Where Do We See the Glory of God?

by | Faith and Reason | 1 comment

You’ve probably heard someone say, “I will believe in Jesus if he appears right here, right now!”

Upon hearing that, you probably wished God would just show himself right then in all his glory, just to silence that person and cause them to finally believe!

And yet as the Bible teaches, though seeing we don’t always “see”. Visual data doesn’t necessarily translate into belief because we see through our eyes, but we see with our minds.

When he was on earth, Jesus prayed that we would see his glory. This was his last prayer for us.

So where can we see his glory? Can we see it now? Or is it only “in the sweet by and by”?

Listen to Scott as he unpacks the third installment in The Glory of God Series and explores the question, “Where can we see God’s glory?”

He covers

  • The difference between seeing with our eyes vs seeing with our mind.
  • What did Moses really see when God revealed His glory?
  • How Jesus and the gospel reveal the glory of God.

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1 Comment

  1. Achillo Briglio

    I would like to ask a question but it is not related to the glory of God exactly.
    When the 12 disciples started to follow Jesus, We’re all 11 saved then or did that happen as the continued their journey. We know Judas was not a Christian.

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