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What are the five promises of God?

The Bible speaks of many promises made by God throughout its pages. Five of the most significant promises of God are as follows:

1. Salvation – The Bible tells us that through faith in Jesus Christ, all who accept Him as their Lord and Savior will be saved from the penalty of sin and will have eternal life with God (John 3:16; Romans 10:9–10).

2. Protection – God promises to always be with us and to protect us from harm (Psalm 91; Deuteronomy 31:6).

3. Provision – God wants us to trust Him to provide for our needs and keep us safe in times of difficulty (Philippians 4:19; Matthew 6:25–34).

4. Guidance – God promises to lead and guide us, no matter how difficult the journey (Psalm 23; Proverbs 3:5–6).

5. Hope – No matter what circumstances we find ourselves in, we can be sure that God will remain faithful and He will always bring us hope of a better tomorrow (Romans 8:28; Jeremiah 29:11).

How many are the promises of God in the Bible?

The Bible is full of promises from God, though it is impossible to say exactly how many are included. However, according to Bible scholars, there are around 3,000 verses in the Bible that contain God’s promises.

The promises of God cover many topics including guidance, redemption, protection, provision, blessing, and peace.

Examples of promises from God can be found throughout the Bible. For example, in Isaiah 41:10 God promises, “So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.” In Matthew 6:33, God promises, “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” There are also countless other examples throughout Scripture of God’s unconditional love, mercy, and grace.

Ultimately, the promises of God show his faithfulness, comfort, and hope for believers. While we may not be able to count the exact number of promises from God in the Bible, we can rest assured knowing that God is with us and that he has made infinitely more of them.

What is God’s first promise in the Bible?

God’s first promise in the Bible is found in Genesis 3:15. In this verse, God promises to put enmity between the serpent (Satan) and the woman who represent humanity. He promises that there will always be a struggle between these two opposing forces throughout human history, and that ultimately the offspring of the woman will eventually defeat Satan and his forces.

God then promises that he will “bruise” the head of the serpent in this struggle, thus assuring humanity of their ultimate victory. This promise is foundational to the Christian faith, and has been fulfilled in Christ’s death on the Cross.

What are God’s unconditional promises?

God provides us with many unconditional promises in the Bible. One such promise is from Jeremiah 29:11, which states: “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” This is a reassuring promise that God is in control of our future and will protect us and provide us with a hope and purpose.

Other unconditional promises from God include His promises to forgive us of our sins (Psalm 103:12), to provide for our needs (Matthew 6:33), and to be there for us in all our troubles (Psalm 23:4). Not only that, but we have the additional promise of God’s love and faithfulness to us (1 Corinthians 13:13).

In a world that seems chaotic and unpredictable, these promises of God’s never-ending accompaniment, guidance, and love are some of the strongest foundations that we can take comfort in.

What Scripture says God keeps his promises?

The Bible is full of scriptures that attest to the fact that God is faithful and will keep his promises. In Psalm 89:34, the psalmist writes, “I will not break my covenant or alter what my lips have uttered.”

God’s promises are always kept, and his faithfulness is beyond measure. In 2 Corinthians 1:20, it says, “For all the promises of God find their Yes in him. That is why it is through him that we utter our Amen to God for his glory.”

We can be confident that when God makes a promise, he will keep it. In Luke 1:45, Elizabeth rejoices to Mary, “Blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfillment of what was spoken to her by the Lord.” God keeps his promises.

Isaiah 46:11 declares, “I have spoken, and I will bring it to pass; I have purposed, and I will do it.” Indeed, God is faithful and will fulfill his Word. He will always keep his promises.

What is the strongest promise you can make?

The strongest promise I can make is that I will always do my best to stay true to my word. I will always strive to be responsible for my commitments, and accept my obligations without fail. I understand that promises are more than just words—they reflect my character and integrity—and I will work hard to ensure that my promises are kept and my values upheld.

I recognize that life can be unpredictable and that things do not always go as planned. I promise to continue to work hard and use my best efforts to make sure that I can honour my promises and have the courage to accept responsibility for my decisions—no matter what.