God is faithful to all His promises, nor can He fail, or deceive; He is all wise and foreknowing of everything that comes to pass; He never changes His mind, nor forgets His word; and He is able to perform, and is the God of truth, and cannot lie; nor has He ever failed in any one of His promises, nor will He suffer [allow] His faithfulness to fail; and this is a strong argument to hold fast a profession of faith.
God's ways don't change. And His promises are for us all. Throughout the history of God’s people, we see time and time again, that God had the bigger truth and already had the strategy for the battle His children were facing. He’s never blindsided or without a strategy.
The incoming of God as expressed in the incarnation represents a beautiful expression of this simultaneous revealing and withdrawal, for in the Incarnation the mystery of God is not dissipated but rather deepened. The mystery is not unmasked, but rather dwells with us, in our midst. The mystery is thus not overcome in the Incarnation but rather encountered there.
William Marrion Branham, Pastor Mensa Otabil, Martin Luther King Jr., William F. Kumuyi, Dag Heward Mills, Peter Nii Korley, Benson Andrew Idahosa, Kenneth E. Hagin, Brian Houston, Smith Wigglesworth, Bishop Tudor Bismark, John C. Hagee, David O. Oyedepo, Jerry J. Panou, Ikechukwu Joseph, Benny Hinn, Chris Oyakhilome, Mike Murdock, Ravi Zacharias, Priscilla Shirer, Paul A. Adefarasin, Joseph Prince,