Many reasons for Alleluia’s to Yahweh, Amen (M-A-Y) We are seeing you in with joy and gratitude!!! Holding our ground in faith, Amen.

Always Pray Resting In Love (A-P-R-I-L) seeing you out…

Many reasons for Alleluia’s to Yahweh, Amen
(M-A-Y) We are seeing you in with joy and gratitude!!! Holding our ground in faith, Amen.

May is here, this time as is ALL ‘Time’ is The Lord’s!

‘Time’ as is in ALL of what we posess! Does ANYONE have ANYTHING outside of time?

Let’s go, let’s go! Speed it up! “Time is awasting!”, “What do you think we have? Time???”, “Hurry it up we do not have time!”, “He wasted his time!”, “Time is up!” It get’s more complex! Our WAYS?

One quick DEEP realization!

Before “TIME” was there existence? Before ‘time’ what was? We can go all ‘scientific’ on this!

As you can see, Theories abound! What is fact?

I will openly admit that The Word is a ‘Theory.’ Now, what IF that theory has been tested by individuals who have experienced both life and were given a glance at “After life”? Is there something “so called”? Chances?

A gamble! Where will your dice fall?

Amazingly in this ‘game’, you can place them where and as you wish! YOU possess the chips. Just remember! You are playing for “REAL”!!!

We live IN time!
Was there ‘Time’ before ‘Creation’ (Time came to be)?

A better way to understand it, is the rotation of the planets around the Sun!
Before that?

Everything we experience (and I mean EVERYTHING) is based on ‘Time’!

Before time?
Actually, was there a “before” time? We are so ‘limited’ in our understanding, we see it dimly at present! But will understand it clearly as we exist where ‘time’ does not exist!

A key:

Further, we attempt to grasp the ‘concept’:
We live in a physical world with its four known space-time dimensions of length, width, height (or depth) and time. However, God dwells in a different dimension—the spirit realm—beyond the perception of our physical senses. It’s not that God isn’t real; it’s a matter of His not being limited by the physical laws and dimensions that govern our world (Isaiah 57:15). Knowing that “God is spirit” (John 4:24), what is His relationship to time?

In Psalm 90:4, Moses used a simple yet profound analogy in describing the timelessness of God: “For a thousand years in Your sight are like a day that has just gone by, or like a watch in the night.” The eternity of God is contrasted with the temporality of man. Our lives are but short and frail, but God does not weaken or fail with the passage of time.

In a sense, the marking of time is irrelevant to God because He transcends it. Peter, in 2 Peter 3:8, cautioned his readers not to let this one critical fact escape their notice—that God’s perspective on time is far different from mankind’s (Psalm 102:12, 24-27). The Lord does not count time as we do. He is above and outside of the sphere of time. God sees all of eternity’s past and eternity’s future. The time that passes on earth is of no consequence from God’s timeless perspective. A second is no different from an eon; a billion years pass like seconds to the eternal God.

Though we cannot possibly comprehend this idea of eternity or the timelessness of God, we in our finite minds try to confine an infinite God to our time schedule. Those who foolishly demand that God operate according to their time frame ignore the fact that He is the “High and Lofty One . . . who lives forever” (Isaiah 57:15). This description of God is far removed from man’s condition: “The length of our days is seventy years—or eighty, if we have the strength; yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away” (Psalm 90:10).

Again, because of our finite minds, we can only grasp the concept of God’s timeless existence in part. And in so doing, we describe Him as a God without a beginning or end, eternal, infinite, everlasting, etc. Psalm 90:2 declares, “From everlasting to everlasting You are God” (see also Psalm 93:2). He always was and always will be.

So, what is time? To put it simply, time is duration. Our clocks mark change or, more precisely, our timepieces are benchmarks of change that indicate the passage of time. We could say, then, that time is a necessary precondition for change and change is a sufficient condition to establish the passage of time. In other words, whenever there’s change of any kind we know that time has passed. We see this as we go through life, as we age. And we cannot recover the minutes that have passed by.

Additionally, the science of physics tells us that time is a property resulting from the existence of matter. As such, time exists when matter exists. But God is not matter; God, in fact, created matter. The bottom line is this: time began when God created the universe. Before that, God was simply existing. Since there was no matter, and because God does not change, time had no existence and therefore no meaning, no relation to Him.

And this brings us to the meaning of the word eternity. Eternity is a term used to express the concept of something that has no end and/or no beginning. God has no beginning or end. He is outside the realm of time. Eternity is not something that can be absolutely related to God. God is even beyond eternity.

Scripture reveals that God lives outside the bounds of time as we know it. Our destiny was planned “before the beginning of time” (2 Timothy 1:9; Titus 1:2) and “before the creation of the world” (Ephesians 1:4; 1 Peter 1:20). “By faith we understand that the universe was formed at God’s command, so that what is seen was not made out of what was visible” (Hebrews 11:3). In other words, the physical universe we see, hear, feel and experience was created not from existing matter, but from a source independent of the physical dimensions we can perceive.

“God is spirit” (John 4:24), and, correspondingly, God is timeless rather than being eternally in time or being beyond time. Time was simply created by God as a limited part of His creation for accommodating the workings of His purpose in His disposable universe (see 2 Peter 3:10-12).

Upon the completion of His creation activity, including the creation of time, what did God conclude? “God saw all that he had made, and it was very good” (Gen 1:31). Indeed, God is spirit in the realm of timelessness, rather than flesh in the sphere of time.

As believers, we have a deep sense of comfort knowing that God, though timeless and eternal, is in time with us right now; He is not unreachably transcendent, but right here in this moment with us. And because He’s in this moment, He can respond to our needs and prayers.

Wow! We HAVE gone on. What I wished to share was “Have a blessed new month!”

Today and all the days of your life, all round mercy of God will overflow into your life. Your morning will be good, your afternoon will be better, your evening will be glorious and your night will be peaceful. The light of God will shine upon you. The LORD will open the heavens today to water your life and keep you evergreen, blooming and flourishing. By His grace, in the remaining months of this year, NO weeping, NO mourning, NO regrets, NO lamentations, NO untimely deaths in your household, No domestic or vehicular accidents, so shall it be in Jesus Christ mighty name. Amen.
Blessed Season and be ready to celebrate His presence in ALL your ways, Amen.

We have not even ‘touched’ on “After-time”. What is that? You might ask. Ever heard of the “Afterlife”?

Gets even waaaaay deeper! We will ‘tackle’ that. Let this sit/marinate as we ruminate on this.

Each day, we have our Word. Understandably, there is at times a paucity of ‘time’. Use you access to gain access!
A promise a day


Published by Fellowship of Praise

To God be The glory. Let us praise God together for His ALL in our lives, Amen.

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