1.God cannot lie.
2.God cannot change.
3.God cannot recall our sins after we've asked for forgiveness.
4.God cannot be the author of confusion.
5.God cannot leave us or forsake us.
6.God cannot go back on His promises.
7.God cannot revoke His gifts.
8.God cannot be pleased without faith.
9.God cannot be defeated.
10.God cannot be too big for our problems.
11.God cannot be too little for our problems.
12.God cannot prefer one person over another.
13.God cannot break His covenant.
14.God cannot revoke His calling.
15.God cannot be unjust.
16.God cannot do anything contrary to the scriptures.
17.God cannot bless a lie.
18.God cannot love sin.
19.God cannot give anything to a double-minded man.
20.God cannot be forced into an impossible situation.
21.God cannot ignore the praises of His people.
22.God cannot be our problem.
23.God cannot be overcome by the world.
24.God cannot be late.
25.God cannot be neutral.
26.God cannot be weak.
27.God cannot bless doubt.
28.God cannot withhold wisdom from those who ask in faith.
29.God cannot be against us.
30.God cannot be limited or confined.
20 Things You Will
Never Receive From God
Second best— Psalm 34:10
Temptation to do evil— James 1:13
A half-hearted love— Jeremiah 31:3
Indifference— Luke 13:34
Forgetfulness— Isaiah 49:15
Insufficient grace—— 2 Corinthians 9:8
Unnecessary discipline—Hebrews 12:5-6
A depleted supply of blessings— Ephesians 1:3
Watered down truth— Psalm 19:7-8
Compromise— Hebrews 6:17-18
Unavailability— Psalm 86:7
Incomplete salvation—Hebrews 7:25
Lukewarmness— Isaiah 9:7
Unkindness— Psalm 63:3
Confusion— 1 Corinthians 14:33
Desertion— Hebrews 13:5
Unwise counsel—1 Corinthians 1:19-31
Empty promises— 2 Corinthians 1:20
Bad timing—Psalm 18:30
An uncaring heart—1 Peter 5:7
Roy Lessin - Dayspring
A Love that never fails
A love that never fails! Hard to imagine, isn’t it?
Has human love ever failed you?
I’m guessing your answer may be,
“Yes it has—more times than I like to admit!”
I Corinthians 13:8
promises that “love never fails!”
Not God’s kind of love anyway.
I sense you may be so thirsty for this type of love.
Those who should have loved you, did not.
Those who could have loved you, didn’t.
You were left at the hospital.
Left at the altar. Left with an empty bed.
Left with a broken heart.
Left with your question, “Does anybody love me?”
Listen to heaven’s answer: God loves you—with a love that never fails.
God loves you with unfailing love!
And His love, if you’ll let it, can fill you!
Come thirsty, my friend, and drink deeply!
From: Come Thirsty