Matthew 24: 35 states “Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass away.” The same authority behind the creation of all things, John 1:1-3, made this statement. Truth is one thing that does not change, regardless of who it is, country you live in, or generation of man.
We talk about how the world is changing, how we are living in a different generation, and that things are constantly changing. Our opinions of how these changes affect us, whether good or bad, differ from person to person. These changes have impact on our lives, our homes, our government, and our religious beliefs, altering the way we react. But one thing is certain, truth has not changed. John 12:47-48 tells us that these same words are the words, the truths, we will be judged by. Since the New Testament was given for guidance into all truth, John 16:13, these truths reflect every aspect of our lives, whether it is personal, our home, our workplace, our political persuasion, and especially our worship and service to God the Creator. As Christ was preparing for His return to Heaven, He instructs His disciples/apostles that the Holy Spirit would complete their education of truth, John 16:7-15. The purpose these words were given: (1) to reprove the world of sin, (2) instruct in righteousness, and (3) the warning of judgment. So these truths have not changed nor will they ever change.