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The God of Glory

April 4, 2014 Preacher: Series: Summer in the Psalms

Topic: Sermon Passage: Psalm 8:1–8:9

In this Psalm King David extols the greatness and majesty of God. The psalmist is in awe of the fact that despite God's glory, he is mindful of mankind and cares for human beings. Ultimately, this Psalm points forward to Jesus, who condescended and became flesh, so that we would be reconciled to God and respond in joyful praise of the God of glory.

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