In April 1973, Ron Blomberg of the New York Yankees stepped to the plate against the Boston Red Sox. With the first pitch thrown to him, major league baseball history was made. Mr. Blomberg had become the game’s first designated hitter. This was a rule change instituted by the American league that would allow someone to hit for the pitcher. This concept is not unique to baseball. Government, business, sports, you continue the list yourself, have all “changed the rules” for what they believed to be for “the good of the game.” Truthfully, that same concept has been a “dominant theme” in religion before the Bible was even completed. God told us it would be so. In the midst of an ever-changing world, isn’t it good to know our God does not change? The Bible says, “I am the Lord, I do not change.” We can completely trust his word, today and tomorrow! I wish all the best to you, today and everyday.
- Clark Sims