Flawless: Having no faults, flaws or defects; having no imperfections; something that has nothing that can in any way diminish its value. Seeing something flawless or holding an object that is flawless, or knowing of something that is flawless, is rare. Yet, most of us own or have access to something that is flawless.
David said, “The words of the Lord are flawless.” Why? If we are to depend on them and believe in them, and live by them, they must be flawless.
His promises must be flawless. They are not like the records of athletes that are made only to be broken by someone who is faster, stronger or wiser. If the words of God could be replaced by someone else’s words, we would not be able to trust Him or have faith in Him.
His promises must not only be flawless; they must be fruitful. Someone has counted more than 30,000 promises in the Bible. That number is far beyond what anyone can ever claim or need. As long as we live, we will never come to the end of them because He has promised to meet our every need, every day that we live.
His promises must not only be flawless and fruitful; they must be forceful. If God makes a promise, He will be able to complete it. Always remember that He has all of the power that brought the universe into existence at His disposal. If He said it, it is as good as done.
His promises must not only be flawless, fruitful and forceful – they must be fulfilling. Because He created us, He knows what we need before we need it.
Prayer: How grateful we are Father, to know that we can depend on Your flawless Word to meet our every need. In Jesus’ Name, Amen.
Scripture For Today: Psalm 12:6 And the words of the Lord are flawless, like silver purified in a crucible, like gold refined seven times.