The Unforgivable Sin

COMMENTS()

COMMENTS(97)

  • 2012-09-11T02:58:04

Matthew 13:24-30 The Parable of the Weeds 24 Jesus told them another parable: “The kingdom of heaven is like(A) a man who sowed good seed in his field. 25 But while everyone was sleeping, his enemy came and sowed weeds among the wheat, and went away. 26 When the wheat sprouted and formed heads, then the weeds also appeared. 27 “The owner’s servants came to him and said, ‘Sir, didn’t you sow good seed in your field? Where then did the weeds come from?’ 28 “‘An enemy did this,’ he replied. “The servants asked him, ‘Do you want us to go and pull them up?’ 29 “‘No,’ he answered, ‘because while you are pulling the weeds, you may uproot the wheat with them. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest. At that time I will tell the harvesters: First collect the weeds and tie them in bundles to be burned; then gather the wheat and bring it into my barn.’” .Matthew 3:12 His winnowing fork is in his hand, and he will clear his threshing floor, gathering his wheat into the barn and burning up the chaff with unquenchable fire."

  • 2012-09-11T02:50:59

All the "GOOD" people are in prison. Just ask them. All the broken people are at church. Fighting the same battles and feeling the same convictions as you are. It's good to fellowship with other believers Jesus tells us we should. Churches are full of People who will let you down. But Jesus never will! So when I attend Church it's for the love I have for Jesus. In my Church, I've felt ignored and unheard, others problems make the prayer lists. Others get surrounded by the supposed loving arms of fellow social club members. So what! If I'm going to be a follower of Jesus and learn to be a disciple. Them I will rid myself of ME and learn to serve others. Then while acting In unselfish sharing, if we were to meet I would be there for you. In order for God to show us His Glory, it has to be less of us and more of Him. Unless a seed fall to the ground and die, it will remain a seed and bare no fruit. Unless we die to ourselves, we will not be able to bare the fruit of the Spirit! Galatians 5:22-23 But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. Against such things there is no law. Attributes of the Spirit I wish I could display 24-7 but oh how I fail and fall short of this my goal.

  • 2012-09-11T02:46:30

How can you be forgiven your sins if you Don't repent, and accept Christ? It's not deep theology. Reject Jesus and his free gift is a sin he cannot forgive so....... Unforgivable Sin.

  • 2012-08-21T15:04:02

Amen!!!

  • 2012-08-20T14:24:06

The unforgivable sin is not rejecting Christ. Is the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.

  • 2012-07-30T16:03:03

unpardonable sin is against the holy spirit.

  • 2012-07-30T14:10:45

Hi Izumi Kushiko, I am so happy to see your comment. in the middle of all the other arguments and comments regarding the video on the "unforgiveable sin". It was like finding the pearl of great price...I just want to tell you that Jesus is more than willing to save you and let you be found by Him. You said you have many Bibles, please look up these passages. Romans 3:23 Romans 6:23 Romans 10:1-17 John 3:16 these are just a few. The Bible says that He (Jesus who is God) is not willing that any should perish but all to come to repentance. He will not drive away any who come to Him in humility and repentance. Jesus loves you and has a plan for your life...Repent and be baptized. The Jailor in the book of Acts asked the question "what must I do to be saved.?" and the answer was Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved, you and your household. Call upon His name in Spirit and in Truth and He will gladly answer your prayer to find Him and be saved. He took your penalty and paid for your sins on the cross by shedding His blood for you dying and rising again. Ephesians 2: 1-10 says "For it is by grace you have been saved through faith and this not of yourselves, not of works,lest any man should boast, it is a gift. Receive the gift of Salvation Izumi, and ask that you be filled with the Holy Spirit, He will guide your life and change it to bring glory to Him...He will plant you in a church. you will be planted in the House of God and grow like a tree planted by streams of water.... I am so proud of you Izumi even though I don't know you,and so is the Lord. I just know.that you are going to become a child of God soon if you are not already one....I am sending this reply with a prayer for you....(1 John 5:9-15) this book of the Bible is found toward the back of your Bible just before Jude and Revelation. In Christ Sherry

  • 2012-07-23T21:44:12

PLEASE KEEP ON TRUSTING IN JESUS IN EVERYTHING YOU DO, DON'T LOOK TO PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS...............AMEN ( SO BE IT ).

  • 2012-07-16T17:41:59

Romans 8:1 tells us there is now NO condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus. There is a difference between condemnation and conviction. Conviction calls us to repentance, to surrender to Him to allow Him to mold us. Big, big difference.

  • 2012-07-16T08:19:45

To Gary J Hill, I was a single mom at one time and have struggled financially but that is not why what you wrote struck such a chord in me. I had a really hard time reading what you wrote and the wonderful feelings I was having, after watching that video, about Christians truly living the way Jesus has directed us to just vanished after reading your post. I'm not sure why you have this underlying anger or why you come across as so judgmental, maybe something has happened in your life to cause you to react in this way, but I can tell you that when you put your words next to the words and life of Jesus, there's no similarities. Please understand, I'm not saying that in an indignant, self-righteous and angry way and I'm only going by the words you are saying in your post, I do not know you personally and you may be a wonderfully loving and compassionate guy who people can truly see Jesus shining out of everyday. I hope so. But I have a hard time understanding how someone who professes to love Jesus and follow in his footsteps could fault a single-mom for sacrificing her needs and some of the things that could make life easier in order to give her child a Christian Education! How can you possibly equate helping her as "enabling her"? Enabling her to do what? To continue to try and provide the very best she can for her child? I don't know this guy in the video or his family but I couldn't have higher admiration for her for making that decision. When you talk about handouts you really lose me. First of all, how do you know anything about this mother's life or what she had to do to provide for her family under her circumstances. You are passing judgment on her (and other people who need a hand-up) when Jesus makes it very plain in the bible that only God has a right to Judge others (as only He knows the whole story). In Luke 6:37 Jesus says "Judge not that ye be not Judge and condemn not that ye be not condemned". You are passing judgment on a person that you know nothing about, but even worse than that, you are trying to single-handedly make the call of who deserves help. You state that "as Christians we are called to help the widows and the orphans who are in a predicament not of their own doing". I want to repeat your last few words there, "...who are in a predicament not of their own doing". Are not all of us humans in a predicament of our own doing? Does Jesus enable us to continue to be sinners then because He helps us every time we ask? Because He forgives us no matter how many times we mess up or stick our foot in our mouths? I can't imagine God ever saying that only those who have done everything (or at least almost everything) right in their lives are worth helping! Only those who haven't made any wrong choices that affect them now deserve help?? If that's the case than none of us deserve anyone's help! Are we not ALL sinners who have fallen short in our lives, done stupid things and made mistakes? And yet it is Jesus, in all of His love and compassion, in His accepting and non-condemning way, who has opened His arms out wide for us and taken us, just as we are. No judgement and no condemnation when He has the most right of anyone to do so. Jesus had a very hard time with the Pharisees for saying the very same types of things you are saying. He did not come to this world to save those who were perfect. He came to save those who were looking inward at their own shortcomings and realizing their need for a Savior and for help, not those who were judging these same people.

  • 2012-07-10T18:59:34

i respectfully disagree. all condemnation is from the enemy. 2 Timothy 3:16 — All Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, for training in righteousness; John 14:26 — ~"But the Helper, the Holy Spirit, whom the Father will send in My name, He will teach you all things, and bring to your remembrance all that I said to you. We have his word and the holy spirit. He'll caution, warn, even reprimand. But never condemn.

  • 2012-07-09T19:01:31

Great message! Check out how we share the gospel.http://www.godtube.com/watch/?v=WLYKWGNX.

  • 2012-07-05T20:07:46

I love this message. So many Christians focus on these little issues and not what really matters.

  • 2012-07-05T14:14:53

East Texas...I totally get the beautiful message in this video. I give generously (more than my tithe). I have discussed this topic from two perspectives. One, the scenario that the boy gave in the video. He should NOT have been in private school while the American people paid for his food and housing. That is tantamount to theft. Thou shalt not steal. My second perspective references the wording in your post. I agree that I made a mistake in how I worded it. Maybe I should change my language from "no fault of their own" to "making no effort to escape the circumstance they are in". In other words, when a mother is on welfare and has absolutely no desire to better herself or the life for her children aside from wanting more from the government, I believe that should not fall on the American people. Welfare should be a bridge to a new life, not a way of life. I think others are missing the point. I work with people on welfare. I see people accepting government assistance and using drugs daily while on that assistance. When you give those people money, you are enabling them, not helping them. When a young single mom receives government help with housing and food stamps and Medicaid and somehow, someway can still afford to put her child in a private school, she is stealing from you and me. Even if the loving grandparents are paying for the child's schooling while mother receives from the government. The right and noble thing for those grandparents to do, and for the mother to accept, is help with the food and housing, not the private school, especially when the schooling can be obtained at no cost. And yes, I know the public school system is not the most desirable circumstance for many (me included); however, given that scenario, it is the right circumstance. You can still train up your child in the way he should go even if they go to public school. I hope that clarifies my position.

  • 2012-07-05T12:33:27

I agree wha he said ,because not all people live holy lives,.& also not all people live in Unforgivable sins..:)ok so happy trip brother ,God be with you always to guide & protect a bless you always:)

  • 2012-07-05T08:52:21

Although I agree alot with what he has said, we cant scream "legalist" every time someone points out or corrects issues in another Christians life.. We will be judged for every idle word or deed. We cant excuse any sinful behavior. If we help the poor can we cuss like sailors and be promiscuous? I think not! Are all people who strive to live holy lives miserable and hateful? Hardly!

Please add a name and description in order to save your playlist to your user profile.


Name: Description: Public:
No playlists found for this account.
RSS This Page