When Jesus came, we saw what God’s glory was. In this world a man’s glory is what he does or makes. An artist’s glory is a great painting. An engineer’s glory is a great bridge. God’s glory is His works — not just the Shekinah, or the shattering spectacle of a trembling Mount Sinai. His glory was His labor and love, selflessness and sacrifice, humility and obedience.
Most of all, to Him the Cross was His glory, as He tells us throughout the last chapters of John’s Gospel.
God the Son means God the Father.
He is a not a mysterious Being wrapped up in Himself, a solo God,
but a wonderful Godhead,
the thrice Holy Tri-unity,
in everlasting interaction, eternal communion, ceaseless love and fellowship
and radiating love throughout all Creation.
“O come let us adore Him…”