A question comes to mind…
Has God changed any throughout time? Has Jesus or the Holy Spirit ever changed?
The creatures that God created evolved, which means changed; nonetheless, God wasn’t evolving, The Word wasn’t changing, nor was the Holy Spirit, but based on religion, change was inevitable.
Our spiritual tables set before us dictated the change, meaning, this draws us to the place, as long as we are part of a social setting, where we continually move forward evolving as humans in religion, theology, mental and physical health, politics, human rights, race, social awareness, technology, etc.
These changes must take place for us to perfect our spiritual standards, which are set in place for our reconciliation with God. Therefore, we are not changing; we’re only perfecting our standards in truth and righteousness based on whom and whose we truly are, and we are the undeniable remnant of the “Most High.”
Early in the picture, we were lifeless in our understanding of scripture. We were dead in our transgressions and wandered as if we were in the forty-year desert experience and in need of directions to God’s promise.
It appears as though we have a similar vortex in modern times; religion has brought us to this paradigm, and once again, we don’t know which way to go. We’re in the midst of confusion based on a melting pot of theologies, denominationalism, and scenarios about how to win God’s favor in a mirage of belief systems, each having its own captive value system to lure us in.
Yet God will never change.
“God is not human, that He should lie, not a human being, that He should change His mind. Does He speak and then not act? Does He promise and not fulfill?”-Numbers 23:19
The Word will endure to the end of times. The Holy Spirit will continue to exist within our midst. We will continue to transcend time in these bodies; we, the creature, will continue to evolve, but towards what?
When we examine what the scripture states about our continual evolution, “We were created in the image of God,” that should direct us someplace, a place that is connected to God, which is the Son Jesus, who has left us, not alone, but with a comforter in the Holy Spirit, which Yeshua described as the giver of truth and righteousness.
“Peter said to them, “Each one of you must turn away from your sins and be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ, so that your sins will be forgiven, and you will receive God’s gift, the Holy Spirit.”-Acts 2:38
The Holy Spirit is invisible, but what about YAHWEH? Yes, this Spirit is also invisible, and Yeshua, who was made visible in the flesh, except with an invisible nature of Yahweh that resembles our flesh and spirit in every way.
Meet Dr. Tracey L. Milan, ThD
Dr. Tracey L. Milan, ThD has an undergraduate and Masters degree in Biblical history and a Doctoral Degree in Theology. He currently resides in Metro Atlanta Georgia area with his wife and daughter.
Dr. Myles Munroe and Dr. Ray Hagins are two major influencers in Tracey’s studies who shaped his critical thinking in research relating to his Doctoral Theology degree. Dr. Tracey is a pragmatic solution oriented thinker.
“Throughout my life I’ve listened and wondered what this life is really all about. In retrospect, I didn’t realize this, but we the creatures, who are placed here on earth to carry the light placed in us, are to break the curses of a broken kingdom to restore its true values; we transcend time as truth bearers in a dirt body.”
Dr. Milan believes the human condition is a fascinating journey, however, the syndrome we are born into allows the human creature the opportunity to adapt and evolve past the philosophical, political pragmatism, and religious theoretical that dogma presents.
The invisible nature of Yahweh confounds us, yet He sent His Word to reveal Himself to us. That comforts me! If you want to read more about the invisible nature of Yahweh, grab your copy of Dr Tracey’s book, The Invisible Nature of Yahweh, here.
Oh by the way, Dr. Tracey and I graduated together last year with our ThD degrees!