Tag Archives: Isaiah
Glory below as glory above. This should be the aim of the Christian. While divine perfection may be beyond our reach, all are blessed when we strive together towards the high mark of the high calling of God. This is glory. Like many other biblical ideas with earthly counterparts, godly glory is characterized not by […]
Holiness is often hard to define. What is it? Why is God holy? How can I be holy? These are just a few of the questions that often come to mind when we consider holiness. It is tied up with righteousness, goodness, and perfection but none of these concepts captures holiness completely. Holiness is that […]
First in the series concerning Holiness, Elder Jason Solomon explores the vastness of holiness in the Bible, the absolute holiness of God, and command to holiness given in the Old and New Testaments. Listen and comment below. You can also view the companion Bible Study here.
“What is man, that thou art mindful of him? and the son of man, that thou visitest him?” – Psalm 8:4 What is man? Centuries ago David, the son of Jesse, kept watch over his father’s flocks by night, and having nothing better to do, he contemplated the glory of the heavens. Seeing the moon […]