Beyond the Dalet is a life of continuously transitioning from glory to glory.
So, because that’s the kind of hope we have, we speak with great freedom. We aren’t like Moses: he put a veil over his face, to stop the children of Israel from gazing at the end of what was being abolished. The difference is that their minds were hardened. You see, the same veil lies over the reading of the old covenant right up to this very day. It isn’t taken away, because it’s in the Messiah that it is abolished. Yes, even to this day, whenever Moses is read, the veil lies upon their hearts; but ‘whenever he turns back to the Lord, the veil is removed’. Now ‘the Lord’ here means the spirit; and where the spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom. And all of us, without any veil on our faces, gaze at the glory of the Lord as in a mirror, and so are being changed into the same image, from glory to glory, just as you’d expect from the Lord, the spirit. 2 Cor. 3:12- 18 NTE