We often try to fit God in our time and little wrist watches in attempt to control Him. We schedule events of our lives for Him, we tell Him when to act. God cannot and will not be pressured. We think we can make God wait, but for him everything that will happen has already happened.
I usually fall into this trap of making scheduled plan for God. I want things when I want them. My time is too perfect to fit into His eternal glorious plan for my life. Basically, I set my will against His not realizing that dethrones him in my life.
God’s dominion ends where ours begins. Dethrone yourself.
Time does not affect God.IT WILL NOT PRESSURE HIM, no matter how manipulating we get.
(Hebrews 13:8) Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today, and forever. Therefore in all our time, He remains timeless. Jesus has already lived all our tomorrows as He has lived all our yesterday.
God inhabits eternity!
Time only marks the beginning of created existence, and because God never began to exist, it has no application to Him. Jesus lives in everlasting now. He has no past and no future. When time appears in the scriptures it reflects to our time; NOT His. We cannot clock Him. So crush your wrist watches already.
(Revelations 22:13) I am the Alpha and the Omega, the First and the Last, the Beginning and the End.”
(Isaiah 41:4) Who has done such mighty deeds, summoning each new generation from the beginning of time? It is I, the LORD, the First and the Last. I alone am he.”
(Psalm 90:1) A prayer of Moses, the man of God. Lord, through all the generations you have been our home. Therefore He is and will continue to be one safe home for the time-driven generation.
God appears a the beginning and end of time simultaneously. To him later is the same as earlier.
We are made for eternity as much as we are made for time. Do not only treasure your now but set your mind on the things of forever. We cannot afford to become fools of this passing world, concentrating ourselves only on the now time
My prayer is Jesus help me apply my heart to wisdom. May the knowledge of your eternity not be wasted in me.