When I reread this I again see a reference to Jesus as creator and maintainer. I like that picture but a word of caution is in order about how we interpret verses like this. In looking for verification of my opinion I read what Adam Clarke had to say over two hundred years ago.
“Many are of opinion that Agur refers here to the first and second persons of the everblessed Trinity. It may be so; but who would venture to rest the proof of that most glorious doctrine upon such a text, to say nothing of the obscure author?”His advice is to be careful to make too much of a case that is weak but interesting. That is good advice.
We should be reading and meditating. If we find something that is encouraging for the day or gives us insight into an issue we face, well and good. The Holy Spirit can lead and encourage. While that is acceptable, be careful about making sweeping doctrinal statements based on what you want to see. It is sometimes a subtle path to walk but it can be done.
So? Treat the Bible like a living book that is based on unchangeable truth not a contemporary text that has situational truths. Let it speak to you but understand what its foundations are.