Is god brighter than the sun?
Nobody can really answer this because there is no way of measuring the brightness of God, if God exsists.
There are many stars that are brighter than the sun. Deneb shines the brightest in the constellation Cygnus and is much farther from Earth than most of the other stars you see. Deneb is about 100,000 times brighter than the Sun. HR 5171, has a diameter 1,300 times the sun and is a million times brighter than the sun. R136a1 weighs up to 300 times the mass of the Sun and is close to 10…
For the milliseconds that it exists, a bolt of lightning is actually hotter and brighter. However, it isn't there long enough for you to notice, so in effect the sun is brighter. This answer is partially correct. A lightning bolt appears the be brighter than the sun because it a lot closer, but it's not actually brighter. & a bolt of lightning is hotter than the sun's surface & a few layers under it.
In terms of viewing from Earth, no our Sun is brighter than all of the Supernovas seen. However, in relative terms, if the Sun was replaced by a Supernova, then yes it would be so much brighter. In fact, you wouldn't be around to see it, because if would obliterate our Solar System. But don't worry, our Sun will not become a Supernova