by Steve Wagers

Some Things Never Change
Pastor Steve N. Wagers
Hebrews 13:8
March 19. 2010
Philippi MBC Anniversary Celebration

Sermon Outline
1. His Position is Untakeable!
A. His Name cannot be Rivaled
B. His Nature cannot be Reversed
2. His Promise is Unbreakable!
A. A Provision that Satisfies Us
B. A Presence that Surrounds Us
3. His People are Unshakeable!
A. We Have Help from the Lord
B. We Have Hope in the Lord

According to the British Science Association, extensive scientific research has produced a list of the 10 things that SHOULD have changed the world, but didn't.

1. Concorde Jet
2. Microwave ovens
3. The Millennium Bug
4. High Rise Buildings
5. Moon Landings
6. Domestic Robots
7. Video Phones
8. British car "The Mini"
9. Magnetic Trains
10. Nuclear Power

Annette Smith, director of regions at the British Science Association, said: "The fascinating aspect of these innovations, and the reason why they should have changed the world but didn't, is that they depend on people for their development."
They also compiled a list of the top 10 things that have changed the world.

1. GPS Technology
2. The Sony Walkman
3. The Bar Code
4. TV Dinners
5. Play station
6. Social Networking (My Space, Face book, Twitter)
7. Text Messages
8. Electronic Money
9. Electromagnetic Waves (Internet, Satellite Radio)
10. Cross Training Apparel (1)

Today is a day of constant change. Everything around us changes. Times change, seasons change, forecasts change, diapers change, oils change, bodies change, headlines change, box scores change, governments change, slogans change, churches change; and, we'd all agree that people change.

The literary statesman Henry David Thoreau said it well, "Nothing endures but change." James Gordon, M. D. at Johns Hopkins, speaks wisely, "Change has a considerable psychological impact on the human mind. To the fearful, it is threatening because it means things may get worse. ...

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