a perfection of his character which he exercises towards his creatures according to their various circumstances and relations (Ps. 145:8, 9; 103:8; 1 John 4:8). Viewed generally, it is benevolence; as exercised with respect to the miseries of his creatures it is mercy, pity, compassion, and in the case of impenitent sinners, long-suffering patience; as exercised in communicating favour on the unworthy it is grace. “Goodness and justice are the several aspects of one unchangeable, infinitely wise, and sovereign moral perfection. God is not sometimes merciful and sometimes just, but he is eternally infinitely just and merciful.” God is infinitely and unchangeably good (Zeph. 3:17), and his goodness is incomprehensible by the finite mind (Rom. 11: 35, 36). “God’s goodness appears in two things, giving and forgiving.”
noun, Informal. 1. someone or something that is positive, encouraging, uplifting, desirable, or the like.
[goo d-nahyt] /ˌgʊdˈnaɪt/ noun 1. a farewell or leave-taking: He said his good-nights before leaving the party.
[goo d-nahyt] /ˌgʊdˈnaɪt/ noun 1. a farewell or leave-taking: He said his good-nights before leaving the party. interjection 1. an expression of farewell used in parting at nighttime or when going to sleep. sentence substitute 1. a conventional expression of farewell, or, rarely, of greeting, used in the late afternoon, the evening, or at night, […]
[goo d-oh] /ˈgʊd oʊ/ British Informal. interjection 1. good (used as an expression of approval, agreement, or admiration). adverb 2. all right. 3. . /ˈɡʊdˈəʊ/ interjection 1. (Brit & Austral) an exclamation of pleasure, agreement, approval, etc adjective, adverb 2. (Austral) all right: it was good-oh, I was getting on good-oh