If elohim is a plural form then I don't have to realize anything else, including the equivocations you've posted. The fact that it may be used occasionally as a singular noun does not negate its plural use. Some denominations contend that "us" and "our" infer god was speaking of his angels and whoever else makes up the contingent of "heavenly hosts".The Hebrew word used to describe God in this sentence is elohim. Yes, elohim is plural form. You have to realize, however, that the plural noun elohim has been used with singular verbs in the Bible. This negates the word elohim inferring that there are two Gods. Elohim is also used in the Bible to mean a singular noun.