The glory of God is the magnificence, worth, loveliness, and grandeur of his many perfections, which he displays in his creative and redemptive acts in order to make his glory known to those in his presence.
The glory of God is interwoven throughout the biblical story and forms the origin, content, and goal of the entire cosmic narrative. God’s glory is the magnificence, worth, loveliness, and grandeur of his many perfections. God communicates his glory through his creation, image-bearers, providence, and redemptive acts. God’s people respond by glorifying him. God receives glory and, through uniting his people to Christ, shares his glory with them. And all of this contributes to his glory, as God in his manifold perfections is exhibited, known, rejoiced in, and prized.
Jennie Allen interviews John Piper about his sermon on the glory of God and shares her experience leading up to and during the interview.
What was it that I saw? The reflected beauty of divine love in a real live human being.
Jesus is all we ever have, even when it seems like our lives are going well.
The subject matter of theological study is dangerous and untamed.
The church isn’t as bad as you may think.
When I read this quote, I literally had to sit down.
There is one activity the Bible associates far more than any other with glorifying God.
I glimpsed the beauties of Christ long before I crossed over from death to life.
Living without arms is incredibly hard. But God is incredibly good.