The Second Isaiah proclaimed that man was very closely related to God, saying: “Every one who is called by my name I have created for my glory, and they shall show forth my praise. I, even I, am he who blots out their transgressions for my own sake, and I will not remember their sins.”.  Jesus sought not his own glory but the glory of God.  Some are tempted to love the glory of men more than the glory of God. 
Said Jesus: “If any man really desires to do my Father’s will, he shall certainly know about my teaching, whether it be God’s or whether I speak for myself. He who speaks for himself seeks his own glory, but when I declare the words of the Father, I thereby seek the glory of him who sent me. Seek in your daily lives, not self-glorification, but the glory of God.”.