Glory Magazine hosted the first ever cover photo contest for members of the Buckhannon Photo Club. The theme of the photos was to reflect the beauty of West Virginia and what they felt contributed to the state motto of “Almost Heaven, West Virginia.” Entrants did not disappoint and a variety of gorgeous photos were submitted. […]

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Have you ever sat and pondered the fact that you are made mostly of water? How can that be? Water may be a physical element that flows but, just like the universe, there is something that keeps it together in us. Something also keeps the seas from going no further; a boundary. We have skin […]

Angela Errett

Rolling down an unmarked road in North Carolina, it occurred to me that even though there was no yellow center line, people still knew where the boundary was and what they should be doing as they operated their vehicles. Hum… and THAT got me thinking. Lesson one: boundaries • Lesson two: the law • Lesson […]

Angela Errett

One of my great joys is tending my garden. This past week, our daylilies and Asiatic lilies have been at their peak, painting our backyard with every color of the rainbow. That beauty coupled with the sweet aroma is truly a revelation of God’s glory. It brings to mind Jesus’ words in Matthew 6:28-29 (RSV). […]

Revealing God's Glory

  By Bob Jacobus Message delivered at Breath of God Worship, Buckhannon, WV, April 15, 2018.   Worthy, Holy, Risen… These three words form a music-like cord that describes the beauty of the Lord. His Glory. They point towards who He has been, who He is, and who He always will be. The same yesterday, […]

Bob Jacobus

We welcome Alan Tucker as a new contributor to Glory Magazine where he will be ‘Revealing God’s Glory’ through his God-given talent and passion for photography.   A few weeks ago during my evening prayers, I asked God to reveal to me how I could better serve Him. The following morning, I sat down at […]

Revealing God's Glory

By Angela Errett Today it seems as though the word excellent has been lost from our vocabulary. It has been diminished, moved to the back of the line, and cheapened to the point of changing to the opposite of its intended meaning or cast as a ‘bad’ thing. What is wrong with being excellent? Nothing […]

Angela Errett

  Roby was about seven years old when his grandfather told him all about Jesus. Up to that point, his parents would read him bedtime stories including the children’s version of “Adam and Eve,” “Noah’s Ark,” “David and Goliath,” “Jacob’s Ladder,” “Baby Jesus,” and others. But this Sunday evening was different. Grandpa Bailey sat beside […]

Angela Errett

  Conclusion to Missouri Allegory from the Feb-Mar 2018 edition of Glory Magazine. There was a man in Missouri who had a fancy for mules. His name was Joshua Ell, and he was one fine man. He could read, he could write, he could do anything any man could do. Joshua also had a special […]

Bob Jacobus

When thinking of a vision, many have the idea that it must be some kind of trance experience. People often have personal visions and do not realize how common they are; it is one of God’s ways of participating in man’s everyday life. Three elements contribute to a reliable interpretation of a vision: identifying a […]

Bob Jacobus