Ecclesiastes 3:11

He hath made every thing beautiful in his time: also he hath set the world in their heart, so that no man can find out the work that God maketh from the beginning to the end.


Hyperion is known as the tallest Sequoia Sempervirens in the world. Also known as the biggest Giant Sequoia in the Redwood National Forest in California, its age is estimated to be between 600 to 800 years old and it is a record breaking 379 feet high. This tree was a tiny shrub when Leonardo Da Vinci put the first strokes on the Mona Lisa. It was a strong young tree when George Washington rowed across the Delaware. Now it stands as an iconic example of what time can do.


Charles R. Swindoll said one time, “Conversion can be a brief trip to the altar, but maturity must be married to time.” The Lord makes things beautiful and matures things in His time. The key word is “His” time, not yours. God has preplanned things to work according to His perfect will so that nothing short of His perfect plan can happen. Maturity is one of those things, and maturity takes time.


You will mature over time as a Christian as life happens. God uses time to craft and mold things, that is why the Scripture says to wait upon the Lord. You don’t have to wait on Him to ask for forgiveness, that is a commandment, to forgive, but you do need to wait on the Lord when it comes to the vast majority of your life. This is because God uses time to change hearts, mend wounds, and to develop and mature us.


A giant Sequoia tree takes hundreds of years to develop. God makes all things beautiful in His time. So ask yourself the question, are you willing to wait for God’s best? God is maturing His church and now the church age is in the maturing time, where the seed is in seed form again. Are you maturing in your life according to the Word? Your situations will be made clear, your trials will build character, and your struggles will be overcome with God’s timing.


In His time, He makes all things beautiful.


60-1204M - “The Revelation Of Jesus Christ”

Therefore, God spoke it, and it wasn't revealed to them. It wasn't revealed to Martin Luther, the things that John Wesley knew about the Scripture. It isn't revealed to the Baptists, what the Pentecostals knows about Scripture, because it's in a different age. It's a different time. And God reveals His things just in the season. Oh! You can't plant corn in the springtime and reap at the same time. You plant a seed and it grows to maturity. God plants His Word and then It grows right out. And then we look back and say, "There It was." Why, sure, we see It after It's been revealed.


Read the Bible in 1 year:

Jeremiah 14-17