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Lesson 22
Trusting Changeless Truths About God:
To Build Upon the Rock
One of the greatest truths about Biblical Counseling & Discipleship is that we are
dealing with a Changeless God who has written down His Powerful & Life Changing
truths for us that can be unleashed in our lives and the lives of those that we counsel.
God wants us to have great confidence in His Faithfulness, and the reliability of His
Word. The more we understand His character clearly reflected in His Word, the more
confidence we can have as we go through life. Then what we have experienced as truth,
we can share, teach, and train others to follow. Last week we started on God’s Standards
for Life (Lesson 22) with the first lesson:
EXHIBITING THE CHARACTER OF JESUS CHRIST = THE FRUIT OF
THE
SPIRIT (APRIL 16)
Principle 100: The key to fruitfulness in your life is to fear (have reverence
for) God (Psalm 111:10, 145:19; Proverbs 1:7, 3:8, 9:10, 14:27, 19:23; Ecclesiastes
8:12-13, 12:13-14) and consistently keep His commandments in every aspect of
your life (be a doer of the Word) (based on Exodus 20:1-17; Deuteronomy 11:26-
28; Matthew 7:24-27; John 14:21, 23; 15:10-11; James 1:25; 1 John 3:22).
Page 403: In every relationship and in every situation, you are to exhibit the
character of Jesus Christ
through your obedience to God’s Word (based on
Matthew 5:13-16; John 15:1-10; 2 Corinthians 2:14-17; Colossians 2:6-7; Titus
2:11-14; 2 Peter 1:2-10).
This week we are looking at the second element of this lesson, which is:
TRUSTING CHANGELESS TRUTHS ABOUT GOD (APRIL 23)
Principle 99: God’s standards are the same for all individuals, in all
cultures, and at all age levels, regardless of personality or background (based on 2
Chronicles 19:7; Proverbs 20:11; Acts 10:34-35; Romans 1:16, 2:2-11, 3:21-30;
Galatians 3:26-29; Ephesians 6:9; Colossians 3:25; 2 Timothy 3:14-15).
Therefore, no “double standard” exists for adults, children, the rich, the poor,
nationalities, different occupations, either gender, or any other distinction.

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Principle 101: God’s plans for you are for your benefit (based on Psalm
145:17; Jeremiah 29:11-13; Romans 8:28) and have as their goal your maturity in
Christ (based on Romans 8:29; 2 Corinthians 3:18). If you keep God’s
commandments, He will bless you; if you do not keep them, He will judge you
with a view to discipline (Deuteronomy 11:8-9, 13-17, 26-28; Psalm 32:3-5; 1
Corinthians 11:31-32; Hebrews 12:5-11; James 1:22-25).
Principle 102: God’s standards are not burdensome (Matthew 11:28-30) for He
will strengthen, uphold, and keep you from stumbling as you walk in
His way
, cooperating with the change He is accomplishing in your life (based on
Joshua 1:8-9; Psalm 103:1-5, 121:1-8; Proverbs 3:5-6; Isaiah 40:29-31; Matthew
28:18-20; John 6:37; Ephesians 1:13-14; Philippians 2:12-13; Colossians 2:6-7; 2
Peter 1:10; Jude 1:24-25).
God methods for unleashing His power into our lives is always the same:
Principle 103: Put off the deeds of darkness; put on the Lord Jesus Christ and
make no provision for fleshly lusts (Romans 13:12-14). Put on the full armor of
God to withstand the schemes of the devil (Ephesians 6:10-18).
Next week, Lord willing, we will see the final element of God’s Standards for Life
and that is when we cover:
UNDERSTANDING THE THEOLOGY OF SUFFERING (APRIL 30)
But tonight we need to plunge into what may be the most useful of all of our lessons
for our own lives and the lives of everyone we share life with. This element of learning to
Trust Changeless Truths about God is what gives us stability through every season,
struggle, and situation of life. Changeless Truths help us build our lives on the Rock. Jesus
teaches us the answer to:
HOW DO WE _______________ ON THE ROCK?
The life “built upon the rock” (Mt. 7:24-29) as Jesus laid out in His longest public
teaching about the life of His true followers, is our starting place. Here is what Christ
offered to them, and still to us each day:
A life that is anchored, and built upon changeless truths
about God.
Turn there to Matthew 7 with me and listen to the confidence for living in any
situation that Christ’s words can unleash into any life that believes and follows Him. This
is what we are to be asking Him to do in our lives each day:
Matthew 7:24-27 (NKJV) “Therefore whoever hears these sayings of
Mine, and does them
, I will liken him to a wise man who built his house on
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the rock: 25 and the rain descended, the floods came, and the winds blew and
beat on that house; and it did not fall, for it was founded on the rock. 26 “But
everyone who
hears these sayings of Mine, and does not do them, will be
like a foolish man who built his house on the sand: 27 and the rain descended, the
floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house; and it fell. And great was
its fall.”
Jesus says that we have two choices: hear and obey or hear and neglect.
Jesus says that the result is security or disaster in storms.
Jesus says salvation keeps us through the storms, it doesn’t prevent them.
God is the Rock. We are invited to have our life anchored by truth about God.
This question is actually a piece of a much larger doctrine that deals with the whole realm
of the Word of God and Attributes of God. Jesus came to reveal the Father to us. Jesus is
the doorway to all that God has promised and revealed. Here are some of the most
foundational of those truths about God that make for a very sure foundation:
First, His Eternity: (that God is seeing everything at once vividly past, present,
future);
Second, His
Unchangeableness: (that God is unchanging in His perfections,
purposes, and promises);
Third, His
Wisdom: (that God chooses best goals and means to those goals);
Fourth, His
Omniscience: (that God is knowing Himself and all things actual
and possible);
Finally, His desire for us to stay in touch through the
Doctrine of Prayer: (our
personal communication with God), which teaches us among other things that
“Prayer changes the way God acts”.
When believers are confused or untaught about the attributes of God, it leads to
instability, and needless fears: so we need to dive in and know what His Word says. What
are the key attributes that have to do with these Changeless Truths about God?
UNLEASHING SOME _____________ DOCTRINES INTO DAILY LIFE
Lesson one: Unleash the truth of His ________________________________
(that God is seeing everything at once vividly past, present, future); God’s eternity may be
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defined as follows: God has no beginning, end, or succession of moments in his own being, and he sees
all time equally vividly, yet God sees events in time and acts in time
.1
This attribute is explained in these Scriptures: Psalm 90:2; Isaiah 57:15; Rev. 1:8.
How do we apply that attribute of God for building on the “Rock”?
_________________ to God like you would to the air traffic controllers or the
control tower: God sees everything at all times and wants to advise us from that
perspective on every event we will discuss and surrender to His control.
Think about what He says in Proverbs 3:5-6.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
_________________ God that since He knows everything, there is no other
source of help, comfort, or guidance that can compare to Him. God has already
worked out the best map for our life and just wants us to invite Him to become
our “Guide”.
Stop and read Psalm 16:11 and accept His offer to be your personal guide.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Lesson two: Unleash the truth of His ________________________________
(that God is unchanging in His perfections, purposes, and promises); We can define the
unchangeableness of God as follows:
God is unchanging in his being, perfections, purposes, and
promises, yet God does act and feel emotions, and he acts and feels differently in response to different
situations
. This attribute of God is also called God’s immutability.
This attribute is explained in these Scriptures: Deut. 32:4; Mal. 3:6; Heb. 1:10-12,
13:8.
How do we apply that attribute of God for building on the “Rock”?
God has Already ________________ the best advice: His Word is a
reflection of His unchanging nature. We don’t need to wait for the newest book,
an updated system or technique.
Thoughtfully read and ponder Psalm 119:98-99.
1 All definitions are quoted from: Grudem, W. A. (2004). Systematic theology: an introduction to biblical doctrine (p. 168). Leicester, England; Grand Rapids, MI: Inter-Varsity
Press; Zondervan Pub. House.

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My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Trust God enough to ________________________ His unchanging
advice
. This act of faith opens more and more understanding of how to live.
Carefully read and ponder Hebrews 5:12-14.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Lesson three: Unleash the truth of His ______________________________
(that God chooses best goals and means to those goals); God’s wisdom means that God always
chooses the best goals and the best means to those goals
. This definition goes beyond the idea of
God knowing all things and specifies that God’s decisions about what he will do are
always wise decisions: that is, they always will bring about the best results (from God’s
ultimate perspective), and they will bring about those results through the best possible
means.
This attribute is explained in these Scriptures: Romans 11:33, 16:27.
How do we apply that attribute of God for building on the “Rock”?
Learn to _________________________ God’s perspective on life’s events.
We need to God’s perspective instead of merely our human point of view.
Remember how Joseph looked at life through the lens of God’s plan in His life?
Read carefully those words in Genesis 50:15-20.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Trust God’s _____________________ as perfect. David at the end of a long,
colorful, and quite painful life: declares his immense love for God. Then David
says God’s way is BEST!
Think about what David is saying in Psalm 18:1-3.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Lesson four: Unleash the truth of His _______________________________
(God is knowing Himself and all things actual and possible). God’s knowledge may be
defined as follows:
God fully knows himself and all things actual and possible in one simple and eternal
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act. Based on that complete knowledge God has sent His Word to change or sanctify us
(John 17:17) so that we can be more useful to Him.
This attribute is explained in these Scriptures: Heb. 4:13; 1 John 3:20
How do we apply that attribute of God for building on the “Rock”?
_______________________ to be Sanctified. Sanctification is the way God
shapes us to be useful. We need to think more about being useful for Him, His
plans, and His glory. Job is a good example of an unusual way God wanted to use
him.
Read about what God was doing with him in Job 23:10-14
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
_______________________ for Grace. Paul was faced with struggles, pains,
and life-impacting problems. He had to learn that God is always aware of all our
struggles and actually has big plans for them.
Read again Pauls lesson in Gods sufficiency in 2 Cor. 12:7-10.
My personal application prayer: “Lord, help me to….”; or “Lord, I
want to by Your grace…”
Lesson five: Unleash the powerful truths of the Doctrine of _____________
(our personal communication with God), which teaches us, among other things, that
“Prayer changes the way God acts”.
Prayer is personal communication with God.
This amazing doctrine is portrayed in these Scriptures: James 4:2; Luke 11:9-10;
Ex. 32:9-14.
God _________________ Us To Pray. In prayer God allows us as creatures to
be involved in activities that are eternally important. When we pray, the work of
the kingdom is advanced. In this way, prayer gives us opportunity to be involved
in a significant way in the work of the kingdom and thus gives expression to our
greatness as creatures made in God
s image. If we were really convinced that
prayer changes the way God acts, and that God does bring about remarkable
changes in the world in response to prayer, as Scripture repeatedly teaches that he
does, then we would pray much more than we do. If we pray little, it is probably
because we do not really believe that prayer accomplishes much at all.
Prayer ______________ the Way God Acts. James tells us, You do not have,
because you do not ask
(James 4:2). He implies that failure to ask deprives us of
what God would otherwise have given to us. We pray, and God responds. Jesus

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also says, Ask, and it will be given you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will
be opened to you. For every one who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to
him who knocks it will be opened
(Luke 11:910). He makes a clear connection
between seeking things from God and receiving them. When we ask, God
responds.
Our ___________________ Matter. Augustine’s statement also says that we
have “self-determination.”
This is simply affirming that our choices really do determine what
will happen.
It is not as if events occur regardless of what we decide or do, but rather
that they occur
because of what we decide and do. No attempt is made in this
statement to define the sense in which we are “free” or “not free,” but that is not
the really important issue: for us, it is important that we think, choose, and act,
and that these thoughts, choices, and actions are real and actually have eternal
significance. If God knows all our thoughts, words, and actions long before they
occur, then there must be some sense in which our choices are not absolutely free.
Prayer is ______________. If we were really convinced that prayer changes the
way God acts, and that God does bring about remarkable changes in the world in
response to prayer, as Scripture repeatedly teaches that he does, then we would
pray much more than we do. If we pray little, it is probably because we do not
really believe that prayer accomplishes much at all.
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DISCUSSION TIME
First, go back and find all the places that you noted in the lesson as it was taught
tonight. Share briefly around the table what truths, elements, or facet of God’s Word that
impacted you.
Second, pick one of those areas that stirred your heart in some way and explain
what you would like the Lord to do in your life with that truth: in the form of a prayer
request. Something like:
Id like any of you who will, to pray for me that the Lord will start changing me in
this area; or that the Lord will strengthen me, or that the Lord will start

Third, with the time left, go back to lessons one through five and read them again
and look up and discuss the Scripture passage for application.
Finally, on your own this week, go back to those personal application prayers and
do as many as you have time to do. Also, remember to pray for your fellow classmates
and the areas they shared tonight.
2 All definitions are quoted from: Grudem, W. A. (2004). Systematic theology: an introduction to biblical doctrine (p. 168). Leicester, England; Grand Rapids, MI: Inter-Varsity
Press; Zondervan Pub. House.

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HOMEWORK ASSIGNMENT:
P
ONDER THE LIFELONG BLESSINGS OF
TRUSTING IN THE LORD
PROV. 3:5-6
From cover to cover God’s Word consistently contrasts the two pathways of life.
TWO PATHS
Today as men we need to reaffirm our commitment to God’s Path.
In the New Testament Jesus talked about the “broad road” to destruction and the
“narrow pathway” that leads to life (Mt. 7:13-14). In the Old Testament the description
of the two pathways is no less visually graphic. Listen to Proverbs 4:14-19 (NKJV):
Do not enter the
path of the wicked, and do not walk in the way of
evil.
15 Avoid it, do not travel on it; turn away from it and pass on.
16 For they do not sleep unless they have done evil; and their sleep is
taken away unless they make
someone fall.
17 For they eat the bread of wickedness, and drink the wine of violence.
18 But the path of the just is like the shining sun that shines ever
brighter unto the perfect day.
19 The way of the wicked is like darkness; they do not know what
makes them stumble.
So there again is God’s summary of life. Each day people walk His path of light
that is shining brighter and brighter, headed to the perfect day of being like Him, with
Him, and home at last. Or, they walk that other path, it is evil, wicked, violent, dark, and
makes them stumble.
STAYING ON GODS PATH
For us as followers of God, that shining pathway began at salvation. In Proverbs
that pathway is most beautifully laid out in one of the simplest and most beloved verses in
the Bible. Here it is, can you say it with me?
Proverbs 3:5-6 (NKJV) Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and lean not on your
own understanding; 6 In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct
your paths.

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This verse summarizes the Godward Life we as believers are to have. Each phrase
describes one element of a godly walk.
Trust in the Lord with all your heart = this life starts with the clinging,
trusting, believing faith, that leads to a personal relationship with God.
TRUST
is first.
Lean not on your own understanding
= Turning away from self and
towards God in surrender, consecration, and self-denial.
TURN is next.
In all your ways acknowledge Him
= Focusing every dimension of my life
towards walking in the Spirit by praying without ceasing.
FOCUS is a choice.
He shall direct your paths
= Waiting for, and following God through life.
FOLLOW is the goal.
What does it mean to “Trust in the Lord”?
Proverbs 3:5 Trust [Hebrew word batach (Strong’s # 982) means literally “cling
to”] the Lord with all your heart, And lean not on your own understanding;
This word has the sense of casting one’s total future upon God as a little child and
trusting Him for everything. This word is most often translated to trust or to have
confidence in someone-usually God.
This word translated
trust occurs over one hundred times in the Old Testament,
and is actually the Old Testament word, for the New Testament word:
believe.
Bringing it up into New Testament terminology makes it the same as what Paul
said to the Philippian jailor,
“Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be
saved”
(Acts 16:31). It is the Old Testament way of saying the same thing.
SALVATION IS WHEN WE JUST BELIEVE GOD
Salvation is when we just believe God. It simply means that we lean on God. We
can do nothing else but lock our arms around God and hold on. We trust in the L
ORD
with all our heart—our total personality and every fiber of our being. That is what He is
saying. But now listen how Paul links together that moment of salvation with all the rest
of our spiritual lives:
Colossians 2:6 (NKJV) As you therefore have received Christ Jesus the Lord, so
walk in Him,
So what keeps us on that pathway of God? How do we go through life on that
brighter and brighter pathway that leads us to the perfect day? By making some
affirmations in our hearts and clinging to them as they represent the truths about
God that saved us.

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Just as we clung to the truth of Gods Word and met the Lord by faith; so we
continue to cling to truths about God and continue to follow the Lord by faith.
Here are four truths that come when we
trust in the Lord with all our heart:
GOD OWNS MY LIFE & HE IS GOOD.
Unbelievers cant rest in the promise of Proverbs 3:5-6 because it starts with
believing in the Lord, and they don
t. God in His Sovereignty rules over all, and
can overrule in any human life. Lost people are empowered by the god of this
world (Eph. 2:1-3). But God never violates any human
s freedom, He just works
His purposes through the lives of even those who won
t obey Him as we see in
many Biblical examples (Rom. 9:14-18). Only believers can desire, understand,
and obey God
s will.
TRUSTING IN HIS GOODNESS
The Psalms frequently affirm that the LORD is good(Ps. 100:5) or exclaim, O
give thanks to the L
ORD, for he is good(Pss. 106:1; 107:1; et al.). David
encourages us,
O taste and see that the LORD is good!(Ps. 34:8).
Scripture tells us that God does only good things for his children. We read,
No
good thing does the L
ORD withhold from those who walk uprightly(Ps. 84:11).
And in the same context in which Paul assures us that
in everything God works
for good with those who love him
(Rom. 8:28), he also says, He who did not
spare his own Son but gave him up for us all, will he not also give us all things
with him?
(Rom. 8:32). Much more than an earthly father, our heavenly Father
will
give good things to those who ask him(Matt. 7:11), and even his discipline is
a manifestation of his love and is for our good (Heb. 12:10). This knowledge of
God
s great goodness should encourage us to give thanks in all circumstances(1
Thess. 5:18).
GOD HAS A PLAN FOR MY LIFE & HE IS WISE.
Many are the plans in a mans heart, but it is the Lords purpose that prevails
(Prov. 19:21, NIV). God who did not spare His Son to purchase us, also offers to
us His perfect plan. Since we are purchased by God, He also has designed a plan
for us since we were designed for
good works(Eph. 2:10).
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TRUSTING IN HIS WISDOM
Gods wisdom means that God always chooses the best goals and the best means to those goals.
God
s wisdom is also shown in our individual lives. We know that God works all
things together for good for those who love him, who are called according to his
purpose
(Rom. 8:28). Here Paul affirms that God does work wisely in all the
things that come into our lives, and that through all these things he advances us
toward the goal of conformity to the image of Christ (Rom. 8:29). It should be our
great confidence and a source of peace day by day to know that God causes all
things to move us toward the ultimate goal he has for our lives, namely, that we
might be like Christ and thereby bring glory to him. Such confidence enabled
Paul to accept his
thorn in the flesh(2 Cor. 12:7) as something that, though
painful, God in his wisdom had chosen not to remove (2 Cor. 12:8
10).
Every day of our lives, we may quiet our discouragement with the comfort that
comes from the knowledge of God
s infinite wisdom: if we are his children, we can
know that he is working wisely in our lives, even today, to bring us into greater
conformity into the image of Christ.
GODS PLANS ARE BEST & HE IS POWERFUL.
How could a holy God will for His children anything less than His best, and how
could a loving God plan anything that would harm us? We have no reason to fear
the will of God, because His plans come from His heart.
The counsel of the Lord
stands forever, the plans of His heart to all generations
(Ps. 33:11, NKJV). Unless
we see the will of God as the expression of the love of God, we
ll resist it
stubbornly, or do it grudgingly, instead of enjoying it. Faith in God
s love and
wisdom will transform our attitude and make the will of God nourishment instead
of punishment (John 4:34).
Jeremiah 29:11 (NASB) For I know the plans that I have for you,’ declares the
Lord, ‘plans for welfare and not for calamity to give you a future and a hope.
TRUSTING IN HIS OMNIPOTENCE
Gods omnipotence means that God is able to do all his holy will. The word omnipotence is
derived from two Latin words,
omni all,and potens powerful,and means allpowerful.
This power is frequently mentioned in Scripture. God is The LORD, strong and
mighty, the L
ORD, mighty in battle!(Ps. 24:8). Jeremiah says to God, nothing is
too hard for you
(Jer. 32:17).
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Paul says that God is able to do far more abundantly than all that we ask or
think
(Eph. 3:20), and God is called the Almighty(2 Cor. 6:18; Rev. 1:8), a term
(Gk.
παντοκράτωρ, G4120) that suggests the possession of all power and
authority. Furthermore, the angel Gabriel says to Mary,
With God nothing will
be impossible
(Luke 1:37), and Jesus says, With God all things are possible(Matt.
19:26).
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GOD WANTS ME TO WAIT FOR HIS PLANS & HE IS RIGHT HERE
Its through faith and patiencethat we receive what God promises (Heb. 6:12,
15), and it
s as dangerous to run ahead of the Lord as it is to stubbornly lag
behind.
It is not good to have zeal without knowledge, nor to be hasty and miss
the way
(Prov. 19:2, NIV). Be not like the horse or like the mule(Ps. 32:9). The
horse rushes ahead and the mule won
t budge, and both attitudes are wrong. Even
the great Apostle Paul didn
t always know exactly the way God was guiding, and
he had to pause in his work and wait for divine direction (Acts 16:6
10). Our
times are in His hand (Ps. 31:15), and the Father is always on schedule (John
11:6
10).
God is present in every part of space with his whole being. When the Bible speaks
of God
s presence, it usually means his presence to bless, and it is only normal for
our own speech to conform to this biblical usage. Herman Bavinck, in
The Doctrine
of God
quotes a beautiful paragraph illustrating the practical application of the
doctrine of God
s omnipresence:
When you wish to do something evil, you retire from the public into your house
where no enemy may see you; from those places of your house which are open
and visible to the eyes of men you remove yourself into your room; even in your
room you fear some witness from another quarter; you retire into your heart,
there you meditate: but God is more inward than your heart. Wherever,
therefore, you shall have fled, there God is. From yourself, whither will you flee?
Will you not follow yourself wherever you shall flee? But since there is One more
inward even than yourself, there is no place where you may flee from God. There
is no place at all whither you may flee. Will you flee from Him? Flee unto Him.
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3 These lessons are quoted from: Grudem, W. A. (2004). Systematic theology: an introduction to biblical doctrine (pp. 216–217). Leicester, England; Grand Rapids, MI: InterVarsity Press; Zondervan Pub. House.
20 Herman Bavinck, The Doctrine of God p. 164. The citation is reproduced in the book with no indication of its source.

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