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Glory / Glorious :: 1. deserving great praise, adoration, worship, and honor 2. entitled to great renown; delightful; wonderful; completely enjoyable.

The power of God’s glory is so great that when Moses asked, “God, show me your glory.” (Exodus 33), God had to put Moses in the cleft of a rock and cover him with His hand as He passed by… all so Moses wouldn’t die when He saw God’s glory. Pretty intense! This exposure to God’s glory leaves Moses glowing as he walks back to meet with the people of Israel. Moses’ short time with God left the impression of God’s glory upon him. The scriptures continue to talk about the glory of God and the renown of God. Over and over, when men encounter this glory, they are changed. Saul, lead persecutor of Christians, was changed by encountering God on the road to Damascus. He was blinded, healed, and forever changed. His life became an instrument to bring God glory. So, what does it mean to give glory to God? He is worthy of our highest praise and after an encounter with Him, our lives reflect this glory! Amazing encounters with God’s glory change us and keep us coming back to Him.

“God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in Him.” -John Piper

Lord God, your glory stretches farther than we could ever imagine. Have your glory today. Have your glory in this place, in our lives, in this moment. God, let us see your glory and once again be changed. Your glory has always been and will forever be!