Sifaat of Allah from shia ahadeeth

Kafi by Kulayni. vol 1, p 209:

5 – عدة من أصحابنا، عن أحمد بن محمد بن عيسى، عن الحسين بن سعيد، عن فضالة بن أيوب: عن أبي المغرا، عن محمد بن سالم، عن أبان بن تغلب قال:
سمعت أبا عبدالله (عليه السلام) يقول: قال رسول الله (صلى الله عليه وآله): من أراد أن يحيى حياتي، ويموت ميتتي ويدخل جنة عدن التي غرسها الله ربي بيده، فليتول علي بن أبي طالب وليتول وليه، وليعاد عدوه، وليسلم للاوصياء من بعده، فإنهم عترتي من لحمي ودمي، أعطاهم الله فهمي وعلمي، إلى الله أشكو [أمر] امتي، المنكرين لفضلهم، القاطعين فيهم صلتي، وأيم الله ليقتلن ابني لا أنالهم الله شفاعتي.

A number of our people have narrated from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn ‘Isa from al-Husayn ibn Said from Fudala ibn Ayyub from abu a1-Maghra from Muhammad ibn Salim from Aban ibn Taghlib from abu Abdallah (a.s.) who has said the following.
“The Messenger of Allah has said, Whoever would want to live like my living, die like I will die and enter the garden of Eden that my Lord has planted with His own hands, he must love (acknowledge the Divine authority of) Ali (a.s.) ibn abu Talib. He must love (acknowledge the Divine authority of his successor) those who love him, be the enemy of his enemies and submit in obedience to his successors after him because they are of my family and my flesh and blood. Allah has given them my understanding and knowledge. I appeal to Allah and complain to Him about the case of my peoples dealings, their denying the virtue and excellence of the Imams from my family. I complain to Allah for their disregard of my relation with them. By Allah, they will murder my son (al-Husayn (a.s.). May Allah deprive them of my intercession.

Narrated by Kulayni in “Kafi” 1/126:

4 – علي بن محمد، عن سهل بن زياد، عن محمد بن عيسى قال: كتبت إلى أبي الحسن علي بن محمد (عليهما السلام): جعلني الله فداك يا سيدي قد روي لنا: أن الله في موضع دون موضع على العرش استوى، وأنه ينزل كل ليلة في النصف الاخير من الليل إلى السماء الدنيا، وروي: أنه ينزل عشية عرفة ثم يرجع إلى موضعه، فقال بعض مواليك في ذلك: إذا كان في موضع دون موضع، فقد يلاقيه الهواء ويتكنف عليه والهواء جسم رقيق يتكنف على كل شئ بقدره، فكيف يتكنف عليه جل ثناؤه على هذا المثال؟ فوقع (عليه السلام): علم ذلك عنده (2) وهو المقدر له بما هو أحسن تقديرا واعلم أنه إذا كان في السماء الدنيا فهو كما هو على العرش، والاشياء كلها له سواء علما وقدرة وملكا وإحاطة.
وعنه، عن محمد بن جعفر الكوفي، عن محمد بن عيسى مثله.

Ali ibn Muhammad has narrated from Sahl ibn Ziyad from Muhammad ibn Isa who has said the following.
“I wrote to Imam abu al-Hassan, Ali ibn Muhammad (a.s.) to clarify a question. May Allah take my soul in your service, O my master, it is narrated to us that Allah is in one place and not in another place on Arsh, (the Throne) resting. He comes down to the sky above the earth every night during the last half of the night. It is narrated that He comes down at the ninth evening of the month of Dhul Hajj and then He returns back to His place. Certain individuals among your friends have said that if He would be found in certain places and not in other places the air must have come in contact with Him and would surround Him because air is a thin form of body that surrounds everything proportionate to its size. How then the air would surround Allah, the Most Holy and the Most High, According to this assumption? The Imam replied in writing, “He has the knowledge of this. He is the best One in having the true measurements of all things. You must, However, note that His being in the sky over the earth is just as He on the Throne. All things to Him are the same in the matters of His knowledge and power, domination and control.”

Muhammad ibn Jafar al-Kufi has narrated from Muhammad ibn Isa a similar Hadith

Majlese said weak about first chain, and said sahih ala thahir about second way of transmission.

Kulayni in “Kafi” 1/126-127, and authenticated by Majlese in “Mirat” 1/67.

5 – عنه، عدة من أصحابنا، عن أحمد بن محمد بن خالد، عن يعقوب بن يزيد عن ابن أبي عمير، عن ابن اذينة، عن أبي عبدالله (عليه السلام) في قوله تعالى: ” ما يكون من نجوى ثلاثة إلا هو رابعهم ولا خمسة إلا هو سادسهم ” فقال، هو واحد واحدي الذات، بائن من خلقه، وبذاك وصف نفسه، ” وهو بكل شئ محيط ” بالاشراف والاحاطة والقدرة ” لا يعزب عنه مثقال ذرة في السماوات ولا في الارض ولا أصغر من ذلك ولا أكبر ” بالاحاطة والعلم لا بالذات لان الاماكن محدودة تحويها حدود أربعة فإذا كان بالذات لزمها الحواية.

It is narrated from him (the narrator of the above Haddith) from a group of our people from Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Khalid from Yaqub ibn yazid from ibn abu Umayr from ibn Udhaynah from Imam abu Abdallah (a.s.) who has said the following.
It is about the words of Allah “There is not a single place wherein any secret counsel can take place between any three people without God being the fourth, nor five people without His being the sixth. . .” (58:7). “He is One, the One only in His Own-self. He is different from His creatures and as such He has said about His Own-Self. He has control over all things through His presence, control and power. Nothing as small as an atom in the heavens or earth is absent from Him, not even things smaller or bigger. It is all through His control and knowledge not by His-self. It is because the places are limited by the four boundaries. If it would be by His-self it would limit Him.

I have seen many people who use those verses to proof that Allah bizatehe everywhere (authubillah).
Alhamdulillah imam explained it exactly as we understand, Allah is everywhere by His control and knowledge and not by His-self.