The Revelation of God’s Glory

The heavens are telling of the glory of God; And their expanse is declaring the work of His hands. Day to day pours forth speech, And night to night reveals knowledge. (Ps. 19:1-2)

For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes, His eternal power and divine nature, have been clearly seen, being understood through what has been made, so that they are without excuse. (Rom. 1:20)

       For the unbeliever, the Bible plainly states that God’s glory, grace and character are clearly revealed to him in nature (Ps. 19:1-2; Matt. 5:45; Rom. 1:18-32).  God’s revelation is clear, the problem is that the hearts of men are corrupt (Jer. 17:9; Matt. 15:19), and many unbelievers choose to “suppress the truth in unrighteousness” (Rom. 1:18).  Though God’s grace toward the unbeliever is infinite in scope, it is not eternal in its duration, and at the moment of death all of his life’s decisions are fixed for eternity.  Leaving this world is an inevitable fact for every man, but where he spends eternity is optional, depending on whether he’s trusted Christ as his Savior (John 3:16; Acts 16:31; Eph. 2:8-9; Phil. 3:9; Tit. 3:5).

Steven R. Cook, D.Min.


About Steven R. Cook, D.Min.

Steven is a Christian educator. His webpages communicate evangelical Christian doctrines and topics. Steven earned a Master of Divinity degree in 2006 from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and completed his Doctor of Ministry degree in 2017 from Tyndale Theological Seminary. His articles are theological, devotional, and promote a biblical worldview. Studies in the original languages of Scripture, ancient history, and systematic theology have been the foundation for Steven’s teaching and writing ministry. He has written several Christian books, dozens of articles on Christian theology, and recorded more than three hundred hours of audio and video sermons. Steven worked in jail ministry for over twelve years, taught in Bible churches, and currently leads a Bible study each week at his home in Arlington, Texas.
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