11Is Lord, to the glory of God the Father. It might also be read, In the glory, because the particle
εἰς (to) is often used in place of
ἐν (in.) I prefer, however, to retain its proper signification, as meaning, that as the majesty of God has been manifested to men through Christ, so it shines forth in Christ, and the Father is glorified in the Son. See Joh_5:17, and you will find an exposition of this passage.