Saturday, March 22, 2014 4:45 AM

God is not Constrained by Time

Saturday, March 22, 2014 4:45 AM
Saturday, March 22, 2014 4:45 AM

If you were to forget to pray for your meal at the beginning of your meal would God still accept your prayer at the end? Would you have to change the wording of your prayer and pray as to its end, or could you pray the same words that you always use at the beginning?

These questions and the answer will move your mind set to one in time to one outside of time. God is outside of time and your prayers can be to. God knows the beginning from the end, therefore you pray at the end of your meal as you normally do at the beginning. Not only can you pray at the end; you could pray even days later.

This understanding releases us to think differently about our prayers and our guilt for forgetting. We can even pray not only for recovery from an injury, but we could pray that the damage be mitigated after the fact.

God is outside of time and God is eternal and our prayers are outside of time and they are also eternal…saved forever in Heaven.

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