Brothers and sisters,
The Bible consistently describes God as good. When God revealed Himself to Moses and the nation of Israel, it was in these terms:
The Bible also says this about the eternal, Creator God:
If a gift is “good,” it ultimately comes from God—the unchanging God (Malachi 3:6). “Good” is the consistent scriptural description of the nature and actions of God. In the Bible’s earliest revelation about God and His creative acts, the word “good” is used repeatedly. God described as “good” the things He made on the various days of creation, and the overall work of creation was summarized as “very good” (Genesis 1:4, 10, 12, 18, 21, 25, 31).
Speaking about the Lord our God, the Psalmist said,
According to the Bible, God is good.
Who defines “good”? Why do people differ in how they define “good”?
Yours in Christ,