Isaiah 6:1 In the year that king Uzziah died I saw also the Lord sitting upon a throne, high and lifted up, and his train filled the temple.
When you carry the Glory of God, no environment that you step in will remain the same as it was before you got there. There will be a change, that was the example of Jesus.
In Isaiah 6:1-3 when Isaiah declared that he saw the Lord high and lifted up and His train or Glory filled the temple, it is notable that there was no mention that he saw any man in the picture. It is a temple, so it is customary to see man in the temple, but the only thing that he saw was the Glory of God. Because the Glory of God filled the temple there was no room for him to see man. Now that we are the temple of the living God, what God expects is that in the same way that the Glory of God filled the temple in days of Isaiah, so must it fill our lives today, so that all people see when they see us is His Glory.
A by-product of being filled with the Glory of God is that we become carriers of His Glory. When Moses experienced the Glory of God, he became a carrier of that Glory such that the scripture said that his face shone when he spoke to the people in Exodus 34:30. In the New Testament, Peter exemplified what it is to be a carrier of His Glory, in Acts 5:15-16 it was recorded that in Jerusalem they laid the sick and those that had unclean spirits in the streets such that the shadow of Peter would pass over them as he passed by and as it did everyone of them was healed. It was a demonstration that being a carrier of the Glory was not just for Peter, but to impact his environment.
You too must be a carrier of the Glory of God by bringing change to every environment that you step into.
Life Application: Live in His presence and allow yourself to be led by the Spirit.
Prayer: Lord, fill me with your glory. May I be a carrier of your glory and impact the environment around me. In Jesus name, amen.