“….the whole world is filled with His Glory.” (Isaiah 6:3)

The Hebrew here, m’lo kol ha’aretz k’vodo, can also be understood in the following way: The fullness of the world is His Glory!

When we marvel at the vastness of the universe and its incredible beauties — we are overwhelmed by feelings of awe.

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