There is only one who is the same yesterday, today and forever. that is the unchangeable God, the Father Almighty, Creator of heaven and earth.
Here is where we seem to be today: from here...
Transparently obvious truths cannot be publicly spoken when an ideology is in ascendancy. Questions cannot be asked. Things become unsayable. And the vast mass of people meekly fall into line, sensing the direction of the prevailing wind. Most people find it is altogether safer to capitulate or at least to keep quiet...And here, perhaps is a possible explanation of how quickly things seemed to change, from sanity to the current insanity, and how completely nonsensical ideas and policies came to considered rational.
And so it will continue for a time. How long? Who knows? Things will in all likelihood get worse for Western Christians before they get any better. It took the better part of three centuries before the extreme persecution of the early Christians was over. We are worried over what has transpired in not much more than a generation, and what some may consider persecution is nothing compared to what they suffered, and some are suffering even in the world today.
But you have heard the expression, "The [Christian] Church is an anvil that has worn out many hammers." Ideologies have come and gone, and the naïve expectation of this privileged generation seems to be that that pattern should now stop; that the season of peace we have enjoyed should never end; that, having once been known as a, "Christian Nation," (I'm speaking now of all of what might be known as, "Western Culture) we Christians should enjoy perfect acceptance and unanimous approval for ever.
The Christian Church is Christ's own Church; founded by him with the promise it would never die. And it won't, but we in this nation and on this continent should have no expectation that its permanent home and stronghold will forever be North America.
In fact, and I know I've said this before, I see an analogical parallel between God's glory leaving the temple (Ezekiel 10) and what is happening in Western culture today. The torch is being passed, if I may be forgiven for mixing metaphors, and just as the Christian faith spread from Jerusalem, to Europe and across the Atlantic to North America, I can see it now continuing its generally westward path across the Pacific to the great nations of Asia and to the, "ends of the earth."
In the meantime, I do what I do, living what days I have left according to Acts 20:24
...I consider my life worth nothing to me; my only aim is to finish the race and complete the task the Lord Jesus has given me—the task of testifying to the good news of God’s grace.Take Care