KLN Bible Study: Understanding the 9 Attributes of Salvation: Glorification

Understanding the 9 Attributes of Salvation

Bible Study Course

Glorification

 






 

Let Your Light So Shine

As we allow God's divine nature within us to have dominion over our flesh, the holiness of His presence begins to manifest externally through a Godly radiance that is perceived rather than seen.

 

Our recreated spirit begins to glow with the glory of God and this spiritual light attracts others and exposes them to the character of Christ! 

 

The Bible says, “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven,” (Matt 5:16)

 

Here, the process of glorification begins!

 

This process will escalate during the Rapture when God eliminates our mortal bodies and instantly recreates a brand new heavenly body, so the inner glory of God which was limited in it's outward expression can now be fully manifested through our new bodies that are literally made in heaven.

 

This prepares us to enter into Heaven, where we'll be judged for how well we managed the gifts, abilities and resources that God allowed us to have on earth.


 

Well Done Good and Faithful Servant

Those of us who did well will be rewarded with greater authority in the kingdom of God (Matt 25:21

and we will also have a greater degree of the Glory of God emanating from us.

 

“God gives everything the kind of body He wants it to have... But each one is different from all the others. The sun isn’t like the moon, the moon isn’t like the stars, and each star is different. That’s how it will be when our bodies are raised to life.” (1st Cor 15:381st Cor 15:41-42)

 

We all will radiate with the glory of God because of His untainted essence in us but not with the same intensity, some will shine brighter than others.

 

The Bible says, “He who wins souls is wise.” (Pro 11:30) “And they that be wise shall shine as the brightness of the firmament; and they that turn many to righteousness as the stars for ever and ever.” (Dan 12:3)

 

Then shall the righteous shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father. Who hath ears to hear, let him hear.” (Matt 13:43)

 

Depending on our quality of service to God and our fellow men, we will radiate different levels of the glory of God.

 

Some will shine like the sky, some like the stars and some like the Sun in it’s intensity.

 

This is Glorification!

 

Naked and NOT Ashamed

 

This is what Adam and Eve had when they were naked and not ashamed in the garden. The glory of God within them shone on the outside of their bodies so that as they looked at each other, they saw not their bare naked bodies but the radiance of the glory of God all over them.

 

Of course, this is also what they lost when they sinned against God.

 

It was just like a light bulb going out when they ate of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil, no more radiant glory, just a bare naked bodies.

 

 And with it, shame!

 

Thank God, what the first Adam lost the last Adam took back!

 

So, we can all radiate the glory of God once more!
 

Introduction
 

Remission Justification
Regeneration Reconciliation
Sanctification Glorification


Conclusion



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