Before God there is no reckoning of time; a thousand years must be, as it were, a day in His eyes. That is why the first human being, Adam, is just as near to Him as he who will be born last, before the Last Day.
God grasps everything in a moment, the beginning, the middle, and the end of the entire human race and of all time....And what we consider and measure according to the sequence of time as a very long extended tapeline, He sees in its entirety, as though wound together in a ball. And so both the life and the death of the last and the first human being are no farther apart for Him than a single moment.
(What Luther Says - para 1642, 1643)