But when Jesus died the veil was ripped in two revealing the glory of God to all who would come to him in faith. Through Jesus, the veil is removed enabling you and me to embrace God’s presence.
Accompanied by majestic music, the young bride slowly walked down the aisle arm in arm with her father. She looked beautiful. Her delicate white gown gently embraced her shoulders while a covering lace flourished to her ankles. Behind her flowed a long white train. The bride’s countenance was obscured by a soft white veil. Slowly, majestically, dad and daughter made their way to the altar to meet her groom, her radiant visage concealed to him. Through a veil dimly he gazed at her beauty. Reaching up, tears in his eyes, her father unveiled her face, kissed his daughter, and presented her to her husband. From that moment on the groom would be with his unveiled bride, embracing her presence.
When Moses descended from Mount Sinai after being in God’s presence for forty days his face was glowing. The sheer magnificence of the glory of the Lord Almighty had engulfed the man so that light radiated from his countenance. The people could not look at him. So, Moses covered his face with a veil. Moses had embraced the presence of the holy God such that God’s glory was evident in his face. To this day when Moses is read, a veil lies on their hearts. But when Jesus died the veil was ripped in two revealing the glory of God to all who would come to him in faith. Through Jesus, the veil is removed enabling you and me to embrace God’s presence.
Nevertheless, when one turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away.2 Corinthians 3:16
Have you allowed the veil to be removed or are you standing concealed before the groom? Come to Jesus now and allow the Father to remove that veil. Open your heart and embrace God’s presence.
God-tracking is being uncovered in the presence of God.
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1 Corinthians 13:12
2 Corinthians 3:12-18
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