“Then Moses said, “Now show me Your glory.” And the Lord said, “I will cause all My goodness to pass in front of you, and I will proclaim My name, the Lord, in your presence.” – Exodus 33:18-19
“You are good, and what You do is good;
teach me Your decrees.” – Psalm 119:68
Today, I declare Your goodness. When I can’t see it. When I can’t feel it. When my life doesn’t reflect it. You are good.
When voices whisper that You have looked away, I will say that You are good. When my mind wonders where You’ve gone, I will say that You are good. When panic rises higher than faith, I will say that You are good.
When peace flows like a river once more, I will say that You are good. And when life is hard and the pain is unrelenting, I will say that You are good.
Because You have said that You are always good, and I believe You.
Today, I will choose to remind my soul that You are good, that everything You do is good, and Your glory is Your goodness.
Today, I refuse to let circumstances define who You are. I will not base Your goodness on my definition of “good”, but I will choose to take You at Your word. I will declare Your glory over my life, on mountains and in valleys. In joy and in pain, in weakness and strength. When I feel it and when I don’t.
You are good.