God Never Fail Promises: He is Ever Faithful
One of the mysterious things about God is that he has never failed and will never fail. He’s not a man that lies or breaks promises.
People change, but our God does not change. He is the same today, tomorrow and forevermore.
Thy faithfulness is unto all generations: thou hast established the earth, and it abideth. (Psalms 119:90 KJV)
He is ever faithful. A man can make a promise today only to wake up tomorrow and change his mind. Our God isn’t like this.
Unlike man, God is consistent and one-faced. He’s always true to His words, no matter the circumstance. He is ever faithful; he keeps promises.
God will remain true to his words, and he will keep them under whatever circumstance so that all people can glorify his name.
Yea, there are times when it seems what God has said concerning you isn’t coming to pass, or you can’t see the manifestation of what He has promised. This only happens when you have failed to do your own part. Yea, there is a part you to play: you need to have faith in him.
The Reiteration of God’s Faithfulness
A direct reference to this topic can be read from the Bible when King David witnessed many goodnesses of God and recounted some of them in return appreciations (to the Creator).
King David, the man of God recounted Jehovah’s efforts that lead Israelites out of the land of Egypt and brought them to the Promised Land – A land flowing with “milk and honey.” David stated,
“When they went from one nation to another, And from one kingdom to another people, He permitted no man to do them wrong; Yes, He rebuked kings for their sakes, Saying, “Do not touch my anointed ones, and do my prophets no harm.”(1 Chronicles 16:20-22 NKJV).
God’s faithfulness can also be traced to his relationship with the Hebrews/ Jewish people.
Thousands of years ago, He made a covenant with Abraham and that still holds till today.
Let’s take a look at more examples of God’s faithfulness in the Bible.
To Noah – God made a covenant with Noah that he would protect him and his family when he wanted to destroy the earth. God said,
And behold, I, even I, do bring a flood of waters upon the earth, to destroy all flesh, wherein is the breath of life,