It is a law both of the intellectual and the spiritual nature that by beholding we become changed. The mind gradually adapts itself to the subjects upon which it is allowed to dwell. It becomes assimilated to that which it is accustomed to love and reverence. Man will never rise higher than his standard of purity or goodness or truth. If self is his loftiest ideal, he will never attain to anything more exalted. Rather, he will constantly sink lower and lower. The grace of God alone has power to exalt man. Left to himself, his course must inevitably be downward. GC 555.1
Brothers and sisters, we need to behold Christ in His glory, so that we may be changed into His image. Let us follow the Lamb, even into the most “holy place”, by faith.
Let’s prayerfully study the book of Revelation (the Revelation of Jesus Christ), Christ wants to reveal Himself to us, beholding His glory.