I am answering the question does God the Father have a body? My first point was the Bible teaches God is a spirit (part 17). Here I am giving additional support.
− God does not change and never progressed from a man to God
Mal. 3:6 “For I, the Lord, do not change; therefore you, O sons of Jacob, are not consumed.”
Psalm 90:2 Before the mountains were born, Or Thou didst give birth to the earth and the world, Even from everlasting to everlasting, Thou art God.
Mormons believe God the Father has a physical body because he once was a human like us and reached “exaltation” and became a god. The Psalmist and Malachi both say for all eternity God has always been God. God never changes!
− God is invisible.
1 Timothy 1:17a “Now to the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only God.”
Col. 1:15 “And He is the image of the invisible God, the first-born of all creation.”
How can God have a physical body if He is invisible? An invisible God must be immaterial.
So what do we learn from these clear scriptures? The phrase “Jesus standing at the right hand of God” in Acts 7 couldn’t be referring to God the Father’s physical body because God is spirit, God is invisible, and He has always been God. So what did Luke mean when he quoted Stephen in Acts 7, who said he saw “…Jesus standing at the right hand of God.” [Refer back to part 17]
− Right hand is a common Hebrew expression referring to the position of power and authority.
Ask Mormon Missionaries if they have you ever heard someone say, “You know Bill; he is my right hand man down at the office?” The Hebrews used “right hand” in a similar fashion; referring to a position of power and authority.
Psalm 45:4 In your majesty ride forth victoriously in behalf of truth, humility and righteousness; let your right hand display awesome deeds.
Can God hold awesome deeds in His hand? Here right hand refers to the power to accomplish great things. It could read, “Let your power and authority display awesome deeds.” That paraphrase makes perfect sense.
Psalm 48:10Like your name, O God, your praise reaches to the ends of the earth; your right hand is filled with righteousness.
How can God’s right hand be filled with righteousness? How much does it weigh? How much space does righteous take up? Is it hard to hold? What makes more sense is God’s power and authority can be filled with righteousness.
If we add to our case the strong evidence God is spirit, invisible, and has never changed, we can be confident the reference to God the Father’s right hand must be a Hebrew expression. Looking back at Stephen in Acts 7, when he saw Jesus at the right hand of God, he was seeing Him in the position of power and authority and not at the physical right hand of God. The Bible teaches God the Father does not have a physical body.