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Revealed by His Glory

Honoring the King of Glory | Message 6

In both the Old Testament and the New Testaments we are commanded to love the Lord our God, but how do we honor Him? This message is about honoring the One that is most deserving of our honor and doing it from where it really counts, our hearts.

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Scripture References

  • Eph. 6:1-3
  • Ps.66:1-2, 24:7-10, 147:1-4, 5-18,1-13


Salient Points

  • May thy days be long, a Pearl Harbor story, Connecting in love, Feeling words, Distracted from reality, The King of Glory, Too much of us, Focus on our Father, Under estimating God, The knowledge of the Holy, Understanding God before we meet Him, Why did God do it like He did, Worth the price, Infinite understanding, DUET: This is My Fathers World.



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This video presentation is similar to a screen saver that automatically advances with celestial images of the heavens from the Hubble, Nasa, STScI and James Webb sites. They all have an accompanying scripture, or portions which can help illustrate  Psalm 19:1 “The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork”.

This series on the Glory of God was originally introduced with only ten Hubble slides shown on a large screen while fifteen verses were being read.  It lasted about ten minutes.  When completed there will be around 400 images in the Video Slideshow with related scriptures.

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