Approach: Studying several passages and practice using a lexicon.

Hermeneutic objective: Learning a process of observation and how to find out the meaning of Hebrew concepts.

Theological objective: It is God Himself who defines what His glory is; it is all of His goodness, which is a part of but distinct from His physical person. It encompasses His absolute moral standard and can be seen as a consuming fire.

When God's quality of goodness comes in contact on earth, it sactifies and sets apart areas (Rev 11:1-3), time (Ex 20:8-12; 31:13), objects, and people from the common (profane). Through Jesus Christ, Believers have seen God, see all the goodness of God, and will receive all the goodness of God.