The phrase "glory of God" occurs 17 times in the NASB Bible. The word glory is used to describe honor, praise, splendor, and wonder. It is used of God and men. But the phrase "glory of God" is, of course, used only of God and designates God's greatness (Psalm 19:1), mystery (Prov. 25:2), splendor (Acts 7:55; Rev. 15:7; 21:22), a standard of perfection (Rom. 3:23), a goal (1 Cor. 10:31).