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Beyond God's Reach

I am wondering if anyone here thought they were unforgiveable, beyond reach or committed the unpardonable sin. If they did, how did they overcome it?

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 ---linda7548 on 11/16/06
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(II.)linda7548,God is so merciful but, When He has had enough with a person, He just doesn't deal with them anymore. There are so many examples of "reprobates" in the Bible. Jesus stressed how important it was to ABIDE in His Truth, Yet many don't feel it is always necessary(pure deceit).linda7548,How would a person overcome it if the devil is lying to them? DON'T LISTEN, He will bother you if you allow him.(1 John 4:1)(James 4:7)(Eph.4:27)(1 Thess. 5:21). God Bless!
---Mrs._Morgan on 5/23/07


The term "deep calleth unto deep" was shared with me long ago. It means in order for there to be a worshipper, there has to be a something/one to worship. When we have that place in us that cries out to God, we have a God to hear us. If your spirit cries out, HE is there. If you were not God's, you wouldn't have a place in you to care about Him. Your deep is calling out to His deep.
---mikefl on 11/18/06


I agree with Jeanne too.
---laure5759 on 11/17/06


I am in complete agreement with---Jeanne's answer.
---mima on 11/17/06


I asked a very wise old old missionary this and he told me if you ask then you have not committed the unpardonable sin. A person who has would not want anything to do with God. He said if you are still reaching for God then he is reaching back that is not the unpardonable sin!
---Jeanne on 11/17/06




I believe that the unpardonable sin is not forgiving others. The Lord's Prayer says: "Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us." (Matt. 6:12). Later this is clarified in Matt. 6:15 where Jesus says: "But if ye forgive NOT men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses."
---laure5759 on 11/17/06


PART ONE

I once made a mistake that cost me a friend. It was a childish mistake, and I was VERY angry with myself. I continued going to church, but was unsatisfied. I searched the Bible. I searched everything I came across. One day I picked up a Christian counselling book, and read it. It taught me something. If I do not forgive myself, I am putting myself in a position above God, because there is NO sin that the Father can not forgive.
---laure5759 on 11/17/06


PART TWO

To withhold forgiveness, even of oneself, is wrong. That brought me to my knees, because I realised what I was trying to do. I cannot describe the weight that rolled off me.
---laure5759 on 11/17/06


Noone is outside of God's reach. (Regardless of the sin.) What is the unpardonable sin? There's some debate about this, but just the fact you asked, probable means you havn't committed it. Most think it just rejecting Christ as Savoir. John 3:16-18 sums it up - noone who accepts Christ as Savior is rejected, and He came to accept all - no exceptions, regardless of the sin.
---WIVV on 11/16/06


Unpardonable sin is the spirit of desecration, ascribing works of the Holy Spirit to Satan; calling good evil, the truth a lie, and the Holy unholy. "Therefore I say to you, all manner of sin and profaning will be forgiven to men, but the spirit of desecration will not be forgiven. And whosoever speaks a word against the Son of man, it will be forgiven him: but whosoever speaks a word against the Holy Ghost, it will not be forgiven him, neither in this age, neither in that to be." Mt.12:31,32.
---Eloy on 11/16/06




One who has committed the unpardonable sin isn't going to be concerned about it. As for the other things you mentioned, if you make your bed in hell, behold, He is there.
---Linda6563 on 11/16/06


A very good sign that you have NOT committed the unpardonable sin is the fact that you are concerned about it. The only unforgivable sin is the sin of rejecting the Holy Spirit as He calls you into relationship with the Father through the Son. If you had blasphemed the Holy Spirit, your heart would be hardened, and this subject would be a non-subject to you. You wouldn't worry about it.
---Crystal on 11/16/06


(I.)linda7548, People who commit the unpardonable sin, don't wonder if they committed the unpardonable sin. You have to realize that a person who has been "cut off" no longer has the option(choice)of "sound reasoning", they rejected it , and rejected it, and so the Spirit no longer "deals with them" won't ever knock on their door ever again, their mind is gone totally given over to the enemy(2Thess. 2:11)(Jude 1:12,13)(Romans 1:28-32)(1 Tim 4:1,2)(2 Tim.3:3,4).
---Mrs._Morgan on 11/16/06


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