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Baxter on Glorifying God 1 - by Michael Phillips
Baxter on Glorifying God - Part 1 of 3
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1 Corinthians 6:20
Jan 01, 1988 pm - Last week, we finished our study of Richard Baxter on Gratitude or Giving Thanks to the Lord. Now, we take up a similar theme, Baxter on Glorifying God. Before we get to it, though, allow me to quickly introduce the topic. To glorify God means to praise Him with your words, thoughts, feelings, and actions. 1 Corinthians 10:31. It is everyone's duty to glorify God. In Romans 1, the unsaved are condemned for not glorifying God because they ought to be doing that; they owe it to Him. But if they owe Him their praise, how much more do we, His people? 1 Corinthians 6:20. Why should you glorify God? Because He's worthy of it. "Great is the LORD and greatly to be praised and His greatness is unsearchable". (Psalm 145:3). God cannot be overly-glorified or praised too often or too lavishly. "I will bless the LORD at all times; His praise shall continually be in my mouth; my soul shall make its boast in the LORD..." (Psalm 34:1-2a). Do you want to glorify God? If you do, the old Puritan can help you. His first chapter is titled, "Directions for glorifying God with the heart". This is of primary importance. For whatever you say or whatever you do, what matters most is what you think of and ... More >>>

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