The wisdom of God is shown in that He left the world unfinished so that we might have the interest and delight in taking the “raw material” and putting the world together.
He left the oil in the trap rock, the aluminium in the clay, the paper in the pulp, the electricity in the clouds. He left the forest un-felled, the mountains unsurveyed, the canals un-dug, the tunnels un-bored.
He left the fields un-plowed and un-planted. He left the music unwritten, the poetry undreamed and the dramas unplayed. He left inventions un-applied and cities unbuilt.
He left mind and character un-perfected, that we might really be the children of God – created in His own image – with latent powers to take the “raw materials” and put the world together.