God's Glory is manifested to humanity in two ways. The first revelation of God's glory for humankind is in God's created glory. He simply looks around Him at the earth and the heavens. All that He sees reflects the magnificence of God's power and excellence. Whatever the "glorious God" does is itself glorious! We call this God's "created glory." Apostle Paul addresses this fact:
Romans 1:19-20 NLT "They know the truth about God because He has made it obvious to them. For ever since the world was created, people have seen the earth and sky. Through everything God made, they can clearly see His invisible qualities—His eternal power and divine nature. So they have no excuse for not knowing God".
It is unfortunate that the when the Church addresses the glorious things of the earth, such as the trees, mountains, streams, skies, and other beauties of the earth, they find it necessary to leave out the jewels, the gold and silver, and the other precious (glorious) riches of the earth. In their mind these things are not worthy of praise for to God! Think about that as you listen to this teaching. God deserves as much glory for creating the basis of "monetary" riches in the earth as He does for creating canyons and flowers of beauty.
Dr. Don G. Pickney, titled this teaching "LARGENESS" as he addresses the need for the heart of man to be enlarged by God's anointing in order to be able to receive how much God desires to bless His people in the earth.
All of the properties described in Heaven, enjoyed by the Father God, the Lord Jesus, and all Christian believers who have gone before us to Heaven, all of these properties, God put in the earth when He created it. We hear of the "streets of gold," the "walls of jasper," and the "gates of pearl." And we do not place any untoward ideas or challenge their legitimacy of existing in Heaven. But the Church does not praise God for their existence in the earth, nor does the Church celebrate their worth for humanity. Instead the Church chastises them as "corrupting influences," as if they had some kind of mysterious dangerous power over humankind. Ignoring the influence a righteous man might have if he picked up a bar of gold, they simply concentrate on what evil men have done with its influence over them.
Jesus taught that what a person does with a bar of gold, or money, or any other valuable thing, comes from the heart. A righteous man, out of his righteous heart, will take the gold and do wonderful, righteous works with it. An evil man will take the same gold and do evil, treacherous works with it.
A heart that is corrupted will use wealth for self-destructive purposes. But a heart that is good will use wealth to bless himself, his family, and the world. A godly man will use the greater influence and power that comes from wealth to do greater good deeds for God's glory.
LARGENESS! For God to correct and change the hearts of Christian believers to open wide and accept the value and glory of this part of His glorious creative works, our hearts must be enlarged to embrace them.
Get ready, in this video teaching for greater revelation of this truth.