The History of Things to Come

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It has been a while since I have heard the Holy Spirit speak to me…drop a thought into my mind…during that time in between awake and asleep. But, last night was one of those moments. Sometimes He says things that can be difficult to understand. But, I recognize as something He is prompting me to write about. This one is a bit difficult, but bear with me as I attempt to describe this thought.

He said, “The past of things to come”…

What?

As I laid there in bed trying to figure this one out, I realized it was similar to what I have come to understand as the contrast of how we understand the Holy Spirit (or try to). Where we come to understand the “Omnipotence” of God balanced by His Perfect Peace. How can the ultimate power of the Universe be the ultimate presence of peace at the same time? There is the contrast of God’s personality. He can be both at the same time.

But, how does that apply to what the Holy Spirit said to me?

How can there be a past tense in the future?

The only thing I could think of was that in Heaven there is no past or future, only now; an existence where there is no beginning and no end to time or the Creation. Which is hard enough to grasp as it is. But, it is just another indicator of the difference of Heaven from Earth where the past and the future come together in one person Jesus Christ.

Where the understanding of an infinite universe begins to make sense as the place where we will fulfill the first job God gave us in the beginning. To steward and husband the Creation, as well as worship Him throughout eternity.

For those of you that read this and thought this was a bit too spaced out. I agree. I am just trying to be obedient and put this out there. In my own heart, the thought of The Holy Spirit attempting to describe something that exists in the heavenly dimension to me is similar to when The Lord told Moses, “I Am that I Am.” Or, “Tell them I AM sent you.” How do you describe the indescribable in human finite terms?

But, the fact that He tried is precious to me.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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