Titus 1:2

God has promised certain things to His children. One of these things is eternal life. God had set this plan in place before He had even created the world (1 Peter 1:18-20) because He knew that He would intervene to save us from ourselves. We know all this is true because God cannot lie. 
Though this passage translates the phrase “God, who never lies,” perhaps a better translation is “God, who cannot lie” (as in the KJV and NASB). It is outside of God’s character to lie. If He ever lied, He would be less than Divine—He would cease to be God. 
So, we know that one day we will inherit eternal life, and this gives us hope—a confident expectation.
Titus 1:2 In hope of eternal life, which God, who never lies, promised before the ages began.

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