14 He will glorify Me, for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you.
14 He will glorify Me,
The Holy Spirit’s revelation about Jesus would demonstrate the Lord’s glory after His death. The apostles would see clearly what the death of our Lord meant. The Spirit would especially glorify Jesus when He was crucified and resurrected in just a few hours. There would be insights for Jesus’ followers that no one knew during His life on earth.
for He will take of what is Mine and declare it to you.
The Holy Spirit would reveal everything that the apostles needed to know about Jesus; He would make it plain (“declare” it) to them. They would understand the implications of His work on the cross. This would especially be seen when the Spirit revealed the epistles to the apostles and prophets.
The primary mission of the Holy Spirit is to glorify Jesus.
The work of the Holy Spirit is Christocentric. The more people are exposed to the person and work of Christ, the more He is glorified. It is the mission of the Holy Spirit to make those truths real directly to the hearer. Jesus Christ is the center of revelation; it points to Him and reaches its climax in Him (He 1:1-4).