“In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised.” Titus 1:2

Lying is an example of a sin. God, unlike us, cannot sin!

The Bible says that lying is a sin. Since God is perfect, He cannot sin which means God cannot lie. In the book of Titus chapter 1 verse 2, it says, “In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised.” Titus 1:2

“God Cannot Change! For I am the Lord, I change not.” Malachi 3:6

God is the same today, yesterday and tomorrow.

You’re changing every day! Whether it’s your hairstyle, your taste, or your personal style preferences, you’re always growing and changing into a different version of yourself! But God never changes. He is the same God today as He was yesterday, and God will be the same tomorrow too! The Bible tells us that God cannot change in the book of Malachi chapter 3 verse 6. “God Cannot Change! For I am the Lord, I change not.” Malachi 3:6

“Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.” John 3:3

Heaven is a perfect place, where no sin is allowed and nothing bad ever happens. Since every person is born a sinner, God cannot let us into Heaven unless someone pays the price. Have you ever lied to your parents and gotten grounded? Your punishment was being grounded and you had to accept that punishment as payment for your sin. When Jesus died on the cross and rose again, He took the punishment for everything we have ever done (or will do) because He had never sinned! So when you ask Jesus to forgive you of your sins and come live in your heart, that is called being born again. When you are born again, God does not see you as a sinner. He sees you as a person who has been forgiven and your price into Heaven has been paid. God looks at you and sees His perfect son, Jesus. In the book of John chapter 3 verse 3, The Bible tells us that when you are born again you will be able to go to Heaven!

“Except that a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God” John 3:3

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