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I wish you had explained "His Word by His Word"; it is not a common phrase. But your question caught my eye because it's about God's promises, and I have struggled with doubt about them myself. As I studied His Word, the tempter's question, "does God keep His promises?" morphed into "God doesn't do a good job keeping His promises, even to Jesus, does He?" ...


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Usually when these sort of statements are made it is due to the infinity of God. The concept works like this. As God has no boundaries he has no parts or pieces of personality. He is only one boundless being, no more loving then just, no more holy then wise but infinite in all his qualities. In this sense you could say all his properties are identical in ...


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If you are talking in a general sense (whether God's promises will be fulfilled in a general manner) then the answer is of course yes according to Catholic teaching (and most other branches of Christianity) as that is a necessary consequence of God's omnipotence and His faithfulness (cf. 215-217). On the other hand, if you are asking whether an individual ...



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