Friday, January 30, 2015

God's Plan for YOU is irrevocable (on his part)

The theological word is Immutability.

It means that when it comes to covenant, His will, His promises, His character, God is a spirit, whose being, wisdom power, holiness, justice, goodness, and truth are infinite, eternal, and unchangeable. Those things do not change.

God's immutability defines all his other attributes: he is immutably wise, he cannot but be merciful, good, and gracious. The same may be said about his knowledge: God does not need to gain knowledge; he knows all things, eternally and immutably so. Infiniteness and immutability in God are mutually supportive and imply each other. An infinite and changing God is inconceivable; indeed it is a contradiction in definition.

There are theologies that seem to indicate that God changed his mind about certain covenants he made.  I can't wrap my head around that idea. He is either unchanging or he's not.

This comes to mind because as I have seen God promise things to people, things of significance, things that are life changing, sometimes people when they don't see it come to pass right away think, "Maybe God changed his mind about that".

God never changes.  All the time God is good and God is good all the time. 

A prophetic word was given to a man I know 4 years ago.  It was a sure word.  Several times I called him to say, "God hasn't changed his mind".  It's still on.

Circumstances seemed to be such that there was no reason to think things would change.  That God had forgotten him.

Now that word is come to pass.  I have words from the lord from twenty years ago that I still stand on.  God is unchanging.  His plan for me has no experation date.  I can RUN like moses or jonah but God's plan for me is irrevocable.

You need to hear this today, the prophetic word of God in your ear is a promise that will never change.  So trust him to do what he said he would.

He is immutable. You can trust His promise concerning you and the plan He has for your life.

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