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God’s Glory and Man’s Dignity



Dear Neighbor,

The Lord our God is majestic, for his splendor is above the heavens. Many years ago God made me a father. I remember the day of our daughters birth. I was not there for the birth of our son but I was there for the birth of our daughter. All human beings have dignity because we are different than every other animal on the earth. Human beings are created in the image of God. When considering a child, one must ask, “How awesome is the God who created?”

We should also consider the heavens and look up at the sky. All of creation is the work of God’s hands. When seeing the expanse from the earth one must ask, “How awesome is the God who created the universe and all that it contains?” Then I must ask, who am I, or what is man that God even thinks of us, but God does care for us. 

God has made man a little lower than God. He has crowned man with glory and majesty. He did this from creation, when He gave man to rule over his creation. All of the earth has been put under the feet of man. All of the creatures on the earth, the birds of the air and the fish of the sea are under man.

All have sinned and fall short of his glory and the wages for sin is death, but God gave his only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

How majestic is the name of the Lord Jesus Christ in all the earth!

Michael Peek
Your Servant for Jesus’ Sake

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