(Proverbs 30:29 KJV) There be three things which go well, yea, four are comely in going:
In the KJV you miss the point that a Hebrew word is used twice. In the NASB it is “stately” (3190) both times. The KJV has “well” and “comely”. Of the three I think “well” is the best choice. It is translated dozens of ways but combinations that use “well” in some way are the most common. The root idea is pleasing, bringing gladness, goodness.
I think we can take away from this the acceptance that life has its good components. The illustrations in the next verse may not rev your engines, I don’t identify with a goat, but keep in mind this was written in a time when wealth was often measured in how many goats you owned. Life can be good. God’s blessings are real. Part of the promise God gives us is that if we live according to His law we will avoid certain problems and if we live in joyful obedience under grace we will also see that many disasters steer around us.
So? Life has its up’s and down’s. Without God’s active grace they would be crashes and explosions instead. Be thankful. If you can’t think of anything else be grateful that wealth is no longer measured in goats.