This month we’re reflecting on God’s goodness. I was so hit by Psalm 103 I want you to discover His goodness for yourself. Read it here. I love how the psalmist says “Praise the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits-” in verse 2. Like he’s saying I dare you to make a list of all the good qualities of God and see if you can’t keep from praising Him.
Let’s do that. After you read Psalm 103, make a mental list of all the qualities that make our God good. What does He do and not do? How far does His love go? How has He shown up in your own life?
It’s so amazing that verse 4 boasts He redeems us from the pit and then crowns us in mercy. Only a good God does that. One who truly sees, cares, and does something about our need.
Each one of us is a Psalmist, our prayers are songs our bodies can’t contain so they burst out to our God. I want to share a song, a psalm, I wrote after reading Psalm 103. It spilled out as I thought of the new life we get when we first believe in Jesus and profess our faith with our mouths or baptism. It’s my Psalm of thanks to the One who is good, who can transform us at His feet.
Each one of us is a Psalmist, our prayers are songs our bodies can’t contain so they burst out to our God.
At Your Feet by Andrea Chatelain
Andrea Chatelain’s mission is to meet women in their struggles and love them forward with God’s truth. She’s a Midwest mom of three, faith and family writer, and college English instructor to immigrants and refugees. She believes Jesus transforms lives when His people boldly seek Him. Her writing reflects her love for Jesus and heart for fellow believers.
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