Glory to God who wears a thousand titles of grandeur and majesty and effulgence and forbids that man appropriate to himself any laurels or merit.
A new arrangement, the Bullet Journal, for getting my daily items done, includes giving glory to God. It’s the crown of the ten-item list, yet to be found in popular books on the subject of personal organization.
In all one does, glory should be given to God. “Whatever you do, do everything for the glory of God” 1Co 10.31 NET. But the purpose behind the activity needs to be explicit. So this is the meta-item that takes them all in.
Glory to God for creating husband and wife, children and families, to provide intimacy and love, to give a place for acceptance, and to hint at the greater, eternal relationship with the heavenly Father in Christ.