Our heavenly Father has no attribute that is not drenched in his goodness.
Soak that in for just a minute.
Were you taught that God was all-powerful? It's true. But it's not power that delights in mere control. God's power is drenched in his goodness.
Have you heard that God is all-knowing? It's true. But it's not knowledge that lords shame over someone like a blackmailer. God's knowledge is drenched in his goodness.
Did someone convince you that God was everywhere? It's true. But it's not a presence for the sake of keeping tabs on bad behavior like some sort of cosmic spy network. God's everywhereness is drenched in his goodness.
There is no aspect of God, no extension of him, that is not absolutely soaked in his goodness. The goodness of God is like honey--it soaks in, makes everything it touches sticky and sweet, and will not be ignored. The goodness of God is like wine--aromatic and intoxicating, making the one who drinks aware of the beauty of every drop--and the bottle never goes empty. The goodness of God is like oil pressed from the fruit of the olive tree--it is rich and comforting as it brings out the natural flavors of whatever is dipped in it.
When Moses says, "God, show me your glory!" hear what God replies:
"I will cause all my goodness to pass in front of you, and I will proclaim my name, the Lord, in your presence" (Exodus 33:19 NIV).
What if you said yes to him today, in all his goodness? Today, could you let yourself be like a child in a summertime sprinkler? Soaked to the bone in all that God is? Hands in the air and wet hair clinging to your face? Licking the drops of water that fall from your nose to your lips?