Recently, I was hit by The truth in Isaiah 55 that says "...my word that goes out from my mouth will not return empty". What God promises does not return void. What God promises, he delivers on. That is the absolute truth.
But here was my problem years ago ...when I could not see the truth, I didn't experience the truth. I was so oblivious to who God really was, what He was really all about, that I just lived my own way by my own rules and beliefs of what should and shouldn't be. I didn't see that God loved me so much that He had much bigger plans for me than my own ambition. I didn't know the truth in Romans 8:28 that says in all things God works for the good. My warped truth was God must work for the good when He thinks you deserve it. In 2 Timothy 1:7 God explains that fear does not come from him and he gave us love, power, & self control. I had no Jesus in my life so I had no self control, but plenty of fear.
But back in 2001, I made a decision to give this Jesus thing an honest shot. I challenged Him with my problem. What I was actually doing was just shifting blame onto Him so this thing wouldn't be my fault. I said if God wanted something to happen then He would make it happen so then if it didn't happen, it wouldn't be my fault. And God was up for my challenge. He showed me His power in that circumstance and I have been consistently seeing his truth and experiencing His blessings ever since.
Here is my point. The truth is the truth whether you choose to believe it or not. His promises can come true in your life. All you have to do is see, accept, & embrace the truth to experience its power & blessing. It starts with a decision.