Posted by: Pure Glory | 08/07/2022

Think About The Goodness Of God

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, forgives, and directs our lives. He talks to us and nurtures us, He gives us so much more than we give him.

Think about how God brings love, savor and flavor to our lives. He gives us peace in chaos. Talk about his deeds and goodness to others.

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  1. We will never know all the calamities that God protects us from…that in itself is the blessing.

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    • Amen! God protects us so much more than we know!

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  2. Yes! Open our eyes, Lord to behold Your goodness and majesty!!

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  3. Glory to God!!! we need to learn to count our blessings and thank you more

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    • God I so good to us! Meditating on his goodness changes everything! Hallelujah!

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  4. Reblogged this on osarobohenry.

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  5. So lovely!

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  6. Yes

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