When the Son of Man comes in His glory, and all the holy angels with Him, then He will sit on the throne of His glory. All the nations will be gathered before Him, and He will separate them one from another, as a shepherd divides his sheep from the goats.
-The heavens and the earth will proclaim in one voice that glory, salvation, honor and power belongs to the Lord our God. And His glory, adoration and wisdom endures to all generations. At the end of time we shall see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of Man (Jn 1:51) and He will judge nations. He will separate the sheep from the goats. Through faith we are reminded to be generous and help those in need for He will judge the nations. And His sheep who hear His voice will meet Him in glory and dwell with Him forever. For the Lord Himself will descend from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trumpet of God. The dead in Christ will rise first and then we who are alive and remain shall experience His glory and will be caught up together with them in the clouds to meet Him in the air, and we shall dwell with Him forever (1 Thes 4:16-18).
-Glory represents the nature of God, His presence and His influence in us and through us. King Solomon experienced the glory of the Lord when he dedicated the temple during the feast of Tabernacles. Initially he had sacrificed a thousand burnt offerings on the altar at Gibeon, the Lord appeared to him and fulfilled his request (1 kin 3:3-15). Apostle Paul also prayed for the Philippians who gave generously to his mission; that the Lord may supply for all their needs according to the riches of His glory. It is also through our tithes, offerings and work of generosity that we experience the glory of the Lord in diverse ways. When Moses went to collect the ten commandants, the glory of God was upon him and His countenance shone with brightness. In the same manner during the transfiguration; he appeared with Elijah as Jesus was praying. The face of Jesus was altered and His robe became white and was glistening and God openly confirmed His superiority above all others when He said, “this is My beloved Son; listen to Him”. At that time Moses and Elijah disappeared; for Jesus is the fulfillment of the law and prophets, and calls us to love Him and one another as ourselves. When the disciples awoke from their sleep in prayer, they experienced the glory of the Lord. We are also told that God does not share His glory with any man nor idol for salvation, glory, honor and power belong Him alone (Rev 19:1), and calls us to hold fast our faith only in Him. To humble ourselves before Him and He will exult us according to His will, for our sufficiency is from Him. Jesus encourages us to walk according to His will through His word and convicts our hearts through transformation from grace to grace by the indwelling of the Holy Spirit. Through His death and resurrection; we have hope of experiencing the glory of Christ our Salvation through faith; as await for His second coming, when we shall meet Him in eternal glory.
Great are Your tender mercies, O Lord; revive us according to Your righteous judgments. Your glory is everlasting and Your praise forever on our lips. We will always give You thanks and praise for Your throne is everlasting. Your grace is forever and Your salvation to all generations; we will forever glorify You Lord. Have mercy on us Your sheep and refresh us from glory to glory. Our hearts yearn for You everyday Lord fill us with Your grace. Be with all those who are sick, unemployed, divorced, unmarried, widows, orphans, homeless, imprisoned, facing drought in business and other areas. Those who seek Your direction and purpose in life, leadership, projects and spiritual growth, that You may shepherd us according to Your merciful love. Hear our prayers Oh Lord and answer us according to Your will. We hope to meet with You in glory at the end of time Jesus, thank You for the gift of salvation. Increase our faith in You Jesus and bestow upon the whole world the gift of salvation. All glory, honor, salvation and power belong to the Lord our Saviour, now and forever. Amen
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