God never fails! You can because He did!

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Nothing is impossible with God; you remember that right? He never fails! So, because He did, we can. All things are possible for those who believe, so today let’s walk by faith into every situation, overcoming fear and anxiety with trust and hope in and from God. Let’s cling to the reality that God has already won the victory and He never fails!

God’s Promise of Victory never fails

In the journey of faith, we find assurance in God’s promises through His Word. In Romans 8:31, the Apostle Paul declares,

"What, then, shall we say in response to these things? If God is for us, who can be against us?" 

This verse underscores the unwavering truth that God’s faithfulness ensures our victory. Despite the challenges and uncertainties we face, we can find solace in knowing that God has already overcome every obstacle. His past faithfulness serves as a testimony to His reliability in the present and future. As we meditate on this truth, we are reminded that our triumph is not dependent on our own strength or abilities but on God’s unfailing love and power.

Key Takeaway:

God’s faithfulness guarantees our victory over every obstacle we encounter in life. Our confidence rests not in our circumstances but in the unchanging character of God. As we trust in His promises, we can approach each day with courage and perseverance, knowing that He who began a good work in us will carry it to completion (Philippians 1:6).


In moments of doubt or adversity, let us anchor our hearts in the promises of God. Instead of succumbing to fear or anxiety, let us boldly declare His faithfulness and power. By aligning our thoughts and actions with His Word, we can experience the fullness of His victory in every aspect of our lives.

Walking in Faith that God never fails

As believers, we are called to walk by faith and not by sight (2 Corinthians 5:7). This means trusting in God’s sovereignty even when circumstances seem bleak or uncertain. Hebrews 11:1 reminds us that

"faith is confidence in what we hope for and assurance about what we do not see." 

Our faith is not based on tangible evidence but on the trustworthiness of God’s character. Therefore, even in the midst of trials, we can hold fast to the assurance that God is in control and His plans for us are good (Jeremiah 29:11).

Key Takeaway:

Walking in faith requires a willingness to surrender our fears and doubts to God. It is a conscious choice to believe in His promises despite the challenges we may face. By fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith (Hebrews 12:2), we can navigate life’s uncertainties with confidence and peace.


Let us cultivate a lifestyle of faith by saturating our minds with God’s Word and spending time in prayer. As we surrender our fears and anxieties to Him, let us trust in His faithfulness to guide us through every trial. By stepping out in faith, we can experience the abundant life that God has promised us (John 10:10).

Embracing the Eternal Promise because God never fails

In conclusion, the title “You can because He did! God never fails!” encapsulates the timeless truth of God’s faithfulness and victory. As we reflect on His promises and provision, may we be inspired to walk in unwavering faith, knowing that God is always faithful to fulfill His Word. Regardless of the challenges that lie ahead, let us cling to the assurance that our God never fails. With hearts filled with gratitude and trust, may we press on in faith, confident that He who began a good work in us will bring it to completion.

Today’s Devotional:

This year, I am utilizing the 365 Daily Devotions book I received for Christmas, applying its teachings specifically in the context of fatherhood. It’s called WALKING WITH GOD by DAVID JEREMIAH. It’s exciting to get to learn from a new resource this year as we have tried different options the past two years and will keep working through this one for 2024. For more information about the author and his ministry, visit: DavidJeremiah.org.


Verse: Psalms 77:8 (NIV)

Has his unfailing love vanished forever? Has his promise failed for all time?

Today’s Devotional kicks off speaking to our potential and how it requires that we don’t give up and put in continuous effort. It points to Sir Winston Churchill’s quote “Continuous effort — not strength or intelligence — is the key to unlocking our potential.” and how “we can’t rest on our victories nor wallow in our defeats.” As dads, as today’s devotional says, we need to remember that “even in failure there are benefits to be gained and progress to be made.”

Lessons we learn in our failures

Today’s Devotional points to the reality of how we only can learn certain things through failure. Every day can be a good day as long as we learn from it and move forward. We may learn that something worked or didn’t, either way we learned and need to be continuous students who never stop learning. Let’s be the dads who persevere in the face of trials, troubles, and failures so that we can come out the other side glorifying God and praising all that we learned and accomplished through it. Today’s Devotional shares a quote from “Michael Jordan who understood this concept and said ‘Failure always made me try hard next time.'”

God never fails – so don’t lose hope when you do

Today’s Devotional points us to God’s plan and how God never fails! With this confidence and trust in and from and through God, we can face the ups and downs of life with hope and perseverance and joy. So, let’s be the dads who lean in on God rather than our own understanding, let’s trust in His mercies that are new every morning. Today’s Devotional points us to this verse from Lamentation to help us close out with hope for today:

Because of the LORD’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They are new every morning; great is your faithfulness. -- Lamentations 3:22-23 NIV

Put your trust and your life in God’s hands today and remember that He will never fail, no matter how many times we may.

“Success consists of going from failure to failure without loss of enthusiasm.”


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