It’s been said, “The surest sign that a man is not great is when he strives to look great.” Every man has a craving to be great, but the man who grows in Christ learns that these cravings for greatness are rooted in the flesh. For once a man comes to a saving relationship with Christ; he finds that all of life is no longer about him. He now lives in the reality that it is all about Jesus. So whether he becomes a man widely known in the community or he remains a man of obscurity, his eternal goal is to make Jesus great and not himself. This is the idea of glory. The natural desire is to keep glory for ourselves, but it is the Christian’s responsibility to reflect glory forward to Jesus Christ. This is not easily done, yet it is our true responsibility. We must remember that being great in the temporal means nothing in the eternal. It really is all about Him!