Because humans were made in the image of God (imago dei), they reflect their Creator with the same characteristics, four of which are the desires God has to give and to receive.
Glory is the celebration of ones qualities, character, person, deeds. It is the centerpiece, the spotlight on whatever is good and weighty and valuable.
To seek to glorify God and to have ones glory found in God is right and good.
To seek to receive glory from man is to be prideful and to steal glory away from God.
Honor is the rightful giving of due respect, title, position or adulation to one on whom glory rests. This respect recognizes human dignity in our neighbor as well as our own selves.
It is right to give honor to God, to those in authority and to those to whom is is due. This is humble and orderly to God. It is also just to seek honor from God, who bestows it upon those who place themselves in a position of service to Christ.
It is unrighteous to seek honor at the expense of our fellow man, to lower him so that we may rise, to sacrifice service for praise.
Power is authority, dominion, influence, right and strength.
It is just to ascribe all power to Christ. He alone has authority among men. All other power is derived from His. It is right also to desire dominion over ones own sin, the strength to overcome temptation and the rights of the oppressed.
It is unjust to seek power over others to oppress them or steal from them. It is sin to resist the authority of the Holy Spirit. It is pride to seek authority for ones own glory rather than for service.
Pleasure is the sincere enjoyment of the created world and of God.
It is honorable to seek enjoyment at the hand of God, in sexual relations as He has intended, in food and drink, in nature and in beauty.
It is dishonorable to take pleasure in sin, in adultery and drunkeness and in the misfortunes of our neighbors as well as the sinfulness of others.