"For he seems to do nothing of himself which he can possibly delegate to his creatures. He commands us to do slowly and blunderingly what he could do perfectly and in the twinkling of an eye. He allows us to neglect what he would have us do, or to fail. Perhaps we do not fully realize the problem, so to call it, of enabling finite free will to coexist with Omnipotence. It seems to involve at every moment almost a sort of divine abdication. We are not mere recipients or spectators. We are either privileged to share in the game or compelled to collaborate in the work, … Is this amazing process simply Creation going on before our eyes? This is how (no light matter) God makes something – indeed, makes gods – out of nothing."
– C. S. Lewis, The Efficacy of Prayer.
This paragraph from one of C.S. Lewis’ lesser known works gives us a glimpse into the great apologist’s thoughts on how God truly is desirous to share all that he is and has – including the responsibilities which he grants to us. Truly something to ponder.