What is the greatest glory of God?
Glory lies upon the difficulty of an act or how impossible the feat is. The more formidable the task, the greater glory awaits. If it is something ordinary, simple and done effortlessly then the glory is not even worth mentioning. The credit should not be acknowledged as significant as the unique ones. It is just standard to give a worthy glory and honor for an extraordinary accomplishment. It is not righteous to give a lesser degree of acknowledgment for someone who deserves more. On the other hand, it is not also wise to offer more praise or reward for someone who deserves even less. This is just plainly base on logic and common sense. And I know, everyone would agree with me and nothing to disagree with here.
What then is the glory of God that well deserves Him? He deserves the highest, greatest and all the glory all creatures could ever give. He deserves the best and undivided glory of all. He deserves our utmost distinction and grandeur nothing less.
Why many sects give the credit to the son?
Giving credit to the son of man or to the son of God is not the same as giving credit to the Father. They are not the same glory. A father’s glory and a son’s glory are completely dissimilar. The feeling and perception of each are distinct eventhough we are only referring to the same achievement. Why? Because many faiths believe they are not one in personality. There is no way for them to unite the separate glories.
There is only one way to give all glory to Him.
All glory belongs to God. Our God who is the Father of all is our Lord Jesus Christ. He deserves all the glory and praise. He is the creator of all things, the giver of life. The only way to acknowledge Him all the glory is to accept God as our Lord Jesus Christ. God manifested in blood and flesh for about 34 years, nothing more and nothing less. He became a man named Jesus about two thousand years ago. Without accepting Him as God who became a man, glory will be divided and the highest praise and greatest knowledge of Him will never be attained. Accepting Jesus as our Lord God will conclude all glory towards Him as the author and finisher of our faith. It will be an undivided illustration of majesty and splendor. When we are up in heaven, there will be no confusion of who to praise, adore and who to give the highest reverence. No division of honor and glory. Click here for part two and conclusion of the greatest glory of God.
Ephesians 5:20 – Giving thanks always for all things unto God and the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ;