Yes, it is His assurances that tell me I can count on His statements and His
Laws - of any kind.

However, I am not the first to use this concept of the need for God to be
consistent in order to be God.

(Alma 42:13.)

13 Therefore, according to justice, the plan of redemption could not be
brought about, only on conditions of repentance of men in this probationary
state, yea, this preparatory state; for except it were for these conditions,
mercy could not take effect except it should destroy the work of justice.
Now the work of justice could not be destroyed; if so, God would cease to be

(Mormon 9:19.)

19 And if there were miracles wrought then, why has God ceased to be a God
of miracles and yet be an unchangeable Being? And behold, I say unto you he
changeth not; if so he would cease to be God; and he ceaseth not to be God,
and is a God of miracles.

It is important that I say that I, with you, believe this is just not a
realistic concern.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Cobabe" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2002 11:25 PM
Subject: RE: [ZION] Subject to natural law

> George Cobabe wrote:
> ---
> I can agree "that God is "subject to 'natural law", but only in the
> sense that He has created those laws and needs to maintain the integrity
> to obey the same rules that He has created.  If He did not honor His
> word or His law He would cease to be God.
> ---
> The possibility that God would cease to be God is, of course, no
> possibility at all.  God has assured us that He is endless and eternal.
> ---
> Mij Ebaboc
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