How Does GOOD Come To Me?

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Here’s Your 90 second AM Devotional!


Psalm 112:5

Good will come to those who are generous and lend freely, who conduct their affairs with justice.


King David, who is one of the central figures of the Bible, made a powerful statement in this Psalm. He said if you want to have GOOD come to you, three things must happen. 1) You must be a generous person on a regular basis. 2) You must lend freely. 3) You must operate with a spirit of justice about your business affairs at all times. These three consistent, personal operational components will guarantee that more often than not, GOOD will come to you.


If you’ve ever asked the question “How Does GOOD Come to me?” now you know! I’m sure other biblical passages prove there are other ways GOOD comes to people, but this indeed is clear. As I thought and meditated on this passage, I tried to think if I knew of an instance where this biblical formula hadn’t worked. I couldn’t recall a single instance. Scripture is filled with directives on many different topics about how to win in a given situation, and it never fails. Now if you’re out to prove God’s Word to be inconsistent, then it’s useless for me to continue because God’s promises happen in Gods timing. You’ll never put God in a corner and come out victorious. I can only tell you that His promises are YES and AMEN to those who believe. That’s the deal, you gotta believe.


Dear Jesus,

With Your help, I’ll continue to follow Your Word knowing that GOOD will follow back to me. It always has in Your way and in Your time. Amen

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