But we all, with unveiled face, beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord, are being transformed into the same image from glory to glory, just as by the Spirit of the Lord.
2 Corinthians 3:18
Good things happen to you when you look to Jesus and behold His glory. The woman who had a bleeding condition for 12 years received her healing when she looked to Jesus. Peter did the supernatural and walked on water as He looked to Jesus. Even blind Bartimaeus received his sight when he “looked” to Jesus by crying out to Him.
What does it mean to “behold Jesus” today?
I asked the Lord a similar question once and His answer to me was, “Emmaus road.” Immediately, I knew He was referring to the experience two of His disciples had when He spoke to them about things concerning Himself in the Scriptures while walking with them on the road to Emmaus. Their hearts burned within them as He opened the Scriptures to them, showing them how the Scriptures were talking about Him (Luke 24:27, 32). The experience so energized the initially depressed disciples that they were able to walk seven miles with Him to Emmaus and later seven miles back to Jerusalem!
My friend, the way you behold Jesus’ glory today is to see Him in the Scriptures. He is there in the stories, in the prophecies, in the parables, in the laws, in the rituals and even in the temple design. When you find Him, the Scriptures come alive. When you see Him, you see His glory. And as you behold His beauty, you are transformed from glory to glory!