Approach: Studying Bible passages together to understand what immutability means and why it is important.
Hermeneutic objective: Observing the figures of speech and what they describe of God's immutability.
Theological objective: God's immutability and unchangeable nature means that you can place a trust and confidence in His word and
plan – for eternity!
God is unchanging nature is unaffected by time. It implies that God is perfect, because He cannot improve or decay.
God's word and mind does not change. God makes no mistakes and fulfills all the promises He makes. When God makes a judgment
it is just and without error.
God's word is timeless and means that the Bible does not change with time nor is out of date. It is just as relevant today
as it was in the past.
Jesus only said what He was authorized to say. The Son's words are the words of His Father. Because of God's triune nature,
Jesus is in God and God is in Jesus. God works through Jesus Christ. Like God Himself, Jesus is immutable and unchangeable, which means you can
place a trust and confidence in the words of Jesus the Christ. God's love is not capricious and His moral standard is absolute. Through Jesus
Christ, the promise of salvation and eternal life is real and assured.