In the Highest God’s glory is the supreme value. Understand this, and you will understand the Bible
John 2 – The Miracle at Cana
The glory of Jesus Christ was publicly displayed in the miracle performed at Cana (John 2). The focus of this study is the fulfillment of the requirements of the Jewish law.
Here Is Our God – In the Temple: The Glorious and Forgiving God (1 Kings 8)
Chapter 2 is an exposition of 1 Kings 8. The emphasis is on God who displays himself as present in his glory and forgiveness.
Soli Deo Gloria: More Than a Phrase
What does "soli Deo gloria" mean? Key to answering this question is the definition of the word glory. After defining it, this article shows that to confess it is to recognize that God is altogether perfect, and therefore utterly worthy of our worship.
A Biblical Theology of Glory
This article looks at the glory of God as it is revealed in creation, the history of Israel, in Christ, and in the New Jerusalem. The article shows as well how in Christ God is restoring his glory.
The Plan of God
What is God really doing? This article shows that the Bible tells us what is the plan of God for this world. It shows that God works all things for his purpose, which is his glory. This understanding of God's plan is important if you are to find meaning for your life.
The Majesty of God
Participating in Suffering
How should believers view suffering, especially the kind that comes as a result of them being followers of Christ? With a focus on the relevant passages in 1 Peter 4, the author addresses this issue and points towards the glory that is to be attained at the end.
Sharing in the Coronation of Christ
Romans 8:18 - The Incomparable Glory
Present Suffering Weighed With Future Glory
Suffering and being a Christian are very close friends. The Bible reveals that suffering is the lot of all Christians. This article looks at the suffering we face for Christ's sake. The author shows how such suffering can be endured by looking to future glory (Romans 8:18).
The Lord of Glory
By referring to Jesus as the "Lord of glory" in James 2:1, James was acknowledging that Jesus is himself the visible incarnation of the greatness, majesty, splendor and awesomeness of the living God. Christ is the true God who deserves our worship.
Suffering Now, Glory Later?
This article shows that prosperity gospel has twisted God's word, and is actually not gospel at all since it promises what God did not promise. Working from Romans 5:3-5, the author shows that the true gospel message is suffering now and glory later. This was the pattern of Christ's life and this is the pattern of His followers, because through suffering God's works out in us the character which He desires.
The Glory of Christ (Part 1)
The Reformation centered around the glory of Christ. This article shows that this conviction is a biblical one - everything should center around the glory of Christ. Christians find their identity in Christ. However, the danger exists that some may find their identity in other things. This article is a call to repentance and faith in Christ as all in all.
The Glory of Christ (Part 2)
The Reformation was centered around the glory of Christ. This article shows how the glory of Christ can be reflected through the ministry of the church, in dealing with sin, in speaking about salvation, and in preaching.
Looking at Psalm 36:8, this article shows that Christians have no reason to live a dull life, and that in God Christians have all the pleasures they need. Here focus is given to the pleasure of forgiveness, fellowship, and glory.
Suffering As The Path To Glory: The Book of Psalms Speaks Today
This article discusses the structure of the book of Psalms, showing how the Psalms move from suffering and lament to glory. Looking specifically at Psalm 22, the author describes how this structure of the Psalms is seen in the life of Christ and the life of the believer.
The Wait of Glory
This article is about the suffering in our lives and the wait for glory to come. The author also looks at what suffering works out in our lives, and the patience of God.
Compassion in a Broken World: The Powerful Support of God’s Spirit in Weakness
Heaven – The Home of Saints
The Saints Reception into Glory
The Believer's Half-Life
Romans 8:18 - Immeasurable Glory
The Glory of God as the Goal of History
Scripture often speaks of doing something for the sake of the name of God, which means virtually the same as doing it for His glory. The goal of human history is the glory of God.