When the fullness of time had come…”   [Galatians 4:4]

The ‘fullness’ of time—what is it?  What does it mean?  What does it look like?  What does it feel like?

The moment of the miraculous—a virgin brought forth a child—the waters of the red sea rolled back—the walls of Jericho come down—the moment when Christ came into the manger of our hearts and grew to become the King and ruler of our lives.   A supernatural peace in the time of war as a holy hush fills the hearts of men that know their God.

The fullness of time is His Time—a power of irresistible force flowing into everything predestined and ordained and purposed by God.   “For whom He foreknew, He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son that He might be the firstborn among many brethren.” [Romans 8:29]  Things that are unyielding simply melt in the Presence of His Holiness.   It is a life that is yielded–life pours out while His fullness fills up every empty void.

In the fullness of time strength comes and power flows to the point of least resistance calling those things that aren’t into existence.  “He [Abraham] did not waver at the promise of God through unbelief, but was strengthened in faith giving glory to God” [Romans 4:20] The old shell is left behind and something emerges greater than the hearts of men can imagine.

Fullness happens when focus plus time equals perfection—Time revealing Triumph— Influencing—Man’s—Eternal Existence!