Getting you ready for the Glory of God 1 of 4

Getting you ready for the Glory of God 1 of 4

Getting you ready for the Glory 1 of 4: Revelation
Getting you ready for the Glory 2 of 4: Manifestation
Getting you ready for the Glory 3 of 4: Justification, Sanctification, Glorification
Getting you ready for the Glory 4 of 4

Starting in 2018 the father told me that his glory will be revealed, this was something he said to me for me. When he spoke to me I was in the shower and his glory was so strong that I gently fell down in the shower. I even sang a new song in the spirit. To be transparent I had no idea what that meant nor did I understand his glory, not enough to teach about it. Months later, a story that I read several times in the bible stook out to me, and it's the story of Lazarus, Martha and Mary in the book of John chapter 11. Jesus was on the way to perform a miracle he tells Martha [to take a step of faith by] unrolling the stone at Lazarus's tomb. Martha sees, speaks, and thus shows her unbelief by her actions. Jesus turns to Martha after she spoke the words that indicated that she had unbelief and Jesus says "Didn't I tell you that if you believe, that you will see the glory of God?"

According to Romans 2:5-8 the righteous should be seeking for glory, honor and immortality (eternal life) from God by doing good and not giving up.
The father also have been speaking to me the beginning of this year about miracles and healings, and again about his glory. Only now have I begun to fully understand and connect the pieces. After my last trial and tribulation, I finally have faith without doubt. Before the tribulation begun, the Holy Spirit told me that I had faith for healing but not for provision. I was in total shock and I meditated on that, and if it wasn't the Holy Spirit who told me that, I would have disagreed. During the trial, I had gotten to the point where I said "I am not going to let me current situation move me." As soon as I stood my ground on that, things start to change. Looking back, the Holy Spirit was 100% correct, I had unbelief for provision which is worse then doubt. Unbelief is when you know God's will and refuse to believe it. Doubt is when you don't know God's will in a matter. I had to repent and then believe. A born-again believer has "arrived" when they are spiritually mature [walking in love, their hope is in the Lord, and full of faith].






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