Spurgeon on God’s glory

“God’s great design in all his works is the manifestation of his own glory. Any aim less
than this were unworthy of himself. He cannot act for the good of his creatures as an
ultimate aim, for that were for God to be impelled by a motive less great than his
own nature. Since there can be nothing greater than the infinite, and there can be
but one infinite—if the infinite God be moved by an infinite motive which is the only
one worthy of him, that motive must be found in his own glory.”

— Charles Spurgeon

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