It's sinfully natural. We want a slice of the credit; we want a skoash of adoration for the promises we've made, the faithfulness we've maintained, the dedication and discipleship we've displayed.
But the Inspired of Psalm 115 reminds us - emphatically and graciously - the glory is never to us, it's always to the God who so created the world, so loved the world, so forgave the world in his Son. All glory is to him! And, with it he does the most amazing thing:
He blesses us. He brings us to kneel before him and then drapes his promise on our hearts, his peace in our lives, and his confidence in our eternities. All glory is to him; but his grace is to us! And so we praise, worship, thank, adore, and follow him for it.
To read a sermon founded on that Truth, please click here: Psalm 115.
To listen to a sermon founded on that Truth, please click here: Psalm 115.
To follow a worship outline adoring that Truth, please click here: Pentecost 4.