image as God is not seen for what it is, and thus he feels abandoned and rejected, he plays power games to show you who he is (disintegration to 2), fucks shit up and then withdraws into his cave and makes people beg for him to come back. When he's satisfied that his image as God is validated and he is loved, all is right and fair and good, and all people are at one with him, everyone is part of him (integration to 1/ Holy Origin). He's a moody motherfucker, isn't he?