I said, I don’t want to see God. Is it blasphemy?

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Speaker 1

Anna Nemo asks I blessing God. I said God forgive me, that I didn’t want to see the face of God and that I would never go to church. Is it blasphemy against the Holy Spirit? Well, God forgive me.

Speaker 2

None of them. That is a great question. And I think you’re like many people who have in a moment of anger or passion or just strong feelings, you just sent them into God that was not respectful or not the way you want to speak to your God in heaven. And I will say that God definitely will forgive you. And so I do want to leave with the Bible verse that Jesus mentioned, one John, one nine. I think that this is the absolute epicity of any question as far as the answer as to will God forgive you of saying something against him. And first, John, it’s very clear. It says if we confess our sins. So it starts with the condition of if. So the only condition of God forgiving if we confess our sins. So if you confess to God, lord, I said this and I’m sorry, it says going on in the verse, it says he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. And so yes, my brother or sister, if you said this to God. And first of all, no, you did not blast in the Holy Spirit to blaspheme the Holy Spirit is when you no longer hear the Spirit’s voice calling to you and you refuse to ask for forgiveness.

Speaker 2

That’s when you blasting the Holy Spirit. You my friend, have not blasphemy Holy Spirit. And I can tell by the way you wrote this question that you feel a lot of guilt and a lot of remorse for what you said and I totally understand. And so, no, you’ve not done the impartial sin. And yes, God will forgive you. All you need to do is confess to God and he is absolutely faithful to forgive you your sins and cleanse you from all unrighteousness. And I just want to give you one more birth. And I’m trying to remember it off the top of my head, but basically it says when he asked God to forgive us, he gives us so many beautiful illustrations to kind of show us exactly just how God forgive us. And there’s this beautiful verse, please, if you guys can help me because I always forget where this one is. But basically it’s talking about where Jesus or God takes our sins and throws them into the death of the sea. So just imagine as you confess your sin that like you said, he faithfully. Just forgive your sin of crimes more righteousness.

Speaker 2

Imagine you’re taking that skin like a stone and throwing in the depth of the sea. It process, he remembers it no more. And so please know, yes, you are forgiven. Absolutely. And just imagine it going into the depth of the sea? I don’t know Germany. If you know that verse, he’s taking our sentence from them to the death of the state. Let me see if I can find that. There you go. Thank you so much again. This is just such a precious purse. I was right. There the next one. I have a list of them. It says he will have, again, compassion on us. This is God’s heart for this. God will have compassion on us and will subdue our iniquity. Subdue means to cover it. And we’ll cast all our sins into the depth of the sea. So I just want you to imagine that you are in your mind know for a fact, because God’s promised in his word Micah 719, that he does forgive. And he’s he not only covers your sin, but he throws it in the sea. You just don’t have to worry about it anymore once you give it to God.

Speaker 2

So I pray that’s a blessing to you.

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