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Does God Ever Change? (5 of 12)
Series: Getting To Know God
Dr. Stan Coffey
I.God Never Changes
A. God's Love For Me And For You Never Changes
B. God's Word Never Changes
C. God's Physical Laws Are Unchanging
D. There Is Only One Solid Foundation
II. God's Purpose Never Changes
III. God's Ways Are Everlasting
We are so grateful that we are able to gather here this morning to study Your word and we are studying one of the greatest subjects and that is You and the fact that You never change. So today give us insight so that we might be able to apply this to our life in such a way that we will maintain stability when change is taking place all around us that you become literally the anchor of our soul in Christ's name, Amen.
All of you know that we are living in a day of constant change, constant change. Of course most of you are familiar enough to know that when you see any speaker in a pulpit do this it means absolutely nothing so with the watch, I am trying to keep up with a little bit of our time this morning.
One of the things that is changing is technology. If you notice on your outline today we have VCRs and digital watches and home computers and microwaves and compact discs and cellular phones and all the different things that technology has brought us: makes life easier but at the same time it has brought a lot of change.
As I was preparing for this morning I was reminded of my college days. I was preparing for a career in electrical engineering and it was at the time when the space age was just beginning. And as it was just beginning, the technology of something called the transistor had been discovered. I
remember in my first class on Introduction to Transistor Theory I remember a little thin book that was out and I remember covering that and almost at the end of that semester I remember the professor saying, "Now guys don't forget the basic theory of what we are covering but just be
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