God’s Promises

Has God Promised You Anything?

I recently experienced firsthand a broken promise.  A young man I know sat with me and told me that he would do something and then turned around and stood me up.  I was a little irritated because a promise should be a promise.  But this is the fruit of human fallacy.

Maybe you have experienced something similar.  A promise not kept in a relationship.  A promotion that you were promised on your job.  A promise made isn’t always kept.  BUT with God all His promises are kept.

As I was reading through the book of Joshua I stumbled over a verse that completely intrigued me.  Joshua 21:45, "Not a word failed of any good thing which the Lord had spoken to the house of Israel.  All came to pass."

If God speaks it, it will happen.  Everyone of His promises are true and they will come to pass.  As a matter of fact Paul said it this way, "All the promises of God are yes!"  What God has promise you will come to pass.  Joshua said, "Not a word that God spoke failed."  That means that every promise from cover to cover of the Bible will happen for you.  Every promise that God has spoken to your heart will come to pass.

Maybe it is the promise that your loved ones will be saved.  It could be that miracle you need in your finances.  It could be that open door you need to get where you are going.  ALL will come to pass.  Not some but ALL!  God doesn’t just tell you what you want to hear.  If He says something you can take it to the bank.

Hang on to those promises!  Don’t let go of what God has spoken to you.  All will come to pass.  You can count on it!

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