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His Glorious Splendor

“On the glorious splendor of your majesty, and on your wondrous works, I will meditate” (Psalm 145:5, ESV).

The twin emphases of worship are God’s glory and His grace: who He is, and what He has done. So in Psalm 145 David moves from the sheer excellence of God to His abundant kindness towards His creatures. To meditate on God’s splendor is to think about all the ways He has shown us Himself, so that we can praise Him, thank Him, and love Him. This is our purpose as creatures, to turn our lives towards God.

Take time to dwell on God’s greatness, and all the kindness He has shown you. We think far too little of His majesty, and all the blessings He has so generously given us. God is worthy of our highest devotion, and even more. There is no better use for our time than to give praise to the Lord.

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