The faithfulness of God is true and has been proven many times. In the “Holy Scriptures,” we can see that God is faithful and His Word is true. In Hebrews 6:18, the scripture tells us, “God cannot lie, nor can He break an unconditional promise that He says He will fulfill,” meaning every covenant God made is kept. Every promise or foretelling has or will come true. Testimony after testimony of God’s faithfulness is certainly found throughout the Bible and is still given in testimonies by people today. The faithfulness of God is evident in His relationship with the Hebrew/Jewish people. God made a covenant with Abraham and has never withdrawn what He has promised.
Though the Jewish people have been scattered around the world, God promised they would return to the land He promised to Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and all of their descendants (Zechariah 8:7-8). God is so faithful that anyone who seeks Him can find Him. Faith is a gift, but even a gift must be opened to be enjoyed. As we implement our faith, we begin to realize more and more about God’s faithfulness to us. Our God is a faithful God and there is no other that can do all He can and has done. Above all things, God loves for us to demonstrate faith (Hebrews 11:6). Faith is trusting in the character of God before we see how He is going to work things out. He has given us His Word, and His promises still stand.
As we see the way He brings His promises to fulfillment, our trust in His faithfulness grows. Just as our trust in other people grows with daily interaction, our trust in God grows the same way. We trust Him when we know Him, and to know Him is to trust Him
. When we know Him, we can rest in His goodness, even when we do not understand the circumstances that seem to contradict it. We can trust that God’s plan for us will prevail (Proverbs 19:21). As a child trusts a loving father, we can trust our heavenly Father to always do what is right.
Remember, God will bless you more abundantly!