What’s not to like about good? Plenty, if you look at the following list.
- Good is a four letter word?
- It is not as good as better or best.
- Why settle for good when you can have the best?
- It must be poor or why would it rank below better and best?
- The Joneses don’t settle for good, so why should I?
There is the good sturdy and economical choice stool. It would be serviceable, but it must be bad or less than because it is only $79. I wonder if the paint will hold up? Maybe I should go for the best model at $229? It’s powder-coated. The paint will surely hold up on this one. Well, I really can’t justify purchasing four stools at $229 each! Maybe the better one would do at $149.
You know the routine of justifying because you don’t want to settle for what is only good.
So we may have heard that God is good and we said, “so what?” I want something better; I want the best; I want awesome! I am entitled!
In the last few blogs, we have been exploring awakening our minds to the possibility of getting to know this Father of Glory. Did you know that the same Bible that calls God the Father of Glory also declares God is Good? If beauty is good, why wouldn’t glory be so much better? It becomes paramount that we have a better idea of the meaning of the word good.
Good is more than it is cracked it up to be!
Good really is amazing! And yes, you are entitled by the blood of Jesus to experience this goodness.
Goodness and glory–they go hand in hand.
Meditate on that for 24 hours.
Come back tomorrow and I’ll break down goodness.
Meanwhile keep declaring! Keep singing! Keep dancing!
Mind! Awaken to Possibility!
Marlee Huber ~ For Your Flourishing Life!