The umbrella of God’s faithfulness encompasses God’s keeping of promises and God’s standard of absolute truth. Despite our unfaithfulness, God is faithful (2Tim. 2:13; 1Thess. 5:24), and keeps His promises (Deut. 7:9). While there are promises all throughout the Bible, all promises and covenants point forward or backward to Christ because Christ solidifies God’s faithfulness (1Cor. 1:9). God promised eternal salvation before existence (Tit. 1:2), and gave us the Spirit to seal that promise, which proves He is faithful (2Cor. 1:18; 22; 1Pet. 4:19). God in His nature is absolute truth (1Thess. 1:9; 2Cor. 4:2; Jer. 10:10; Jo. 17:3; Num. 23:19; Jam. 1:13; Rev. 3:7; 6:10; Tit. 1:2; 1Sam. 15:29), and absolute truth pours out from God (Ex. 34:6; Jo. 17:17; Ps. 57:10). It is through the gift of salvation through Christ that we are able to understand the absolute truth of God (1Jo. 5:20).
The umbrella of God’s holiness encompasses God’s perfection (Matt. 5:48) and God’s justness (Gen. 18:25). Not only is God holy (Ex. 3:5; Lev. 11:44-45; 19:2; Ps. 99:9; Rev. 3:7; 6:10; 15:4), but God is the holiest of anything that might even be considered holy (1Sam. 2:2; Ex. 15:11), so much so that even His name is holy (Is. 57:15; Ps. 99:3). Because God is perfect, He cannot approve of evil; God sees wickedness, but not with favor unless it accomplishes His purpose (Hab. 1:13), but even so, it is not the wickedness that brings Him favor, but rather the accomplishment of His purpose (Eph. 1:5; Col. 1:10). God does not pervert justice (Job 34:12), but rather is justice (2Cor. 6:16; Deut. 7:10; Gen. 18:25; Rev. 12:19), therefore He delights in exercising justice because it is who He is (Jer. 9:24). God is patient before the Day of Judgment (Rev. 6:10) but will judge the earth (Ps. 58:11) heavily punishing the unrepentant (1Thess. 1:10).