Search ResultsAsh Wednesday: Cultural Resources This worship resource for Ash Wednesday provides the following cultural resources: historical information, a prose excerpt, and traditional songs.
To God Be the GloryPD
Glory to His NamePD
See more hymns... God's Glory and Presence A sermon starter for Ezekiel 1 that explores the themes of God's glory and presence in the midst of rich and prophetic language. Leading through Word and Thought This article looks at Psalm 19 to remind us that there is a difference between being critical in thinking and critical in spirit, suggesting that our words and thoughts are foundational to bringing glory to God. The Glory of a Human Being In this quote from "The Weight of Glory," C. S. Lewis argues that human being's aren't "merely mortal" because we are all on the path to becoming either glorified through Christ or separated from God. God's Glory Seen in Nature For Epiphany, Stan Mast says using Psalm 29 gives an unusual opportunity to preach on the glory of God as seen in nature as well as the glory of Christ from a different angle. Glory This article is a word study on "glory" and its divergent connotations in worship and modern culture. Glory to the LORD According to Daniel Quanstrom, Psalm 29, possibly the oldest psalm, adapts language and patterns derived from Canaanite songs of Baal, to declare emphatically that Yahweh alone is worthy of glory.