“Moses said, “Please show me your glory.” Exodus 33:18, ESV.
Dear sisters of mine. I want to write to you heart to heart. When you let God do what He wants to do in your life, you are no longer the same. Yes, who you are as a person remains the same, but your faith grows and you become bolder and more convinced in the power of your God. Living by faith carries with it a great amount of peace and joy. There’s an excitement that comes with knowing God’s going to do what He promised even though you don’t know how He’s going to do it. Even in writing the book “Inner Work, Outer Glory”, the Lord showed me that while I knew plenty about the His inner work, He was going to show me just as plenty about His outer glory. He said He was going to do great things through me. Enough to fill a library. Praise God.
With tears I tell you the more you yield to God, my sister, the more He can be glorified in your life. There can be no glory without first humbling ourselves to Him. There can be no glory without totally submitting to His ways and to His plans with reckless abandonment. I long for you to know how rewarding trusting in God can be. I long for God to be glorified in and through your life. Since the beginning, this has been my prayer for you. You may know plenty about the process, about the struggle, about the valley, about brokenness, and about the inward work of the Holy Spirit of God, but I prophesy to you right now by the Spirit of God that God will show you something more. He will show you another side of His nature. He will take you places you’ve never gone, use you to the fullest extent, and confound the wise around you. He’s going to take you from glory to glory until you enter into eternal glory with the Father.
He wants to show you His glory.
Prayer: Yes Lord. I know plenty about your inner work, but I long to see your glory. I desperately want you to be glorified in my life. Have your way in me. Have your way through me. Use me God to the fullest extent. Do great things through me, enough to fill a library. In Jesus’ name, Amen.