God is not Expressible in any word whatever.  Call him “he” and the word falls short; call him “she” and the word falls short; call him  “it” and word falls short, very short. If ‘he’ reminds you of a personality, ‘it’ will remind you of a thing. If ‘he’ reminds you of the male. the ‘she’ will remind you of the female – because all words are created by human beings for human use, and God is not a human creation. So whatsoever you call him is going to be only symbolic.
Choose any symbol you like: if you feel like calling him ‘it’ is used for things for dead things. And ‘it’ has another limitation: ‘it’ is used for neutral. ‘it’ is not responsive; if you say something to ‘it’ there will be no response. Only a person can respond and love needs response. You can talk to a wall there will be no response; it will be a monologue. God is called ‘he’ so that your prayer can become a dialogue. Otherwise it will be a monologue – and mad: the it cannot answer it, the ‘it’ cannot be responsive the ‘it’ cannot care about you . The ‘it’ it neutral. Whether you pray or not makes no difference; whether you worship or not makes, whether you are or not makes no difference – the ‘it’ will be very stony. If ‘he’ is creating trouble, ‘it’ will create more trouble, mind you. How can you love the ‘it’?  You can possess the ‘it’,  you can use the ‘it’   – but how can you love ‘it’? Happyho also provides best Meditation and Tarot classes in Noida and Delhi NCR India area
In that way, ‘he’ seems to be the best, for many reasons. Let me explain it to you. First it gives a personality to God: God becomes a person – alive with a beating heart, breathing, pulsating. You can call him and you can trust that there will be a response. You can look at him, you can feel him, and you can trust that he will also feel for you. The personality helps you commune, to pray, to relate. If God has not personality it be so beyond you, it will be inconceivable. You are a person; you need God who is a person too- because you can relate only to person. Unless you have become an impersonal being you cannot relate to an impersonal being.
Religions have existed, particularly in the East – Buddhism, Jainism – which don’t talk about God at all. But then they cannot talk about prayer and they cannot talk about love. The moment they drop the idea of God, of a personal God, of a creator of somebody there who can look at you, hold your hand, embrace you; the moment they drop the idea of a personal, they have to drop the idea of prayer as a corollary, as a necessary corollary. Worship  has to be dropped, prayer has to be dropped singing, dancing have to be dropped. For whom do you sing and for who do you dance? there is nobody. Only stony eyes all around.