Here’s a great idea:  God is in a good mood!  Yes, He is.  Here are some concepts to mull over.

And God can give you more blessings than you need. Then you will always have plenty of everything—enough to give to every good work.1  Because God IS good and because He loves you, not only is He able to give you more blessings than you need but He is eager and WILLING to do so! 2

Give thanks to the Lord because he is good. His love continues forever.3  God’s love for us continues forever—it’s nonstop!  And His goodness towards each one of His children is nonstop.  That’s another way to say that He’s in a good mood.  He views each one of us as the person that He has created us to be, fulfilling His call upon our lives and bringing glory to the Kingdom of God.  How could He not be in a good mood when He thinks of us with perfect love4 so therefore His expectations for us are good?

QuotationGod describes Himself as gracious and compassionate, slow to anger and abounding in love. God is good and, by nature, in a good mood.
~ Sourcehttp://bssm.net/about/corevalues

God is good and His nature influences everything about Him. His own goodness and love for His creation keeps Him in a “good mood,” which is a human concept, of course.  It’s a wonderful way to think of God, though; because thanks to Jesus, we are able to communicate with and approach the Lord always, for any reason.6 Hurray!

  1. 2 Cor 9:8
  2. Mat 8:3; Mk 1:41; Lk 5:13; Jer 29:11; Ps 35:27; 37:4; Mal 3:10; Php 4:19; Mt 6:33; Eph 1:3
  3. Ps 136:1
  4. 1 Cor 13:4-8
  5. Ps 103:8-14; Num 14:18; Zep 3:17; Gal 5:22-23; Mat 7:11; Ex 34:5-7
  6. Heb 4:16; 2 Cor 5:18; 20; Eph 3:12

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