Luke 1:37 - God's Promises Never Fail.

Luke 1:37; God's Promises Never Fail.

Luke 1:37 (KJV) For with God nothing shall be impossible.

Luke 1:37 (TEV) For there is nothing that God cannot do.

Luke 1:37 (NCV) God can do anything!

Luke 1:37 (REB)  For God's promises can never fail. 

Luke 1:37 (TLB) For every promise from God shall surely come 

In other early manuscripts, the reading is, "no word from God 
will be void of power" (see ASV). In other words, God's word has the 
dynamo to accomplish what had been uttered. [Jamieson, Fausset, And 
Brown Commentary] 

The thought of this verse is expressed repeatedly throughout the 
Scriptures. To Abraham came the question, "Is any thing too hard for the 
Lord?" (see on Gen. 18:14). Through Isaiah God proclaimed, "My word ... 
shall not return unto me void" (Isa. 55:11). [SDA Commentary] 

Mary had learned to forget the world's commonest prayer--"Thy 
will be changed"--and to pray the world's greatest prayer--"Thy will 
be done." [Barclay Commentary] 

What God has promised, He is able to perform. {DA 98.2}

In all conflicts, let us remember that with God nothing is 
impossible; and as we read and hear his promises, let us turn them into 
prayers, [Matthew Henry Commentary] 

Surely one of the most reassuring statements in all Scripture. 
[Expositors Bible Commentary]