SDG – An Explanation

This is a word-for-word repost of my original explanation of the acronym SDG which appears often in my blog and emails. – ed. note

You may have noticed I sign off lots of my posts (and emails, too, incidentally) with the letters SDG. I realized the other day that some might not understand where that comes from or what it means. SDG = Soli Deo GloriaThis phrase is Latin and it is translated as “to God alone be the Glory”. It is one of “five solas” which summarized the doctrine of the protestant reformation. J.S. Bach wrote these letters at the end of each piece of music he composed. In my Bible class my senior year (it was senior year, right Andi?), our teacher, Roy Lowrie encouraged us to live our lives only for the Glory of God…

This is my prayer, that God will be glorified in all that I do.

Blessings to you all.


2 Responses

  1. I never knew about this SDG thing before. It sounds good, and I’m thinking about using it myself in my own blog.

  2. So then what you are saying is that you plagerized this saying!

    Just kidding Matty, keep up the God work.

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