I’m afraid I’ve committed the unpardonable sin. Please help me!

Author: BibleAsk Team


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Speaker 1

Okay, so this is where Jagar is asking can I ask help, please? Because this Bible verse put me into panic, anxiety and worrying. It’s in the blasphemy against the Holy Spirit because lately I rejected Jesus, or the God maybe, but I ask forgiveness, confessing and apologizing for those words I said. And I’m still worshipping God and Jesus. This is my question. Can God forgive Christian who rejected the Holy Spirit again and again, but lately they apologize and apologizing, continuing worshipping Jesus and they’re god, I’m really afraid to lose my salvation. I am blaming God for the bad things happening to me because I believe he managed my life. That is why I once said or insult against God just to talk with Him my anger and pain. But lately I still apologize because those words I said against Jesus and God.

Speaker 2

Well, yeah, we definitely address this and we’ll repeat again one of the best verses of the whole Bible. Right? First, John one nine. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.

Speaker 1

Go ahead and finish. No, I just want to say that especially because this question is coming up a lot and I know it is a question that a lot of people have. And I just want to say that when you are in the midst of this anxiety and this struggle and this fear and worry about wondering if God can forgive you and if God can love you and for the mistakes that you’ve made in your life that is the time, among all times to remember that God loves you immensely. Like God loves you so much that he knew you were going to have these struggles. And Jesus went to the cross to take those struggles away from you, to set you free from those struggles. That’s how much God loves you. So to think that God can’t forgive you in these moments is to be deceived. God gave everything to be able to have, you know, his forgiveness and his love for you. That’s what he wants. And he just wants you to know that and to know that in every part of your body, of your mind, of your heart when you are struggling with these things.

Speaker 1

That is exactly why he went to the cross for you.

Speaker 2

Don’t answer the next question.

Speaker 1

I didn’t know I was I hadn’t even run ahead yet. But I just really want people to know who are struggling with anxiety, are struggling with these kinds of issues, these fears, these concerns. Like, this is precisely what Jesus went to their cross for. Precisely.

Speaker 3

Can I add one last thought on this matter?

Speaker 1

Yeah.

Speaker 3

That was so beautiful, Wendy. I’m sorry to even say anything else because that was very true and so heartfelt and so beautiful. What you’re describing here to my brother who’s asking, is very similar to me to what Peter went through do you remember, Peter, when Jesus, he said Lord, I’ll die for you. I’ll do anything for you. But then when it came time for Jesus to be crucified, he denied him three times. So after Jesus was crucified, he came to Peter and Peter had to confess this. And he asked Peter do you love me? Three times. And Jesus said, yes, I love you. And so he had to come back to Jesus. But when he did, Jesus accepted him even though he had denied Jesus. In Jesus’s most critical hour, he denied him. But yet Peter writes a beautiful verse in the book he wrote second Peter, chapter three, verse nine. And it says the Lord is not slack concerning his promise as some men count slackness but is long suffering towards us. God is patient with us even though he because he knows we’re going to mess up and make mistakes but is long suffering toward us, patient with us, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.

Speaker 3

So if you are coming to repentance, you are following God’s will. And Jesus says anybody that comes to me, I will in no wise cast out. So as long as you’re coming to Christ, God will not reject you. He will accept you. But you just have to fully and completely repent. And like we said, there’s no sin that God cannot forgive as long as we confess it and come to Him with an open heart.

Speaker 1

Amen.

Speaker 2

And yeah, we should keep in mind who is the one that condemns? Who is the one that accuses? We’re talking about the devil. Revelation 1210. It refers to the devil as the accuser of the brethren. That’s the devil’s role. And so when we Christians even start being the accusers we’re not acting like Christ because we are. In John 811, what did Christ say to the woman caught in the middle of the act of adultery which many of us think is like the worst sin ever next to murder. Right. And what did Jesus say? Neither do I condemn you.

Speaker 3

Yeah, but go and sin no more.

Speaker 2

But go and sin no more. Exactly. And we all know John 316, right, that God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten Son that whosoever believeth in in him shall not perish but ever have everlasting life. The very next verse though most people don’t know for God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world but to deliver the world through him. Yeah. That’s God. That’s the God we serve. God who is love.

Speaker 1

Amen. Our.

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