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The Unpardonable Sin, Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit (Tim Conway)

When I struggled thinking I committed the unpardonable sin, I was afraid to watch this video. I was convinced that this video would affirm I had committed the sin. However, the truth sets us free, and I discovered I had not.

This topic and concern is one that gets viewed quite a bit on my blog, so you’re not alone. All the more reason why I wanted to share this video.

I encourage everyone who has wondered about this topic, or believes they have committed the unpardonable sin, to listen to Pastor Tim go over this.

Believe it or not, this is a pretty common fear many experience. It can be a crippling fear, all the more reason I want to share this with you.

The video answers the questions, “How do I know that I have not sinned to a point where I cannot be forgiven? What if I have committed to the unpardonable sin? Mark 3:22-30, Matthew 12:22-32, 1 John 5:16, 2 Peter 2:20, Hebrews 6:6.”

Listen to: Pastor Tim Conway | The Unpardonable Sin

Scripture To Memorize/Meditate On – (ESV) Romans 5:08, “but God shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us.”

*To learn more about what Jesus did on the cross and why His atonement sacrifice is so needed please see: Why Did A Loving God Kill His Son? (Does God Hate?) 
*If you do not know the Gospel, do not turn away. If you think you know the Gospel, check out these questions and see how prepared you are for the day someone might ask you why you believe: The Gospel Challenge (30 Question Quiz) – Are You Ready To Defend Your Faith?

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2 thoughts on “The Unpardonable Sin, Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit (Tim Conway)

  1. My response to people who tell me they are worried about having committed the unpardonable sin is: “If you’re worried about it, don’t worry about it. If you had you wouldn’t even care.” Blessings on your journey!

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    1. Yes, I have heard a few say this. And it’s true. 🙂

      Updated: I wanted to add, thank you, first of all. Second, your answer that if people are worried, they shouldn’t worry though true, it did not really help me defeat the lie of the fear and condemnation, and I believe it was mainly because the answer is so short and simple. Of course, those who know the truth know the answer is short and simple, but for those who are struggling with the mental battle on a daily basis, hour by hour struggle, we need more than that.

      So, something that might be beneficial for anyone you encounter who experiences this, show them how the Pharisees did not care, despite the physical evidence they had from Jesus. This is what helped me the most. The Pharisees had evidence that Jesus WAS and IS the Christ. Jesus is, was, and will forever be God. Despite all of the experiences they had, it was never enough. They took what was true, and they deemed it demonic.

      Someone who has a sinful thought against the Holy Spirit, but doesn’t fully believe that thought is not like the Pharisees. Which I’ll explain- the harder we try “not to think something,” the more difficult is to not think that. Even people in the past, who made claims against God, but through their own ignorance of not knowing Him are not like the Pharisees, who did know Him and experience Him.

      Putting our trust in Jesus, knowing that He knows the truth, God looks at our heart, and He knows our sincerity on our thoughts of Him has helped me the most. I do not struggle like I used to because I know the Holy Spirit makes groaning on my behalf because I ought not know what to pray, and if the Holy Spirit is still active in my own life, I know I have not been forsaken by Him. Praise the Lord!


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