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The topic, "GREAT IS YOUR MUNIFICENCE" is designed for those who are conscious of elevating and magnifying the righteous character of Supreme Deity because they have gained some existential knowledge to support this claim and to make it appear convincing before men, as their consistent encounter with the Godhead.

Reference: Psalm 71:15 New King James Version (NKJV)

My mouth shall tell of Your righteousness And Your salvation all the day, For I do not know their limits.

The last segment of our versified reference reads:

For I do not know their limits.

The Psalmist analysed his experiences in relation to God's favour upon him and heartily concluded that he did not know their limits. His rewarding encounters with God twirled in his delight as a reminiscence and imaginative expressions that thrilled him. So he used the surbodinate clause, "For I do not know their limits" in expressing the superlative level of the blessings of His righteous acts and salvation.

Simply put, the Psalmist did not know the limits because God's goodness did not descend on him with any limitation. Got it? He couldn't even begin to count them since their number surpassed his cognizance. So he admitted that he did not know the entirety of their integer because they are infinitely and unspeakably more.

Psalm 103:2 reads, "Let all that I am praise the LORD; may I never forget the good things He does for me" (NLT). Beloved, bearing witness to God's perfect ways of being right, His goodness and His merciful acts doesn't mean you know, understand and remember them all. Speaking well or being mindful of the countless ways He delivers you from troubles and unseen dangers is plainly a progressive communication of abundance of His grace, which you have received in Christ Jesus.

God always means to blaze us with His goodness and mercy, meaning that they are not rare in Christ. I mean to say that Christ came to manifest God in our lives - in that manner. And for this reason, I can confidently say: "Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever" (Psalm 23:6 NIV). There is no starved account of God's goodness and mercy in the purpose of Christ's coming on earth and His present dwelling in us. His goodness and mercy are fashioned after divine nature which is "to infinity and beyond."

Zero wonder Hebrews 4:16 reads, "So let us come boldly to the throne of our gracious God. There we will receive His mercy, and we will find grace to help us when we need it most" (NLT). In the throne room, you'll find an uninterrupted bestowal of divine grace and mercy, yet their flow is regulated in accordance with the level of His divine power in us that receives it. In addition, bear in mind that His mercies are unending and are very new every morning (fresh and unused); all the more so, His grace is the inexhaustible riches of His goodness and munificence. Shalom!


Scripture Reading - Psalm 68:19; Lamentation 3:22-23; Psalm 103:2; John 1:16.

Exuberant Declaration:

I acknowledge that I have received the untold magnitude of the love of God manifested in His mystery, namely Christ. For this reason, I proclaim the righteousness of God and the deeds of His salvation all day long, although I do not know their limits. Hallelujah!


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