God is Good
What you believe about God impacts everything.
“God is Good.” More than a positive thought, theological concept, or Biblical statement—what you do with these three words defines your reality and determines your destiny.
In a world of fear, disease, crisis, torment, uncertainty, and hopelessness, what you believe about God’s goodness reveals how you will respond to the trials and circumstances of everyday life. Your view of God impacts everything!
Respected pastor and bestselling author, Bill Johnson presents his new groundbreaking series that calls believers to build their lives on one unshakeable foundation: the assurance that God is Good.
Ideal for small groups, church classes, and personal study, God is Good features 8 dynamic sessions recorded live at Bethel Church and 8 weeks of powerful, interactive discipleship training.
God's goodness isn't just theology, but a call to an encounter that will recalibrate our lives. In this foundational teaching, you will learn about encountering God's goodness, the importance of seeing Him rightly, and how understanding God's goodness can help you stand firm in difficult times.
Eden reflected God's intention for humanity: that we might dwell in His glory forever. As God's children, we now have a mission to partner with Him in restoring the glory lost at the fall. You'll explore in this session the importance of being made in the image of God, the connection between identity and fruitfulness, and the authority and victory you have been given in Jesus to reclaim glory.
The Bible tells us God is the same yesterday, today, and forever, and that Jesus revealed the Father in all He did. So why does God in the Old Testament seem so different from Jesus in the Gospels? This week, we will explore the purpose of the Old Covenant and the significance of understanding sins effects on the world. We will gain a new perspective on God's goodness as we more fully understand the power and victory Jesus gives us in the Gospel.
In the book of Exodus, Moses prayed Let me know Your ways, that I might know You. Knowing God's nature invites us to know His heart, putting us in a position to worship in response to His Presence. This week, you will learn how God's goodness is connected to His Presence, why seeing His goodness changes us, and how keeping an affectionate heart toward the Lord can change the world around us.
In today's world, there is trouble all around us--it isn't hard to see. How can we maintain a position of trusting God's goodness, even when we're surrounded by doom and gloom Circumstances may set us up to feel hopeless, but our souls are anchored by His character. You'll discover in this session how God's judgment is connected to His goodness and how His desire to bless us brings the world to fear Him. You will also gain a fresh perspective on end times as you approach them in light of the Lord's goodness.
Jesus Christ is perfect theology--everything we want to know about God can be found in Him. With His perfect life, death, and resurrection, He perfectly revealed the Father's heart to the world. You will discover this week how Jesus manifested the Father and how every aspect of His earthly ministry points back to the One who sent Him.
God brings His children from one degree of glory to another--Isaiah 9 says there will be no end to the increase of His government. Though we will certainly experience setbacks and disappointments, God is capable of taking our worst day and turning it into our best. In this teaching, you will learn the difference between God's fixed will and His dreams and desires and why it's so important to give up our need for answers in exchange for His healing presence.
What if Christianity wasn't about knowledge to discover but a mystery to embrace? God promises us that all things work unto good for those who love Him, but of course, we will face trials and hardships here on earth. In this last week, you will hear about why it's crucial we focus on wonder instead of what ifs, how to rest in the Lord even when you don't have answers, and the relationship between quiet trust and bold faith.