Prior to where I am standing this day 17 years ago had a taste of that to come, in fact, I was so excited that I locked myself in my bedroom for 120 days, praying and fasting. I saw, but yet to see.
Our Lord made reference when confronting the Pharisees and Sadducees and used these very profound words: “Abraham saw my day, and was glad”. In essence bringing into time a reality at a set season that One would be born, cut covenant with himself and produce children of promise, even of God. Therefore we are glad and rejoice greatly having this proof in hand, on our lips of praise, because God inhabits the praises of His people.
To us was delivered a summary of truce, one of power and that of might. Of that which you saw, will ultimately take you through a journey of a very as per case basis to see. So we saw but yet to see. The saddest would be a man or woman, that saw, but just will never see.