Be Grateful for God is Faithful

Be Grateful for God is Faithful

According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, the word faithful means “steadfast in affection or allegiance, firm in adherence to promises, and given with assurance.”

God’s character is the true definition of what faithful means. His faithfulness is sufficient in every circumstance, including the most enjoyable and the most difficult. No matter what, God keeps His covenant promise with those who believe in Him, which is given with assurance through His word.

I don’t know about you but sometimes I fail to see God in every circumstance no matter how big or how small. When I go about planning out my day, it doesn’t seem necessary to have God in the moments when life seems unimportant. Yet God is always present and working in and through us every second of every day.

Scriptures on the Faithfulness of God

God’s Reveals His Faithfulness through His Word. We can turn to the Scriptures to see the faithfulness of God. His Word deserves praise because it is trustworthy. God is a faithful God who can be trusted to fulfill all of the promises that He has said in His Word. Just look at the story of Jesus – He is the fulfillment of all of God’s promises.

Psalm 33:4-5: “For the word of the Lord is right and all His work is trustworthy. He loves righteousness and justice; the earth is full of the Lord’s unfailing love.” 

Deuteronomy 7:9: “Know that Yahweh your God is God, the faithful God who keeps His gracious covenant loyalty for a thousand generations with those who love Him and keep His commands.”

2 Timothy 2:13: “If we are faithless, He remains faithful, for He cannot deny Himself.” 

Psalm 117:2: “For His faithful love to us is great; the Lord’s faithfulness endures forever. Hallelujah!” 

Three Reasons to Be Thankful for God

There are so many reasons to be thankful for God. Praise the Lord daily and show Him your gratitude for all that He has done in your life. When you count your blessings, be sure to give thanks to God for every good and perfect gift comes from Him. Let’s take a moment to stop and reflect on God’s faithfulness.

Be Thankful – God is Faithful

Do you remember the Israelites who proved to be unfaithful to God? Well God proved that His loyalty is unfailing and unending. All believers can lack faith or trust in God at some point. However, God is always with you. In His faithfulness, He will continually call you back to Himself and His mission. He is so good that He provides for our every need. He is faithful and meets our physical, emotional and spiritual needs. He gives us a sense of belonging through fellowship and community. He heals the broken and the wounded. Give thanks because God is always faithful and dependable.

Be Thankful – God Sent His Son

God is so good that He sent His One and Only Son, Jesus Christ, to die on the cross for undeserving sinners. This is the greatest testimony to His faithfulness. All we have to do to remind ourselves of God’s faithfulness is to look towards Jesus. As a result, we should be bursting at the seams with joy and gratitude because of this unbelievable gift. 

Be Thankful – God’s Love Endures Forever

Give praise because God is good and His faithful love towards us is unwavering and everlasting. God’s love endures forever. This is a simple but powerful promise. Enduring love does not change, it remains strong and unyielding, and it remains strong during all circumstances. God uses His Word to help remind us of the magnificent love God has for us. He definitely deserves our thanks!

Next time you feel that God is not present, turn to His word and pray that He may reveal Himself to you. Always remember God is with you and Jesus has overcome.

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