I think we are in agreement, it is just how Bridges said it, again, I don't have the whole context. I think I was "fairly" clear in what I was trying to say. Now and forever, the glory is all Christ's, we will be given glorified bodies, we'll share in His glory, but our glory will always be a reflection of Christ's, not something "inherent" in us as though we never sinned, otherwise, we rob God of His glory so to speak. Bridge's way of putting it is almost as though to imply we are "equal" with Christ, at least that is how I read it. As I said, I never would have questioned it until gotribe brought it to our attention, just made me think more in depth on the statement and where it could lead us in our thinking.

Matt. 6:33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you. KJV