Explain What Is Meant in the Bible by the Phrase 'God Is Good'

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Explain what is meant in the Bible by the phrase ‘God is good’ In the Old Testament talks about the creation of the Earth and Universe and how he created the Earth in 6 days and on the 7th day he rested. Most religious believers and Christians would believe that God is good by what is said in the Bible. In the Bible the world is seen as a perfect creation and this view of the world is why many see that God is good as he created a world for us and that he is seen to be omnibenevolent. The ten Commandments are a good example of God setting what is morally right and wrong as people follow the law that god has set as it shows them their sins and that id they follow the law they will be rewarded towards the light. Since God has set them they believe that what they are doing is good as God wouldn’t set a law that was evil and that they should follow the laws as God has set the law and he is omnipotent. God has shown that he is Good through many miracles one being parting the Red Sea to free his oppressed people from slavery and the Egyptians, this again is showing that God in benevolent and will look after the people who will follow him and those who ask for help, which is what Moses did as he was trapped as they could not cross the sea, so Moses asked God what he should do. So God parted the sea as a message to Moses that he had heard him. The goodness of God is featured heavily in the first few chapters of the bible for example in Genesis 2 God saw that it was not good for Adam to be alone and so created a wife for Adam. This shows that God is all caring as he will do anything to make his creation as good as possible. In Genesis 12 when God is talking to Abraham it shows his love for human kind when he says that all the people on the earth will be blessed through you as I will bless those who bless you. He also says “leave your country, your people and your father’s
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