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God Cannot Lie… It’s impossible!

Did you know that it is *impossible for God to lie? That means He could not lie even if He wanted to. He cannot tell an untruth. Why? Because what He says simply is. Suppose God had a towel in his hand that was white. If He said “This towel is blue” guess what? It would TURN blue. Because He is Creator of the universe, His Word is action and it remains. When God commanded “let there be light”,  the sun began to shine, and it has not stopped since.

This is why it is important to study and know God’s Word for yourself so that you can take hold of His promises in your mind and heart and watch them come to fruition in your life. It’s wonderful to go to church but it’s also important to read the bible and ask God to reveal His word to you personally. I promise you that He will. For every problem, there is a solution. The bible is a roadmap for life.

I remember at one point I was very ill. I had been dealing with a particular health issue for years. I had gone to several doctors and none of them were offering solutions that I felt comfortable with. God began to consistently lead me to the scripture about the woman who had enough faith to press through the crowd just to touch the hem of Jesus’ garment. After reading the story over and over, the scripture began to come alive to me. I wasn’t just reading it as a story that happened long ago, but more so as a prophecy for my own life.  I knew God was going to heal me & that my faith would make me whole. The manifestation had not happened yet, but I knew it was coming. 

I finally settled on having a major surgical procedure. Initially, I was scared because I had heard so many horror stories from people that could not walk, drive, or even sit upright for about 3 weeks because they were in so much pain after the surgery. But I prayed and reminded God that He promised to heal me and I didn’t want to suffer or be in all that pain.  And He honored that prayer!  I stayed in the hospital for 4 days.  On the second day, I got up and walked around the ward.  When I left the hospital, I walked out (most people are wheeled out in a wheelchair).  I had no pain at all. 3 days after leaving the hospital, I lifted up the garage door, got in my car and drove myself to the store (totally against doctors orders & don’t tell my mama!).  After 2 weeks, I was ready to go back to work but I had already taken off 6 weeks so I didn’t. (smile).  I have walked in complete healing every day since and I know it was God’s doing. He said that He would heal me and He did. It’s impossible for Him to lie!

When you are struggling and stressed, its hard to feel that God is really with you, but I promise you that He is, every step of the way. He is El Roi, the God who sees.  Sometimes there are injustices that happen, but God sees. Sometimes you will face pain, sorrow, loss, tragedy and trauma but God sees… And because He sees, you can count on him to rectify the matter and make all wrongs right. God always has a way of turning things around for your good, even if it doesn’t happen right away will happen.

God loves you. He has specific plans just  for you and His promises  for you are sure. He cannot lie. What He says simply is… What is God saying to you today?

*People swear by someone greater than themselves, and the oath confirms what is said and puts an end to all argument.  Because God wanted to make the unchanging nature of his purpose very clear to the heirs of what was promised, he confirmed it with an oath.  God did this so that, by two unchangeable things in which it is impossible for God to lie, we who have fled to take hold of the hope set before us may be greatly encouraged. We have this hope as an anchor for the soul, firm and secure. -Hebrews 6: 16-19

One comment on “God Cannot Lie… It’s impossible!

  1. Kara
    March 30, 2012

    So ENCOURAGING! This shows some incredible faith and I’m glad you shared. He is definitely a God who cannot lie, AMEN.


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