God’s Glory on Different Levels By Pst. Femi Leke

The goal of studying the issue of God’s splendour is to better understand and maximize God’s nature. You can convey God’s glory without regard for your age. In the Bible, the boy Samuel was so young, and he carried the glory of God when the glory departed in the entire city, and even the chief priest couldn’t hear God again, but a small boy in the temple could hear God, so age, sex (whether male or female), or profession don’t matter. Anyone has the capacity to hear God and carry his splendor. According to religion, the anointing is for the fivefold ministry. As a banker, lawyer, teacher, or musician, you need anointing because the anointing heals people. So anointing is required for everything. According to the Bible, when it came time to build the temple, God anointed Bezalin with the knowledge of how to cut the stone because Moses was trained as a shepherd and not as a stone cutter, therefore he would have spent his efforts cutting Stone.


The first level is God’s omnipresence: God is everywhere, but his splendor is not.


Psalter 139:7-13


[7] From your spirit, whither shall I go? or where shall I go to escape your presence?


[8] If I go into heaven, thou art present; if I make my bed in hell, thou art present.


[9] If I take the morning’s wings and fly to the farthest reaches of the sea,


[10] Even there thy hand shall lead me, and thy right hand shall keep me.


[11] If I say, “Surely darkness will cover me; even the night will be light around me,”


[12] Indeed, the darkness does not hide from thee, but the night shineth as the day; obscurity and light are both alike to thee.


[13] For thou hast taken hold of my reins; thou hast encased me in my mother’s womb.





God is present everywhere. Don’t join them in making concessions. There is no such thing as modern truth; truth is truth. The Bible is the truth; don’t let anyone tell you otherwise since what is written cannot be changed. According to the Bible, “the thoughts I have for you are not evil, but good, to give you an expected end.” God is everywhere; he is omnipresent.1 Corinthians 1:27


[27] To whom God would reveal the riches of the glory of this secret among the Gentiles, Christ in you, the hope of glory:





The hope of glory is Christ in me. Christ is in you; Christ is everywhere because, even after man sinned, God was everywhere but not with man because God cannot live in an impure environment, so he departed.


His spirit is present wherever we go.


John 20:22


[22] And when he had finished speaking, he breathed on them and said, “Receive the Holy Spirit:”


This was his first meeting with them since being resurrected. When Adam sinned, the Lord’s spirit left him, and he died. The word die does not mean to seize or to exist in the Bible; it means to separate. The man was still present, but the link had been severed. The link between man’s spirit and God was severed, and he perished as a result. He is no longer communicating because he has died. The environment did not alter, but he was cut off from God in the spirit realm. But when Jesus paid the ransom and poured his blood on the cross of Calvary, the separation was shattered, and the temple curtain fell. According to the Bible, when Jesus announced it was finished, the temple curtain tore in two, and the connection was re-established, and the spirit of God entered man. You cannot have the spirit of God if you have not been born again, regardless of your title, religion, or where you were born. It makes no difference; when you are born again, your dead spirit man will come to life. That is what we mean by God’s mobile presence.


The ultimate degree is God’s evident presence; Jesus experienced all of this. Jesus was born of the spirit, and the spirit with which he was born continues to live in him. He stated in Luke 4:18 that “the spirit of the Lord is upon me.” The difference between you and the holy spirit is because you are in a different plane. God is within you, but God being upon you adds a new depth to your life. There is a distinction between being sprinkled and being baptized with water. To be sprinkled with water implies to have some water on the surface of your body, whereas to be baptized refers to be submerged in water. Jesus said you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit, which means the Holy Spirit will be in you, and the effect will be so powerful that you will be completely enveloped in God’s presence. When you arrive somewhere, you don’t have to advertise that you’re a Christian for the sake of glory. His manifest presence, also known as God’s splendour, is the highest level of his presence.





Luke 4:1,18


[1] And Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from Jordan and was led into the wilderness by the Spirit.


[18] The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he has sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to prisoners, and sight to the blind, to set free those who are bruised.


He claimed the spirit of the Lord is upon me, not the spirit of God is in me, while announcing himself. Despite the fact that he was born of the spirit, the spirit lives inside him. He replied the Lord’s spirit is upon me, and that is the level you and I should be looking for. God is present in both you and me. There is a God in me glory dimension, but it must grow to God in me—God with me. No man can function in the absence of authority. As a result, we require the God with me dimension of strength. When Jesus entered a city, a demon-possessed man saw him and shouted because the devils in him could not bear the glory. That is the level you should aspire to. The Lord’s splendor responds only to sincere thirst and desperation of the willing. God does not bestow his splendor on the unwilling. The only time God’s glory appears without being summoned is for judgment. You must want God’s presence as a child of God. According to the Bible, everyone was baptized for different reasons, but when Jesus was baptized, heaven opened and said, This is my beloved son. Are you in dire need of God? What does God mean to you? Is it worth it to you to forego Bible study in exchange for the time you’re supposed to watch the show on television? You must spend time with God because you cannot offer value to what you do not value. You can take everything from me, but don’t take my spirit (Psalm 51); he was longing for God. The children that the father loves will be called aside, and every dad likes a successful child. A successful child is extremely valuable. That is why the Bible says that when you seek his kingdom, all other things will be added to you. Go after God. (Psalm 42) is your soul’s yearning for God. I value you, am lost without you, and long for you. Don’t allow anything separate you from God’s presence, even if people call you names.

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