YHWH Does Not Change

Whole Testament Basics

YHWH Almighty God is Perfect, so He is NOT going to Change

Brother Michel Lankford

 

KEY: YHWH Almighty God is already Perfect. (Deuteronomy 32:4; 2 Samuel 22:31; Psalm 18:30). Understanding the perfection of YHWH is CRITICAL, because when people allow the FALSE belief that YHWH somehow changed His Rules, changed His Intentions, changed His Desires or that He changed His Ways of Operating, what they are actually claiming is that YHWH the Almighty Creator was supposedly NOT perfect the first time, and that He had to, change in order to “Correct Himself,” because what the heavenly Father did supposedly had to be changed because it wasn’t right, perfect or correct the first time He did something. This comes down to core beliefs. Either YHWH the Almighty Creator of the universe is Perfect, and He does things right the first time, so that they do not need to be changed OR, YHWH improved; the Almighty Creator and Heavenly Father is faulty and imperfect, so He has to change things and improve as He goes. What you believe here is CRUCIAL, because it will affect what you believe and how you interact with the Almighty Creator throughout every other aspect of your life.

Bottom Line: I believe that YHWH Almighty is PERFECT. I believe that the Almighty Creator and Heavenly Father does things right the first time, and EVERY time, and therefore, YHWH be Almighty Creator DOES NOT need to CHANGE, because what He does is RIGHT the FIRST time.

 

YHWH SAYS that He Does NOT Change

 

  • Numbers 23:19; 1 Samuel 15:29; Malachi 3:6; YHWH DOES NOT Change.
  • Psalm 33:11; YHWH’s Plans and Counsel do not change. They endure forever.
  • Psalm 119:89–91; His Word does not change it endures forever. It is forever settled in heaven.
  • Psalm 119:142; His Law does not change and it is Everlasting Truth.
  • Psalm 119:151; ALL of His Commandments are Truth, (not just some of them, but all of them).
  • Psalm 119:160; All of His Word and His Ordinances are Everlasting Truth.
  • Isaiah 40:8; The Word of YHWH endures FOREVER.
  • Lamentations 3:22; His Compassion does not change. It’s renewed every morning.
  • Hebrews 13:8; Yeshua the Messiah, (a.k.a. Jesus Christ) does not change. He is the SAME yesterday today and forever.

 

Bottom Line: Throughout the Scriptures we are told 10 times and given 7 different ways that YHWH the Almighty Creator and Heavenly Father DOES NOT Change. Moreover we are given one Scripture telling us that the Messiah DOES NOT Change. Now, either these Scriptures are true and accurate, or they are not. Either YHWH Almighty stays true to His Word, and He DOES NOT change, OR, YHWH Almighty and Messiah supposedly does change, and these passages are NOT true.

I earnestly believe that these passages are TRUE. I believe that YHWH Almighty Creator and Heavenly Father and the Messiah DOES NOT Change, and that He remains true to His Word.

 

Theological Dilemma: Modern Christian teaching has created a serious theological dilemma. On the one hand they teach that Scripture is absolutely true, which it is. Scripture clearly teaches that YHWH Almighty and Messiah does not change. On the other hand modern Christian doctrine teaches that YHWH did away with His Laws, Commandments, Instructions through Messiah’s death and resurrection.

 

YHWH Almighty God is God and He does not change: (Numbers 23:19; 1 Samuel 15:29; Hebrews 13:8).  The words, Commands and principles that Almighty God declared in the Hebrew Scriptures are still true in the Fulfillment Scriptures. Wherever YHWH Almighty God has declared something to be righteous 5000 years ago, then observing that principle will still be righteous today. Likewise, if the Almighty has openly declared something to be sinful, wicked or an abomination 5000 years ago, then God will still consider that same practice to be a wicked abomination today. Wherever Almighty God has made a Commandment upon His people which He says is an everlasting regulation, then the true God follower and disciple of Messiah, is still required to honor respect and obey those regulations as much as possible, for love’s sake, because God does not change, and those who love Him will obey Him (Matthew 5:17-20; Matthew 7:21; John 14:21; 1 John 2:3-4,7-8; 3:4, 3:22-24, 1 John 4:21, 5:1-3).

Scripture clearly says that YHWH’s Word, His Laws, His Commandments and His Ordinances, are EVERLASTING and FOREVER. If His Laws, Commandments, and His Ordinances can be abolished, then they cannot be FOREVER. If they are, FOREVER, then HOW can His Laws be abolished at the cross?

 

Whole Testament Theology is based on COVENANT theology and NOT Dispensational theology; but we’ll discuss that more as we continue.

 

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