He has never let me go.
He has never abandoned me.
He has never unjustly chastened me.
He has never been unkind, or vicious, or mean spirited.
He has never withheld his love.
He has never forgotten me.
He has loved me with an everlasting love.
His right hand has led me, even when I pulled away from him.
When I was faithless, He was faithful.
He was my shield and my guard, even when I didn’t see it.
He has answered countless prayers, in ways I didn’t see or understand, but also in miraculous ways that I did see.
He has taught me how good he is.
He has been my comforter.
He has been my friend.
He has been my teacher and counselor.
He has been my encouragement and my buffeter, my stronghold and safe place.
He has redeemed me from the pit of hell. He not only made me, gifted me with life, but then he bought me back when I was lost in sin. He gave his son, he died a painful disgusting, terrible death, so that his blood would pay for my rebellious and selfish and wicked ways.
And after he bought me back, He called me lovely beloved child of God, co-heirs with his perfect, beautiful son. He gave me an inheritance I didn’t deserve. He called me righteous and chosen.
He picked me up, turned me around, set my feet on a solid ground, Hallelujah!
He gave me hope and a future, his plans prospered me and gave me peace.
He set me in a family where I was taught of him and brought to him, and loved and accepted.
He brought me a husband who is faithful and wonderful and fun and forgiving. He gave me a beautiful home in a peaceful nation where I enjoy freedom and prosperity and the luxury of fellowship with other believers, and the chance to choose my days and my ways.
He gave me three beautiful and intelligent and compassionate children, and the fun of spending every day with them.
He gave me a thousand beautiful people to surround me, and fill my life with conversation and laughter and beauty and support and adventures in music and art and hiking and swimming and bonfires and food and warm affection.
He gave me every beautiful thing on this earth for my enjoyment- mountains and sunsets and rainbows and ballet and puppies and the Caribbean waters and the dark woods of Alaska and the happy tulips in spring. And then he gave me his word- to guide me to what is best, to warn me of what is wrong, to lead me in the way everlasting.
He gives me each new morning, like a little gift, unwrapped, a new chance to find more of Him, and how wonderful He is, and how wonderful it is to walk after him, to search for him and find him like a hidden treasure.
He gave me the heritage of thousand upon thousands of righteous ones, a bright cloud of witnesses, who have already gone before me and danced out lives of faith, full of pain and glory and joy and sorrow, and he gave me the blessing of their testimony- written and spoken and sung, all of us like the blind feeling the elephant, and describing to each other a bit of the Lord that we are experiencing, so that only together we can get a glimpse of the Great, Glorious, wonderful God that He is!
He gave me a future- an eternity of further up and further in, where each day is a new beginning of the bright, great joy it will be to know Him, really know Him, the way He knows us.
And he knows me, He really knows me. He sees to the depth of my heart, and He loves me. He sees where I stumble, where I fall, and he lifts me up, and tenderly nurses my wounds, and he makes all things work for my good, and he goes ahead of me and prepares my way, and he doesn’t scold me over my failures, but overwhelms me with his generous grace. He genuinely cares for me, and wants to see me succeed- to become just as his Son is- fully loved and fully loving. He is not slow to forgive, He is not lax in his provision for me. He is abundant, overflowing, He is good, always.
There is a lot more. But do you know what? He would do the same for you, if you want.