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Charles Buck Theological Dictionary
Praise, or honour, attributed to God, in adoration or worship. The state of felicity prepared for the righteous.
See HEAVEN. The glory of God is the manifestation of the divine perfections in creation, providence, and grace. We may be said to give glory to God when we confess our sins, when we love him supremely, when we commit ourselves to him, are zealous in his service, improve our talents, walk humbly, thankfully, and cheerfully before him, and recommend, proclaim, or set forth his excellencies to others. Joshua 7:19 . Galatians 2:20 . John 15:8 . Psalms 50:23 . Matthew 5:16 .
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Buck, Charles. Entry for 'Glory'. Charles Buck Theological Dictionary. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/cbd/g/glory.html. 1802.