His Glory (Part 1)
His Glory (part 1)
This past weekend, I had the humbling privilege of sharing at a funeral. I was greatly encouraged by the invitee to simply share Jesus. That's easy. The difficult part is sharing the "what" or "who" about Jesus in a nice fifteen-minute package. As I prepared for the message, I listened to two of the songs that were selected for the service: Amazing Grace and The Old Rugged Cross. It was this moment that helped steer me into what to say.
To the old rugged Cross, I will ever be true
Its shame and reproach gladly bear
Then He'll call me some day to my home far away
Where his glory forever I'll share
If you know me, you will know one of my favorite topics, especially at this time of the year: His glory. I love those last two sentences of this particular stanza but I must confess that after focusing on what the Bible reveals about His glory, I realized that the hymn writer left the message incomplete. Because you do not have to wait until "He'll call me some day to my home far away" to share in His glory. A careful examination of the Scripture shows that you can share in His glory today. Over the course of the next few days, I want to invite you on a journey as we discover the glory of God. To do that, we will go back to the book of Exodus where Moses's question becomes ours:
Show me your glory.
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