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What is the meaning of Glory?

Glory-crop-with-titleIt is the manifestation of the word of God. It is also the manifestation of the presence of God. Man is the glory of God because God spoke and man became a living soul. You were born in the Glory of God!

The objective of Satan is for you to receive his own word (condemnation, you’ll die, you cannot achieve); this things affect your thoughts and dislocate you from the will of God for your life. The word of God says You have all you need; on the other hand devil says you don’t have anything!

#Scripture Isaiah 40:5
And the glory of the LORD shall be revealed, and all flesh shall see [it] together: for the mouth of the LORD hath spoken [it].


The glory of God comes when he speaks, so to see his glory you speak his word and his Glory is made manifested.
The word was first spoken then written; so we now speak the written word and see the Glory!


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Personal Intimacy with God

Ishola Alalade 1The scriptures reveal that Abraham believed God that is able to perform what He had promised. The basis of Abraham’s faith was not that God would do anything at any time. Rather, Abraham believed that God is able and was willing to perform the specific commitment that He (God) has made to him (Abraham). This indicates that a word had been spoken to Abraham prior to faith entering into his heart. He had the Rhelma of God.

By contrast, the Israelites (who are rather stubborn) did not interact directly with God, instead of cultivating deep, intimate and personal relationships with God, they chose to hide behind Moses for relayed directives (Exodus 24). They failed to hear God for themselves. The presence of intermediaries in heaven’s information pathway particularly concerning intimate details of a man’s life greatly inhibits the growth of faith in his heart.

The latter will always live in the uncertainty of God’s will for his love. He will constantly look for the confirmation of his election by other men neglecting the command in 2 Pet. 1:10,

“Wherefore the rather, brethren, give diligence to make your calling and election sure: for if ye do these things, ye shall never fall”

This certainty of vision can only be obtained when direct lines of communication with God are opened. The failure to directly and personally communicate with God is a major obstacle to developing the faith of God in an individual. The possession of vast knowledge from books and other sources can never be used as a substitute for revelation knowledge that has been inspired by the Holy Spirit. These external sources of knowledge could potentially enhance the frequency at which revelation knowledge is received by a Christian. However, they lack the innate ability to produce living and genuine faith.
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