Our Timeless CreatorRevealed by His Glory
The Epiphany of God’s Glory | Message 1
All believers are admonished to glorify God in everything we do, even the small things, and this is made clear in 1Cor. 10:31, “Whether therefore ye eat, or drink, or whatsoever ye do, do all to the glory of God.” With a subject of this importance where are the messages showing us how to accomplish this? This entire series is dedicated to what glorifying God is and how it is possible for a created being to glorify their Creator.
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- Psalm 50:15
- Luke 17:11-19
- Glory or just gratitude, Who is God, Glory of the heavens, Existing in God’s glory, Why are we here, Beyond obedience, Thanksgiving verses glorifying, Impresses by God’s genius, Responding to Gods enlightenment.
If this message is part of a sub-series, other messages included in this special sub-series of Our Timeless Creator are as follows:
Seeing Through God’s Glass Darkly: Part 2 | Message 10 The Bible has much to say about our eternal future, but try as we may, it is impossible to get a vision of that reality. The closest thing in scripture is described as a Glass Darkly, which is very similar to a...
Seeing Through God’s Glass Darkly: Part 1 | Message 9 In Colossians 3 we are admonished to; Set our affections on things above. That is like telling someone to love something they have never tasted. Or telling a child who has never been to a place like Disney World or...
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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