Tag Archives: glory of God

The King in His Beauty

ur eyes are naturally drawn to that which is beautiful, and there is nothing more wonderful that the beauty of our Savior. The promise that we will one day look upon our King in His beauty is a glorious assurance. It is the fulfillment of our heart’s desire. Continue reading

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Doxological Theology

All theology should lead to doxology. All our theological musings, all our confessional statements, every word upon the Word should lead us, ultimately, to give glory to God. Continue reading

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The Great Exchange

He was made sin, that we might be made righteous. He was condemned, that we might be justified. He bore our sins; we are clothed in his righteousness. In other words, our sins were imputed to Christ, and his righteousness is imputed to us. Continue reading

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How to be Great

The life of faith begins when we trust the word of God that tells us that we are dead in our sins and have nothing to offer God or the world, but, in His grace and mercy, God brings us to life and fills us with His treasure “to show that the surpassing power belongs to God and not to us” (2 Cor 4:7). Continue reading

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How should a Christian celebrate Halloween?

Let your costumes, and your conduct, show the glory and light of God in a darkened world. Let this be the guiding principle in all of your ways, “whatever you do, do all to the glory of God” (1 Cor. 10:31). Continue reading

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