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We are on Christs account and God isn't keeping score of our sin if we trust that Christ took upon himself all of our failures (Rom 3:23-25).
The issue in this age is the grace of God that while we were enemies, Christ died for us (Rom 8,10).
We should be careful of falling into the snare of the wrong teaching that in this age of Grace there is a sin for which Christ could not die to propitiate. This teaching would not only diminish the efficacy of the cross, but would also lead to denying that Jesus was God manifest in the flesh. Instead we continue to preach the grace that is provided by the cross which is to them that perish foolishness, but unto us which are saved it is the power of God. (1 Cor 1:18)
---michael_e on 10/30/16


---Luke on 10/25/16
---michael_e on 10/24/16


God can make people love Him, obey Him, and believe Him. Jesus controlled behavior by removing demons.

Dt 30:6 (ISV) Then the LORD your God will circumcise both your hearts and those of your descendants (this enables you to) love him with your heart and with your soul and therefore live.

Eze 36:27 And I will put my spirit within you, and cause you to walk in my statutes,

2 Ths 2:13 . . . because God hath from the beginning chosen you to salvation through
- (He causes your) sanctification of the Spirit and
- (He causes your) belief of the truth:
---aservant on 10/25/16


They are forgiven when they have faith.
---Luke on 10/25/16

BCV, please.

Heb 10:14 "For by one offering He has perfected for all time those who are sanctified"

We who are being sanctified were perfected by Jesus during His one offering of Himself. If I am perfected, I must be forgiven first.

1 John 2:2 "He is the atoning sacrifice for our sins, and not only for ours but also for the sins of the whole world"

Atonement, is the appeasement of our guilt before God. God has forgiven us the guilt we owned, by and during the sacrifice of Jesus.
---Mark_Eaton on 10/25/16


Strongaxe, the reason people go to hell is because they do not believe in Jesus Christ. They are in unbelief. Why don't they believe? Because they have no faith. They remain in unbelief. They are not forgiven. They are forgiven when they have faith. God has to grand them that faith, in this life time. Once they die without faith, there is no more chances. They remain in unbelief. Only those who belief are going to heaven.
---Luke on 10/25/16


Who is speaking, to whom are they speaking
James 1:1 James, a servant of God and of the Lord Jesus Christ, to the twelve tribes which are scattered abroad, greeting.
---michael_e on 10/24/16




---Luke on 10/14/16
---michael_e on 10/9/16


Jas 2:10 (ERV) . . . disobey one command, you are guilty of breaking all commands . . .


OT Law judges you by the perfection of your obedience. Fail one time, and you are sealed to Hell. OT Blood sacrifices have been banned preventing reinstatement to perfection under OT Law.

NT Law judges you by the perfection of your love for God and man. Fail 1000 times and you can always be reinstated by confession, contrition, and repentance, because the Blood of Jesus was shed once to cleanse all sin forever to those who have the Holy Spirit living inside them.


Jas 2:13 (LITV) . . . mercy rejoices over judgment.
---aservant on 10/24/16


Jesus was Jewish. He was circumcised the eighth day, he ate kosher food, he kept the feast days, and he followed the law of Moses. Why would anyone think we would follow Jesus in his ministry to the circumcision, instead of Jesus in his ministry to the uncircumcision?
2 Tim 2:15
---michael_e on 10/23/16


---Luke on 10/14/16
---michael_e on 10/9/16


These would have us believe:
- Jesus lies,
- Jesus who IS Scripture (the Word), who IS Truth, misunderstands.
- Reject His Word, accept theirs.

Mat 12:31 (GNB) . . . whoever says evil things against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.

Mat 12:31 (BBE) . . . evil words against the Spirit . . ..

Mat 12:31 (CEV) . . . if you speak against the Holy Spirit . . .

Men lie!
---aservant on 10/21/16


If you die in unbelief you can't be forgiven,
Since we are saved by grace, not based on anything we DO or SAY, after we are sealed by the Holy Spirit (Eph 1:13), then we can't revoke work God performs on our soul (Titus 3:5, Rom 4:5, Rom 11:6, 2 Tim 2:13). That is, the work of crucifying our old man on the cross, and placing us into the boC. So if God were to send us to eternal damnation he would be condemning the risen Lord.
We glory that Christ has already forgiven all your trespasses (Col 2:13), and God is not imputing sins in this age (2 Cor 5:19). That says, we are on Christs account and God isn't keeping score of our sin if we trust that Christ took upon himself all of our failures and shortcomings (Romans 3:23-25).
---michael_e on 10/21/16


//The ONLY sin that cannot be forgiven is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit - precisely because it CAN'T be repented of, since repentance requires leading by the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit will no longer attempt to draw someone who has crossed that line.---StrongAxe on 10/14/16


AMEN AMEN!
---Nicole_Lacey on 10/19/16




Luke:

You wrote: the ones going to hell is because they are in unbelief. That sin is not forgiven. How hard is that to figure out.

It's easy. Unbelief is forgivable - EVERYONE who believes now, was an unbeliever before he first believed, and has been forgiven of that unbelief. Unbelief CAN be repented of.

The ONLY sin that cannot be forgiven is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit - precisely because it CAN'T be repented of, since repentance requires leading by the Holy Spirit, and the Holy Spirit will no longer attempt to draw someone who has crossed that line.
---StrongAxe on 10/14/16


Josef, thanks, and you are right, it is hard for some to understand and put things together. Love you brother
---Luke on 10/14/16


Good to see you posting again Luke. Try not to be condescending.
---Josef on 10/14/16


asservent, the ones going to hell is because they are in unbelief. That sin is not forgiven. How hard is that to figure out.
---Luke on 10/14/16


aservant wrote:

Jesus does not lie, men lie. Three Bible versions agree that speaking evil of the Holy Spirit is blasphemy.

Saying "I don't believe this" is not the same as saying "this is false" or "this is evil".
---StrongAxe on 10/13/16


The phrase "unpardonable sin" refers to when Christ spoke to Israel
In understanding any Bible passage, you have to look at when it is spoken and to whom it is spoken. Matt 12 is spoken to and applies to unbelieving Jews before the cross, and before the Holy Spirit was given to believers. They were under Mosaic law, we are under grace. When we are saved, the Holy Spirit seals us (Eph 1:13-14). That was not the case before the cross. It is senseless to apply that verse to Christians today indwelt by the Holy Spirit. In this dispensation of grace, we are saved when we believe the gospel. At that point, ALL our sins,(Oral or Physical) are forgiven (Col 2:13 and 3:13). So the only thing that is unpardonable is unbelief.
---michael_e on 10/12/16


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---michael_e on 10/9/16

You did not produce Scripture that says "unbelief" is blasphemy.

Mat 12:31 (GNB) . . . whoever says evil things against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.

Mat 12:31 (BBE) . . . evil words against the Spirit . . .

Mat 12:31 (CEV) . . . if you speak against the Holy Spirit . . .

Jesus does not lie, men lie. Three Bible versions agree that speaking evil of the Holy Spirit is blasphemy.
---aservant on 10/10/16


In order to understand the Bible, It must be studied dispensationally, that is, rightly divide the scriptures (2 Timothy 2:15). But what does it mean to study dispensationally or to rightly divide? On the most basic level: It is reading a Bible passage and asking, "Am I in the group of people being spoken to here?" That is, "Is this passage speaking to Christians?" Most commonly, we are taught that the entire Bible is written to us. But that is not entirely correct. The whole Bible is written for us, for our learning, but not all of it is addressed to us
---michael_e on 10/9/16


Heb 3:19 "they (the children of Israel) could not enter in because of unbelief." God can forgive any sin except the sin of UNBELIEF . . . ---michael_e on 10/8/16

I produced Scripture specifically stating that ALL MANNER of sin will be forgiven except blasphemy against the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.

When you produce a Scripture that specifically states that unbelief will not be forgive, then I will buy what you say.
---aservant on 10/8/16


aaservant, the sin of unbelief happens when you blaspheme the Holy Spirit. Why? Because when you blaspheme the Holy Spirit, you are blaspheming the One who testifies of Christ who makes the truth known to us. And if you do that, you remain in unbelief. And that is sin. Get it?
---Luke on 10/9/16


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Heb 3:19 "they (the children of Israel) could not enter in because of unbelief."
God can forgive any sin except the sin of UNBELIEF ( refusing to believe Christ died for them, paid their sin debt, and rose from the dead in power. If a person refuses to believe that Gospel, then that person's doom is sealed.
After the stoning of Stephen and the Holy Spirit aspect (Acts 6) the future concerning the Nation of Israel is down hill. Because they committed that unpardonable sin, rejecting the Father and Son, but also rejected the Holy Spirit. And the Jews been suffering, in spiritual blindness. I didn't take it out of the Nation of Israel and try to put it in the Church age.
---michael_e on 10/8/16


aservant, the sin of unbelief is the blasphemy . . . ---Luke on 10/7/16

Unbelief IS NOT blasphemy.

Mat 12:31 . . . All mannerG3956 of sinG266 andG2532 blasphemyG988 shall be forgivenG863 unto men:G444 butG1161 theG3588 blasphemyG988 against theG3588 Holy GhostG4151 shall notG3756 be forgivenG863 unto men.G444

blasphemy definition, Greek:
G988

blasphemia
blas-fay-me'-ah
From G989, vilification (especially against God): - blasphemy, evil speaking, railing.

Evil speaking against or about the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.
---aservant on 10/7/16


asservant, the sin of unbelief is the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. the reason it is a sin is because it the Holy Spirit who testifies of Christ and makes truth known to us (John 15:26: 16:14,15). If the Holy Spirit does not testify to a lost person, he remains in unbelief.
---Luke on 10/7/16


And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.
Matthew:12:32

This is the greatest sin because God will never forgive the ones who do this sin.
---aservant on 10/5/16


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The worst sin to commit is, not believing in the Lord Jesus Christ and His resurrection. The Bible calls it, the sin of unbelief.
---Luke on 9/29/16


I am thinking marriage is the worse sin to commit. Reflecting upon my own marriage and how most marriages are no good, and how more marriages end in divorce, and the rest should, and all the abortions and evils, and how unhappy marriages are, yes, marriage to me is the worst sin.
---mike4879 on 9/23/16


Hello,Thankyou for your comment yes I have to say Monk_Brendan you are correct.Blessings come when our heart & mind doing the right thing,the Godly thing...I have always you know tried and struggles come but that when the Lord bless me in put self away do as He wants.thankyou again!
---Elena_95555 on 6/26/16


Elena said, " One sin that people struggle with I believe probably like UNforgiveness...especially when you try over & over...

Forgiving is sometimes very difficult. But if you consider it this way, it will become easier for you.

Forgiving is like peeling an onion. The outer skin isn't too bad, but once you get to the first real layer, you have to tear up and cry a little. But as you peel each layer back, you begin to feel better. Finally, you peel the last layer back, and you have nothing to cry about.

Forgiveness is also an act of will. Sometimes, when I am having a bad time, I have to say, "Lord, by an act of my will, I forgive -------. Please help my emotions catch up to my act of will.
---Monk_Brendan on 6/26/16


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One sin that people struggle with I believe probably like UNforgiveness...especially when you try over & over,with the same people but You know you must forgive if you want God to forgive you! Bless the Lord.
---Elena_95555 on 6/24/16


The worst sin to commit is not to believe Jesus is the Son of God. It will send you to hell like no other sin.. God considers unbelief to be worst sin.we must believe His Word!
---rivka on 5/26/16


Lee:

Yes, but that's beside the point. This blog isn't about "what is the worst law to break?". It's about "what's the worst sin to commit?" - and if all sins are equal in God's eyes, we should (theoretically) feel no more guilty about stealing someone's life savings that a stick of gum. Do you really feel that way, or do you know anyone else who does?
---StrongAxe on 5/25/16


Strong axe.
using that example would be like saying stealing a piece of candy is no different than stealing thousands of dollars of someone's life savings. Jesus doesn't differentiate between the two. but man's law does which case we are supposed to obey men's lawwso long as it's just and at the same time I don't think nobody in their right mind Would want to commit vehicular homicide in order to not break a promise that would constitute a sin itself. you can be forgiven for both but the latter you would still be sitting in jail
---Lee on 5/24/16


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Lee:

In my (absurd) example, one has the choice to wait for a pedestrian, and be late for a commitment (breaking one's word), or to willingly mow down the pedestrian and keep the commitment. If, after all, breaking one's word and vehicular homicide are both sins of equal weight, one could legitimately choose either one. The very fact that nobody in his right mind would think the second choice is reasonable shows that the very idea is absurd - i.e. this is reductio ad absurdum. The two sins are NOT the same.
---StrongAxe on 5/21/16


Maybe not the worst but one of the hardest to deal with is pride.

For those filled with pride are hard to convince they are wrong. God list's it as one he hates.
---Samuelbb7 on 5/21/16


Jerry I like that analogy. And strong axe you are partly right. But those examples about being late to work and running over someone those are accidents so that doesn't even make sense
---Lee on 5/21/16


Lee:

This can lead to thinking like "Someone is in my way driving to work. I can stop, be late, break my word and thus sin, - or run them over to get there on time, which is no worse a sin."

At some level this is true, but at other levels it is not. There are many cases where the Bible singles out specific sins that God considers more heinous than others. Jesus frequently socialized with thieves and prostitutes, and other "low-lifes", yet he didn't have harsh words for them (not even the adulteress caught re-handed) - yet he frequently condemned the hypocritical pharisees. It seems he hates sins of the spirit much more than sins of the flesh.
---StrongAxe on 5/20/16


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What is the worst sin to commit?

The one the Holy Spirit is trying to convict you of right now.



---Jerry6593 on 5/20/16


There is no worse sin in God's eyes. Unless you confess and repent for your sins you will surely burn in the Lake of Fire.
---Lee on 5/19/16


All sin is hurtful to the church
It's curious that people think they can follow Jesus when the Bible says he is seated in heavenly places (Eph 1:20 ).
Seated in heavenly places, the Lord is not going anywhere at the moment, and neither are those who claim to be following him.
The Lords apostle to the Gentiles instructs us to follow him as he is of Christ.1 Cor 11:1
He recorded his instructions in the Bible and there are faithful men that follow after his God-given pattern (2 Tim 2:2 , 2 Tim 3:16). The Bible contains Gods instructions. The Bible rightly divided contains Gods instructions for you.
Brethren, be followers together of me, and mark them which walk so as ye have us for an ensample. Phil 3:17
---michael_e on 9/19/15


Correct Michael_e

Another sin that is hurtful to the church is to be the Hypocrite. Who says they follow JESUS but lives for themselves. People look at that type of person and let it drive them from following Jesus.

Hypocrites are the worst enemy of the Church. They give help to Satan. They give reasons to not believe to Atheists.

Paul speaks of them in Romans 2. For example.

Romans 2:21
Thou therefore which teachest another, teachest thou not thyself? thou that preachest a man should not steal, dost thou steal?

Please read the whole chapter.
agape
---Samuelbb7 on 9/19/15


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God can forgive any sin except the sin of UNBELIEF (when people refuse to believe that Christ died for them, paid their sin debt, and rose from the dead in power.If a person refuses to believe that Gospel, then that person's fate is sealed.
Hebrews 11:6 says to us in the Age of Grace: "But without faith it is impossible to please him...."
---michael_e on 9/18/15


:) Thank you Micha and GOD be with you.
---Samuelbb7 on 9/17/15


Although Samuel and I usually disagree on "law" in certain contexts, I agree completely with his post.
---micha9344 on 9/16/15


Incorrect Theodore. Many people sin and break the law. But rejecting JESUS is worse.

When we break the law of GOD. We can repent and turn to Jesus.

1 John 2:1

My little children, these things write I unto you, that ye sin not. And if any man sin, we have an advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous:

Those who reject JESUS cannot be saved.
---Samuelbb7 on 9/13/15


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\\Cluny, I'm neither a Calvinist not an Arminian.
---learner2 on 8/29/15\\

Neither are the Orthodox.
---Cluny on 9/12/15


"For it is not those who hear the law who are righteous in God's sight, but it is those who obey the law who will be declared righteous." Rom. 2:13 Disobeying the law Paul is referencing is the worst sin you can commit because you cannot be forgiven if that law is disobeyed.
---Theodore_A._Jones on 9/12/15


Hello everyone, I'm back after being away for over 2 years due to a chronic illness. KarenD your post on 8/18/15 is correct. The second worst sin is denying and rejecting salvation is found in Christ and Christ Alone.
---Rob on 9/8/15


It's quite obvious that God has not given everyone the grace to believe, else there would be a lot more believers. ---learner2 on 8/27/15

It's obvious that 1/3 of the Angels who didn't even NEED to believe, but beheld the FACE of God and STILL DENIED HIM.

So, it isn't in the believing that counts, but the accepting that matters.

The Angels just didn't want to follow God anymore.
God doesn't FORCE any being to love HIM.
Even if you did from the beginning to the age of 85.
You can deny Him and at the age of 86 go to hell.

As one can deny Him for 85 years, but accept him at the age 86 until death of the age 87 and go to Heaven.

Please stop trying to be God and deciding who is going to hell or not.
---Nicole_Lacey on 9/8/15


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StrongAxe, I have not said, nor do I believe, that the great mass of humanity will go to hell, at least not permanently.
---learner2 on 9/1/15


Born in wrong Place and time

You Don't have God in control !

Luke 12:7
---Richardc on 9/1/15


Thank you Cluny.

Good point Strong ax.

Lerner2 I know that is possible. But now you have to explain your understanding in clear precise terms. Since we have no reference we can use to understand your points.

Agape
---Samuelbb7 on 9/1/15


learner2:

You said: Have people who have lived and died having never heard of Jesus Christ received the grace to believe? If so, it's a graceless grace.

How so? The very definition of "grace" is that it is undeserved. The alternative is to say that the vast majority of the earth's population is condemned to hell merely because they had the misfortune (i.e. God's Will frowning on them) to be born in the wrong place and the wrong time.
---StrongAxe on 8/31/15


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Cluny, I'm neither a Calvinist not an Arminian.
---learner2 on 8/29/15


\\Cluny - Put down the verses you are Using , - Thank's
---Richardc on 8/28/15\\

I've already given examples from Scripture. John 6 is one such example.

**Cluny, I'm not familiar with the synod of dort.**

That's where the expression "Tulip Theology", with its 4th point of irresistible grace, came from.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 8/29/15


Cluny - Put down the verses you are Using , - Thank's
---Richardc on 8/28/15


Cluny, I'm not familiar with the synod of dort. Have people who have lived and died having never heard of Jesus Christ received the grace to believe? If so, it's a graceless grace.
---learner2 on 8/28/15


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\\
It's quite obvious that God has not given everyone the grace to believe, else there would be a lot more believers.\\

Non sequituur.

Contrary to the Calvinist Synod of Dordt, grace CAN be resisted.

Multitudes were given grace in hearing the living words of the Incarnate Word, but refused to hearken to it.

Glory to Jesus Christ!
---Cluny on 8/28/15


It's quite obvious that God has not given everyone the grace to believe, else there would be a lot more believers.
---learner2 on 8/27/15


James 2:10 - For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend one point, he is guilty of all,
---Richardc on 8/24/15


It is no sin not to believe if one hasn't received that grace.---learner2 on 8/23/15


True, but since EVERYONE has been given the Grace it is a sin to refuse the Grace.
---Nicole_Lacey on 8/24/15


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No one can believe unless given the grace to believe. It is no sin not to believe if one hasn't received that grace.
---learner2 on 8/23/15


The worst sin is unbelief
When a person was saved in the early acts period they received the power of the Holy Ghost which supernaturally caused them to walk in the statutes of God (Ezekiel 36:26-27).
The blaspheming of the Holy Ghost is equivalent to rejection of the Holy Ghost after being affected by His supernatural New Covenant ministry.
We are not considered righteous by repenting and being baptized, believing the gospel of the kingdom, or by following the law. (Matt 19:17, Acts 2:38, Luke 7:29-30). We receive justification on the merits of the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ.
We glory that Christ hath already forgiven all your trespasses (Col 2:13), and that God is not imputing sins in this age (2 Cor 5:19).
---michael_e on 8/20/15


Jesus says the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit will not be forgiven.

Also, He says if we do not forgive, "neither will your Father in heaven forgive your trespasses." (in Mark 11:25-26)

One of the worst things I can do now is to feel someone is worthless or unimportant or just for me to use.

And I need to not be getting so silly with my lady friend, but appreciate every moment with her, and honor her and encourage her, also not be so fast to just criticize her and try to change her ways, but be more into loving and appreciating her.
---Bill on 8/19/15


Mark 3:29 But he that shall blaspheme against the Holy Ghost hath never forgiveness, but is in danger of eternal damnation:
Karen, Josef, and Nicole have it correct.
Mass murder?
2Sa 24:15, 2Ki 19:35, Exo 12:29, Gen 7:21-22,
Sexual sin?
Gen 38:6-26
v.26 And Judah acknowledged [them], and said, She hath been more righteous than I...
Both?
1Sa 18:7, 2Sa 11:4
Acts 13:22 I have found David the [son] of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.
-All sins other than disbelief can be categorized under James:
Jam 2:10 For whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one [point], he is guilty of all.
-Guilty is guilty.
---micha9344 on 8/19/15


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Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit as it is unforgivable.---KarenD on 8/18/15


Why ask? Karen is correct.
Jesus, Himself tells us the answer.

Are we trying to say Jesus doesn't know what HE is speaking about.

The question isn't what is the worse sin to US to commit, but the worse sin.

Since Jesus is Lord and God, the answer only applies to Him.
---Nicole_Lacey on 8/19/15


"What is the worst sin to commit?"
Refusing the prompting of Holy Spirit to receive, acknowledge, and confess Jesus as Lord and Savior via His atoning sacrifice, thus refusing His empowerment to submit to, rely on, adhere to, and trust in His finished work.
---Josef on 8/19/15


Mass murder, because there's no way to reverse its effects.
---learner2 on 8/18/15


Daniel,

The worse sin is Sexual sin see 1 Corinthians 6:15-20, 1 Thes 4:1-7, and Eph 5:1-3.

This is a very good question my friend.
---john9346 on 8/18/15


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Blasphemy of the Holy Spirit as it is unforgivable.
---KarenD on 8/18/15


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