(27.1) So, with this hope, let our souls have need of the One faithful in promises, and the One righteous in judgments,
(27.2) the One who ordered "Do not lie," how much more will He Himself not lie, for nothing is impossible with God, except to lie.
(27.3) Let His faith be rekindled in us, and let us consider all things are near to Him.
(27.4) By the word of His majesty He established all things, and by His word He can overturn them.
(27.5) Who will say to Him, "What have you done?" Or who will oppose the strength of His power? When He wills and as He wills all things are done. And nothing decreed by Him will not come to pass.
(27.6) All things are before Him, and nothing is hidden from His will.
(27.7) If "The heavens declare the glory of God, and the firmament proclaims the work of His hands. Day to day utters speech, and night announces knowledge to night. And there are no words nor forms of speech in which their voices are not heard."