There are many misconceptions and beliefs about Yahweh that abounds in the JudeoChristian churches, which I believe today to be whore houses of Baal Priests, AntiChrists and such.
Yahweh makes the following statement in the Book of Malachi 3:6: “For I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.”
This appraisal is not the discovery or judgment of man; nor is it directed at all mankind as the Judeos would have us believe, but is directed ONLY to the Children of Jacob. It has no parallel; it stands alone, singular, impressive, unalterable. He is the only Person in the whole of creation who bears this astounding character. He is the only unchanging God.
Everything else changes; the earth beneath our feet, the heavens above our heads, the world we live in, as well as the starry world above us; all are in process of change be it short or long. We speak of “the everlasting hills,” but that is only a figure of speech. They change even as we do, although they have a different clock to work by. Compared with our short life, they may seem changeless, but as the larger cycles of time revolve, even they are found to change. And the Word of our unchanging God tells us what will become of them: “For the mountains shall depart, and the hills be removed; but my kindness shall not depart from thee (The Children of Israel), neither shall the covenant of my peace be removed, saith the Lord that hath mercy on thee.” (Isaiah 54:10)
Even the mountains, strong, stable and everlasting as they may appear, will eventually change, decay and be removed.
In contrast to that, because they proceed from our God who does not change, there are three things at least belonging to Him which are absolutely unchangeable. What are they? The earth? No, that will decay, or as Ferrar Fenton expresses it, be reorganized. The heavens? No, they will vanish away like smoke. The Sun? No, even this fiery mass is ever changing. What, then, is it? Day and Night? No eve they will eventually merge into everlasting day:
“The sun shall be no more thy light by day; neither for brightness shall the moon give light unto thee: but the Lord shall be unto thee an everlasting light, and thy God thy glory.” “Isaiah 60:19)
Amid all this uncertainty, this everlasting change, how glorious it is to feel that there is indeed one thing that never changes; the character of God. Next to His grace to Israel in Christ, that is the most charming thing and most blessed thing for our contemplation. For whatever His excellences, they are fixed, unalterable, unchanging. If the JudeoChristian Churches really believed this, what a revolution it would make in its theology, and in its beliefs as well as in it practices.
There is still another thing equally unchanging, for He has told us so: The Word of God. His Word is like Himself, fixed, eternal, sure. We cannot say “fixed as the everlasting hills,” for it has been shown that even they depart. The Scriptures gives us the right description of it: “The word of God, which liveth and abideth for ever.” (1 Peter 1:23)
Did anyone ever hear of a living word before? Ye God’s Word lives; it lives to work, to act and to fulfill. But which Word? There is the test. Man says, His New Testament Word. But what about the Old? Is not that the Word which abideth as well? Can you separate them? Can you make the God of the New Testament to be a superior One to that of the Old? For that is what the JudeoChristian priests of Baal would have you believe; they evidently think this way, although perhaps they would not put it into so many words.
If this is so, see what follows (1) He is either a different God, or (2) He has changed. The one is as disastrous as the other and there is no escape from this dilemma. But God is actually and literally the opposite of all this. He is the one true God, the same yesterday, today and forever: “Before the mountains were brought forth, or ever thou hadst formed the earth and the world, even from everlasting to everlasting, thou art God.” (Psalm 90:2)
The second change according to the JudeoChristian clergy, that God has changed, meets it direct negative in God’s own words: “I am the Lord, I change not; therefore ye sons of Jacob are not consumed.” These very definite words are God’s own estimate and declaration of His own nature. If they are true; as they must be, then man who denies them shoulders a dreadful responsibility and makes an awful charge. Further, let us remember that these words of God were written years before a single word of the New Testament was penned.
But there is another way of looking at this statement. That singular word, “therefore,” shows the vital connection between the “changing-not” of Yahweh and Jacob’s sons not being consumed. Therefore, as long as Yahweh changes not, Jacob’s sons remain unconsumed. Furthermore, if ever they are consumed, then that would at once declare that God had indeed changed. So, then, all they who say that Israel is finally cast off declare by those very words that Yahweh has changed despite all they profess to believe about Him, and are liars.
The third unchangeable thing is God’s love for Israel: “Thus saith the Lord, The people which were left of the sword found grace in the wilderness; even Israel, when I went to cause him to rest. The Lord hath appeared of old unto me, saying, Yea, I have loved thee with an everlasting love: therefore with loving kindness have I drawn thee. Again I will build thee, and thou shalt be built, O virgin of Israel.” (Jeremiah 31:2-4)
The lying, deceiving, Baal Priests in the whore houses teach, “Israel is on the scrap heap.” God Himself, however, says that His love for Israel is an “everlasting love,” i.e., unchangeable. Witness the utter hypocrisy of the JudeoChristians, who declare with all the solemnity possible that God is unchanging, yet at the same time asserts that He has cast Israel off. These two statements are diametrically opposed to one another. If one is true, the other cannot be. We must make our own choice as to which statement we regard as true.
The old hymns we have sung about God’s unchangeableness are indeed true, far truer than those who sing them think. One is well known: “O Thou who changest not, abide with me!” Another hymn says: “And make secure and sweet abode with he who changest not.” Still another: “As full on us new life, still flows From our Unchanging God.”
The very fact of God’s unchangeableness is the great factor in Israel’s preservation, restoration and renewal; as it is also the Christian’s hope of salvation through Yahshua. A God who is faithless in one thing is faithless, not faithful.
“Moreover it is required in stewards, that a man be found faithful.” (1 Corinthians 4:2)
If this must be true of stewards, what about the Master? Let us make no mistake; God is faithful. With Him there is no change: “Every good gift and ever perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.” (James 1:17)
Balaam was given to understand this difference between the Lord God of Israel and the heathen gods he and his people worshiped. He was the one to make it clear to Balak: “God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? Or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” (Numbers 23:19)
In a certain famous borough not far from the city of London there was built many years ago a remarkable town hall by a very noted architect of that day. It was beautiful, spacious, lofty, and was a joy and a pride to the great architect when it was finished. But the city fathers, looking at the lofty roof and its great span, said it was not safe. So, after it completion, they order the architect to put pillars in the middle to support the roof. He, confident in his own work, was greatly annoyed, but agreeable to their command, he had pillars put in the center, and the civic fathers were content when they saw the great roof made safe, as they thought, by their pillars.
However, years afterward it was found out upon examination that all the pillars stopped short of the roof by two inches. The skill and confidence of the architect, as well as the fear and folly of the town authorities, were made manifest to all when the strange fact was discovered.
In this illustration of something else on a wholly different plane? It is, indeed, in our own day Yahweh has made wonderful promises and predictions in His Word concerning Israel, Jacob, Ephraim, Manasseh, Joseph, Zion, Jerusalem, which He will keep. And even though it looks like the White Race will be destroyed by the Jews and other AntiChrists their will cannot prevail above Yahweh’s.
If the JudeoChristians could only see, they would realize that the pillars are thousands of miles below the sky, that Yahweh’s great words of promise span right across them all and need no human props to hold them up. The heavens won’t fail; the Great Architect can do without our silly pillars. But, strange to say, man things this is the only way to keep the sky from falling. What supreme folly.
Take away the pillars; they hide the Architect, they discredit His work; the obstruct the light; they confuse the great Yahweh plans and promises. “Far, from above thy thought His counsel shall appear, When fully He the work hath wrought That caused thy needless fear?”
Observing the powerful purposes of Yahweh he worshiped, and scanning the vast panorama of His revealed plans for His people, it is no wonder that Isaiah posed the pertinent questions: “Who hath directed the sprit of the Lord, or being his counsellor hath taught him? With whom took he counsel, and who instructed him, and taught him in the path of judgment, and taught him knowledge, and shewed to him the way of understanding?” (Isaiah 40:13-14) (Taken, in part, from Destiny Letter No. 45; Destiny Editorial Letter Service, P.O. Box 177 Merrimac, Massachsetts 01860-0177)