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A Life Of Glory
And the glory which thou gavest me I have given them;
that they may be one, even as we are one (John 17:22).
The Lord Jesus in our theme verse prays for the
Church and says, “…the glory which thou gavest me
I have given them….” He’s talking about us, the new creation;
He has given to us the glory the Father gave to Him.
Remarkably, He didn’t say, “I shall give them,” but “I have
given them.” This is not a promise, but a present hour reality.
What kind of a life should you be living then?
Peter the apostle tells us about the “…sufferings of
Christ, and the glory that should follow” (1 Peter 1:11). Being
born again, you’ve been born into a life of glory. Jesus has
given you His glory; your life therefore, is a life of glory.
What this means is that you’re blessed beyond measure; your
progress in life is limitless. No nation or government can put
a limit on you. So, you can lift your vision; look beyond
the horizon and say, “Praise God! My life is a life of glory.
Hallelujah! I’m making progress; I’m moving forward. I’ll never
Addressing His disciples in John 14:23, Jesus said, ”…If
a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will
love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode
with him.” This is what you got when you received the Holy
Spirit. The Holy Spirit brings you the presence of the Father
and the presence of Jesus. He’s the glory of God and has
brought that glory into your life.
The Bible says “…Christ in you, the hope of glory”
(Colossians 1:27). Because He lives in you, no sickness,
disease and infirmity can thrive in your body. His presence in
your life is the sure guarantee of a victorious and glorious life.
Learn to trust in Him, and follow His Word. Then you can rest
in Him and watch your life gravitate from glory to glory.
Thank you blessed Father, for
making my life beautiful and
glorious by the Holy Ghost who
lives in me! I rejoice because your
Spirit brings me your manifested
presence always. And I know I’ll
live and walk in glory, victory and
prosperity every day, in Jesus’
1 Peter 1:11
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