Tag Archives: The Glory of God

Thoughts on Worship

For worship, properly understood, shapes who we are. We become like whatever is our god. – D.A. Carson Continue reading

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How Can I Glorify One Who is All-Glorious

Knowing that the heavens declare the glory of God, that God in and of himself possesses all glory – enough to outshine the sun – what could I ever “give” that would add to this all-glorious God? Continue reading

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Longing for God

A prayer for those longing for God: “O that I could give myself up to him, so as never more to attempt to be my own!”
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Neither a writer nor a blogger, he

Just one beggar telling another where to find bread… Continue reading

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She loved Bingo

There is obviously a disconnect between the God whom we worship and the god that we are showing to the world, when people would rather love bingo than be awestruck by the glory of God. Continue reading

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Wasted by Glory

I have been wasted by the glory of God. Continue reading

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Transitory Obsessions

There is only one name that can truly bring us satisfaction and peace – that is the name of Jesus. Continue reading

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