God is Righteous: Psalm145:17-18

17 Everything God does is right—
the trademark on all his works is love.

18 God’s there, listening for all who pray,
for all who pray and mean it.

Psalm 145:17-18 (MSG)

These verses in the Message bible are beautiful. The trademark of God in all his works is love. A wonderful truth. God’s love shines in all He does! The Lord is righteous in His ways, holy in His work, and forgiving to us. He is merciful and gracious; He listens to our prayers and guides us. He is close to us and knows us by name.

In Psalm 145, David mentions the characteristics of God; He is righteous, praiseworthy, good, compassionate, and trustworthy. We are blessed to have a righteous, loving, listening God.

God is righteous, loves you, and listens to your prayer. Have you reached out to Him in prayer today?

Prayer; Our Heavenly Father, we thank you for your compassion and grace. We are in awe of your righteousness, kindness, and love. Teach us to take our worries to You in prayer. Like the visual beauty of the flowering dogwood, guide us in the beauty of Your Word. In Jesus’ holy and loving name. Amen

I believe in the power of prayer. If you need prayer, I would be glad to pray for you. Leave a comment or message me on the contact page. 🌺 

3 thoughts on “God is Righteous: Psalm145:17-18

  1. This characteristic of God that all he does is with love and in his righteousness is something we can hold onto when we struggle to understand why something is happening and maybe waiting on an answer to prayer. He is a good God, every single thing he does comes from a righteousness the depth of which we do not entirely comprehend.
    Blessings to you Jeanne
    Blessings to you Jeanne

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    1. Hi, Manu! Yes, God does all he does with love and righteousness; what a blessing for us! It is always good to hear from you. Have a joy-filled and blessed week! 💖✨🌹🌺

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