1 Corinthians 13:4–7, James 1:16–17, 2 Timothy 2:13, Psalm 33:11, Malachi 3:6, Matthew 25:34, Numbers 23:19, Hebrews 6:17–18,


1. God Doesn’t Change
2. But We Do (4 Distortions Related to Our Fear of Change)

Distortion #1: We think God changes
Distortion #2: We tell temporary things not to change
Distortion #3: We think others can’t change
Distortion #4: We think we can’t change


Every circumstance you encounter will change except the circumstance of your forgiveness.
Every possession you own will pass away except the pearl of your salvation.
Every relationship you enter into will waver except your adoption by your heavenly Father.
— Jen Wilken, None Like Him
The good news that God doesn’t change means that you can trust what he says, that you know who you’re going to be dealing with, that you can believe him, and that he cannot ever be overcome. You don’t have to fear change because the God who doesn’t change loves you and is with you.
— Pastor Nick
The good news that God doesn’t change means that his love toward you does not change. It does not change based on how his day was…or how yours was. Though our feelings change, his love for us does not. His love is not worn down by your sin or indifference, it bears all things. His love doesn’t change as you get older or weaker or even, in a sense, worse; his love endures all things. It is this love that is behind his unchanging promises to finish what he starts in his people, that there is now and forever no condemnation for those in Christ, that he will change and glorify those he loves.
— Pastor Nick


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