Today’s study is much like yesterdays: Selwyn continues to make the point that: “The needs of people are important, but they must never be the bottom line. God’s glory must be the bottom line. For it is only as He is glorified that we are glorified.”
In a way, I’m not sure of the last sentence – perhaps it would be better, if it read: ‘For it is only as He is glorified that we are blessed.’ What do you think?
Has anyone any addition thoughts about today’s study?