I always have stated to others, that the only thing that is constant is change. I truly believe that, because change has never disappointed me. The only two permanent realities in our lives are the Lord God and His promises; because He will never go back on His Word. Yet one of God's own unchanging promises assures us that nothing on earth is permanent! One reason for this is God's creative nature. If you are a creative individual, you are always coming up with new things. That is the nature of the Lord God. He is continually refining what He has created, as well as "doing a new thing". Read what God said to the children of Israel: "Behold, I will do a new thing, Now it shall spring forth; Shall you not know it? I will even make a road in the wilderness and rivers in the desert." There are some people who like to think they have God figured out. They believe that because God doesn't change, He won't do anything differently than what they've already seen Him do. When He brings or allows change in their lives in order to further His purpose for them, they don't know how to react to it. The change unsettles them because they didn't expect it. The Lord God Himself doesn't change. His methods may change, because He's always working in our lives; and His work involves transformation. Be assured that the Lord God is going to allow something in your life to change. If you read in God's Constitution, you won't find any account of God performing two miracles in exactly the same way.
People often try to make doctrines out of methods God has used in the past instead of realizing that it is His nature rather than His specific acts, that are permanent. The results of these acts may be permanent, but His actions will vary. The question is, why? Because God is too creative to repeat Himself. His creative nature promotes change. Unless we understand this, we may constantly struggle against the changes He want to promote in our lives. These changes are intended to assist us to grow and to fulfill the reasons for our existence.
Remember, "To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven". There is a purpose for your life, and that requires a change to be made.
Isaiah 43:19 Ecclesiastes 3:1