Shekinah, the Glory of God

The Hebrew word Shekinah means the Presence of God dwelling or settling or appearing in the form of cloud or fire.
Guide and Protection: When Israel wandered in the wilderness for forty years, the Shekinah was a pillar of cloud during the day and a pillar of fire at night. (Exodus 13:21-22)
Presence of God: God appeared to Israel and the glory in the form of a cloud covered Mount Sinai. (Exodus 19:16) God made a covenant with the Nation of Israel.
The Glory in Temple: King Solomon built the Temple of God in Jerusalem. When the Temple was dedicated and consecrated, the glory of God filled the Temple. (II Chronicles 7:1) The glory was shining, brighter than the sun.
Special appearance to Moses: God appeared to Moses and spoke with him like speaking with a friend. He granted his request to see his glory, only a part as Moses hid in the cleft of the rock. (Exodus 33:11, 20-23)
Overshadowed Mary: The Glory of God overshadowed or overwhelmed the Virgin Mary at her conception of Lord Jesus Christ. (Luke 1:35)
Good news: Angels appeared amid glory and announced the Good News to the shepherds when Jesus was born in Bethlehem. (Luke 2:9)
Transfiguration: Lord Jesus was transfigured before three disciples: Peter, James, and John. That time God’s glory was seen, and Moses and Elijah also appeared and spoke with Lord Jesus. (Luke 9:34-35)
Second Coming: Lord Jesus would come again in shekinah glory, with angels and saints. (Revelation 1:7)
Called to declare: God has called His people to declare His glory among the nations and his marvelous deeds among all people. (II Chronicles 16:24) God’s glory is displayed in the face of Christ as gospel light shines in the hearts of believers. (II Corinthians 4:6)
Temple of Holy Spirit: The New Testament believers have the privilege of being the Temple of Holy Spirit. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit indwell in a believer. (I Corinthians 6:19) Hence, the shekinah, glory of God is experienced by children of God.
Do I consciously live in the Presence of God?