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Turn Into His Glory

I’ve documented many times (here, here, here oh and here) that my most favorite verse in the Bible is Matthew 27:51

At that moment the curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom. The earth shook, the rocks split

or maybe Mark 15:38

The curtain of the temple was torn in two from top to bottom.

I’ll take either. It’s the event that I love.  The moment that the new covenant was established.

I think that’s why I was so interested when I was re-introduced to 2 Corinthians 3.  I have read these words so many times about Moses’ veil and how the new covenant has so much more glory. But the part that stood out to me the weekend was verse 16

But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away.

When we turn to the Lord, He is there. There’s no veil hiding a fading glory, but the glory of the Creator, which makes us righteous through a process where we are ‘transformed into the same image’, full of glory.

For if there was glory in the ministry of condemnation, the ministry of righteousness must far exceed it in glory

I am so thankful for the ministry of righteousness and the life that the Holy Spirit provides.


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When I stop and think about how much love the creator of the world has for us, I am absolutely amazed.

I’m pretty certain it because I know what I have done in my life, the amount of bad and the tiny amount of good, and how fortunate I am that my performance doesn’t dictate the amount of love I receive from the Father.

Wow.  Why?  How?

Why and how does the Father do it?

It’s amazing.

His love doesn’t leave you alone.  It isn’t based on what you do or do not do.  He just loves you. It’s so freeing and it’s so joyful. It’s liberating!  It let you run free and light and climb as high of a mountain that may sit in front of you.

And above all of that, it’s free.  Wow!

It just doesn’t make sense.

And today I am glad I to start today knowing that I have the love of the Father.

Then I compare it to the way I treat others and how I base the amount of love I give out on performance. Sigh. Today, I will try to attempt to reflect that love to those I interact with.  Why would I not?