God’s glory is multidimensional, and it is seen in His creation such as through the parents of children, the grey hair of the elderly and aged and in the strength of the youth.

These were the opening words of Pastor Dapo Williams of The Fountain of Life Church, Ilupeju during his message in the first service of Sunday, March 6, 2022.

The clergyman stated that hearing about God’s glory is quite different from experiencing it and that the glory of God can either be evoked or provoked.

He cited Acts 4:31 to buttress the point that God’s glory can be evoked through prayers as well as giving as in the case of Solomon through his gifts of a thousand burnt offerings.

The Holy Spirit operates the glory of God for believers, but everyone must take personal responsibility in ensuring that the glory of God manifests in their lives by spending time with God, he said.

According to him, reflecting the glory of God is evidence of having been with God just as he urged the congregation to go out and make known the knowledge of God’s glory.

The cleric, however, cautioned the congregation that the glory of God can also be removed or lifted, so it should not be taken for granted.

This is as he said that every child of God has an assignment to make known the glory of God but not for showmanship. Rather, it is to bring others to the knowledge of Christ, Pastor Dapo explained.