"Holy, holy, holy is the LORD of hosts; the whole earth is full of his glory."
Isaiah 6 is the account of Isaiah's own calling and commission as a prophet. It begins with an amazing vision: standing in the throne room of heaven! God is so huge, that all Isaiah sees is the hem of God's robe - and that fills the entire Temple! Seraphs (literally "fiery ones") are heavenly beings who attend to God (angels?!?). They're present, too! Smoke is everywhere. Thunder-like sounds are abundant. And in the midst of it all, the seraphs are singing, "Holy! Holy! Holy! is the LORD of hosts! The whole earth is full of His glory!" (v.3)
Had we been int he throne room of God, surely we would have said the same thing. But we live on earth. Nevertheless, the whole earth IS full of God's glory - if only we'll look around us. There's beauty & majesty in all Creation: skies, mountains, rivers, lakes, oceans, trees & forests, beaches, flowers, animals, etc. It's an amazingly beautiful world we live in. My father was a National Park Ranger, and I'm grateful for the appreciation of nature & creation he instilled in me.
May I notice the glory of God all around me today... and every day! AMEN.