God Is A Promise Keeper

It is not unusual for casual promises to be made where a commitment is made by someone to do or not do something.

However, when the promise is broken, it can affect our trust in the person who broke the promise and vice versa which is important in a good relationship.

Scripture tells us in Ecclesiates 5:2 to be careful when we make promises to God about what we say to him and not let our feelings cause us to speak to soon.

Unlike the casual promises that are often made the promises of God are rock solid, they are clear commitments made by God Himself because God is faithful.

As recipients of the divine promises of God, we have full assurance that what God has pledged will indeed be realized, in other words what God has said in His word, He will do and what He has promised, He will fulfill (Numbers 23: 19).

We can fully trust in the promises of God. Scripture tells us that the pro of God are all yes and amen in Christ (2 Corinthians 1:20).

In fact , none of Gods promises in the Bible will ever fail.

According to Joshua 23: 14, this is what it says “not one word has failed of all the good things that the Lord your God promised concerning you. All have come to pass for you, not one of them has failed.”

God’s promises are there for His children of the Most High God to take hold of and enforce in our lives based on the finished works of Jesus, on the Cross.

No matter what you face, the one thing you can be sure of are the promises of God in your life.

God cares and what we go through in our life matters to God.

Even the Holy Spirit is a promise from God to all believers.

Keep standing on the promises of God when it comes to anything that concerns you which includes your circumstances.

Cling to the promises of God, He is the one true Promise Keeper.

God is a promise keeper. Take him at his word. He’ll never leave you or forsake you. He’s always with you. He will do what he promised.

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