The gospel verses for today (we need to keep in mind that John writes at least 70 years after the Third Day) are from John’s people and have Jesus speaking His last words around the table of the Last Supper. Jesus is portrayed as knowing He will not eat with His disciples again. He will dramatically demonstrate the depth of His love (better understood as care and concern) for them the following day.
Jesus speaks of His glorification that is to come—his death and resurrection. Jesus' “glorification” will also be a glorification of God. As is not unusual in the Gospel of John, words have double meanings. We hear “glory” and think of the world’s conventional definitions of glorification. We will hear Jesus speak of “love” and be surprised to discover that the “love” of which He speaks is different from our conventional meanings of “love.”