September 15, 2013

33 Conditional Promises In The New Testament

Matthew 5:4

The Promise: Some will be comforted.
The Condition: Those that mourn.

Matthew 5:5

The Promise: You will inherit the Earth.
The Condition: If you are gentle, humble and/or meek

Matthew 5:10

The Promise: The Kingdom of Heaven will be yours.
The Condition: If you have been persecuted for the sake of righteousness.

Matthew 5:11-12

The Promise: The Son of Man (Jesus) will reward people in Heaven and the reward will be great.
The Condition: If people revile and persecute you for Jesus’ sake and your faith in Him.

Matthew 7:7

The Promise: It will be given you
The Condition: If you ask

    The Promise: You will find
    The Condition: If you seek

          The Promise: It will be opened to you
          The Condition: If you knock

Matthew 16:27

The Promise: The Son of Man (Jesus) is going to come in His glory and will reward people.
The Condition: You will be rewarded according to your own deeds in this life.

Matthew 24:14

The Promise: The end (eschaton) will come.
The Condition: When the Gospel has been preached to all nations in the whole world.

Matthew 24:45-47

The Promise: God will make a person ruler over all that is His (His possessions).
The Condition: If that person is faithful and wise in charge of the “little things”.

Mark 9:41

The Promise: A person will not lose their reward.
The Condition: Giving a cup of water (being charitable) in Christ’s name for the exact reason that we belong to Christ.

John 3:16

Promise: You will have eternal life
The Condition: To whosoever will believe that God sent His only begotten son to die in our place as a sin offering.

Romans 8:31

The Promise: No one can be against you.
The Condition: When God is for you.

Philippians 3:21, 4:1

The Promise: Jesus will transform our current perishing bodies in exchange for a body that does not perish like His glorious body (σῶμα πνευματικόν /Resurrection body) (3:21).
The Condition: We must stand firm in the Lord (4:1)

Philippians 4:13

The Promise: We can do all things.
The Condition: If Christ strengthens us.

Colossian 3:1, 4

The Promise: When Christ appears at the second coming, we will appear with Him in glory.
The Condition: If we too are risen or raised up in Christ, and seeking the things above.

1 Thessalonians 4:14-17

The Promise: The dead in Christ will rise first, then we who are still alive will be called up together with them in the clouds to meet the Lord in the air. We will then be with the Lord forever after that.
The Condition: We need to believe that Jesus died and rose again.

1 Timothy 4:1-8

The Promise: There is a crown of righteousness laid up for us by God which I will be awarded with on my day of glory.
The Condition: Those awarded will have loved His appearing and faithfully preach the Gospel and the Word of God in season and out of season.

Hebrews 12:28

The Promise: We will serve God acceptably.
The Condition: If we serve Him with reverence and fear.

James 1:5-6

The Promise: If you ask of God in faith.
The Condition: Wisdom will be given.

James 1:12

The Promise: We will receive the crown of life
The Condition: If we endure trials by temptation and love the Lord.

1 Peter 5:1-4

The Promise: Elders will receive a crown of glory that will not fade.
The Condition: If they feed the flock God has given them, by taking the oversight of the flock willingly and not for money (blood money). Thereby setting an example for said flock.

1 John 3:2

The Promise: When Jesus appears we will be like Him
The Condition:  If we are children of God

1 John 3:9

The Promise: A Christian cannot habitually sin without feeling horrible and wishing to repentant of it.
The Condition: If/because we have been born of God

2 John 7-8

The Promise: We will receive our full reward from God.
The Condition: If we acknowledge that Jesus has indeed come in the flesh (incarnate).

Revelation 2:7

The Promise: We will be allowed to eat from the Tree of Life which is in the paradise of God
The Condition: If we persevere over evil and endure for Christ’s namesake and overcome (persecution and trials)

Revelation 2:10

The Promise: Jesus Himself will give you a crown of life.
The Condition: Do not fear and are faithful to the point of death.

Revelation 2:11

The Promise: People will not be hurt by the second death which is damnation in the Lake of Fire
The Condition: If they overcome persecution and trials

Revelation 2:17

The Promise: Jesus will allow people to eat of the hidden Manna and will give a white stone with a new name written on it that only the one that receives it will know.
The Condition: If people overcome persecution and trials

Revelation 2:23

The Promise: Jesus will give to every one.
The Condition: According to their works.

Revelation 2:26-28

The Promise: Jesus will give power over the nations and will give the morning star
The Condition: To those that overcome and keep Jesus’ works until the bitter end

Revelation 3:21

The Promise: Jesus will allow people to sit with Him on His throne
The Condition:  To those that overcome persecution and trials.

Revelation 20:4

The Promise: Some will live and reign with Christ for 1000 years.
The Condition: Those that did not worship the beast, nor his image, nor received his mark (666)


Alithea said...

Acts 2:38;

The Promise: The gift of the Holy Ghost
The Condition: Repentance and baptism for the remission of sins.

38; Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.
39; For the promise is unto you, and to your children, and to all that are afar off, even as many as the Lord our God shall call.
40; And with many other words did he testify and exhort, saying, Save yourselves from this untoward generation.
41; Then they that gladly received his word were baptized: and the same day there were added unto them about three thousand souls. (KJV)

Andy Pierson said...

Yes Alithea, you are absolutely correct. There were so many I actually considered making another list of 33...Thanx for including this one. I like to think of the Holy Spirit as a ἀρραβὼν or down payment on salvation too ;)

Unknown said...

More grace

Rae Calkins said...

@Unknown, there is grace in this. The grace is in that yes, there is a condition, but it has already been fulfilled by What Jesus did on the cross. In God's eyes, once we accept the gift of salvation, every condition has already been satisfied. :)

Unknown said...

Thank you. I am learning. Is there a comprehensive resource which explains like you have, or goes more in-depth?

Unknown said...

Thank u very informative and a blessing

Unknown said...

Any evidence in the bibl pointing to to this?.....the bible says all those who believe are given power to become the children of God..arw you saying for the fact that Christ has die for us, even those who don't believe him are still considered as his children?

Anonymous said...

thank you my assignment is easy to do

Anonymous said...

Thank you. So few think that have His homework

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