The ‘fullness of time’, is that eventuality where all becomes well.
Even when current events indicate the opposite; feeling doomed, ailing, or feeling tied up in a bad relationship which one cannot leave. In the fullness of time, all becomes well.
Even when present happenings lead to self-loathing, self-hatred, self-blame, depression, work failure, sleep deprivation, and lack of motivation and desire to live. Ultimately, all becomes well.
Even when ongoing experiences make one feel alienated, forsaken, totally abandoned, lonely, uninspired, worthless, powerless, oppressed, deficient, and handicapped. In the end, all becomes well.
Even when hopelessness abides because of present-day phenomena such as natural or man-made calamities like floods, landslides, bad politics, violent conflicts, unemployment, loss of a job, inadequate finances, or loss of a loved one through death, divorce or separation. Finally, all becomes well.
In the fullness of time, God’s purpose is revealed. But this fullness of time happens only to those who will guide themselves to be kind, compassionate, and believe in the possibility that the opportunity that will allow them to pass through the veil to the other side will present itself; and pursue the path to that possibility with commitment, passion and intention to have it become a reality. “When the time is right, I, the Lord, will make it happen” – Isaiah 60:22
This fullness of time only happens to those who are patient. Just like Abraham did in Genesis 21; he waited for God promise to be the father of many nations. But it was not until in old age that he and Sarah were blessed with a child.
This fullness of time will happen to only those who are “bold, brave and courageous” – Joshua 1:9. It will happen only to those who develop character, patience and endurance, to get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along with every form of malice.
It will happen only to those who overcome the feeling of powerlessness, oppression and limitedness by appreciating and using their talents, and gifts. And when God’s time becomes ripe, that hustle shall get good results; the truth will fly out into the open and exonerate; and, unfairness will be revealed. It’s okay not to be okay, for now; even to fall now and then, but in due course, one shall rise again.
Mountains will always be there; but in the fullness of time, one will be able to climb the mountains; and to stay on the right path knowing that it will always be uphill. But, some day, one will get to their desired destination. In the fullness of time.
So keep walking, searching, longing, and loving. Strive to stay afloat long enough to find a log to grab onto until the life-saver shows up to sweep you like a tidal wave; and take you to a better, safe place where all will finally be well regardless of the process; regardless of the path; and, regardless of the time taken. And all is well that ends well, they say.