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What Is The Unpardonable Sin

What is the unpardonable sin?

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Jhn 3:17 For God sent not his Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through him might be saved.

Jhn 3:18 He that believeth on him is not condemned: but he that believeth not is condemned already, because he hath not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God.

Jhn 3:19 And this is the condemnation, that light is come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.
---Donna66 on 4/24/09


The unpardonable sin is rejecting the Holy Spirit. By not accepting him into your life as your Lord and Saviour you are doing just that. Dying without the Lord means eternal damnation into hell as you can never repent from this.
---kandee on 4/23/09


The unpardonable blasphemy against the Holy Ghost. This is meaning giving credit to Satan for the work that the Lord had done. It is a dangerous thing to be in the hands of a Living God. Proverbs 1:23-33.
---Rebecca_D on 3/18/08


If you ever want to be healed from mental illness, do not deny the Holy Spirit is God.
He is the only hope you'll ever have of being healed of mental illness and insanity, infirmity and disease.

There may come a time when all benefits run dry, and yes I believe attributing the gifts and miracles of the Holy Spirit to the devil is the unpardonable sin, exactly as the Word tells us that it is.
---Cindy on 3/18/08


It is having a spirit of desecration, which mockingly ascribes the works of the Holy Spirit to Satan. It is calling good evil, the truth a lie, and the Holy unholy. When God's Spirit genuinely works through a person (as He did through Jesus' miracles), and another person (like the Jewish Ministers and Teachers) disses it or disgraces it, that is blasphemy.
---Eloy on 3/17/08




Today, many blaspheme the saints from God, and the Spirit-filled evangelists whom are genuinely do the commanded works of Christ. Knowing the supernatural deeds are from God, then saying in front of others that the good miracles are unholy or from Satan is unforgiveable.
---Eloy on 3/17/08


It is attributing the godly works of the Holy Spirit to the enemy. "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." Matthew 12:31,32.
---Eloy on 3/17/08


Their is only one,
Blasphemy against God!
This IS the ONLY one!
YLBD
---Duane_Dudley_Martin on 3/17/08


To commit the unpardonable sin is by definition a denial of salvation. Another words, a person who commits the unpardonable sin was never saved in the first place. A word here to Robin-your sister has not yet committed the unpardonable sin. I have never heard, nor met any one who has heard another person commit the unpardonable sin.
---mima on 3/17/08


1)
the religious systems of this world have brainwashed mankind into belief of 'already saved, under grace nothing more to do but skate through life'

these false prohphets DECEIVE MANY to believe they can never fall away or turn from God

the unpardonable sin is simple ...ONLY when you Trust Gods Truth in His Word letting go of religious teachings and reading His Plain Word ignoring the fables of religion remember religion is man made - Gods Word is not
---Rhonda on 3/15/08




2)
Unpardonable sin is Negligence Heb 2:1-3, and Bitterness Hebrews 12:14-15 explains fail of the grace of God ...where forgiveness is no longer available ...caused by bitterness over a long period of time

Christian not seeking God in prayer to remove bitterness after some time it turns to resentment ...when resentment remains unresolved by the Christians choice of neglecting prayer it causes a Christian to enter rebellion ...it is a diliberate choice to depart from God
---Rhonda on 3/15/08


That's Oneness theology, redressed and with a mixture of SDA and holiness church teachings.
---Cindy on 3/6/08


Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit or hardness of heart. [Matt. 12:31-32, Ex. 8:31] To blaspheme the Holy Spirit is persistently to ignore or discredit His work in one's life. The person who blasphemes the Holy Spirit chooses to reject Christ. That person's heart becomes so hard that it is dead to God. Many think they have done something so bad that God could never forgive them. If you are worried about God's forgiveness, that is a indication that you have not committed the unpardonable sin.
---catherine on 3/5/08


Quenching the Holy Spirit is the unpardonable sin. That just means refusing and rejecting the Holy Spirit's leading.
---Leslie on 3/4/08


"'Assuredly, I say to you, all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter, but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation'---" (Mark 3:28-29) Jesus said this, "because they said, 'He has an unclean spirit.'" (next verse)

So, the unpardonable sin is blaspheming against the Holy Spirt.
---Bill_bila5659 on 3/4/08


The unpardonable sin is blaspheming the Holy Spirit. It is attributing to Satan what is of God.

Kathr's fundamental holiness teachings will not allow her to say that. She is brainwashed by them.
---Leonard on 8/1/07


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Robin: What happened to your sister is the result of people not knowing the truth. False teachers and cults live to lead these types astray. My prayers to you and your family.
The unpardonable sin is calling God's Spirit unclean or blasphemy.Mark 3:28,29 you can read it for yourself.
---Robyn on 7/27/07


Kathr4453, no matter how many times you change your name, your age, your spelling, your beliefs to argue all sides - because you can, because it's fun.... all of those things.

Your belief about the unpardonable sin is always wrong. You are fundamental holiness, you cannot admit with your mouth in any way shape or form, that blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is the unpardonable sin.
---Abby on 7/27/07


You can't do it, it's not in you. You don't believe the Holy Spirit is God, you believe the Holy Spirit only points to Jesus. You don't believe in the Trinity.
You're not nearly as gifted as you think you are.
You do flim/flam and have a great laugh over it. But I see you, I always see you.
---Abby on 7/27/07


Several years ago, my sister got involved in a sect that taught that there was no Holy Spirit. I wondered then if denying the existance of the Holy Spirit was a form of the unpardonable sin. Since then, she has wandered farther and farther from truth. Today, she is an atheist.
---Robin on 7/27/07


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It can be aluded to by many names but if you beat the outside off you will find it is actually unbelief in God.
---mikefl on 7/26/07


William, read matthew chapter 12 verses 31-32. The unpardonable sin is ascribing to satan the works of the Holy Spirit, in other words, blasphemy against the Holy Spirit.
---Cynthia on 7/25/07


The Bible Says all sins are forgiven so there is no Unpardonable sin. But any sin not brought before the Father though Christ is Unforgiven.
---William on 7/25/07


To forgive those whom have caused us harm, pain, or suffering is one of the hardest things we have to do. Just because you forgive a person does not mean you have to be around that person and therefore open yourself up to further mistreatment.Sometimes this is good to remember.
---Susan on 7/25/07


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To attribute something that is of the Holy Spirit to Satan is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit which is the only unpardonable sin. These latter times it is getting tricky. Need to have the gift of discernment,prophecy or else be very very careful what you say. Actually, if you committ the unpardonale sin, I think at that point, you would no longer be interested in Jesus. Just opinion.
---jody on 7/25/07


The unpardonable sin is blaspheming the Holy Spirit. It is attributing to Satan what is of God.
---Helen_5378 on 7/25/07


Blashemy against the Holy Spirit.

How is this done?

This happens when a person is encountered by the Spirit of God, who is pleading to them to accept him into their heart. Yet they reject him and trample over the sacrifice of Christ as if it has no worth.

Those who are guilty of this is those who scoff at the sacrifice of Christ.
---Marcia on 7/25/07


But Jesus also says, "'But if you do not forgive men their trespasses, neither will your Father forgive your trespasses.'" (Matthew 6:15) So, our unforgiveness can make us unforgivable. But we can change from being unforgiving so we may be forgiven.

"'And whenever you stand praying, if you have anything against anyone, forgive him, that your Father in heaven may also forgive you your trespasses.'" (Mark 11:25)
---Bill_bila5659 on 7/25/07


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In the Gospel of Mark we see how people objected to Jesus forgiving > Mark 2:12. Then ones said, "He has an unclean spirit" > in Mark 3:30.

First, they were unforgiving, and their unforgiveness made them unforgivable, but they could change from being unforgiving. Or else, that unforgiveness could make them worse enough so they could then do the unforgivable thing of blaspheming the Holy Spirit who Satan hates because He is so forgiving.

So, keep your forgiving up to date.
---Bill_bila5659 on 7/25/07


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