Gratitude for God's Glory

"GOD'S glory is a wond'rous thing, Most strange in all its ways, And of all things on earth, least like What men agree to praise."

Thus wrote Faber decades ago, and his words are as true today as when he penned them. Mankind in general has looked into matter for glory, imagining it could find in matter's transitory, unstable sense of beauty some trace of that divine resplendence which can never be less than eternal and unchangeable. When the Psalmist proclaimed, "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmament sheweth his handywork," he undoubtedly endeavored to lift thought from the ephemeral concepts of human belief into the grandeur and loveliness which belong to Spirit, Mind.

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