Release From The Unpardonable Sin

Have I Committed It?

The unpardonable sin is blasphemy against the Holy Spirit, which is to speak against Him. Persistence in sin after the Holy Spirit had made the sin clear, speaks against the Holy Spirit. It is impossible to restore a person to repentance and forgiveness of sin while he continues to remain in that state of mind (Heb 6:4-7). But with a change of belief and work toward living what Yeshua has made clear (repentance), there is forgiveness and restoration provided by Yeshua (Jesus); the one who saves.

But repentance is impossible! –

Yes, while one chooses to continue in rebellion against the Holy Spirit.

And whoever may speak a word against the Son of Man it will be forgiven to him, but whoever may speak against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, neither in this age, nor in that which is coming.

Matthew 12:32

For if we willfully persist in sin after having received the full knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains in reserve any other sacrifice for sins. There remains nothing but a certain awful expectation of judgment, and the fury of a fire which before long will devour the enemies of the truth.

Hebrews 10;26,27

Speaking against Yeshua (Jesus), man can be forgiven. But when the Holy Spirit of Yeshua gives an understanding of who He is, beyond being a human being, and gives an understanding of His will, and the understanding is continually rejected in trade for bad fruits, and there is no will to change the belief that the sin is better to hold than holding the Holy Spirit of God, it is an ongoing blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. Such action speaks out against the Holy Spirit. Action speaks loud and clear. Once we have heard from the Holy Spirit, our response to Him speaks either for or against Him. One forbidden fruit wilfully clung to and continued, causes separation from the Kingdom of Heaven; God will have none who hold on to sin in place of Him in His Kingdom.

Either make the tree good, and its fruit good, or make the tree bad, and its fruit bad, for from the fruit is the tree known.

Matthew 12:33

If we confess our sins, He is so faithful and just that He forgives us our sins and cleanses us from all unrighteousness.

1 John 1:9   WEY

“Can not be forgiven” does not have to mean “Never.” –

I could persist in a hard-core insistence that Yeshua and Paul meant “no forgiveness, ever.” But I look at the whole Bible and the meaning that fits, starting with the book of Genesis.

Adam and Eve had known all that Heb. 6:4,5 says when they turned from Yahweh. We don’t know how long they remained in rebellion. But we do know that when they decided to turn back to Him and answer His call, they were allowed to do so.

Jonah was allowed to change his heart to believe and trust Yahweh. The lost lamb had been one of the flock; the prodigal son had known his father’s goodness; their action had spoken against the Holy Spirit, yet they were alowed to complete their faith in God and return to Him.

Yes there are many opposite examples. God knows the heart and who will never answer His call to return to completed their faith.

One can not be forgiven while persisting in known sin. There remains no sacrifice for that. But with repentance, in this life, from ANY KIND of sin, God is faithful and just to forgive and cleanse us. Hallelujah!

One can repent (change the mind) from refusing to heed the Holy Spirit simply by choosing to believe in the way, truth, and life of Yeshua completely. This is how. Admit and confess that Yeshua (Jesus) is the Son of God, and that He is Lord (right, true, master, God) truthfully instead of merely giving Him titles. Then, once in agreement with Yeshua completely, confess your sins to Him; all of them as the Holy Spirit reveals them. He is faithful and just to remove (cleanse) the unpardonable sin of rejecting His Spirit away from such as these.

How Many Times?

With an honest change to believe all that the Holy Spirit makes clear, the sin of rejecting Him will be pardoned (forgiven) – 1 John 1:9. How many times in a day does it take to break continued sin? One time – through as many times in a day as the Holy Spirit makes it clear.

Anyone can truly repent for a moment. Start there if that’s all you’ve got. Five hundred times a day if needed. Each time, you’ll be: believing a little more; receiving more miraculous healing from God; and breaking the continuance of rejecting the Holy Spirit.

It’s Our Decision

God will not violate our will by forgiving, cleansing, and healing us from things we don’t want Him to remove. Violation of our will in this regard would make us mere puppets. If we continue in sin after knowing better, without care to overcome the sin, we are saying to God that we don’t want His complete cleansing and forgiveness. We are then rejecting a part of His Spirit, showing that we do not believe in Him completely. This is unforgivable while maintained, but forgivable when changed.

From the time of Adam and Eve, the unforgivable sin has been to reject the full Way, Truth, and Life (Yeshua) and thus, the Holy Spirit of Yahweh God.

God has always made a way for us out of unforgivable sin. By turning to Him and believing in his complete way, truth, and life (Yeshua), and thus the Father and His Holy Spirit, we can be forgiven for all of our sins; we can reject the sin of unbelief, and it will no longer be attached to us holding us back from His Kingdom. Yeshua the Savior became the stand-in payment of sin for all who receive him completely: that is, all who turn from their sins to believe the Way, Truth, and Life that Yahweh spoke and presented to us in Yeshua. Does this mean perfection? No, it means that we respond to the Holy Spirit positively when He is convicting us of our sin.

The covering

Eventually, Adam and Eve reproached their sin (their will to reject God’s way to do another). They came out of hiding and answered Yahweh’s call to reason with Him. Their nakedness represented their will to reject the Way, Truth, and Life of God. But now, their will to listen and believe Yahweh was complete instead of partial. So He made for them a covering of animal skin for their nakedness. The blood of the animal that was sacrificed represented the blood of  Yeshua (Jesus) the Messiah. It would pay for and remove the sin of all mankind who turn back to God. Turn back to God; this is the key. The future blood of Yeshua provided a covering so that Adam and Eve could reunite with the Way, Truth, and Life of Yahweh God. With the nakedness of their unforgivable sin covered and forgiven, they could again walk in the presence of God as His friend, and receive daily healing truth from bring in fellowship with His Love.

There is only one unforgivable sin. Simply, it is to reject the Way, the Truth, and the Life as given to us continually by the Holy Spirit of Yeshua The Messiah. By rejecting Him, one blasphemes against the Holy Spirit. By rejecting him, one rejects his Kingdom. He will not force himself or his kingdom upon us in any way.

If I say that I received Yeshua but reject a full belief in his Way, Truth, and Life, then I deceive myself, reject his Spirit, and commit the unforgivable sin. But if I  would turn (repent), receive and truly confess (speak honestly) that Yeshua is the complete Lord (God, leader, master) of my life, and work at following Him all the way, then his body and blood cover my past of unforgivable sin and separates it from me.

PERFECTION?

Continuing confession and repentance of sin as it comes to the surface is proof that we no longer choose to serve it. We will still fail at perfection. But we believe in Yahweh’s perfection if we fully believe in Yeshua who then becomes our perfection.

Continuation of revealed sin is symptomatic of adherence to the unforgivable sin of rejecting the complete Way, Truth, and Life of God as revealed by the Holy Spirit. Admittance, confession, and effort to walk in the provided miracle of cleansing is symptomatic of true repentance.

We must be separated from all sin before we can enter the sinless kingdom of heaven in this life or the life to come. By fully accepting the Way Truth and Life of God (Yeshua), His perfection becomes ours. Our sins are carried with him to the grave and left there; and we rise with him into his kingdom and glory. It begins in this life. We then get a foretaste of his glory in this life, and forever in the life to come.

The struggle

Those who receive Yeshua still struggle against the sin of their lower nature. They aren’t perfect in themselves. But their choice to believe in the Way, Truth, and Life of Yeshua maintains their union with him. By this union, Yeshua’s work through His death on the tree, and the grave separates them from their sins. Being separated from their sins, they gain entrance into the perfect Kingdom of Heaven. Though seen little in this life for what it is in the l>fe to comr, that entrance begins in the present.

Again, this does not mean that we never sin. The stain of sin still exists in our lower nature – or flesh. What it means is that the blood of Jesus provides a covering to separate true believers from their sins. We become separated from the lower nature that we have chosen to no longer serve and struggle against.

For those who have turned away, this is repentance and confession of sin.

1. As it comes to the surface, admit my sin to God in agreement that He is right, and that I am wrong.

2. Turn my heart, mind, and body away from every will to sin, as often as it appears; toward believing, receiving, and living every word of Yeshua; as often as it re-occurs.

It’s that simple. With admission and confession, Yahweh promises to cleanse and heal us from sin through his work of forgiveness; through the payment of Yeshua, by His sacrifice for our sins.

But I turn around and do it again

If we confess our sins (to God), he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse (including to heal and save) us from all unrighteousness.

1 John 1:9

Five hundred times a day?

Even when I quickly return to sin? Yes, each time I confess my sin to God from out of a heart to believe Him, and receive his forgiveness and healing, I am healed that much more and am less susceptible to falling into it again. Part of Yeshua’s message in his teaching about seventy times seven forgiveness is that He will forgive, cleanse, and heal us as many times a day as we confess, ask, and believe Him for it.

The only way

The only way to prevent committing the unpardonable sin is to completely believe in the Way, the Truth, and the Life of God, as it is revealed to us in Yeshua our Savior. When we believe and receive him, he is our covering. And his blood separates us from all sin. Then, we can enjoy the presence of His Spirit (The Holy Spirit) and walk with him in the spiritual garden that is not of this world. It begins in this life.

When we are forgiven for all of our sins, we enter into a pre-taste of the kingdom of Heaven in this life and will explore it throughout eternity. We simply must believe in all of Yeshua and want all sin removed in every way. Working toward a goal with the purpose to achieve it is proof that we believe in it.

Do I commit it? – Many are called, but few are chosen.

Do I insist on incomplete faith, clutching even just one bad fruit from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil; hiding from Yahweh’s call?

For a good tomorrow, decide for the good today.

Come to Me, all you laboring and burdened ones, and I will give you rest; take up My yoke on you, and learn from Me, because I am meek and humble in heart, and you will find rest to your souls, for My yoke [is] easy, and My burden is light.”

Yeshua, Matthew 11:28-30 LSV

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