Here's a Scripture I might want to begin this article with: 

"Yet, we as a whole, with open face viewing as in a glass the magnificence of the Lord, are changed into a similar picture from greatness to wonder, even as by the Spirit of the Lord" 

2 Corinthians 3:18 

As we are seeing the Lord's Glory, we are being changed into a similar picture and that is a work of the Holy Spirit. Our part is to persistently view and be eager to change as indicated by the thing we are seeing. Being prepared to change! Addressing the cost! Lifting up the Cross! David said: 

"One thing have I wanted of the Lord, that will I pursue; that I may abide in the place of the Lord all the times of my life, to observe the magnificence of the Lord, and to enquire in his sanctuary" 

Song 27:4 

What is the Glory? Numerous Christians associate God's Glory with some otherworldly or actual experience, some shivering, some feeling of feeling great in His Presence, and so on 

All things considered, sure all that is a piece of it, yet let me disclose to you something different too, which will give us a more extensive picture. The Glory of the Lord and the Lord Himself are indivisible. The Glory is simply the Lord. Romans 6:4 says Jesus was raised by the Glory of the Father. However, we as a whole know quite well, that the Father Himself raised Jesus from the dead, through the Holy Spirit. The Glory is His Person. The Glory is the Person of God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit. The Glory is Himself. The Glory is His character. At the point when Moses said to the Lord, Please, show me Your Glory (Exodus 33:18), the Lord did, by going before him Himself and announcing, "The Lord, The Lord God, forgiving and thoughtful, patient, and bountiful in goodness and truth … " (Exodus 34:6). 

That is the Glory Moses should see – the Lord Himself and His ascribes – His character, His integrity, leniency, love, and so forth – the product of the Holy Spirit (Galatians 5:22, 23). 

The Glory additionally envelops God's Power (Habakkuk 3:3, 4). The Glory is God's Purpose, His heart, His enthusiasm and His vision. The Glory is everything! At the point when the Lord comes, He accompanies all His Glory. All Heaven discusses His Glory continually (Psalm 29:9). 

Obviously, the Glory of God is a particularly huge subject of its own, so I will focus just on that piece of the Glory that transforms us into God's picture. 

At the point when the Lord accompanies His Glory, we can in reality have an otherworldly and even actual encounters and appearances, all things considered. At different occasions, His Glory comes when we hear God's voice or see His character and acts through His kin. That may incorporate seeing the sign of His Glory through tuning in to sound lecturing and educating; through perusing a book, watching a blessed TV program; through the savvy words and advices of our folks, chiefs or companions. In all cases, the main thing is: would we say we are permitting the Lord to transform us, change us, and spot His picture in us in these encounters? Since His Glory conveys His picture. 

Since the Lord comes to transform us. Also, that happens when He shows us a picture of His Glory – a picture of Himself, His motivations, His character, His endowments, His natural product. At that point, when we see that Glory (that picture), we should permit Him to transform us from one degree of Glory to a more significant level of Glory. 

As such, to the extent we have known the Lord and permitted Him to work in us, we have gotten a specific picture – a specific level of His Glory in us. The Bible says in Colossians 1:27, that Christ in us is the expectation of Glory. In reality, Christ is the picture of God's Glory: 

"However, in the event that our gospel be stowed away, it is covered up to them that are lost: In whom the lord of this world hath blinded the personalities of them which accept not, in case the light of the heavenly good news of Christ, who is the picture of God, should sparkle unto them. For we lecture not ourselves, but rather Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your workers for the wellbeing of Jesus. For God, who directed the light to sparkle out of murkiness, hath sparkled in our souls, to give the light of the information on the magnificence of God even with Jesus Christ." 

2 Corinthians 4:3-6 

"Offering gratitude unto the Father, which hath made us meet to be partakers of the legacy of the holy people in light: Who hath conveyed us from the force of dimness, and hath made an interpretation of us into the realm of his dear Son: In whom we have recovery through his blood, even the absolution of sins: Who is the picture of the undetectable God, the firstborn of each animal: For by him were everything made, that are in paradise, and that are in earth, obvious and imperceptible, regardless of whether they be seats, or territories, or realms, or forces: all things were made by him, and for him: And he is before all things, and by him everything comprise. Also, he is the top of the body, the congregation: who is the start, the firstborn from the dead; that in everything he may have the transcendence. For it satisfied the Father that in him should all fulness abide" 

Colossians 1:12-19 

To the expand that we have permitted Christ to stay and manage in us, to that broaden we have permitted God's Glory to transform us. Also, really, Psalm 85:9 says that the explanation the Lord has saved us and is working in us on this side of Heaven is that His Glory may stay in our territory: 

"Doubtlessly his salvation is near them that dread him; that brilliance may stay in our territory" 

We should be the transporters of His Glory to unimaginable lengths, however before we can do that, we should ourselves experience it to an ever increasing extent and permit God to transform us into each new and higher picture of that Glory. 

Presently, there's an encounter here – will we simply appreciate the new picture of the Glory, getting a charge out of likewise the experience of seeing it, saying later, "Golly, what a decent time it was the point at which the Lord visited me", "Golly, what a Conference it was", "Golly, what a discussion I had with this man or godly woman", and so on or will we change as indicated by that equivalent picture and begin strolling in the new degree of Glory? 

We can have all the encounters and never change an inch. In the event that you don't trust me, simply take a gander at the Israelites and their excursion in the wild. They had all the encounters with God we can just dream about – a mainstay of fire around evening time, a mainstay of smoke by day, otherworldly liberation from Egypt, even to the point of God partitioning an entire ocean, so they could stroll through it on dry land, a great many marvels, heavenly arrangement of sustenance, meat, water, powerful insurance and triumph over their adversaries, numerous events when the Lord scholarly was descending on the mountain, so they could see, hear and experience Him, Moses' face sparkling so splendidly with the Glory just before their eyes, thus considerably more. 

Did they change? By no means! Not so much as a piece! Why? Someone will say, "Yet they were in the Old Testament, they were not brought back to life, and that is the reason they couldn't change, and so forth" No, that is not the explanation. Since some of them (like Joshua and Caleb) permitted the Lord to transform them and shape them, structure them into the extraordinary men He made out of them in the long run. At that point, when the new age came, they all concluded they will comply with the Lord by submitting to Joshua, and they had a great many triumphs until they acquired all the land vowed to them in one age. 

In this way, it involved choice. Kindly recall that word – choice. Since strolling in the Glory and strolling in continuously better expectations and picture requires choice and penance. It requires addressing the cost. That value is to relinquish the past on one hand, yet in addition to relinquish all our egotism, our self aspirations and plans, our mental self views that we do like once in a while. 

The Lord is a desirous God. He needs His picture to be in and on us, not our own. Our own plans, dreams, plans and purposes should offer route to His ones. 

In any case, that ought to not the slightest bit turn us down. Hello, that is what we need in any case, correct? We need to serve the Lord with all that we are and have. We love Him to such an extent. He adored us first and demonstrated His adoration in the most conciliatory manner. 

All things considered, is our adoration sufficiently genuine, so we can likewise forfeit for Him? He is our Beloved, our Prince of Peace, our Comforter, our Love and Affection, our Desire, Dream and Passion. 

Along these lines, we should be more than prepared to lay everything at His feet and say to Him, Lord, kindly give us the effortlessness and assist us with giving ourselves absolutely to You, so You can put Your picture within us. 

The Bible says that, "… it is God which worketh in you both to will and to do of his great delight" (Philippians 2:13). 

There's no preferable will for us over His will. His will is Perfect. You can not improve the Perfect thing – it's ideal!
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