Posted by: Pure Glory | 09/01/2019

Think On God’s Goodness

by Hazel Straub

I will meditate also of all your work, and talk of your doings. (Psalm 77:12 KJV)

God does mighty wonderful acts for us every day. He protects us from harm, provides for our needs, gives us family, friends and fellow believers. He shows mercy to us and does not treat us as we deserve but redeems us. He loves us and directs our lives. He talks to us and nurtures us,

He gives us so much more than we give him. Think about how he brings savor and flavor to our lives. Talk about his deeds to others. God is so loving and kind to us!

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  1. Amen by meditating on God’s goodness and on who he is, we are empowered to live for him 🙂

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    • Yes! This is truth! When we mediate on God and his goodness we are changed from the inside out. As a man in his heart, his way of thinking, his will and emotions, so is he.

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  2. What an appropriate picture. It seems God’s blessing come in torrents at times. I have so much to share, for outbof our bellies, those who love the Lord, flows the rivers of living water that the world needs today.

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    • So true, Regina! Living water, quenches our thirst and washes us! Blessings!

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  3. Very useful message for our relationship with God, not just on Sundays, but every day!

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    • Yes, it is Peter! When we think on the goodness of God, we are changed for the better. What we think on, we become.

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