The Glory Of God!

"The Lion & The Lamb Glorified In Heaven & On Earth"
“The Lion & The Lamb Glorified In Heaven & On Earth”

Copyright ©10/17/2009 Elizabeth Ellis
In heaven, there are walls of pure gold
And foundations reflecting the many colours
Of the many jewels that adorn it
A breathtaking display overshadowed
Only by the radiant light of the One
Who sits upon the throne with the Lamb who was slain
Surrounded by a vast multitude dressed in pearly white
Lifting voices too beautiful to describe
In a crescendo of praise
Crying out, “Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty,
Heaven and Earth are filled with your Glory”
As they fall on their knees;
Worshipping the Alpha and the Omega and the Lamb,
Praising the great “I Am Who I Am”
Who first appeared to man in the Garden of Eden

And on this temporal earthly domain,
All of Nature declares the glory of God
Who in the beginning was the Word
That spoke into existence all that we see
In star-filled Heavens and Earth’s beauty
Seen in His creatures and each season reborn
In spectacular places that words cannot define
From rainforests to flowered meadows to oceans deep
From snow-capped mountains to rivers and creeks
In every morning sunrise and radiant sunset sky
We see the hand of the Creator, God, Most High
Whose intelligent design is a creative Artist’s hand
That defies the imagination and the “Big Bang”
Inciting praise to Elohim, God, Most High
For the beauty of His handiwork no man can deny!

Romans 1:22-23 (ESV)
Claiming to be wise, they became fools, and
exchanged the glory of the immortal God for
images resembling mortal man and birds and
animals and creeping things.

Hebrews 1:3-4 (NCV)
The Son reflects the glory of God and shows exactly what
God is like. He holds everything together with his powerful word.
When the Son made people clean from their sins, he sat down at
the right side of God, the Great One in heaven. The Son became
much greater than the angels, and God gave him a name that is
much greater than theirs.

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