God Does Not Change His Mind


change_your_mind.pngMany false prophesies are justified by claiming God changed His mind about what was predicted.


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~ by Marianne on March 28, 2014.

5 Responses to “God Does Not Change His Mind”

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  3. God changed His mind with Jonah. If this would happen in our day. We would mostly call him a false prophet. But see even Prophets do not know completely the mind of God because God sent him their to warn them of Destruction. That was Jonah’s message. And it seems as a false one after God forgave them. Yet years later they did get destroyed. Because a TRUE Prophet is speaking Gods word and it cannot fail ever. Its got to come to pass.


    • god did not change his mind with Jonah. Jonah was disobedient, and eventually had to do what God told him to do. God sent jonah to nineveh to give them a warning…..either repent or be destroyed…they repented and were spared.

  4. Yah does not change His mind about His pacts that He has made, even if in a couple of occasions it might seem like He changed his mind (like when He was to about to destroy Israel and Moses interceded), there is always another reason involved, like strengthening the faith of the messenger. The covenants that Yah cut with Israel are mostly unconditional (except the Mosaic one) and do not depend on Israel but solely on Yah who keeps His word. That is why it is impossible to think that Israel could be replaced just because some Israelis rejected their Jewish Messiah, Yeshua. His word is eternal like He is. No, He does not change His mind.

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