In Peter we read that one day with the Lord is as a thousand years and a thousand years as one day (II Pet. 3:8). In the Psalms we read that a thousand years in God’s sight are as yesterday when it is passed, and as a watch in the night (Psalm 90:4). As you know, God is infinite. Anything divided by infinity is zero. Any amount of time is finite. So, For God all time is zero. A nano second is then the same as fifteen billion years for God. When He created the stars the light of them stretched from one end of the universe to the other in an instant.
Consider the miracles of the Holy Bible and the time involved.
In the Marriage Feast of Cana (John 2:1-11) water is drawn out of a pot filled with water and taken to the head master. The head master drinks it and says it’s the best wine offered at the feast. From the time that the water is drawn until the head master drinks it the water has turned into wine.
Consider how much time is compressed into these moments. The plants have to grow, they have to be pruned, the fruit has to grow, ripen, be harvested, pressed, allowed to ferment and aged. This is a process that would take several years depending how much you want it aged. Considering that God made the wine it probably has an eternal age to it. All of the time for this process to occur naturally was accomplished in a moment by God. We see from this that God isn’t limited to the time constraints of the natural process.
When Jesus was walking on the water and the disciples saw Him the disciples had rowed half across the lake. Peter got out of the boat to walk to Jesus and then got back in the boat with Jesus. And then immediately they were at their destination. Imagine the time it would take to get from the middle of the lake to shore. And God did it in an instant. He is not limited by the natural constraints. Therefore, why should we believe He is limited by natural constraints in creation?
Jesus said they have Moses and the prophets. If they don’t believe Moses and the prophets they won’t believe even though ones rises from the dead and goes to them. So if you don’t believe what Moses has written on creation, how will you believe?