If you believe time didn't always exist that would be a nature we have no familiarity with. What's interesting to note is you attempt to get around the inherent weakness of naturalistic forces by imbuing them with supernatural attributes such as always having existed. That is a divine attribute isn't it?
I would disagree. Why is it a divine attribute?
To argue that time, infinity, or beginning is a divine attribute is convenient if one feels compelled to explain time or the absence of time, but explaining that which we don't understand is intellectually futile and intellectually dishonest.
Naturalistic forces may or may not have a weakness. A weakness as you describe it is little more that not being able to understand something, and it is not an inherent property of the force itself. This is due to our ignorance. There is no reason to believe that what we don't understand must be a divine attribute. All that we can say is that we don't understand. Any assumptions we can make are speculative, including speculations about divine attributes.