"To glorify God is to make much of God and to glorify anything else is to make much of that something else. When Moses asked to see God’s glory, God showed Moses Himself by walking in front of him. Thus glory and glorifying is tied to some aspect of showing off how great God is.
"Now that we were somewhat armed with the rudiments of glory, we could ponder the various possibilities of glory in a lesson."
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Tuesday, February 02, 2016
There's glory for you: something to read today
From the Circe Institute blog, a good post for us all to read: Making the Glory of God Known: The Purpose of Any Lesson, by Danny Breed.