A glorified body is the body that believers in Jesus Christ will receive at the resurrection, the Rapture, or at the end of the Millennial Kingdom. It is similar to Jesus' body upon His resurrection in that it cannot die or age, nor is it subject to any of the limitations and temptations of a natural human body. (Paul the apostle made mention of this as the "corruptible putting on incorruption" in 1st Corinthians 15:51-57.) Those who were taken in the Rapture as children will receive adult glorified bodies while those that were elderly will receive glorified bodies that will restore them to the prime of their adult life, somewhere in their early thirties. Those living in the Millennial Kingdom with glorified bodies were called "glorifieds", while those who were living in natural bodies were called "naturals".
Unlike the "naturals", the "glorifieds" could not have sex with anyone, nor could they sire or bear children, as Jesus said in Scripture that those who are worthy of the resurrection would not marry nor be given in marriage but would be like the angels in heaven. In addition, they would have glorified minds that would be solely focused on pleasing the Lord instead of pleasing their own desires, as experienced with Buck Williams' relationship with his wife Chloe being solely platonic after the resurrection. However, a member of The Other Light tried to sexually assault a woman with a glorified body in the hopes of siring a child that would be able to live past 100 years of age without having to become a believer, only to die in her arms and then be incinerated by God.
By the end of the Millennium, all naturals who have accepted Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior were given glorified bodies and were allowed to enter into the "new heavens and new earth" that emerged after the Great White Throne judgment and the dissolution of the old earth.