Daily Devotionals
Repent—And Receive the Glory! Kenneth Copeland 16 April [Moses said to the Lord], Show me thy glory. And [God answered him saying], I will make all my goodness pass before thee.

Good overwhelms evil—and God’s goodness and glory are one and the same. That’s why God made all His goodness pass in front of Moses. It was the glory Moses was wanting to see. If you’ll read the entire passage in Exodus 33, you’ll also find that God told Moses He would have to hide him from that glory, because if he saw God’s face, he would die. Why? Because as an un-born-again man, Moses had sin in him. His heart had never been born again. Sin is darkness. God doesn’t have to try to kill darkness. He doesn’t have to lift His mighty right arm and bash it in the head. When God walks on the scene and His goodness is released in its full force, it is so powerful, it just blasts evil into nothingness. That’s the reason God and man had to be separated after the Fall. He had to protect man from the power of His glory. But I want you to know, God isn’t separated from us any longer. He is dwelling inside our reborn, human spirits—and, in these last days, He will break forth and overflow from there to touch once again the flesh of men. The Holy Ghost on flesh! Think about that. The flesh is the domain the devil thought he had locked up for himself. He’s dominated that area for thousands of years and because of it, we’ve had to learn how to walk by faith and not by sight or by manifestations of the flesh. We’ve had to learn how to ignore the flesh and control it, walking by faith in Almighty God’s Word. But the time at hand is one in which God will start affecting people’s flesh. You’ll still have to walk by faith, but you need to be prepared for physical manifestations. Because when this fire of God’s glory starts affecting the flesh, some people won’t know whether to run or hide, or jump and shout. They’ll quickly realize that you just can’t play around with this glory. It is sure power. It is the kind of power that forces sickness and disease to disappear from human bodies. It’s the kind of power that makes the devil pack his bag and flee! It’s the kind of power that will bring in the end-time harvest, and God is ready to pour it out in fullness. That’s the reason He is calling on us to get the sin out of our lives. That’s why He is saying, Repent, so I can manifest the glory! If He pours out the fullness of that glory and you’re hanging on to sin, it will destroy your flesh. So get the sin out! Cleanse the temple! The fire of God wants to come forth! Judges 7-9; Romans 4-5 The Lord shows me His glory. He makes all of His goodness pass before me. Exodus 33:18-19

Scripture Reading: Exodus 33:12-23