River of Kindness

You’re kind and tenderhearted to those who don’t deserve it and very patient with people who fail you. Your love is like a flooding river overflowing its banks with kindness. God, everyone sees your goodness, for your tender love is blended into everything you do. You are the Lord who reigns over your never-ending kingdom through all the ages of time and eternity! You are faithful to fulfill every promise you’ve made. You manifest yourself as kindness in all you do.” Psalms 145:8‭-‬9‭, ‬13

None of us can ever come to a place where we can demand God’s kindness, because we remain undeserving of it, if not for Yeshua.

Kindness is a character trait possessed by someone who is immensely friendly, generous and considerate. I know kind people, but I don’t think anyone would suffice this trait in its wholeness, except God Himself.

When the psalmist emphasizes on His kindness, He is affirming that this Kind God is on a mandate of considering undeserving people to show forth His glory and goodness. So that, they are drawn to the purity of His grace, mercy and abundance. Kindness is an act of benevolence. Which means, there is no unexpressed love, compassion, generosity and forgiveness.

Because He is Kind, He remains faithful to all His promises. The greatest of all is, He will not fail to price you with His presence, when you draw near to Him today.


6 Comments Leave a comment

  1. Surely God’s kindness is beyond our comprehension and we don’t deserve it.I know I don’t deserve it by any means yet it pleased him to extend it to me; for that nothing will ever separate me from him.

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  2. God never fails. His kindness is everlasting…no matter what. I like that you brought out this characteristic of the Almighty. We often talk about His mercy and His grace, but not so much His kindness. Thttp://stylingrannymama.com/hank you for a fresh perspective. – Amy


  3. “…for tender love is blended into everything you do.” – I love this part of the verse. So often we miss the tender love around us. It’s often not showing but rather something we need to be on the lookout for.


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