Energy is not “uncreated.”
If you’re going to claim that “energy simply existed”, you’ll have to show proof for such a claim. Absent that proof, it’s just an unfounded opinion.
We do not claim that “God simply exists” by virtue of the fact of his existence – as you’re claiming with respect to ‘unstable energy’. The claim for God is that He is the Supreme Being – the “he is who is” – who is God by virtue of his omnipotence, omnibenevolence, and omniscience. If you want to make that claim for a bundle of energy, be my guest… but be ready to be asked for evidence that your claim is reasonable.
By the way: where’s the evidence that your claim is reasonable?
Hang on a second, though! There’s a significant difference between “a thing’s first motion” (which is all you’re claiming) and “an unmoved mover” (which is the claim for God). If you’re pointing at a thing and claiming its inherent deity by virtue of motion, you’re severely misunderstanding the argument for God.
I do. You’re “thinking out loud”, as it were. Unfortunately, you’re also spinning your wheels…