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he goodness of God is a central message in the Bible. This collection of quotes highlights the inherent and absolute goodness of God, and how this goodness is communicated to us.

Quotes about God's Goodness from Christian Leaders

“[The Christian] does not think God will love us because we are good, but that God will make us good because He loves us. . . —C.S. Lewis”

“The cornerstone of all theology is the goodness of God.” - Bill Johnson 

“Everything in the universe is good to the degree it conforms to the nature of God and evil as it fails to do so. —A.W. Tozer

"God is good because He never leaves me, and He never forsakes me." - Jentezen Franklin

"Every day is a gift from God, no matter how old we are." - Bill Graham 

“The highest good, than which there is no higher, is God, and consequently He is unchangeable good, hence truly eternal and truly immortal. All other good things are only from Him, not of Him. For what is of Him, is Himself. - Augustine of Hippo

“The more I studied this word in the Bible, the more one central concept seemed to jump out: God’s goodness conveys His generosity.” - David Jeremiah 

“God is the only being who is good, and the standards are set by Him.” - Francis Chan 

“James tells us that God is good, period. He is not good sometimes; He is always good. Isn't it wonderful to have a God Who is always the same?” - Joyce Meyer

“God can find no infirmity in Himself, and how then can He be moved to forgive us? Even because He is the fountain of goodness and mercy.” - John Calvin 

“The strength of patience hangs on our capacity to believe that God is up to something good for us in all our delays and detours.” - John Piper

Live Everyday in God's Goodness

God's goodness is the basis for everything that exists in this world — including you! It's important to remember that God created everything for his own pleasure (Isaiah 43:7). He made you because he wanted you to be a part of his creation — not because there was something wrong with him or something wrong with his world that needed fixing. God wants you to know that he loves you just as much as he loves anyone else in his creation: "The Lord is compassionate and gracious, slow to anger, abounding in love" (Psalm 145:8).

Because God is so good, we can trust him when he tells us how to live our lives and how to deal with the problems we face daily (1 John 5:14). We don't have to worry about doing anything wrong, because we know God will always do what's right!

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Dec 30, 2022
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