Bible Explorer for the Young (Leviticus)

Day 3 of 9 • This day’s reading


Glory of God

1 Corinthians 10:31

So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God. 

Moses and Aaron, the priests, went into the tent of meeting. When they came out and blessed the Israelites, the Glory of God appeared in the form of fire. All the people fell on their faces and they shouted in joy and adoration. 

The glory of God means the magnificent or great beauty of God. You and I are like these priests. It means, whatever we do is to glorify God. Glorifying God means honouring Him in whatever you think, say and do. Glorifying God also means you acknowledge His glory above all things in your life. 

When you do what God commands, you are glorifying Him. When the glory of God shines through you, you will be showing the character of Jesus. People will see God’s love and God’s holiness in you, and it will touch their lives. 


Dear God, let me live according to Your commands so that the glory of You can be seen in my life. Amen.