One of the reasons I love Psalm 145 is because of David’s frequent use of the word “all.” More than ten times in 21 verses, he makes sweeping statements about the scope of God’s love, power, strength, and faithfulness.
He is good to all and has compassion on all He has made.
He is faithful to all His promises.
He is righteous in all His ways.
Because of David’s “inspired love” of the word all, I can be assured that God will always be faithful to all of His promises. I can have confidence that everything He does is righteous. I can be certain of His compassion and love.
I don’t know about you, but it’s a relief for me to know that in an ever-changing world, there is something constant and guaranteed – no exceptions.
Written by Abbey Le Roy, MA in Theological Studies from CIU's Seminary and School of Ministry
"Give us this day our daily bread." Matthew 6:11