We all long for glory. When we’ve been selfless, or when we’ve done something significant, we hope for that moment of recognition. But at the start of this prayer, Jesus shows us his motivation: “Father, glorify your Son, that the Son may glorify you.” It’s for the glory of God that Jesus has lived, and it’s for the glory of God that Jesus is about to go to the cross. And if we believe in Jesus, we’re living for the glory of the Son. But it isn’t always easy to know whether we’re living and acting for God’s glory or our own. In this talk, our very own Chris Hayter speaks on this, and helps us wade through the confusion of our motivations to live in the light of God’s glory in Jesus.