To reposition means to make adjustments. It means to make godly adjustments in your thought life, spiritual life and general lifestyle. It is making the necessary changes that will enable God to bless you. I want you to understand that it is important to maintain the right position in order to receive God’s glory.
Knowledge is good but understanding is better. Once a man understands this, he will never remain the same again. Glory in the Old Testament was called “Kabod” (Hebrew) and in the New Testament “doxa” (Greek). It means honour, dignity, splendor, majesty and the bliss of heaven. When the glory of God comes, it comes with weight.
Moses was hungry and thirsty for God’s glory to the extent that he said he would not proceed from a place unless God reveals His glory to him. Exodus 33:13-14, “Now therefore, I pray thee, if I have found grace in thy sight, shew me now thy way, that I may know thee, that I may find grace in thy sight… And he said, My presence shall go with thee, and I will give thee rest.”
How do we become recipients of God’s glory? How do we increase God’s glory upon our lives? It’s fairly simple. Reposition yourself for a greater glory, and you will be glorified in due course. It’s not that you need to wait for God to decide to bless you. God desires to bless you. God is willing to bring you a greater blessing, if you only reposition yourself.
Many Christians are not blessed because they haven’t repositioned themselves. I do not know someone who has made an effort to truly reconsider and reposition themselves in the way they relate to the things of God that have experienced disappointment. God may be calling you to renew your commitments, or to pray more or increase your sacrifice and offering.
Be encouraged to draw near to God with a true heart. Move closer to God and make up your heart for a conditional change. You must hunger and thirst for more of God. If you see anyone that finds God, that person is hungry. If it takes nothing from you to serve Jesus Christ, then your service is worth nothing. Serving Jesus will cost you something, but it has great rewards.