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Unpardonable sin

Discussion in 'Struggles by Non-Christians' started by 31gH9N.9., Dec 27, 2016.

  1. 2PhiloVoid

    2PhiloVoid Pensées 194 - 195, Blaise Pascal Supporter

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    31gH9N.9, I think your story is more akin to that of the Prodigal Son than anything else. The real problem here, I think, is that you're letting your emotions rule you and dissuade you rather than focusing on the grace and mercy God promises to give us if we indeed repent of our sinful views and lifestyle.

    Last edited: Dec 28, 2016
  2. Aldebaran

    Aldebaran Star Power!

    I've struggled as well with the verses you quoted, especially the one in Hebrews. But do you know the parable of the Prodigal Son that Jesus told about? The son knew what he was doing, and he decided he wanted to leave anyway because he thought his own way was better. Now remember, this boy was already the man's son. That's different from someone who was never his son in the first place. At the end, the Father was right there with open arms ready to receive the son back again.

    Another example is when Jesus told Peter that he should forgive someone "70 times 7 times". That's an indication that he's very much into forgiveness. If he expects Peter (and us) to do that, I'm pretty sure Jesus Himself would as well.
  3. 31gH9N.9.

    31gH9N.9. Member

    Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this thread. I have found your messages very helpful and encouraging.
  4. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    The only unpardonable Sin is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit
    and full rejection of it from your heart.

    If you "in the future" welcome the Holy Spirit, God knows that already.
    So the "unpardonable" window is very small.


    Others have given you answers and I agree with them. If you had committed this sin, you would not even care. The fact that you care means that the holy spirit is speaking to you.

    Do you think you are worse than King Solomon? King Solomon in his earlier says was an upright man, but after becoming king he eventually lost sight and spent the majority of his reign in disobedience to God but at the end he turned around.

    Are you worse than David? David lusted after another man's wife, had sex with her, got her pregnant, brought her husband home hoping that he would sleep with her and then everyone would say the child was her husband. When he refused to go home to be with his wife David had him send to the frontlines of the battle so that he would be killed. Then David married his widow. After all this, God forgave David. Are you as bad as David?

    And by the way, both David and Solomon knew that what they were doing was wrong. Are you worse than those guys? I am sure you are not. But look what God did in their lives, how much more can he do for you!! Accept his forgiveness and move forward in Jesus name.
  6. Speden

    Speden New Member

    All sins shall be forgiven, except the sin against the Holy Ghost; for Jesus will save all except the sons of perdition.
  7. BubbaJack

    BubbaJack Well-Known Member

    I spent five years of my life in horrible fear that I had committed the unpardonable sin. I dropped out of college because of it. The thing that helped me begin to climb out of that psycho-hell was keeping John 6:37 in my mind, "him that cometh to me I will in no wise cast out."

    I read this years ago and it helped me a lot. R.A. Torrey - THE DEVIL HAS ENTERED ME!
  8. 1am3laine

    1am3laine Member

    United States
    The unpardonable sin deals with the Holy Spirit! ( matthew 12:31-32 , Mark 3:28-30 , Luke 12:8-10 )
    It just seems like you need to repent and rededicate your life and you should be fine.