We are living during a time of exposure and this can make some people very nervous for they think if its happening to them it’s going to happen to me. Yes and no. Yes we are all going to be and actually always are exposed before God, but because most of us do not have national or international influence we are not going to be publicly exposed.
Exposure is necessary and has biblical precedence because exposure is salvation for future generations. When someone or someone’s are exposed for their national or international crimes against humanity this tells future generations what will happen if you ever try this again. When kings of Israel would bring the heads of their enemy into a public place it was a message to other potential enemies that this is your fate if you try this in this nation. This is why David took the head of Goliath.
Exposure always reveals what has been hidden and brings it into view. This goes for the enemies of a nation and this goes for people who have been prepared to step into leadership roles. Companies announce names of people they are promoting, this is exposure. Awards ceremonies expose who they say the public thinks is the best in the genre they are in. For example Eric Church won the CMA as artist of the year.
Like the wheat and the tares that Jesus said to let grow together until harvest time, which actually is exposure time, for at harvest time you see who is who and what is what. We have been told by many prophets it’s harvest time and we may have had one idea of what that looked like, but the Lord would say it’s harvest time right now and the exposure of many things and many people is evidence of that. Some are being exposed for their crimes against humanity and others are being exposed for their faithfulness to God. It’s harvest time friends can you see it?
Exposure of both wheat and tares is for the salvation of the nations.
John 4:35 “Do you not say, ‘There are yet four months, and then comes the harvest’? Behold, I say to you, lift up your eyes and look on the fields, that they are white for harvest.”