The Glory of the Lord is a significant thing to behold, and it seems that many have difficulties perceiving its' fullness. During my time at college, Dr. Barbara J. Pemberton shared with me this incredible study. The funny thing is that when she gave me her written dissertation, I did not read it until months later!! It was not until my Rabbi called me up to give a message found in Exodus 33 (Parasha Ki Tisa). Months after I was given this, G-d tells me to read this?! Incredible I tell you! He is the Great I Am, and does work wonders, and does it with an outstretched arm. The Glory of the Lord is not something to be seen by human perspective, but He shows it to us through His perspective. He shows His glory in the way it is supposed to be seen, witnessed, and received. We simply miss it, because of the way we think. Yet, G-d still extends His mercy and lovingkindness.
I ask that you watch the video, in the link below, and enjoy clicking along with the slides under the line.
The Glory of the Lord is not something to be seen by human perspective, but He shows it to us because He Loves us. Yeshua HaMashiach (Jesus the Christ) was brought down to us that we may see the Glory of G-d, through Him, and that we may be empowered by the Glory of G-d, His Ruach HaKodesh (Holy Spirit), to do the work He enabled us to do! We await for His Return, and may His name be glorified, even so now!