Give someone half baked cake and you’ll hear something like, “Hmm…it tastes like cake. Is this cake?”
No. It’s just a mixture.
And that mixture is not ready to go to market. It’s not ready to be bought. It’s not ready to be desired and coveted.
The mixture shouldn’t even be packaged. Regardless of the kind of perception the baker may want to create by smartly packaging half baked cakes, it’ll backfire.
God doesn’t want anything to backfire. So let Him bake you completely so people can smell you and see what you have to offer from afar off (Ecclesiastes 3:11a).
Then they’ll be like, “Yummy, tastes nice. Can I have some more?”
Your likely response: Well that’ll cost just $10,000.