Mary (27 Dec 2011)
"God's Glory  vs.  the Messed-up Menorah"


Agreeing with Gerlinda,  Mercer,  Mike P. and Mike Thompson,  I’m convinced that the Servant Lamp was placed lower than the other lamps
at that strange “Hanukkah Celebration.”
 
What did Obama mean by his reference to Tikkun Olam?  The devil’s lie that we humans can save the world and save ourselves,  “hope and
change,  yes we can.”  Who would need a Savior if we could do this on our own?
 
Philippians 2:9 says that the name of Jesus is above every name,  so the lamp that represents Him should be above all other lamps.
 
God’s glory is exalted above the heavens (Psalm 8:1.)
 
In the Gospel according to John,  Jesus is called the true Light which gives light to every man (John 1:9),  having glory as the only begotten of
the Father (John 1:14.)
 
Before Saul became Paul the Apostle,  he was knocked to the ground by the glory of Jesus!  (Acts 9:3-5.)  Paul later recounted that he “could not
see for the glory of that light.”  (Acts 22:11)
 
In Revelation 16:19,  we see men tormented by plagues and intense heat because they will not repent of their own self-righteousness in order
to give God His rightful glory.
 
An article about the Shekinah Glory:    http://www.gotquestions.org/shekinah-glory.html