God can’t change

They say that the only thing that is constant is change. I say that the only One who is constant is God. Think about that as the new week begins. Things will change this week. You can expect that. You can expect changes accompanied by challenges and you can also expect good and positive shifts. We can’t predict what’s going to happen but we can predict that God will be the same. Isn’t that reassuring? God is consistent and He is true to Himself. He is faithful to His Word and faithful to who He is. I love to meditate on that truth. I love to defy the changes in my life and the challenges I encounter by professing that my God never changes.

Things can get difficult and hard but my God is always good and powerful. If you need a boost this week, remember that God will never change. Remember that you can always have hope and great expectations because you have God. You might have problems but you also have God. Let me say that again. You might have problems now but you also have a God who can solve all problems. Your problems are never bigger than your God. The negative changes in your life are never more powerful than your constant and amazing God. God is going to change your situations, friend. Don’t let your circumstances change how you see God. Let Him change how you see your circumstances.

The counsel of the Lord stands forever, The plans of His heart to all generations.*” Another translation of this verse says that God’s plans are firm. God’s plans for your life are firm, friend. Nothing can move them. Nothing can change them. There are no difficult situations that can change God’s firm plans. God’s intentions for your are extremely good and they are firm. Praise the Lord whose plans are unchanged. Praise the Lord who never wavers and who never fails. Your faith gives you access to His blessings. His blessings are available to you every single day, 24/7. They are ready to touch your life now. God’s blessings are firm and they are life changing.

Expect great changes in your life even when things shift in a bad way. God’s consistent love will impress the negative changes in your life and remove them. The plans of God’s heart will defeat the enemy’s plans. Say it out loud. When you are in a pickle, talk about the One whose power changes everything. The Lord said Himself that He doesn’t change. Our minds change Him. Our experiences give us the wrong picture of Him. He is good all the time. I tell myself that God is good all the time. Making that declaration is a reflex for me and it helps a lot. I say it whenever I get a chance and I say it when something bad happens. It allows me to renew my mind and to exalt the Lord who never changes.

God is not human, that He should lie, not a human being, that He should change His mind. Does He speak and then not act? Does He promise and not fulfill?” (Numbers 23:19). God will never change His mind about you. He said He would love you and protect you and that will always be the case. God has made His mind up about you and in His mind you are wonderfully and fearfully made. In His mind you are worth dying for. In His mind you were saved by His blood and you are under His covenant. In His mind there is nothing He can’t do for you. In His mind there is always hope for you. In His mind there is always power to change your life. Find out what He says about you in His Word and trust that everything He said still stands. God is not human. Think about that. He is above all humans and He is always, always the same God. Go into this week with the confidence that your God will be able to change anything that might go wrong this week. Stay in faith! May God bless you and protect you and remember that He will always love you!

Suggested reading: Psalm 33:11*; Malachi 3:6; Hebrews 13:8

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