“The Lord is good to all; He has compassion on all He has made.” – Psalm 145:9
Psalm 145 is the final psalm that David wrote. It expresses his worship and love for our ever-lasting God.
A few years ago, I heard someone say, Never use words like, ‘I always do that’, or while talking to someone, avoid saying, ‘You never do that.’ Because as humans, we can’t always be perfect and keep up with everything we say or do, it is also easy to criticize others around us and feel unloving towards those we love. And that is okay; it is human nature. But when it comes to God, there are no such variations. His love is for all of us, equally and enduringly.
If God’s love is abundant, then why do we all have different experiences? Let’s say we compare God’s love to the ocean. Some of us carry a bowl, glass, or bucket. It is up to us how much we open our hearts and worship Him. God’s compassion and mercy are the same for all of us; He does not show partiality in blessing those who seek Him.
Numerous times we are reminded that God’s love is without limits or bounds. The New Testament reveals the greatest form of love in John 3:16, “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life.”