Unfailing: Standing strong on God’s promises in the uncertainties of life

Reviewed by:

Ceil Carey, retired public librarian and long-time book discussion leader



Unfailing: Standing strong on God’s promises in the uncertainties of life


Rob Renfroe


Zondervan Reflective


August 2019




144 pages


Pastor, teacher and author Rob Renfroe maintains that since God is true to His Word, as Christians we can depend on His promises through even the hardest times. Although not written for the Covid=19 pandemic, the truths contained in Unfailing will see Christians through this difficult time as well as others in our lives.

Renfroe covers seven promises ranging from the promise of forgiveness to that of unchanging love, each one hitting the target. But if you happen to pick this book up and could only read one chapter, my vote for that would be The promise of loving guidance. Two questions asked of the author most frequently are What is God’s will for my life and How can I know God’s will. Drawing on his own experiences, Renfroe guides us through the waters of these difficult questions in a beautiful and meaningful way in this particular chapter.


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Suggested Audience:

Christians desiring to know ways God will sustain us when life is hard.

Christian Impact:

Learning to depend on God’s promises from His Word

Other Notes:

-includes notes for each chapter

-includes a prayer specific to each chapter subject

Unfailing: Standing Strong on God's Promises in the Uncertainties of Life

About Ceil Carey

The Evangelical Church Library Association, founded in 1970, is a fellowship of Christian churches, schools, and individuals.

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