If it is true that, so far as we are concerned immediately and the Lord's people through us and our ministry, the Lord is seeking to bring them to His own end, that is, the fulness of Christ, that is only possible as the heart is wholly set upon the Lord. Is it optional whether the heart is wholly set upon the Lord? Shall we say that we are enjoying salvation and all this "extra" we are not particularly interested in? Surely such an attitude is not possible in the light of the Word of God.
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God's end is not just salvation - though one uses the word in that connection, one does not minimise salvation, for it has been purchased at unspeakable cost. Salvation is only the beginning of the way to God's end. Salvation is a growing, expanding thing, the end of which is the fulness of Christ. God's heart is set upon that. If we are going on unto that, our hearts must be wholly set upon that, upon the Lord Himself.