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In the Bible glory (kabod, Saga, gloria) is a characteristic, indeed, it is the supreme chracteristic, of the divine being and action, and it finds its reflection and response in the creaturely sphere in the glorifying (oogd{£IV, or oogoAoy£iv glorijicare) of God which is proper to man. The glory of God (d. , II, I, p. ), however, is the power of God Himself, grounded in His being as free love, to characterise, 48 § 69. r, honour and worth, to be in and under His name not merely a genume reality but one which expresses, manifests and reveals itself.

The isolated and striking passage Is. 19 18 ... points in the same direction. It speaks of five cities in Egypt" which speak the language of Canaan and swear to the Lord of hosts," and of an altar built to Yahweh in the midst of Egypt as a sign. and witness. " And finally, and even more radically: "In that day there shall be a highway out of Egypt to Assyria, and the Assyrian shall come into Egypt, and the Egyptian into Assyria, and the Egyptians shall serve with the Assyrians. 3"). "And the earth shall be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord, as the waters cover the sea" (Hab.

It was as the history which even now hurries relentlessly to this future, bearing it within itself, that there presented itself to them the whole sequence of the facts created by God and experienced by Israel, from the calling of Abraham by way of the sojourn in Egypt, the deliverance at the Red Sea, the conquest of Canaan, the glory and fall of the kingdom of David, the catastrophe of Samaria and Jerusalem, to the new exile and return. This is what disclosed itself to them as its meaning and purpose.

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