The Glory of the Lord

After Israel complained about not having bread or meat in the wilderness, God promised to satisfy their cravings:
And Moses and Aaron said unto all the children of Israel, At even, then ye shall know that the LORD hath brought you out from the land of Egypt: And in the morning, then ye shall see the glory of the LORD; for that he heareth your murmurings against the LORD: and what are we, that ye murmur against us? (Exodus 16:6-7)

Keyed to the word glory is the following note from page 81 of The Dake Annotated Reference Bible:

The Glory of the Lord (Ex. 16:7)
Glory here comes from the Heb. kabod, splendor, honor, glory. This word is used in fourteen different ways:
1. Material substance (Gen. 31:1; Ps. 49:16-17)
2. Authority and power (Gen. 45:13; Esther 5:11; Job 19:9; 29:20; Ps. 4:2; 8:1, 5)
3. Visible manifestation of God (Ex. 16:7, 10; 24:16-17; 40:34; Lev. 9:6, 23; Num. 14:10, 21-22; 16:19, 42; 20:6; 1 Sam. 4:21-22; 1 Ki. 8:11; 2 Chr. 5:14; 7:1-3; Ps. 19:1; 72:19; 85:9; 97:6; 102:16; Ezek. 1:28; 3:12, 23; 8:4; 9:3; 10:4, 18-19; 11:22-23; 43:2-5; 44:4; Hag. 2:7-9)
4. Praise and honor (Josh. 7:19; 1 Sam. 6:5)
5. God's works and power (Ex. 29:43; 1 Chr. 16:24, 28-29; Ps. 29:9; 84:11; 96:3)
6. The tongue giving praise to God (Ps. 16:9; 21:5; 29:1-2; 30:12; 57:8; 62:7; 66:2; 96:7-8; 105:3; 108:1; 115:1; Isa. 42:8, 12; 48:11; Jer. 13:16)
7. Heaven and its splendor (Ps. 24:7-10; 29:3; 57:11; 73:24; 149:5)
8. Honor to God (Ps. 79:9; Pr. 25:2; Mal. 2:2)
9. God's kingdom and its splendor (Ps. 145:11; Isa. 66:18-19; Ezek. 39:21)
10. Outward appearance (Ex. 28:2, 40)
11. God's infinite light in which He dwells (Ex. 33:18-22; cp. 1 Tim. 6:16)
12. Honor to men (Pr. 3:35; Jer. 2:11)
13. Men created for God's honor (Isa. 43:7; 60:2; 66:12)
14. Man's honor among men (Isa. 8:7; 16:14; 17:4; 21:16; Dan. 11:39)

There are twelve other Hebrew words and ten Greek words translated glory. When it is said that men saw the glory of the Lord it refers to some visible manifestation of His person or His power (vv. 7, 10; 24:16-17). Moses requested to see the infinite glory in which God dwells, but this could not be fully granted (33:18, note; 1 Tim. 6:16).


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Israel "borrowing" from Egypt
The hardening of Pharaoh's Heart
The Testimony
The Glory of God in Moses' face
Living a Long Life
Sickness and Disease