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God Keeps His Promises

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Simeon Ngezahayo
April 26, 2013
Sure, God keeps His promises! The most of all I like is that "all that are born again of water and the Spirit will inherit the kingdom of heaven" (John 3:5). Make haste and be born again so as to inherit this beautiful kingdom, and all other things shall be added unto you (Matthew 6:33). [delete comment]
Ephrem Hagos
April 25, 2013
God surely keeps his promises to all those who want to know him personally by means of his consistent self-revelations, in general, according to the Scriptures; and, in particular, based on Christ's death on the cross. It works! (Matt. 27: 50-56; John 19: 30-37) [delete comment]

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