The prophetic event called The Day of Jehovah Tsaba is all about the "Glory" of God. In this teaching Dr. Don G. Pickney follows Jesus' ministry as He stepped into His "glory" and manifested miracles and fulfilled Isaiah 61:1 (and first half of verse 2) as he preached in Luke 4:18-19. As Jesus taught in the temple He declared the verse He read to be fulfilled that day. BUT HE STOPPED IN THE MIDDLE OF VERSE TWO AND PUT A PERIOD WHERE THERE WAS A COMMA AND THE CONJUNCTION "AND."
He could not read further and still proclaim the words fulfilled that day because it was not for "Him" but rather for the Church, the body of Christ at another season: an event called "the vengeance of our God to comfort all who mourn in Zion, to give them beauty for ashes, the oil of joy for mourning, and the garment of praise for the spirit of heaviness."
Jesus was therein speaking of a greater glory coming upon us, the believers in Christ near the very end of this age. Isaiah continues by saying, "And you will be named the priests of the Lord, Men shall call you the ministers of our God, and you shall consume the riches of the gentiles (the world) and in their glory boast yourselves."
Pastor Don speaks of the "anointing," and reminds us that everything done for the cause of Christ requires the anointing in order to manifest forth the "glory of God." He says, "We have to swim in the stream of the anointing like getting swept along by a great river current. A dream or vision of ministry without the anointing is called "a burden." It is like a great weight sitting on the back of the neck between the shoulders (the Hebrew meaning of a burden). It is what causes ministers and Christians to experience "burn out," and have to be sidelined for possible recovery, and some never do fully reenter active ministry.
Get ready for great revelation in this important teaching!