“Good?” questioned another. “What do you mean good? That’s one of the worst meals I’ve ever paid for. It was horrible!” “Not so fast,” said another. “Part of it was really bad and part was fairly good. At least, that’s my opinion.” “Good” is in the eye of the beholder. You and I might experience the same event together - as the meal mentioned above - but have entirely different opinions about it. But when the author of Psalm 100 was ending his thoughts about God, he said, “For the Lord is good and His love endures forever.” He was convinced that “God was good.” In fact, this entire Psalm is written as a Psalm that expresses his reasons to give thanks to God.
September 27, 2022
Seeds of Hope