XII. THE ISSUES OF THE GLORIFICATION OF CHRIST
The Father’s house in 14:2, the vine in 15:5, and the child in 16:21, which imply the Body of Christ, are all the issues of this glorification of Christ through His death unto resurrection.
XIII. GOD BEING GLORIFIED IN CHRIST
AND IN THE CHURCH
God is glorified in Christ and in the church in the church age (Eph. 3:21). If we are not a part of the church, we will miss this glorification.
XIV. EXPRESSING GOD IN OUR BEHAVIOR
When the believers express God in their behavior, God is glorified (Matt. 5:16).
XV. BEARING MUCH FRUIT
When the believers as the branches bear much fruit, the Father is glorified (John 15:8). The more fruit we bear, the more God is glorified in our Christian work.
XVI. BEING GLORIFIED IN THE KINGDOM AGE
The believers who suffer with Christ in this age will be glorified in the kingdom age, that is, will reign with Him as His co-kings (Rom. 8:17; 2 Tim. 2:12; Rev. 20:4, 6).
XVII. PETER’S MARTYRDOM
Peter was martyred so that God would be glorified (John 21:19). The Lord Jesus predicted this to Peter.
XVIII. THE GLORY OF THE NEW JERUSALEM
Eventually, all of God’s chosen people will participate in the glory of the New Jerusalem, that is, will be glorified with the glory of God for eternity (Rev. 21:11). We need to enjoy what Christ is and live Him. Eventually, we will be eternally glorified in His glorification.
(Crystallization-Study of the Gospel of John, Chapter 10, by Witness Lee)