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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #150 on: September 22, 2014, 01:16:27 AM »
i am sorry for bothering everyone here...i appreciate your time in trying to help me and but i am afraid and very depressed...if there is anything else you can share that might help me..if i might fin dany mercy from god  at all and his sirit can be with em, please let me know????????

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« Reply #151 on: September 22, 2014, 01:22:10 AM »
if you grieve or quench the holy spirit and insult the spirit then you cannot experience him again..i cannot have any fruit of the spirit or repent or anything because he has left me....it i snot  matter of simply believing in him or "receiving" him...it is a fact that he is not with me now and has not been for a long time...i blasphemed him on top of my willfull sinning stint...i have no hope left...i found out backsliding is the first step to wars apostasy...i do not wish to exist anymore  :'(

I think you're mistaken. Scripture must always be considered in context. Those who blasphemed the spirit when they saw Christ's miracles were not to be pardoned in this eon or the next, but they will eventually be vivified at the consummation of the eons when death is abolished and all mankind is saved.

We in the body of Christ in this era of grace are not pardoned. We are justified.

"you are sealed with the holy spirit of promise (which is an earnest of the enjoyment of our allotment, to the deliverance of that which has been procured) for the laud of His glory" (Ephesians 1:13,14)

"And do not be causing sorrow to the holy spirit of God by which you are sealed for the day of deliverance." (Ephesians 4:30)

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #152 on: September 22, 2014, 03:05:44 AM »
i am sorry for bothering everyone here...i appreciate your time in trying to help me and but i am afraid and very depressed...if there is anything else you can share that might help me..if i might fin dany mercy from god  at all and his sirit can be with em, please let me know????????

I can only speak for myself, and you're not bothering me. I know what it's like to feel like you've let the Lord down. I was raised in the Roman Catholic Church, but I left it in my teens to seek the truth elsewhere. I wasn't familiar with scripture. So I investigated various other things before I came to realize that God really does speak to you through the words in that book of scripture. I'm paperless now. So I don't use a book anymore, but I read scripture every morning. I tried some Protestant churches in the past. I haven't gone to church for a long time though, and I don't plan to. Sometimes I look online to see if I can find some like minded folks locally, but I never have. The only thing I found that would come close my doctrinal belief is a Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship that's in another town, but I never checked it out mostly because I think the best way to fellowship in the real world these days is in the home with friends. My fellowship with other believers is mostly online now. That's why I visit this forum. The most important thing is to study the word of God though and understand the context of what you're reading because, if you get things mixed together that aren't supposed to be, you're going to get confused. That's why I told you to try reading Paul's epistles to learn about the grace of God. You're "afraid and very depressed" because you think you've been condemned for blaspheming the spirit. There was a time when I was worried about the same thing, but I know better now. You may have had doubts and even gotten angry at God probably about something that was your own doing, but you're not guilty of what the folks did when they accused the Lord of casting out demons by the chief of demons. Those of us chosen in Christ before the disruption of the world are not immune to doubt or backsliding. I've sure had my share of it and then some. We're in the process of becoming more like Christ, but we're still dealing with our sinful flesh while doing so even though we're in the spirit. So don't be so down on yourself no matter what you did because you belong to the Lord, and Satan can't get you. Satan can deceive you, but learn from your mistakes to try to avoid messing up again. None of us are perfected yet. When Christ walked the earth before he was crucified, he caught a lot of heat because he hung out with the riff-raff of society, but those were the folks that got saved because they knew he was sent from God. No matter how hard you try, you're going to sin once in awhile because you're human. Don't let Satan con you into thinking that God gives up on you because you do. Back when that blasphemy of the spirit was going on while Christ was performing his miracles, he was ministering to the Jews which is who he was specifically sent to deal with. Very rarely did he consent to heal somebody who wasn't Jewish. Those who followed Christ and he himself were still keeping the law that Jews were supposed to live by. It wasn't until after Christ was crucified, was roused from the dead, and appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus, that the message of salvation gratuitously in grace through faith began to be preached by Paul as he had come to be known. And he always tried to persuade the Jews first, but most of them rejected his evangel. We of the nations in the body of Christ were never meant to be bound by the Jewish law. The pardon that is mentioned in scripture relating to the blasphemy of the spirit that happened before this era of grace began does not apply to those of us in the body of Christ because we are far more than pardoned. We are justified in Christ, and there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus because we are sealed with the holy spirit of promise for the day of deliverance. That's why I keep telling you to stop believing Satan's lie that you're "lost and broken" regardless of where you're getting your information whether it's the church or scripture out of context. Believe that you were chosen before you were even born for a purpose in the coming eons to be an ambassador of Christ in the celestial realm. That is God's plan, and nothing will ruin that plan. That's why scripture says there is no condemnation in Christ. We have the spirit of God in us to guide us back to the right path when we stray. That's why you feel bad about your sin, but you're neglecting to realize that where sin increases, grace superexceeds.

"For even as, through the disobedience of the one man, the many were constituted sinners, thus also, through the obedience of the One, the many shall be constituted just. Yet law came in by the way, that the offense should be increasing. Yet where sin increases, grace superexceeds, that, even as Sin reigns in death, thus Grace also should be reigning through righteousness, for life eonian, through Jesus Christ, our Lord." (Romans 5:19-21)
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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #153 on: September 22, 2014, 03:07:03 PM »
if you grieve or quench the holy spirit and insult the spirit then you cannot experience him again..i cannot have any fruit of the spirit or repent or anything because he has left me....it i snot  matter of simply believing in him or "receiving" him...it is a fact that he is not with me now and has not been for a long time...i blasphemed him on top of my willfull sinning stint...i have no hope left...i found out backsliding is the first step to wars apostasy...i do not wish to exist anymore  :'(

You are choosing to believe a doctrine.   Then you have several other doctrines stacked on top of that. 

You can choose to serve God no matter what any doctrine says. 

If you are damned, and it is all your fault, and God somehow hates you, you can still love.

When you love you please God.

How can you please God if you are somehow damned?

Can you love?  Do you practice love? 

The fruit of the Spirit is Love............................

If you make the choice to love, you most definitely have the spirit, the ability, the desire to serve God.

Any doctrine that that says otherwise will have to take a back seat, because the proof is in the love.

Love is where Christianity starts and ends.  Just tell any doctrine in your mind that wants to condemn you, that you have chosen to love, not thinking about yourself, and the condemnation will have to wait until you are done..............then don't stop making it about love.  It is a dirty trick to play condemnation.




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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #154 on: September 22, 2014, 03:19:26 PM »
I can only speak for myself, and you're not bothering me. I know what it's like to feel like you've let the Lord down. I was raised in the Roman Catholic Church, but I left it in my teens to seek the truth elsewhere. I wasn't familiar with scripture. So I investigated various other things before I came to realize that God really does speak to you through the words in that book of scripture. I'm paperless now. So I don't use a book anymore, but I read scripture every morning. I tried some Protestant churches in the past. I haven't gone to church for a long time though, and I don't plan to. Sometimes I look online to see if I can find some like minded folks locally, but I never have. The only thing I found that would come close my doctrinal belief is a Unitarian Universalist Christian Fellowship that's in another town, but I never checked it out mostly because I think the best way to fellowship in the real world these days is in the home with friends. My fellowship with other believers is mostly online now. That's why I visit this forum. The most important thing is to study the word of God though and understand the context of what you're reading because, if you get things mixed together that aren't supposed to be, you're going to get confused. That's why I told you to try reading Paul's epistles to learn about the grace of God. You're "afraid and very depressed" because you think you've been condemned for blaspheming the spirit. There was a time when I was worried about the same thing, but I know better now. You may have had doubts and even gotten angry at God probably about something that was your own doing, but you're not guilty of what the folks did when they accused the Lord of casting out demons by the chief of demons. Those of us chosen in Christ before the disruption of the world are not immune to doubt or backsliding. I've sure had my share of it and then some. We're in the process of becoming more like Christ, but we're still dealing with our sinful flesh while doing so even though we're in the spirit. So don't be so down on yourself no matter what you did because you belong to the Lord, and Satan can't get you. Satan can deceive you, but learn from your mistakes to try to avoid messing up again. None of us are perfected yet. When Christ walked the earth before he was crucified, he caught a lot of heat because he hung out with the riff-raff of society, but those were the folks that got saved because they knew he was sent from God. No matter how hard you try, you're going to sin once in awhile because you're human. Don't let Satan con you into thinking that God gives up on you because you do. Back when that blasphemy of the spirit was going on while Christ was performing his miracles, he was ministering to the Jews which is who he was specifically sent to deal with. Very rarely did he consent to heal somebody who wasn't Jewish. Those who followed Christ and he himself were still keeping the law that Jews were supposed to live by. It wasn't until after Christ was crucified, was roused from the dead, and appeared to Saul on the road to Damascus, that the message of salvation gratuitously in grace through faith began to be preached by Paul as he had come to be known. And he always tried to persuade the Jews first, but most of them rejected his evangel. We of the nations in the body of Christ were never meant to be bound by the Jewish law. The pardon that is mentioned in scripture relating to the blasphemy of the spirit that happened before this era of grace began does not apply to those of us in the body of Christ because we are far more than pardoned. We are justified in Christ, and there is no condemnation in Christ Jesus because we are sealed with the holy spirit of promise for the day of deliverance. That's why I keep telling you to stop believing Satan's lie that you're "lost and broken" regardless of where you're getting your information whether it's the church or scripture out of context. Believe that you were chosen before you were even born for a purpose in the coming eons to be an ambassador of Christ in the celestial realm. That is God's plan, and nothing will ruin that plan. That's why scripture says there is no condemnation in Christ. We have the spirit of God in us to guide us back to the right path when stray. That's why you feel bad about your sin, but you're neglecting to realize that where sin increases, grace superexceeds.

"For even as, through the disobedience of the one man, the many were constituted sinners, thus also, through the obedience of the One, the many shall be constituted just. Yet law came in by the way, that the offense should be increasing. Yet where sin increases, grace superexceeds, that, even as Sin reigns in death, thus Grace also should be reigning through righteousness, for life eonian, through Jesus Christ, our Lord." (Romans 5:19-21)

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #155 on: September 22, 2014, 03:45:40 PM »
Yes, also no one can confess Jesus as Lord apart from the Holy Spirit. Anyone who truly wants and confesses Jesus as Lord is surely doing so by the Holy Spirit!
From Him and through Him and to Him are all things.

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #156 on: September 22, 2014, 04:08:32 PM »
Psalms 51;17......The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart,O'God you will not despise.

   Psalms 51 was written for you.....Restore to me the joy of your salvation,and grant me a willing spirit

   to sustain me.

   cleanse me wash me. let me hear joy and gladness; let the bones you have crushed,rejoice. Hide your face

  from my sins and blot out my iniquity. Create in me a pure heart,O'God

   AND RENEW A STEADFAST SPIRIT WITHIN ME..DO NOT CAST ME FROM YOUR PRESENCE.....

    CLEANSE,SAVE,RESTORE..........

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #157 on: September 22, 2014, 04:16:16 PM »
 Excellent advice   Tom  :goodpost:     great example is your testimony  as well :thumbsup:
 
   Amen   Lomarah !! 
 
 I could only   say    one thing here  , take the focus off yourself   and your failures  and    place your focus on Jesus Christ and His   never failing  words !
 
  Peter was struggling in the  waters  of life and drowning   in them till He looked up   and kept His eyes on Jesus whom walks on  all the waters  and can  calm the seas  with rebuke  , Peter was walking on  water too than   !
 
 For depression fades away     when   you become Christ centered   and not    self centered            that is turning it around to me   [Peter  when you turn  feed my lambs  feed my sheep  ]   
 not what can I do for Jesus  or how I have failed     Jesus   , but what Jesus has done for you    way of thinking
 
     Poor Peter , we are some just like Peter who gets sifted       by Satan    But Jesus knows already   
 
 
31"Simon, Simon, behold, Satan has demanded permission to sift you like wheat;

 32but I have prayed for you, that your faith may not fail; and you, when once you have turned again, strengthen your brothers."
 
     This sifting is painful       and hard   process     anyone who judges it will be judged as well and though its   harsh  after all that    sifting
 
 agitate  you within  testing your faith  and what you believe   and obey http://www.blbclassic.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?Strongs=G4617&t=KJV
 
 Praying for your safe   and clean and pure heart to be used  perfectly  of God
 
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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #158 on: October 01, 2014, 03:59:05 PM »
does the second death and the correction we get include apostates too????? if he truly wants to restore us all doe sit also include those who have fallen so badly?????

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #159 on: October 01, 2014, 04:37:57 PM »
does the second death and the correction we get include apostates too????? if he truly wants to restore us all doe sit also include those who have fallen so badly?????


  Hello Dear one   ,
  There is a lot on    Tentmaker    site to help and videos   many links     and  Roger Tutts    posts      that help alot

 
  I just watched   some of them  , I hope if you have access    to them you will too
 
   the  wages of sin is death ,   death , not burning in  fire forever ,     this is for correction ,  seeing that it hurts , but that all Jesus says hurt , not  tortured   forever
  in the lake of fire     death is thrown into    the lake   of fire  last  ,       being the last enemy to be destroyed   is DEATH
 
  IN  ADAM  ALL DIE / DEATH AND ITS WAGES OF SIN    BY ONE MAN   , AND IN ONE MAN JESUS CHRIST   ALL SHALL BE MADE ALIVE
 
 JESUS CHRIST    IN HIS MERCY     IS THE SAVIOR OF ALL MEN ESPECIALLY THOSE WHO BELIEVE,   Jesus Christ is the Lord of the dead and Living      of the heavens and earth and below     
 
 hope this helps and is clear , it is    a beautiful thing to know and trust in   His power and authority   , GOD IS GOOD AND  GLORIOUS !   :HeartThrob:
  BLESS YOU  and be happy    child  of God touched by His  wonderful  grace 
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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #160 on: October 01, 2014, 05:12:43 PM »
i fell so badly but not because i hated him...i did not want to be an enemy of god...but i fell into very bad sins and i do not know how to undo them...two especially...i have asked him to forgive me but he has not....i cannot fix them or know how to....i did not want to be his enemy or to trample him underfoot...i love him and did not  live like i did though or i would not have sinned...i cannot stop crying... i wan tot come back to him and have been tring all year but he seems to make it clear i crossed the line...it took me 20 years to finally once and for all confess a certain sin and i still do not know how to undo the damage it caused...i am sure ti was him who told me he held all of those things against em and i was nto forgiven fo them...he was very angry with me...i feel so hopeless

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #161 on: October 01, 2014, 05:42:51 PM »
The Lord is good to those whose hope is in Him,to the one who seeks him;

  it is good to wait quietly for the salvation of the Lord. It is good for a man to bear the yoke while he is young

  Let him sit alone in silence,for the Lord has laid it on him. Let him bury his face in the dust-

  there may yet be hope. Let him offer his cheek to one who would strike him,and let him be filled with disgrace


  FOR MEN ARE NOT CAST OFF BY THE LORD FOREVER. THOUGH HE BRINGS GRIEF HE WILL SHOW

COMPASSION,SO GREAT IS HIS FAILING LOVE. FOR HE DOES NOT WILLINGLY BRING AFFLICTION

OR GRIEF TO THE CHILDREN OF MEN.

   TO CRUSH UNDERFOOT ALL PRISONERS IN THE LAND, TO DENY A MAN HIS RIGHTS BEFORE THE

  MOST HIGH,TO DEPRIVE A MAN OF JUSTICE-WOULD NOT THE LOORD SEE SUCH THINGS?

   WHO CAN SPEAK AND HAVE IT HAPPEN IF THE LORD HAS NOT DECREED IT

 IS IT NOT FROM THE MOUTH OF THE MOST HIGH THAT BOTH CALAMITIES AND GOOD THINGS COME

  WHY SHOULD ANY LIVING MAN COMPLAIN WHEN PUNISHED FOR HIS SINS?

  LET US EXAMINE OUR WAYS AND TEST THEM, LET US LIFT UP OUR HEARTS AND HANDS TO GOD

  IN HEAVEN AND SAY 'WE HAVE SINNED AND REBELLED AND YOU HAVE NOT FORGIVEN YOU HAVE COVERED

 YOURSELF WITH ANGER AND PURSUED US,YOU HAVE SLAIN WITHOUT PITY

  YOU HAVE COVERED YOURSELF WITH A CLOUD SO THAT NO PRAYER CAN GET THROUGH

  YOU HAVE MADE US SCUM AND REFUSE AMONG THE NATIONS

  ALL OUR ENEMIES HAVE OPENED THEIR MOUTHS WIDE AGAINST US.....................


.......THEY TRIED TO END MY LIFE IN A PIT..AND THREW STONES AT ME....THE WATERS CLOSED

OVER MY HEAD,AND I THOUGHT I WAS ABOUT TO BE CUT OFF. I CALLED ON YOUR NAME O'LORD

FROM THE DEPTHS OF THE PIT.  YOU HEARD MY PLEA..DO NOT CLOSE YOUR EARS TO MY CRY

FOR RELIEF.  YOU CAME NEAR WHEN I CALLED YOU,AND YOU SAID 'DO NOT FEAR'

O'LORD YOU TOOK UP MY CASE..YOU REDEEMED MY LIFE

      NOW,NOW...DRY YOUR TEARS....AND WAIT ON THE LORD,CHILD.   :friendstu:

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #162 on: October 01, 2014, 06:18:52 PM »
Yes, God loves even "those who have fallen so badly" as you say because God loves all mankind and will save all mankind.

"our Saviour, God, Who wills that all mankind be saved and come into a realization of the truth" (1 Timothy 2:3,4)

"Faithful is the saying and worthy of all welcome (for for this are we toiling and being reproached), that we rely on the living God, Who is the Saviour of all mankind, especially of believers. (1 Timothy 4:9,10)

That says "especially believers" because we are saved and will be vivified for eonian life in Christ, but unbelievers will be saved at the consummation of the eons when God will be "all in all" (1 Corinthians 15:20-28).

This was written by the man who said he was the worst of sinners because he persecuted and killed believers, but he was saved by the grace of God and spread the evangle farther than all the other apostles.

"For I am the least of the apostles, who am not competent to be called an apostle, because I persecute the ecclesia of God. Yet, in the grace of God I am what I am, and His grace, which is in me, did not come to be for naught, but more exceedingly than all of them toil I--yet not I, but the grace of God which is with me." (1 Corinthians 15:9,10)

"Grateful am I to Him Who invigorates me, Christ Jesus, our Lord, for He deems me faithful, assigning me a service, I, who formerly was a calumniator and a persecutor and an outrager: but I was shown mercy, seeing that I do it being ignorant, in unbelief. Yet the grace of our Lord overwhelms, with faith and love in Christ Jesus. Faithful is the saying, and worthy of all welcome, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners, foremost of whom am I. But therefore was I shown mercy, that in me, the foremost, Jesus Christ should be displaying all His patience, for a pattern of those who are about to be believing on Him for life eonian." (1 Timothy 1:12-16)

"Now expectation is not mortifying, seeing that the love of God has been poured out in our hearts through the holy spirit which is being given to us. For Christ, while we are still infirm, still in accord with the era, for the sake of the irreverent, died. For hardly for the sake of a just man will anyone be dying: for, for the sake of a good man, perhaps someone may even be daring to die, yet God is commending this love of His to us, seeing that, while we are still sinners, Christ died for our sakes. Much rather, then, being now justified in His blood, we shall be saved from indignation, through Him. For if, being enemies, we were conciliated to God through the death of His Son, much rather, being conciliated, we shall be saved in His life." (Romans 5:5-10)

"Near you is the declaration, in your mouth and in your heart--that is, the declaration of faith which we are heralding that, if ever you should be avowing with your mouth the declaration that Jesus is Lord, and should be believing in your heart that God rouses Him from among the dead, you shall be saved." (Romans 10:8,9)

"For everyone, whoever should be invoking the name of the Lord, shall be saved." (Romans 10:13)

God does not give us the experience of evil to break us down but to strengthen our faith in him as our savior. So he subjects us to nothing we can't survive. That's why it's time to really exercise our faith when it seems so dark you can't see the light. Often we don't understand why we are experiencing our trials, but it's always for our own good and the glory of God in the long run. I think we're in a continuous state of correction in this life, being perfected, becoming more like Christ. When we finally understand the purpose of a trial we have experienced and overcome by the power of God, we appreciate it even though it's not pleasant when we're in the midst of it. I think those of us who have been raised in a life of church doctrine and then come to a better understanding of scripture have some common experiences regarding misconceptions that must be overcome to understand the truth. I think we're all students. We all have something to learn. We should try to keep an open mind but focused on the word of God accurately translated so we can be freed from the bondage of church doctrine that is hard to break because we were programmed by it from a young age. It's sad to see most folks in the church blind to the truth and refusing to even consider a different perspective than what they're spoon fed from the pulpit every Sunday. Everybody needs to take responsibility for studying scripture themselves and not just let somebody else interpret it for them, and we need to know how to interpret it in context. I believe we will all simply know truth without even having to be told when we are finally in the light of the Lord. Until then, we will need to guard against our perception being distorted by the powers of darkness. I think it's wise to understand that distorted perception often comes through a misinterpretation of scripture because that seems to be the most effective deception of Satan that is accomplished through church doctrine. I think it's good to remember, when Christ was tried by Satan in the wilderness, he overcame the deception by putting into context scripture that was taken out and thereby distorted.

"Then Jesus was led up into the wilderness by the spirit to be tried by the Adversary. And, fasting forty days and forty nights, subsequently He hungers. And, approaching, the trier said to Him, "If you are God's Son, say that these stones may be becoming cakes of bread." Yet He, answering, said, "It is written, 'Not on bread alone shall man be living, but on every declaration going out through the mouth of God.'" Then the Adversary is taking Him along into the holy city, and stands Him on the wing of the sanctuary. And he is saying to Him. "If you are God's Son, cast yourself down, for it is written that 'His messengers shall be directed concerning Thee' and 'On their hands shall they be lifting Thee, Lest at some time Thou shouldst be dashing Thy foot against a stone.'" Jesus averred to him, "Again it is written, 'You shall not be putting on trial the Lord your God.'" Again the Adversary takes Him along into a very high mountain, and is showing Him all the kingdoms of the world and their glory. And he said to Him, "All these to you will I be giving, if ever, falling down, you should be worshiping me." Then Jesus is saying to him, "Go away, Satan, for it is written, The Lord your God shall you be worshiping, And to Him only shall you be offering divine service." Then the Adversary is leaving Him. And lo! messengers approached and waited on Him." (Matthew 4:1-11)

Don't ignore the scriptures we share with you about God saving all mankind just because you've read other scripture that you think applies to you. Satan can deceive you through scripture if you're not careful to see the big picture. I think Satan's most effective deception is misinterpretation of scripture through church doctrine to make folks think they are condemned when scripture actually says there is no condemenation to those of us who are believers.

"Nothing, consequently, is now condemnation to those in Christ Jesus." (Romans 8:1)

All scripture is inspired by God, but all scripture doesn't apply to everybody otherwise those of us who aren't Jews would be required to live by all 613 commandments in the law. The scripture you are being deceived by does not apply to you, but only to Jews at the time who said Christ was casting out demons by the chief of demons which actually makes no sense if you think about it. That's why Christ told them so. God wants you to be freed by the truth in scripture that you are loved and will be saved from the coming indignation. Even folks who used to worship Satan have come to believe in the saving grace of God through Christ Jesus, and they are saved. Nothing you have done in the past can deprive you from God's love. Just believe God saves you through the sacrifice of Christ on the cross who died, was entombed, and was roused from the dead. Be grateful for this truth, and know it's impossible for you not to be forgiven. You are more than forgiven because you're justified.

"Being justified gratuitously in His grace, through the deliverance which is in Christ Jesus (Whom God purposed for a Propitiatory shelter, through faith in His blood, for a display of His righteousness because of the passing over of the penalties of sins which occurred before in the forbearance of God), toward the display of His righteousness in the current era, for Him to be just and a Justifier of the one who is of the faith of Jesus." (Romans 3:24-26)   

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #163 on: October 01, 2014, 07:02:39 PM »
You feel guilty because God has given you a conscience. All of us on this website have experienced the same guilt because we've all sinned, but don't let Satan deceive you into thinking your sin is "unforgivable." I wish I had lived a more righteous life, but I can't change the past. I can mess up the present by worrying about the past though, and that's what you're doing. You need to realize Jesus paid the price for your sins, and you don't need to suffer for them yourself anymore. Just thank God that he's so gracious he loves you even though you have sinned. Don't continue to condemn yourself because God doesn't condemn you. God is conciliated with you through the death of his son and just wants you to be conciliated with him. Eventually that will happen with all God's creatures in the universe. That's why it's called universal reconciliation. Don't be down on yourself. Love God for being your savior and even your father. That's what the purpose of Christ's sacrifice was all about. That's why the accounts of Christ's life in scripture before he was crucified included all that were considered by society to be the worst of sinners who came to be those who loved him the most. The more you know you don't deserve God's grace the more you love him for it. I thank God everyday for saving a wretched soul like me. I know I'm unworthy. I know I don't deserve God's grace, but I believe him when he says I have it. All you can do is just believe God loves you and share that love with others who have gone through the same torment of guilt like you because there are a lot of folks just like you who have been deceived into thinking that God doesn't love them and won't forgive them. That's nothing but a lie from Satan. Believe God is love, and not one lost sheep will be forsaken. God loves you, and wants you to learn to forgive yourself and love yourself. There's no reason to be consumed with guilt any longer. Now is the time to realize that you are saved by the grace of God. 

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #164 on: October 01, 2014, 09:25:26 PM »
i fell so badly but not because i hated him...i did not want to be an enemy of god...but i fell into very bad sins and i do not know how to undo them...two especially...i have asked him to forgive me but he has not....i cannot fix them or know how to....i did not want to be his enemy or to trample him underfoot...i love him and did not  live like i did though or i would not have sinned...i cannot stop crying... i wan tot come back to him and have been tring all year but he seems to make it clear i crossed the line...it took me 20 years to finally once and for all confess a certain sin and i still do not know how to undo the damage it caused...i am sure ti was him who told me he held all of those things against em and i was nto forgiven fo them...he was very angry with me...i feel so hopeless

Brother, you remind me of someone:

Luke 18
10Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican. 11The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as this publican. 12I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of all that I possess. 13And the publican, standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes unto heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying, God be merciful to me a sinner. 14I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other: for every one that exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted.


I am humbled by your honesty and your heart felt cry for the Lord. Stay close to the Lord. The important thing is to trust him. Let every step be taken in faith that God honors those who cry out to him.

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #165 on: October 01, 2014, 11:38:33 PM »
does the second death and the correction we get include apostates too????? if he truly wants to restore us all doe sit also include those who have fallen so badly?????

Only a much Loved child of God would ask these questions.

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #166 on: Today at 12:11:01 AM »
I agree.

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Re: Unforgiveable Sin
« Reply #167 on: Today at 02:31:46 AM »
i fell so badly but not because i hated him...i did not want to be an enemy of god...but i fell into very bad sins and i do not know how to undo them...two especially...i have asked him to forgive me but he has not....i cannot fix them or know how to....i did not want to be his enemy or to trample him underfoot...i love him and did not  live like i did though or i would not have sinned...i cannot stop crying... i wan tot come back to him and have been tring all year but he seems to make it clear i crossed the line...it took me 20 years to finally once and for all confess a certain sin and i still do not know how to undo the damage it caused...i am sure ti was him who told me he held all of those things against em and i was nto forgiven fo them...he was very angry with me...i feel so hopeless

"If we confess our sins, He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and cleanse us from ALL unrighteousness." (1 John 1:9)

God is faithful- even when we are not. Even the most grievous sins are forgiven AND WASHED AWAY when we confess them.

Perhaps it is not the Lord who will not forgive you. I believe He already has, because the scriptures cannot be broken.

"Faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God" (Romans 10:17)

If you can "hear" what the word of God is saying to you in 1 John, and begin to thank Him for forgiving you and washing you clean- I believe the condemnation will be broken off of your heart, mind and soul.

Rom 8:1 There is therefore now no condemnation to them which are in Christ Jesus, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit. For the law of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus hath made me free from the law of sin and death. For what the law could not do, in that it was weak through the flesh, God sending his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and for sin, condemned sin in the flesh: That the righteousness of the law might be fulfilled in us, who walk not after the flesh, but after the Spirit.

I believe your repentance and desire to have fellowship with God is sincere, and it is some sense of law and the voice of the "accuser of the brethen" that is holding you down. Maybe even, you cannot forgive yourself. Trust the Lord'm He knows our faults, weaknesses, etc. As David was forgiven for adultery and murder- their is nothing you have done for which God will not forgive you. He loves you. He sent His son to set you free from the law of sin and death. Embrace His forgiveness and cleansing :o)

Without it you will not be able to walk in freedom from sin, because our deliverance begins when we accept forgiveness- not because we have stopped sinning.

Sin ceases, and death with it, when we embrace life- which comes by grace through faith beginning with forgiveness, and then we grow in sanctification as we learn to trust His faithfulnes towards us. Any faithfulness we develope towards Him is the product of His forgiving, cleansing and empowering us. Us perfecting ourselves is impossible. Only He can grant us grace and growth in love. All we can do is ask.

Matthew 7:7 Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you:

8 For every one that asks receives; and he that seeks finds; and to him that knocks it shall be opened.

9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his son ask bread, will he give him a stone?

10 Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent?

11 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?

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