One irrefutable truth declared in the Bible in both Old and New Testaments is that God does not change. The books of Malachi and Hebrews stipulate that God “does not change” and “is the same yesterday, today and forever”.https://www.christiancourier.com/articles/559-does-god-change-his-mind
One acid test to heresy or extremely poor Biblical theology is to suggest God does change His mind or adjusts His word to meet the ever changing climate of human attitudes. This revisionism is floated whenever someone has a personal agenda to justify. Should the Bible, and many time it does, deal with a particular subject, then the falsehood is mentioned that it no longer applies to our time.
Out of the mouth of two or more witnesses, let every word be established and study to show yourself approved so one can rightly divide the word of truth are standards designed to assist us in not misquoting or misapplying Bible truths. Clearly the warning is you can wrongly divide the word of truth should you be a poor student looking for exceptions instead of the truth.
A powerful test to the consistency of God’s word is a statement made from a well known Christian televangelist who thundered during one of his teaching sessions that “everything in the Bible is truly stated, but everything in the Bible is not a statement of truth”. He went on to state that should the information from the Bible not jive, it is your interpretation that is in error and not the Bible.
Of course this approach does not sit well with those thinking their own personal philosophy cannot be mistaken, thus pride will germinate in stubbornness with the concept that there is no way their own personal opinion could be wrong. The birth of many Christian denominations that water down the Bible’s messages spring from those unwilling to set aside their personal beliefs and understanding.
The book of Job is a shining example of human error assuming God is the catalyst for the misery of the man called by God to be “righteous and upright”. Many theologians have parroted the statement made by Job that “the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh it away, blessed be the Name of the Lord”.
Interesting theology, but that is not what the information states in the Scriptures. It was more like the Lord giveth and the devil took it away. Doesn’t the scriptures say in John 10:10 that the thief cometh not but to steal, kill and destroy? If God really unloaded on Job, then God stole back possessions, killed Job’s family and servants and destroyed Job’s livelihood.
A servant reporting the same string of horrendous happenings said, “the fire of God fell from heaven” which burned up servants and livestock. The servant was sincerely reporting what he saw, however that servant was sincerely wrong. Just because something is stated in the Bible doesn’t make it true. Many run away with erroneous theology by saying, “but I read it in the Bible”. Just because it’s in the Bible doesn’t mean it’s God’s idea or God ordained.
Much nonsense today has been injected into the very dominations claiming to be Christian but have unfortunately embraced the doctrine of demons. Some have gone after other gods, heresies and have even instituted measures that offend God’s chosen people, the Jewish nation of Israel.
Once the time of the Gentiles is fulfilled and all Gentiles that have been called have completed what the Bible says, God will turn His attention back to Israel to fulfill prophesies outlined in Daniel, Isaiah, Jeremiah and Revelation. The churches of today blindly going against Israel are in for a rude awakening.http://www.bibleprophecyblog.com/2012/01/anti-israel-christians-ponder.html
Nothing transpiring today has failed to be addressed in the Bible. Everything from the world wide anti-Semitism, one world government, one world religion and one world monetary system has converged exactly as prophesized in the Bible. Details outlined in Matthew 24 and Luke 21 are reading like today’s news.
The apostasy in the church and wishy-washy back and forth standards of human values has also been addressed. Only one event left could usher in the final phases of human history, and that is the rapture of the church.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rapture