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Topic: Ohhh…. (02/04/10)
By Edmond Ng
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For now we see in a mirror dimly, but then face to face; now I know in part, but then I will know fully just as I also have been fully known. (1 Corinthians 13:12 NAS)Many of us working in large corporations or production houses do not get to see the full process of what’s being done before a product or solution is delivered to the market. Although we know from the organization's mission statement the corporate vision and direction, we seldom understand the whole picture in full. Frequently, it is only when the final produce comes into fruition and is revealed to the world that it dawn on us the ingenuity of the plan in its entirety, where within the revelation is our humbled acknowledgement, "Ohhh ... now I see it!"
As believers in the Lord, we are in a sense like staff working in an organization tasked to do an area of job without knowing the full process. We have been entrusted by God to do our part in bringing the unsaved to Christ, but not all of us will get to see the ones we witnessed to receive Him (1 Corinthians 3:6-7).
Like the mission statement of an organization, we know from the Word of God our mission on earth is to bring the lost to the Lord. We seldom, however, get to see or comprehend God's plan in full. A day will come when we shall know the ingenuity and wisdom of God's plan in its totality. In that day, we will no longer see things dimly as if in a mirror, but we shall see God face to face. What we know in part, we will know fully, just as we have been fully known by God (1 Corinthians 13:12). We will then, in the light of the revelation, come before God in humility and awe to worship and acknowledge Him as Lord of lords and King of kings.
Thank You dear Lord for taking care of us and for looking after us in whatever we do. Help us Lord not to question Your wisdom in the things that happen in our lives, but in humility obey and go through them in Your strength. Remind us Lord that though we may dimly see as in a mirror for now, we will receive full knowledge when we see You face to face. We praise and worship You Lord, because You are the King of kings and the Lord of lords.
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