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All God's Glory is a page dedicated to the wonderful teachings of our Father . As believers, we are commanded throughout scripture, and in Christs examples, to do just that; "People are intended to live as God's created analogies, showing his character more clearly than anything else can show it", (ESV Study Bible, Crossway Bibles). Read this paragraph over and over until it sinks in, and becomes planted in your hearts.
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New Found Glory is the eponymous second studio album and major-label debut by the American pop punk band of the same name. It was produced and mixed by Neal Avron and released on September 26, 2000 through Drive-Thru and MCA Records. Featuring their breakthrough single "Hit or Miss", the album was later certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) with shipments of 500,000 units.
whatever you do, do all to the glory of God – 1 Corinthians 10:31. This is the succinct, simple and direct mandate of Scripture. All of God’s creation is to be absorbed with putting God’s glory on display. When the angels announced the Savior’s birth, they were joined by the heavenly host, glorifying God (Luke 2:14). The shepherds responded by glorifying God following their visit to the Christ-child in the manger (Luke 2:20). Even the physical creation incessantly declares His glory (Ps 19:1-2)
God’s pursuit of his own glory opens the door to a feast of beauty and truth that satisfies the human soul forever. That is why God created us and saved us - to make Christ look like what he really is - supremely great - all to the glory of God the Father. Magnifying Christ in Life. Now the relationship between verse 20 and 21 is the key to seeing how Paul thinks that happens.
With those few words- from glory to glory -Paul sums up our entire Christian life, from redemption and sanctification on earth, to our glorious eternal welcome into heaven. There is a great deal of content packed into those few words. It’s all so important that Paul labors at great length, from 2 Corinthians 2:14 through the end of chapter 5, to open his readers’ eyes to a great truth. Let’s see why that truth matters so much. The transformation is from the glory of the Law. Like the stone it was written on, the Law was inflexible and absolute, applying to all Israelites without much regard for individual circumstances (Hebrews 10:28). Though holy, good, and righteous in itself (Romans 7:12), the Law was, for us sinners, the letter that kills us (2 Corinthians 3:6). The Law was an external force to control behavior. In addition, stone, despite its strength, is earthly and will eventually wear away.