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I wanna come to jesus but i blasphemised the holy spirit?

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Once for an hour i denied the holy spirit and hated him for 10 minutes. Now i regret it. Can i be forgiven my jesus and be loved by him?
Also, most people in YA said i cannot be forgiven which freaked me out.
 
Is there hope for me?


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Well i was a evil person, a wicked person, I got angry at the lord because he wasn't letting me do bad things. I thought bad things were cool to do until i realized that doing evil things was not the way to go, and all this evil stuff were eventually going to lead to prison and hell, and jesus does not like sin, and i realised that sin will not be forgievn until i really repented and stopeed begin evil. I thought Jesus freely forgives sin even though you you keep doing them. I am only 16 by the way. But i was wrong!!! My sins were NOT forgiven because i kept doing them. Now i realised that doing good stuff was the way to go, now i realise that THE LORD IS THE WAY TO GO!!! Being with jesus is better than being alone forever. I feel like i blasphemised the holy spirit and cannot repent but i wanna be forgiven.



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Once for an hour i denied the holy spirit and hated him for 10 minutes. Now i regret it. Can i be forgiven my jesus and be loved by him?
Also, most people in YA said i cannot be forgiven which freaked me out.
 
Is there hope for me?

 

I removed the Yahoo link, please don't post such links on the forums.



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Is there hope for me?

 

 But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin. 1John 1:7 

 

See it says ALL SIN! Not just this sin, or that sin but ALL!

 

For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life. John 3:16

 

It says WHOEVER!  It does not say Who has not done this sin or that sin. But WHOEVER BELIEVES!



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Well i was a evil person, a wicked person, I got angry at the lord because he wasn't letting me do bad things. I thought bad things were cool to do until i realized that doing evil things was not the way to go, and all this evil stuff were eventually going to lead to prison and hell, and jesus does not like sin, and i realised that sin will not be forgievn until i really repented and stopeed begin evil. I thought Jesus freely forgives sin even though you you keep doing them. I am only 16 by the way. But i was wrong!!! My sins were NOT forgiven because i kept doing them. Now i realised that doing good stuff was the way to go, now i realise that THE LORD IS THE WAY TO GO!!! Being with jesus is better than being alone forever. I feel like i blasphemised the holy spirit and cannot repent but i wanna be forgiven.

 I feel like i blasphemised the holy spirit and cannot repent but i wanna be forgiven.

 

Relax, you in no way committed the unpardonable sin,

 

As for your sins not being forgiven because you keep doing them? There is a simple answer to that as well. Stop doing them!



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If you are sincere in what you are saying, and you really want to stop sinning and turn your life over to Jesus, you aren't guilty of blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, because he wouldn't convict you of your sins if you were really beyond hope.  Are you really sincere about becoming a Christian?  If you are, I suggest you pray.

 

Dear heavenly Father,  I confess I am a sinner.  I am sorry for all the things I have done in my life that were displeasing in your eyes, and I ask you to forgive me.  I believe in Jesus Christ, and that he is the Christ, the son of the living God.  I believe that he died on a cross to pay the penalty for all of my sins, and that he rose from the dead.  Jesus, I ask you to come into my life and be my Lord and Savior.  I completely turn my life over to you.  Thank you for saving me.  A-men.

 

This is not a magic formula prayer.  You can say the same thing in your own words, but don't put it off.  If you sincerely want to be saved, do it now, and don't let anyone tell you that you cannot be saved. 



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In my opinion,if you are sincere you have absolutely nothing to worry about.Real sinners,pharisees etc.
do not admit to sin,do not even recognise that they have sinned .When we feel bad about turning our back on Jesus ,
it means that our concience(the Holy Spirit in us )is alive and well . The road is long,and
steep,and we will fall,but if we correct ourselves quickly,ask to be forgiven,and keep close to Him,we
will get there .
See if you can find out why Jesus taught what He did in the context of the time,and why although ,He
could not be pleased by any 'sin',some kinds of behaviour made Him more angry than others .
Just remember there are none without sin,none ,and when people show disdain to young people struggling,
as you are, it is a sign their own inner spiritual life is wanting . No one should ever be too hard
with someone like you. You need to be loved and encouraged, not 'lectured' at .

Edited by Organic Medicine, 08 March 2014 - 02:00 PM.


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I am in the same situation now. Am addicted to something I don't wanna say. I ask the Lord for forgiveness many times and I promise him never to go back again but I flaunt them and today I commited the same sin. I need help.

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if your concerned you commited blaspheme of the holy spirit then chances are you didnt. If you genuinely blasphemed youd have no want to come to Christ. so to answer your question yes you can come to Jesus you did not commit blaspheme of the holy spirit.



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I am in the same situation now. Am addicted to something I don't wanna say. I ask the Lord for forgiveness many times and I promise him never to go back again but I flaunt them and today I commited the same sin. I need help.

Instead of promising God you will stop, try confessing your sin to him and telling him you can't stop.  You want to, and you sincerely meant it when you promised to stop, but you can't.  Ask him to help you.  Keep seeking him about it till you get the victory over it. 



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if your concerned you commited blaspheme of the holy spirit then chances are you didnt. If you genuinely blasphemed youd have no want to come to Christ. so to answer your question yes you can come to Jesus you did not commit blaspheme of the holy spirit.

That is the key.  If the person is sincere, and they really want to get saved, there is no way they committed the unpardonable sin.  It is possible a person could come here claiming they want to get saved when they don't, and trying to scare others into thinking they committed the unpardonable sin.  In that case, maybe they did?  God wouldn't waste his time trying to convict you about your sins if you were too far gone. 

 

I am taking this person at his word, that he wants to get saved, so my suggestion is that he pray a sinner's prayer. 



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Thanks Butero

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Blaspheming the holy spirit is actually dying in your unbelief. As long as you're still breathing there is hope for salvation.



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Blaspheming the holy spirit is actually dying in your unbelief. As long as you're still breathing there is hope for salvation.

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is attributing the works of God to the devil or speaking a word against the Holy Ghost.  It is possible to commit that sin, but if you want to be saved, you obviously didn't do it. 



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Blaspheming the holy spirit is actually dying in your unbelief. As long as you're still breathing there is hope for salvation.

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is attributing the works of God to the devil or speaking a word against the Holy Ghost.  It is possible to commit that sin, but if you want to be saved, you obviously didn't do it. 

 

 

Hi Butero. I agree. I have a question for you though. If a truly already-saved, born again christian at the end of his life commits blasphemy and then dies, does he go to hell?



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Blaspheming the holy spirit is actually dying in your unbelief. As long as you're still breathing there is hope for salvation.

Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is attributing the works of God to the devil or speaking a word against the Holy Ghost.  It is possible to commit that sin, but if you want to be saved, you obviously didn't do it. 

 

 

Hi Butero. I agree. I have a question for you though. If a truly already-saved, born again christian at the end of his life commits blasphemy and then dies, does he go to hell?

 

Since the Bible states there will be no forgiveness in this life or the next for blasphemy against the Holy Ghost or speaking a word against the Holy Ghost, I would say they would go to hell, but at the same time, I have trouble believing a truly born again Christian would commit that sin.



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I don't really understand this concept of blaspheming against the Holy Spirit but I still need help incase the need to apply the advice I will be given arises.

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They are wrong.

 

You CAN be forgiven.

 

And for you gung-ho type Christians, before you scream me a "heretic", allow me to explain.

 

 

There are THREE who bear record in Heaven.

 

 

Strike 1:

God dwelled with mankind through Israel

 

Strike 2:

Jesus, Emanuel, dwelled with mankind.

 

Strike 3:

The Comforter is come.

 

If you reject His call to repentance, there is no one left!!  There is nothing beyond the THIRD PERSON to call you to repentance.  Basically, this means you will miss the boat if you fail to repent.  Forget about thinking you will "convert" post the Rapture.  Revelation makes it clear in three different places that mankind will NOT repent.  Why not?  Because men cannot repent unless CALLED to repentance.  And if the Spirit is raptured with the Church, there is nothing to draw you to God.

 

THAT is why it cannot be forgiven.  It is talking about those who die in their sins.  What is the difference between cursing God and cursing the Holy Spirit?  Absolutely nothing.  They are ONE.  What is the difference in speaking ill about God in the Flesh (Jesus) and dishonoring the Father?  Jesus said there is no difference.  So, cursing God is cursing God.   It is like me disrespecting your family name - you are ALL the target.

 

The key is, if you DIE IN YOUR SINS because you refused the call of the Spirit ... you can never find forgiveness because there is only Judgment behind deaths door.

 

 

Of course you can be forgiven while in life.  Of course you can repent.  The very reason anyone is sorry for cursing God is the move of the Spirit.  But, if you continue to oppose God and you continue to deny the call, and if you die in your sins, that Scripture will certainly be accurate.  You will never find Salvation post death.

 

 

This may be hard for some of you to understand.  Pray about it.  I tell you the Truth.



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BTW, to support what I typed, in another thread there is discussion on Prophets post the resurrection of Jesus.  I appear to be the only one who mentioned Agabus.  But what he said is profound. 

 

Here's why...

 

All Prophets said, "thus saith the LORD" or "God told me to tell you..."  But Agabus said, "Thus says the HOLY SPIRIT..."  He is ultimately saying that the Holy Spirit IS God!

 

Its so interesting how we miss such subtle and key things. 

 

 

So again, denying the Holy Spirit IS to deny God.  Cursing the Holy Spirit IS to curse God.  Same thing for Jesus.  But it is not the Father who calls men to repentance.  It is not the Son who calls men to repentance.  It is the SPIRIT who calls men to repentance.  So, if you deny that call ... the Scripture will apply to you ... at the moment of your death.

 

 

 

See also Psalm 2.

 

Notice how that is a Triune passage?

 

Do you see the Father talking about His Son?

Do you see the Son talking about Himself?

Now see the part that says "Kiss the Son"?  That is the SPIRIT telling us to worship the Son. 

 

So again, it is the SPIRIT who calls us to repentance ... though they are all equally God. 

 

To blaspheme (deny) the Spirit ... is to certainly see Hellfire ... IF you die in an unrepented state.

 

 

Strike THREE! ... because there will not be a fourth one to come and redeem/call you.  The Holy Spirit is the LAST to come.


Edited by Donibm, 09 March 2014 - 11:40 AM.


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I don't agree with you, but I am not going to call you a heretic.  I already stated what I believe it means, and I stand by it.  The one thing I believe everyone can agree on is that a person who wants to get saved can.  Why would God call someone to repentance if they are beyond hope?  I don't believe he would.  As such, this is more of a theological question than one that is critical.  If any man or woman comes to me and says they want to be saved, but they can't because they blasphemed the Holy Spirit, I would tell them they were wrong, and lead them in a sinner's prayer.  if they want to be saved, they can be saved. 






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