All to the Glory of God! I got over an eating disorder from college that could have killed me.
All to the Glory of God! I also beat depression.
All to the Glory of God! I don’t have Multiple Sclerosis like all the doctors once thought.
All to the Glory of God! I am a mom who is growing and learning leaps and bounds.
All to the Glory of God! My child doesn’t have Cystic Fibrosis like that test thought.
All to the Glory of God! I am a writer, even though I wrote letters backwards and couldn’t read as a child.
All to the Glory of God! I am far less fearful than I was and increasingly more faithful.
All to the Glory of God! I moved to a new place and made a whole bunch of new friends.
All to the Glory of God! Fill in your blank.
All to the Glory of God! Do it again.
All to the Glory of God! Keep doing it.
All to the Glory of God! More.
All to the Glory of God! Don’t stop.
Jesus said to her, “Did I not say to you that if you believe, you will see the glory of God?” (Jo. 11:40, emphasis added)
To remember where glory showed up is to remind your heart:
1. I saw
2. I will see.
3. It is all because of God.
It is to give God due victory.
Let it sink into your heart: What I saw, God can/will do again.
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Amen! “Now to Him who is able to do far more abundantly beyond all that we ask or think, according to the power that works within us, to Him be the glory in the church and in Christ Jesus to all generations forever and ever. Amen [again!].” (Eph 3:20)
There’s a woman in our church whom I LOVE to hear “talk back” to the pastors while they’re preaching! One of my favorite phrases to hear her say is, “Glory to God!!”
I’m giving a Mrs. Patty size GLORY TO GOD praise today!!
Glory for all He’s given me.
So beautiful! Thanks for sharing this.
Yes, it’s so important to glorify God and be thankful for what he’s done because it builds our faith! It’s too easy to get discouraged when we focus on the prayers God didn’t answer or the things we feel he didn’t do, but we loose track of how much he is actually doing.