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WHICH WAY IS THE ROAD TO GLORY?
By Sylvia Pearce
“...Christ in you is the only hope of glory” (Col. 1:27).
For we who are redeemed, Christ in us is the road to glory. The road is a person, Christ, who is the glory road. This glory road is paved with “peace that passes all understanding,” “joy unspeakable full of glory,” and a thrilling adventure, but one most often forged in pain. We must “work out our own salvation with fear and trembling” (Phil. 2:12-13). We must work out of ourselves what God has imparted into us at our new birth and then by faith “possess our possessions.” We do that by faith, laboring to enter into the Sabbath rest made available to the children of God. We have it all in Spirit; however, “His rest” must be fully realized as a present-tense, living reality. It must not remain just an intellectual theory. The “Resurrection Life” of Christ must be experienced as a glorious new reality.