God created time. It doesn’t limit him.
There’s a reason the Bible says ‘Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever’ (Hebrews 13:8). It’s because he can’t change from one minute to the next. He simply exists.
For God, each moment is infinite, yet he also exists across all of time in a moment. (2 Peter 3:8)
He is right now at the creation of the world. Right now at the end of this age. Right now at your birth. Right now he is pouring his wrath out on Jesus at the cross.
Now this is the point when the whole ‘how can I really have free will if God already knows what I’m going to do’ debate comes up.
Here’s where I stand on it: God is able to know what you’ll decide without interfering with your free will. He’s God. He can do things we can’t even fathom.
God is not surprised when we get sick. Or when we sin. Or when our car breaks down.
He’s the God who is here and now. As we make our way through life, we do well to remember that we are anchored to the one who is above and beyond everything we are dealing with.
There’s no tomorrow for him. There’s now.