This is a very good description of Jesus. His mind was pure, it had no double motive or hidden sin. Pure can mean single-minded. His pure mind was to make His Father's love known to us. He was so pure minded that He set His face "like flint" to go to the cross. Nothing could deter Him.
Peaceable was the way He lived. He was gentle with each person He met. The exception was the Pharisees. They were hypocrites and the beliefs they taught the people were skewed. And those who turned the House of Prayer into a den of thieves angered him fiercely. Maybe about 3 times the Lord was angry but for the people he had healing and peace. For the little children and for His children of Israel he had gentleness and blessing.
Being intreated is what Jesus came, lived and lives for. We can ask, intreat, Him for any thing. He almost always says yes or no very gently. He also entreats the heavenly Father for us. Anything we need whether it be forgiveness, or a joy filled day He gives our requests, His requests, to Him and the Father listens intently.
Jesus was quite full of mercy and good fruits. He showed mercy to those who needed physical healing, those who were suffering in their sin, those who were hungry to hear Him. Today He pours mercy in our hearts for our soul peace and also for us to give to someone else for their soul peace.
He's without partiality, no favorites. He has enough love for each of us to be His favorite. We don't have to worry, He listens to all his children and answers them according to their need. When He died it was as if we were the only one He had on His mind.
He was the most genuine, living Man, without hypocrisy. That's what He expects of us too. Not perfection but honesty and confession and humility. His life was love and wisdom.