The only authority for glorifying and enjoying him is the Bible, which is the word of God and is made up of the Old and New Testaments.
God has used broad strokes across all of creation to reveal his existence. The beauty and order of the universe proclaim to us God's presence. His revelation with his creation is general and crude, when compared to his revelation with the scriptures. The Bible is that document provided through the power of the Holy Spirit upon the hearts of men. Written across many years, but telling one continuous story, Creator rejected by the crown of his creation, man. The Creator graciously reveals himself to man, and seeks to draw man to himself. Through the scripture we are instructed in the character of God. Knowledge of the perfect character of God reveals to us those things which we lack in our own character. The scriptures reveal our wholly dependent reliance on God. Even in our fallen nature, it is only the common grace of God, that has allowed us another day. In realizing our indebtedness to God, we glorify his incomprehensible grace toward us. The scriptures lay out God's desire for mankind. Our gratitude drives us to seek his face and his will. We are driven toward obedience, not out of a desire to win favor, because we are taught in the scripture that we can bring nothing to God. The grace that has reconciled us to God is what also works through our hearts to bring about a change in our souls. Scripture teaches us that delight in found in God. Scripture informs us as to how a creature ought to regard his Creator. When we have been placed in a right relationship with our Creator, then we are able to experience the enjoyment of God that we were created for. This enjoyment is for the glory of God, and not for us primarily. God is glorified when his children enjoy his goodness toward them.