A Cosmos Without Boundaries

The new scientific research has now shown the very real possibility of Dark Matter as the “web” of the cosmos. Could it be that the wilderness where God existed before time and space were created, was a web of dark matter? Why not? Since time and space were not yet created this web could have been infinitely small or infinitely large. This web had no constraints of relativity as Einstein theorized. Perhaps, just perhaps, this web still exists but now that time and space are present the extents of this web are ever increasing and when one gets beyond the limits of light speed, the cosmos is moving faster, much mush faster than the speed of light as we know it. What little we humans know about the Kingdom of God either before He created space and time or of the here and now.
The Great Creator reviewed what had been created and the multitudes of tasks and events that had been accomplished thus far. This great experiment looked exciting and certainly worthy of the Creator’s work and effort. A vast wilderness of dark black empty space had been provided. This wilderness had no beginning and no end. There was no center and no boundaries. This wilderness was not gigantic or massive like what we humans call our universe. The wilderness may have been less than the size of a pin point. It is difficult to conceive of this wilderness because time and space had not yet occurred. There was only a fabric of small intertwined particles that helped to delineate the few differing areas of the wilderness. Each of these particles was held together to the next in line particle by an invisible force that seemed to keep them together as if they formed a net.
How many areas were there? Using the history written many thousands of years ago and maintained in the only book that has consistently and without failure told of our history we see that there were 24 thrones with 24 elders we call Angels or Cherubs, one for each area. The sole purpose of these Cherubs was to keep everything within its portion of the wilderness intact and growing in safety and logic according to the dictates of the Creator. Although these areas were differing in size and shape they also moved around their boundaries at will. One would push one way and the adjacent area would give way. It all seemed to work seamlessly with no one area or area Cherub ever challenging another.
Revelation 4:1-11 ESV / 14 helpful votes
After this I looked, and behold, a door standing open in heaven! And the first voice, which I had heard speaking to me like a trumpet, said, “Come up here, and I will show you what must take place after this.” At once I was in the Spirit, and behold, a throne stood in heaven, with one seated on the throne. And he who sat there had the appearance of jasper and carnelian, and around the throne was a rainbow that had the appearance of an emerald. Around the throne were twenty-four thrones, and seated on the thrones were twenty-four elders, clothed in white garments, with golden crowns on their heads. From the throne came flashes of lightning, and rumblings and peals of thunder, and before the throne were burning seven torches of fire, which are the seven spirits of God, …
After eons of growth, (a term gathered from what mankind thinks it knows about time before there was time), one of the Cherubs made a move that evoked sadness in the Creator. One of the Cherubs started to call on other Cherubs to question what the Creator wanted. What was this?
The Creator knew this would happen for He had provided each of his Cherubs with the designs of their realms and then gave them a free reign to make minor changes as needed if the overall design and intent was maintained. When humanity was finally started the Creator would expand this Grand Design with free will to them too.
In terms of our concept of time no one knows how long it took for there was no time or space dimensions as human kind knows of today. It may have been human years or perhaps a million or more years or eons. It does not matter for what had occurred was that one of the Cherubs had broken rank, had dared to show by example that the Creator could be challenged. The Creator would have to do something. But what was that to be?
As the Creator reviewed this vast wilderness of dark black space, now dotted occasionally by particles created and managed by the Special Entities, the thought came. What was the one thing the Creator had never used before and which no Cherub had been apprised of? Would that one thing bring the deviant Cherub in line? If the Creator used this last resort would it help or destroy the Great Experiment?
That one thing was light. Not just the light of a small flame but everlasting light that could provide little if any hiding place for this deviant Cherub to hide in. In consideration of providing this light to the vast wilderness, the Creator knew that with this new light would come new adventures, new particles, new things throughout the wilderness and finally that the wilderness would no longer be a wilderness.
The Great One chose a few small particles from each of the Cherubs. Those particles were pressed together and thus heated until the forces within took over and the light came forward. Many periods would go by before mankind would provide a name for this event: The Big Bang.
I find it amazing that the Bible provides a consistent claim for this Creator. More than that is the very basic facts that the scientists, who like to inflate their egos by telling others that no one could be more intelligent than themselves, constantly prove the Bible correct.
The Bible most assuredly tells us that we know not of what the wilderness was like before God created the universe as we now know it. It also lets us know that we will never know how the mind of God works, what the heavens are like then and now and in the next moment. We are important but in the overall massiveness of space and time that God created for us, we are the only ones in the vastness of it that God loves unconditionally.
What puzzles me is how we human beings still think of our God as in and of a human form. We call God a male perhaps because we think that man is stronger and more creative than the female gender. Or is it that God knew at the beginning of time and space that mankind would not be able to understand the concept of an entity that had no time and no space boundaries.
I pause here to explain that though the Bible tells us that God made Heaven and Earth in 6 days and rested on the 7th, time as we humans know it, was not yet present in the Cosmos. Even after the Big Bang it took millions if not billions of years for the Big Bang to expand into the first space. It took even longer for that space to start to put the right gasses and atoms together to make the first sun and then another and another.
After the first sun was created and its solar system and planets and moons and comets and black holes were created, it took more millennium for the planet Earth to become solid with an atmosphere and water to be able to support life and finally humanity. Is the Bible wrong? Absolutely not. It is our human mind that cannot, even today, understand the complexities of how this Cosmos was put together and the human time it took. Remember that God was present before anything and will be there after everything. God’s time is not the same as our time. In fact, before the Big Bang there was no time or space.
So, it looks as if God, after mankind was able to talk and write and reason properly, gave man an account of creation that man could understand in mankind terms. What man over 6000 years ago could have understood all that God had done across the entire Cosmos for a mankind period of billions of years? Is not God still doing this for mankind? Look at the last 100 years (in our terms). Has not God given us, through our scientists, mathematicians, and others an abundance of what we think of as new ideas? These however are not new ideas to God. I firmly believe that when mankind is ready, although perhaps not capable, of a new idea from God it will appear.
I will leave it to others to try and determine the mankind time frame of all the creation of God. I am certain God will let us know the facts as we become capable of understanding them. I am also certain that mankind will come up with other ideas that are not of God but of man. These will be destined to failure but that is what free will is all about.

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