I’ve heard of people who renew their wedding vows, years after their wedding day. This is a visible reminder to each other and to others that they are committed, still.
We can make promises to our kids, family or friends with good intentions. But, what happens if we break a promise? First of all, a trust is broken. A once intentional vow to another has been shattered, ripped apart.
It’s hard to get back the trust from a severed promise, but it’s possible.
As a Christian, we don’t have to worry about God giving promises that He doesn’t intend to keep. He’s been proven trustworthy, time and time again. Promises from God communicate to us His power, and help us sustain our faith in Him. God’s promises cannot be broken.
Why not trust God with your life? He’s promised an everlasting home in eternity for those who believe in His son, Jesus.
If you’ve fallen away from your faith, climb back up and trust in God. Renew your life today with the Promise Keeper.
Philippians 4:19 – “And my God will meet all your needs according to the riches of his glory in Christ Jesus.”