Daily Word - Feb. 8. 2019
"And the sight of the glory of the LORD was like a devouring fire on the top of the mount in the eyes of the children of Israel." Exo. 24:17
The Shekinah. That's the name the early Hebrew commentators called the "glory" of God. It's a term that's used in reference to the glory of God that appeared on the mountain of Sinai or
when the pillar of fire resisted on the tabernacle, or when God would meet with Moses in the Holiest of Holies. It is translated to mean the place of God's "dwelling". When used in referencing an action in scripture it's usually in reference to God's "luminescent
presence" or when God got visible. In latter times it was used in rabbinical commentary to reference lesser activity and in modern English context it is sometimes used frivolously.
It seems the less we become acquainted with Glory the more frivolous it's usage.
May God restore his glory to his house in this season that is coming. May we return to the holiness that accommodates his presence. May we become reacquainted with his glory and the power of his Holy Spirit. Amen.
- Bro. Rusty