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  • Paul Moody
    Stephen, Many scriptures show God’s promise to forgive all sins upon our sincere repentance. Repentance requires yielding ourselves to God, the working of His Spirit and His Son. Blaspheming the Holy Spirit is an unpardonable sin because those who practice such are refusing to yield themselves to God’s work in their lives. They have so hardened themselves against it that even when the power of God’s Spirit is clearly evident, they knowingly speak evil of it, attributing it to the power of Satan. The answer to your question, when putting all of the scriptures together, is that God will forgive any and all sins upon sincere repentance. To blaspheme the Holy Spirit, with knowledge, puts a person outside of such a workable relationship because they are resisting the power and presence of God. However, if one is concerned that they have blasphemed the Holy Spirit in the past and they come to God in sincere and humble repentance, seeking to be right with Him, they can be confident in knowing He is faithful and just to forgive them their sins and to cleanse them from all unrighteousness. (1 John 1:9) Paul Moody
  • Paul Moody
    Thank you for your comment Mr. Stapp. Although some modern translations can have a degree of usefulness in how they express a particular verse in the English language, they can often times be misleading as well. Students of the Bible, and babes in Christ, should be encouraged towards the most accurate and literal sources available for the establishment of a solid doctrinal foundation. Kind regards, Paul
  • Paul Moody
    Thank you for your kind comments. I'm glad you found this message to be of benefit. May you have a profitable growing season, both physically and spiritually. Kind regards.
  • Paul Moody
    Hello Wayne. Thank you for your comments. I'm glad the sermon produced some spiritual points that you to continue to ponder. It's amazing how many lessons God can teach us through the physical creation. No, I am of no relation to Dan Preston. However, I'm pleased to call him a spiritual brother of mine. Take care!
  • Paul Moody
    Thank you Rudy for this very insightful and encouraging message.
  • Paul Moody

    Thank you, Kevin, for this insightful article.