The whole earth is full of His glory

Isaiah, prophet of the Lord, shows us the worship that the seraphim performed before the almighty God. In front of Him, it was not enough to say “holy” just once, but they had to do it as many times as necessary.

God’s holiness is intrinsic to His being and His actions; His power extends over all things, and his dominion encompasses all the kingdoms of the earth, for the earth is full of his glory. His love is holy, and everything around him shares that holiness.

The seraphim surrounding the throne of the Lord, having a clearer perspective than Isaiah, worshiped incessantly. It is evident that in the face of this powerful glory, we are blind.

And one cried unto another, and said, Holy, holy, holy, is the Lord of hosts: the whole earth is full of his glory.

May His power and glory spread throughout the earth, from one end to the other. Those angels, with great solemnity in their voices, worshiped the Lord, and everything changed, since the holiness of the Lord spread everywhere. This is how we see the expression of the prophet Isaiah.

So, can we sing or worship the Lord with all our strength? Do these angels have more reasons to thank and praise the almighty God than we do? Yes, truly, we should be thankful for what He has done for us, even as we contemplate our wickedness, for He died for us on the cross.

People, tribe and nation, land, sea and heaven, sing and worship the Lord, because the earth is full of all His glory. Let us worship him who lives forever and ever.


Anyone who does not do justice is not from God
Vomit of disgrace will fall on the glory of the unjust

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