AS WE TURN IN OUR THINKING TO THIS SUBJECT WE TURN TO THE BOOK OF CORINTHIANS, CHAPTER 3 AND VERSE 13.
‘Every man’s work shall be made manifest for that day shall declare it, because it shall be revealed by fire, and fire shall try every man’s work of what sort it is.’
This is only a small portion of this passage but we will contemplate the rest of it. But it is most significant for us to realize that there is a period of history, a period of time when ‘All things’ not just some, but all things shall be made manifest. And that the manifestation of such things, and the concepts and thoughts which men may have thought they had concealed unto themselves shall be open to the public gaze, of course there are certain thing which we must understand about the revelation of every secret thought, for we know that as far as thought, knowledge, and wisdom are concerned that you who constitute the Household of God came out of the Heavens unto earth. You were with the Father before the world was framed, and He taught you all things.