An infinite God can give all of Himself to each of His children. He does not distribute Himself that each may have a part, but to each one He gives all of Himself as fully as if there were no others.
--A. W. Tozer
Perhaps this is one way in which God "grows"; our capacity for Him expands.
God is essentially unchangeable in Himself. Were He otherwise, He would be confessedly imperfect, since whoever changes must change either for the better or for the worse; whatever alteration any being undergoes, that being must, ipso facto, either become more excellent than it was or lose some of the excellency which it had. But neither of these can be the case with God. He cannot change for the better, for that would necessarily imply that He was not perfectly good before; He cannot change for the worse, for then He could not be perfectly good after that change. Therefore, God is unchangeable. And this is the uniform voice of Scripture. "I am the Lord, I change not " (Mal. 3:6). ''With Him is no variableness, neither shadow of turning " (James 1:17). "Thou art the same, and Thy years shall have no end " (Psalm 102:27).
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