The glory of the Lord.

   The glory of the Lord as represented in Ezekial 10, must have been something to behold for Ezekiel that day.  In the book of Revelation, the apostle John saw the glory of Jesus Christ.  The scene was so overwhelming that the Bible says that John fell over like a dead man.  What a day that is going to be when we shall see Jesus in all His glory.  In 1 Thess 4, the scene is described.  The dead in Christ will rise first and then the people who are alive will be caught up to meet Him in the air.  I have never seen the Lord but many others have.  I have felt His presence many times and even now as I am writing this I feel His presence.  I shall one day see Him as He is in all His glory.  What a sight and experience that will be.  Not long ago I had the privilege of listening to Charles Price and He said, that the glory of God is also the character and essence of God.  To fully experience this we must keep our lives pure and be very determined to live for Him.  Your promises today are:  Psalm 30:2, 34:19, 103:3, Isaiah 53:5, John 8:36, Rom 8:2, 8:32, 1 John 3:8 & 3 John 2.  Your insightful sayings are:  Forbidden fruits create many jams.  The secret of communication is learning when to hear and when to speak.