By Will Myers
All Scripture is rewarding for those who seek the meaning from God, the Son, and God’s Holy Spirit through meditation and prayer. Of course, studying the Word of God helps also. Some scripture’s interpretation continues deeply into the intellect. At this time, the most in-depth scripture for me is Ecclesiastes 3:15; “That which hath been is now; and that which is to be hath already been; and God requireth that which is past.” I wrote an article about this scripture last year and, boy, did I miss the meaning. But, getting back on track, it’s my belief that each and all scripture weights on any subject to their own proportion. If one is cold, then they turn on the furnace. If a match is held near the furnace while giving out its heat, then one can’t really feel the heat from the match because the furnace is proportionally larger, but the match is still giving out its warmth. So it is with each subject; the furnace can be far removed and the match very close while intensifying than one can feel the warmth from the match more. All scripture weights upon any and all subjects and treatments.
Singling out Ecclesiastes 3:15 from above, we must have the knowledge that God’s Holy Spirit has always existed and manifested in His Son as He came into time. The universe was designed to bring man unto God’s Holy Spirit; the goal is that all possess God’s Holy Spirit. The universe was created thru God’s Son to reveal God’s Glory. “That which hath been is now…” is God’s Holy Spirit, and “…that which is to be hath already been…”; once again, its God’s Holy Spirit Who is in His Son. “…God requireth that which is past…” is again God’s Holy Spirit; during the meantime, the universe of man is imposed upon by God’s creation which is perfect as is His Son.
A more basic meaning of the scripture is that whatever man investigates in the universe they shall encounter God’s form or His metaphysical equation UspaceVspace=Q in His creation. The Uspace is defined as “All that God does or creates is perfect righteousness.” The Vspace is simply the nexuses of all thing” because everything inexistent is changing. The Q is a thing that IS and it is unique even as it comes into fruition and goes out of being. This is likened unto the absolute meaning of Ecclesiastes 3:15, and this latter example is nearer to the soul (As God makes a material statement) and, of course, our spirit is interacting with the Spirit of God in the formal example.
The universe displays the absoluteness of God. Its physical laws have been created by God thru and for His Son and were discovered by scientists who believe them to be perfect. What God does is forever. Through God’s Son, we can become nearer to God, our Heavenly Father.
ISAIAH 40:10 (KJV) (God’s righteousness is perfect)
Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy God: I will strengthen thee; yea, I will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness.