God’s unfinished story…Soli Deo Gloria

“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand,that we should walk in them.” – Ephesians 2:10

It’s the month of November!

I was having a conversation with the Music teacher at County Christian School regarding the unfinished nature of “the 7th note” – “even if Beethoven was napping, he would take the trouble to wake from his bed in order to resolve the leading note to the tonic!” *

The Master knows his work. Even an unfinished art piece could yield great messages when it’s in the hand of the Master.

So, it would be okay to come as we are before our Maker and Master. We’re but His unfinished story. And in due time, we’ll see how beautiful it is to have Him writing and unfolding His story in us and through us.

It’s a privilege to be His workmanship. Praise and glory be to Him! Soli Deo gloria.

* Note: The leading tone is the 7th scale degree of the diatonic scale, with a strong affinity for and leading melodically to the tonic.


About Florence Kuek

Was lecturer and researcher at a state university. Currently serving as Head of Student Services at a college. Has a pastoral heart for people. PhD candidate, Chinese Studies at University of Malaya.
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2 Responses to God’s unfinished story…Soli Deo Gloria

  1. Jim Hardee (Carol Hardee's husband) says:

    May God continue to bless you Florence. I know that Carol thought very highly of you and hope you continue well in your work for the Lord.

  2. Jim, thank you. I miss Carol very much.
    In fact I’m still playing some music pieces that she gave me. I’m still keeping a copy of her improvised hymns, a photo of both of you at Binkley Chapel (taken after a music concert), and a few pictures of Carol that I took during our musical mission trip to Chiang Mai 2008.
    Carol has touched my life in a special way.
    May you be blessed this Christmas.

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