How Do We Glorify God?:
A Short Guide to Living a God-Centred Life
"The glory of God is a silver thread which must run through all our actions.”
That’s how Puritan pastor Thomas Watson described the importance of the glory of God for the Christian life.
God’s greatest concern is His glory—the Bible is clear about that. He will not give it to anyone else, and failure to glorify Him certainly warrants eternal judgement. But God’s glory is more than a mandate for His creation. He has intertwined it with our identity so we are unable to find meaningful purpose apart from displaying His glory in every part of life. Many Christians today are bombarded with philosophies, programs, and self-help books promising them a meaningful and purposeful life. But instead of helping them achieve their goal, they distract from the true source of meaning and purpose.
How Do We Glorify God provides an accessible, clear, and practical guide to help Christians find meaningful purpose in a world of distractions. Through Puritan thought and Biblical study, faithfulness to Christ and His gospel is inspired, pressing questions about sin and suffering are covered, hope in the promises of God is instilled, and eternal satisfaction is guaranteed.
Softcover Trim Size: 5 x 8
Page Count: 104
About the Author:
Daniel Klassen is a youth leader at the Bergthaler Mennonite Church in Warman, SK. He is the author of Thinking Christianity, and he blogs regularly at thechristianexplorer.org. He and his wife, Annette, live near the small town of Osler in rural Saskatchewan.