Sunday, May 17, 2015

Glory in the Bible

For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God.  (Romans 3:23, NASB)

Have you ever wondered why the glory of God is the standard against which we will be judged?  Why not God’s love or holiness or righteousness?  If our sins are judged based on the glory of God then it is very important we understand glory, and specifically God’s glory.

Glory in the Bible is a study guide with 21 studies from Genesis to Revelation.  We start with the glory of Abram, Jacob, and Joseph.  We talk about the glory in the lives of Moses and Pharaoh.  The studies show how God revealed His glory to the Israelites and the Babylonians.

In the New Testament we see God’s glory demonstrated in the life of His son, Jesus Christ.  And, we see glory in the body of Christ, the growing church.  Paul also mentions the glory of the sun, moon, and stars.  His admonition to the believers was to live a life worthy of the kingdom and glory of God.

Glory is a foundational theme throughout the Bible.  This new study, Glory in the Bible, will help you to gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the glory of men, nature, and the Almighty God.

For more information about Glory in the Bible, you can view the book on  Glory in the Bible