“O Lord, our Lord, how excellent is Your name in all the earth, Who have set Your glory above the heavens!”
Webster defines glory as “Great beauty and splendor, even magnificence.” David is declaring things about the magnificence of God. It seems this Psalm was penned as a result of looking at the beauty of creation, in light of the Creator. He realizes that as glorious as creation is, it pales by comparison to the Creator.
How sad it is that we often neglect to consider the creation’s glory. We seem to be surrounded by the works of men. We live in a manmade house, drive a manmade car, on manmade streets to a manmade office, eating manmade food, from manmade packages, and wonder why we have lost sight of God. What if we took time to consider the works of God’s hands? We are, after all…
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