In these Meditations on the Glory of God, Dr. Fowler stimulates our sanctified imaginations to picture our Savior, the One who shed His blood on Calvary for our sins, in His thronal glory providentially governing, passionately seeking the lost, and programming our future. He helps us visualize in anthropomorphic, splendiferous images the glory of God, and enthusiastically describes the New Jerusalem. He brings to our sanctified imaginations the descriptions of the city and what it will be like to live there. He says, "Imagine how it will be to live for God, continually seeing His face, continually finding new opportunities to serve Him, within the splendorous and multicolored activity of that New Jerusalem. Dr. Fowler also shares with his readers God's infinite fullness. "All He is, all He has done, and is doing. Life is only life when life's meaning is to be" 'filled with the knowledge of the glory of the Lord.' Habakkuk 2:14. Samuel W. Fowler was born November 30, 1934, in Washington, DC. He trusted Christ as his Savior October 12, 1954. He received his Th.D. from Dallas Theological Seminary and was professor of Bible and Theology for 43 years. His unique teaching and preaching style reached many students who are now serving the Lord around the world. He also served as interim pastor and full time pastor in churches in Indiana, Virginia, and Maryland. His expertise in Bible and Theology and other fields of interest led to a rich inner life and a deep relationship with the Lord, which has culminated in these Meditations on the Glory of God. Dr. Fowler was ushered into the presence of His Glory on July 11, 2008.