In this series, Dr. Don G. Pickney takes us into “The Glory” that is espoused in Isaiah 60 and 61, and surrounds the event of “The Day of Jehovah Tsaba” (Lord of hosts) announced in Isaiah 2:11-12, and spoken of also in Haggai 2:5-9 and announced by an angel of Glory in Zechariah 2:8-13, which will be detailed more in coming weeks.
In this teaching, Pastor Don introduces the concept that God’s glory will so inundate the earth that all aspects of His glory will manifest in the Church, including his “Shekinah (physical) presence,” the glory of his spiritual works in the earth, i.e. miracles, healings, deliverances, and supernatural signs and wonders associated with God’s people and the Church, the glory that is in the earth by God’s hand (God’s Created Glory), and the glory of the developed world consisting of that which is possessed by mankind, i.e. all of the precious things the world seeks after and works to possess, along with all of the systems of development in education, medicine, science, industry and business – all of these will be manifested for the benefit of the Church as God’s complete and full glory is given to God’s people.
We will learn that there is not anything that God will not give us or do for us during this period as He “bends and stoops over,” reaching to bestow blessings to us in terms of answered prayers, response of faith and attempted spiritual feats of supernatural power.
Psalms 102:13 AMP “You will arise and have mercy and loving-kindness for Zion, for it is time to have pity and compassion for her; yes, the set time has come [the moment designated].”
The word in the Greek for the term “pity and compassion” is defined in the Hebrew: “A primitive root; properly to bend or stoop in kindness to an inferior to bestow a special favor; bend over in compassion and mercy.”
The Key words in this passage is the idea that God will bend down or stoop over in order to bestow his kindness to the Church.
Apostle Paul declares, “All have sinned and come short of the glory of God.” (Romans 3:23) The Greek term “come short” fits perfectly the above scriptural term in Psalms for God’s need to bend or stoop over to an inferior: “Come short” ὑστερέω hustereō - “to be inferior; genitively to fall short (be deficient).”
Believers will find themselves stepping into the “Glory Zone” where supernatural glory makes contact with our sometimes “deficient faith” as God “bends over to make up the difference of “reaching and coming short.”
Get ready to be challenged and receive biblical revelation from this important teaching.