The Unpardonable Sin Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit

The Bible makes it very, very clear. God the Father has sent His one and only Son Jesus Christ down to our earth to physically die on a cross in order to give all men and all women total forgiveness and total remission for all of their sins – which includes all past, present, and future sins that we will ever commit.

This gift of eternal salvation is available to every single person who will accept Jesus Christ as their personal Lord and Savior. The Bible makes it very clear that “whoever” calls upon the name of the Lord for eternal salvation will be saved from their sins if they are willing to accept Jesus Christ and His sacrificial death on the cross.

However, in 3 specific verses from Scripture, Jesus makes a very serious bone chilling statement. He says that the only sin that cannot be forgiven through the Blood that He has already shed for all of us is a direct blaspheming against the Holy Spirit.

What exactly is He meaning by this? What exactly is a blaspheming of the Holy Spirit? Many Christians have freaked out over the years wondering if they have possibly committed this unpardonable sin.

I will first start out by giving you the two main verses where Jesus is making this statement, and then give you the interpretation of what I feel Jesus is trying to tell all of us with this statement.

The Scripture Verses

1.  This first verse comes from the Gospel of Mark. Before Jesus makes this statement, He is getting attacked by some of the Jewish Scribes. Jesus was casting demons out of people and these scribes were trying to tell everyone that Jesus was casting demons out of people by Beelzebub – the ruler of the demons.

In other words, they were accusing Jesus of casting out demons by the power of Satan himself.

Jesus then answers them right on the spot telling them how could Satan cast out Satan?

He tells them that a house divided against itself cannot stand, and that it would make no logical sense for Satan to be casting out either himself or another one of his own demonic spirits. Satan would just be defeating his own purposes by even trying to do such a thing.

Now here is what got these Scribes in major trouble with the Lord. They obviously knew they were witnessing major supernatural miracles seeing Jesus cast demons out of people.

But instead of just walking away and keeping their mouths shut, or trying to discredit Jesus by saying nothing was really happening, or that these people were either not really possessed or all of this was just a figment of their imaginations – they make their one and final comment which will forever seal their fate for all of eternity – they literally attack the Holy Spirit Himself by saying that He was in fact the devil himself!

They knew that Jesus had something else operating on the inside of Him that was accomplishing all of these dramatic miracles. The Bible makes it very clear that it was the power of the Holy Spirit operating through Jesus that was doing all of these dramatic miracles.

But instead of leaving well enough alone and just walking away and keeping their mouths shut, they just had to take that one last final jab at Jesus and directly attack the Spirit that was operating on the inside of Him – which was the Holy Spirit Himself! And once they did – they were done! Right after this occurs, Jesus then makes one of the most bone chilling statements on sin that He has ever made.

Jesus specifically states that “all sins” can be forgiven through His blood – including any blasphemies against either Himself or anyone else. But the one sin that He and His Father will not forgive is a direct blasphemy against the Holy Spirit. Here is the verse:

“Assuredly, I say to you, all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter; but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation” – because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.” (Mark 3:28-30)

Notice in the last few words of this verse that Jesus specifically ties in the blaspheming against the Holy Spirit with the Scribes stating that He had an “unclean spirit” operating through Him. In other words, Jesus was condemning them to hell for all of eternity because they were calling the Holy Spirit a demonic spirit!

2.  The second verse comes from Matthew. Again, the same scenario is unfolding where the Pharisees are attacking Jesus for casting a demon out of a blind and mute man.

They once more accuse Him of casting this demon out by Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons. Jesus once more goes into the exact same explanation as He did in the above verse from Mark where He says that Satan is not going to cast himself out – as a house divided against itself cannot stand, even in the demonic realm.

However, Jesus makes one more additional comment in this verse. He says that He is casting these demons out by the “Spirit of God” – which is the Holy Spirit.

Right here, the battle lines are being drawn. Jesus is saying on the one hand that He is doing all of these miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit operating through Him – and then you have some of the Scribes and Pharisees alleging that He is doing all of these miracles by the power of the devil.

Then Jesus once more comes down with the hammer and says:

“Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.” (Matthew 12:31-32)

Without question, this statement being made by Jesus is one of the most dire and extreme warnings He has ever given. He is literally telling us that there is one specific sin that will never, ever be forgiven – and that one sin is a direct blasphemous attack against the Holy Spirit Himself.

Jesus even says that you can speak a word directly against Him and that you can still be forgiven – but He will not forgive anyone who will directly attack the Holy Spirit.

In part 2 I will give you my interpretation of what Jesus meant when he talked about f Blaspheming the Holy Spirit and my concluding thoughts.

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  1. D Taylor - November 2, 2011 at 8:30 am

    The answer to the question of what is the unpardonable sin (Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit) is answered in Dr. Arnold G. Fruchtenbaum’s book The Footsteps of the Messiah

  2. Pete Browder - November 5, 2011 at 7:32 am

    The answer to the question of unpardonable sin (Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit) is answered in God’s Word and the Word is presented and explained very well in this article. I would add to the scritural reference,2 Peter 2: 10-12 (NIV), which discusses false prophets and teachers who blaspheme and slander “celestial beings; yet even angels.” We are cautioned by Peter against all such blasphemy. How much more should we be careful to avoid any sort of blasphemy against THE HOLY SPIRIT. Verse 12 says,”But these men blaspheme in matters that they do not understand. They are like brute beasts, creatures of instinct, born only to be caught and destroyed, and like beasts they too will perish.”

  3. D Taylor - November 14, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    Just like to add a little information to go along with my first post.
    The Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit has to be taken in the context that it is found in the Bible in Matthew 12 and this is the only context in which this sin is found. The sin (the unpardonable sin) was not an individual sin but a national sin. The sin was committed by that generation of Israel in Jesus day(when he was physically present on earth) and cannot be applied to subsequent Jewish generations or to any individual today. The sin’s content was the national rejection of the Messiahship of Jesus while He was physically present on the grounds that He was demon possessed. The sin was unpardonable and judgment was set and the judgment came in the year 70 A.D.
    If you will notice the change in Jesus ministry after chapter 12 He spoke to the people in parables which they did not understand but before chapter 12 Jesus spoke clearly and the people understood what He said. Also there was a change in the purpose of His miracles after chapter 12, before chapter 12 the miracles were to authenticate His person that he was the Messiah after chapter 12 His miracles were for training the disciples for their upcoming ministry.
    I could add more but again I would recommend The Footsteps of the Messiah. I just touched on a few basic points in this post, again a very detail explanation is given in Footsteps of the Messiah. This is a very misunderstood area of the Bible and also a very important part of Jesus time on earth.

  4. Brandon - November 16, 2011 at 11:37 am

    This is something that i struggled with for a long time,I am 30 y/o and when i was about 20 i once yelled at God Himself and used a bad word and almost in a way suggesting that He had left me in a time that i needed Him the most, so for years i paid for this in many ways with hard times,an unclear mind and always believing that God would not forgive me for what i have done, but one day at my lowest point in my life “and i mean very low” my Loving God out of nowhere told me that He loved me, i mean He actually spoke to me through a complete stranger just out of nowhere, and i knew that this was’nt just by chance, He chose a time and place so i would have no doubt it was Him speaking to me, but even after this i thought to myself well God yes now i know that You love me but that dosent mean You forgive me, boy that was like slapping myself in the face, first of all if God takes the time to let you know that He loves you than thats pretty much a sign that He has forgiven you as well, you see even if you did something that man would never forgive you for and would say how unjust and blah blah you are for doing this than they are just as guilty for judging you, we only have One Judge “GOD ALMIGHTY”, my God dosent go by mans rules, man goes by His and He will forgive whoever,whenever He wants to, God dosent do anything half way He is a God of forgiveness, mercy and love all at the Same time, just know in your hearts that God is a loving God but He is also a Just God and though i payed for my sins with a struggled life i now know that He was there with me the whole time and believe me it was Nothing compared to what my Lord suffered on the Cross, it was me who turned my face from Him, He Never turned his face away from me and i will love, cherish, obey and follow Him the rest of my days through good or bad times, He is the same God that has never left nore forsaken me. So to you out there who are worried if God still loves you and will forgive you, well He sent you to this letter from me for a reason, HE LOVES AND FORGIVES YOU, YES IM TALKING TO YOU, pray hard, read His Word and always love Him because He sure loves you,take time to listen to Him, He will speak to you also in random ways, dont stress over hearing His voice shout at you like a loud trumpet, sometimes its just a whisper, sometimes its through someone else like it was for me, be patient and love our God, I hope to see you in heaven, i love you all 😉

  5. RAY - November 20, 2011 at 8:36 am

    I Am being tormented with a demonic voice that will not leave me alone. that keeps saying the holy spirit is Demonic. i have been dealing with this crap for two months and i have had it and im considering leaving my faith. the devil knew i was always afraid to even geuss what the unforgiveable sin was.

    if a loving God wants to send me to hell for something a voice said to me. then thats just sad i wish i was never even born in this world anyway.

    • Cassandra - August 2, 2016 at 10:35 pm

      I have reoccuring thoughts too. They are awful. It says that I hate the Holy Spirit of God. Over and over. And I really dont and I could never but then I fear going to hell. I dont think its really me, I mean I dont want to think that and I know its a lie. What can I do? It comes and goes.

    • Reagan - June 17, 2017 at 7:29 pm

      It happens to me to… but you can’t really control what you say in and out of your mind. And I believe God understands that. Although that thought may have popped up in your mind, if you don’t believe it then your probably fine. Your most likely under a spiritual attack.

  6. Leila - November 26, 2011 at 3:07 pm

    Brandon, thank you. You have no idea how much your statement made. Bless you.

  7. Leila - November 26, 2011 at 3:11 pm

    Correcting my earlier statement, what I meant was… “how much your statement meant”. Thank you.

  8. Leila - November 26, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    Are there any apostles today?

  9. Pete Browder - December 14, 2011 at 1:38 pm

    Jesus was first to reveal the nature of the unpardonable sin in Matthew 12:30-32 and Mark 3:22-30. We simply learn from these scriptures that anyone who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit commits as sin which is unforgivable. But as to the details of this sin, many are left perplexed and afraid for their salvation.

    In order to gain a better understanding what it means to “blaspheme” against the Holy Spirit, we must closely study Hebrews 6:4-6. In this passage we learn that those of us who have been elightened, tasted the heavenly gift, who have shared the Holy Spirit, who have tasted the goodness of the word of God and the powers of the coming age yet subsequently fall away cannot be brought back to repentance. What I believe Paul is describing in this passage is precisely, in great detail, what it means to blaspheme against the Holy Spirit.

    Paul is describing an individual who God has chosen to reveal himself to by the power of Holy Spirit. This goes far beyond the tingle up our spine that one might get when we are moved by praise music or a scripture that hits close to home. This person has “tasted” and seen the power of God to such an extent that it should be inconceivable to deny his call. This experience could be called a “burning bush” type event or events.

    Right before Jesus discusses the unpardonable sin in both gospels,he had just performed an awesome miracle by the power of the Holy Spirit where a demon-possessed, blind and mute man was completely healed.

    All in attendance were blessed to have seen the power of God and should have been convinced to serve the Lord. Matt. 12:23 says, “All the people were astonished and said, ‘Could this be the son of David?” Yet, unfortunately, the reaction of the Pharisees was to say, “It is only by Beelzebub, the prince of demons, that this fellow drives out demons.” Clearly, to see the power of the Holy Spirit in action and to show utter contempt of the power of almighty God is blasphemous.

    This principle of God is also presented to us and fully supported in Numbers 14:22-23 where God says to Moses,”not one of the men who saw my glory and the miraculous signs I performed in Egypt and in the desert but who disobeyed me and tested me ten times–not one of them will ever see the land I promised on oath to their forefathers. No one who has treated me with contempt will ever see it.”

    I venture to say that few of us have had the opportunity to commit such blasphemy. However, we are all required to persevere to keep the faith and faithfulness(obedience). I hope this has helped someone besides me. God bless.

  10. Paul - December 20, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    I believe that the concern that most believers have with this idea of unpardonable sin, is that they might some how accidentally commit that sin. Ladies and gentlemen, that is utterly impossible to do. It CANNOT happen accidentally. You would have to make a VERY direct proclamation to the Lord that you no longer believe in him (And by the way, you have to FIRST believe before you can un-believe). OR that you are going to betray him and worship Satan himself. We all know that BELIEF and FAITH is what saves us. Now, what’s the problem with the former scenario? How can you proclaim anything to someone who doesn’t exist? In the ladder, I believe that this could damn you to Hell. You are getting exactly what you choose. But again, you are very actively making that choice well on your own. And to call out the Holy Spirits miracles as being Satan’s is again the result of a free choice you make to deny what you already know is true. Look, we have been given the gift of free will, which is really the essence of God’s love for us….the freedom to choose. Isn’t that what we all want, we know it’s just and btw, how could you love a robot programmed to do whatever you tell it. Anyway, the bottom line is this. God is not some bitter, angry and revengeful person who is just waiting to strike us down the second we step out of line. He’s already shown that by sacrificing His son that he wants redemption for us. But He has to allow us to CHOOSE that gift of redemption through Jesus Christ on our own. I will say it again. You HAVE to ACTUALLY BELIEVE before you can commit this sin. So it is for all intents and purposes a non-issue. You can rest in God’s compassion and love for you and know that you are saved because you have accepted Christ as your savior. He has done the redemptive work!! You can not earn your salvation by following a set of rules, including this one we are focused on right now. If you think you are not saved, then maybe you haven’t fully accepted Christ in your life. Just surrender to Him now and allow Him to remove this burden from you. He wants you to live your life to it’s fullest extent with Him living in you and you in Him. Accept His GRACE fully and you will not have to be bound by the guilt and shame of your past, present or future sins anymore. ALL sins have been erased. “Come to me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.” (Matthew 11:28). “Cast your burden on the Lord, and He shall sustain you; He shall never permit the righteous to be moved.” (Psalm 55:22) “There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus …” (Romans 8:1)“In Him we have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace.” (Ephesians 1:7)

  11. Pete Browder - December 22, 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Would this subject be in the Word if it were a non-issue? Not hardly. The Word predicts a great apostasy where many will fall away from the faith and denounce Jesus as the Christ. Faith required for salvation is not just to believe in God, even the demons believe and tremble. We should understand that while we are not saved by works, Godly, living faith yields works and any faith not accompanied by works is dead. Relationships require service after the sale in order for them to remain healthy. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of all wisdom. To blaspheme against the Holy Spirit is for God to reveal himself to us but for us to insult him by refusing his call.

  12. KSoMn - February 10, 2012 at 6:44 am

    It’s funny how the “Father of the Lie” never lied in the Bible..

    Genesis 2:17 “but of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil you shall not eat, for in the day that you eat of it you shall surely die.”

    Genesis 3:3 “”It’s only the fruit from the tree in the middle of the garden that we are not allowed to eat. God said, ‘You must not eat it or even touch it; if you do, you will die.’ 4 . “You won’t die!” the serpent replied to the woman. “For God knows that when you eat of it your eyes will be opened, and you will be like God, knowing good and evil.”

    Genesis 3:22 “And the LORD God said, “The man has now become like one of us, knowing good and evil. He must not be allowed to reach out his hand and take also from the tree of life and eat, and live forever.””

    So… they ate of a tree that they were told would kill them on the day they ate of it… Satan told them they wouldn’t die.. but would be like God.. in Genesis 3:22 god himself says “The man has now become like one of us.”

    Who lied?

    In Job… Job 1:11, Satan says to God.. “But put forth your hand, and touch all that he has, and he will curse you to your face.”

    And god said.. Job 1:12 “The Lord said to Satan, “Behold all that he has is in your power; only upon himself do not put your hand”

    In Job 38:1, and 40:1 and 2.. Job questions Gods righteousness…

    Satan never lied.. God says, give no glory to other gods… and now there is a man that says we can only talk to God through him… a man that warns of ultimate destruction if we question him.. and an entire book of Revelation warning people of the destruction of false religion.. Satan never goes after Gods glory. But rather accepts that fact that we are flawed.. he see’s it… how can it be said that addressing human imperfection is a slight against God? Or an attempt to steal his glory?

  13. Foundit - February 23, 2012 at 4:19 pm

    KSoMn,

    You did not come here to discuss the unpardonable sin. But I would still like to respond.

    Remember this: NO TIME? NO TRUTH.
    If you don’t take the time to do some research, you will be stuck with your own ideas, and they can be false.

    Just google any verse, or any question you have, and see what others discovered. For example Genesis 2:17, and I quote:

    “…God told Adam that if he ate of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, he would “surely die.” Some skeptics have tried to use this verse to show an inconsistency in the Bible, because Adam and Eve did not die the very day they ate of that fruit. In the Hebrew, it literally says, “dying you will die.” It indicates a process that has a definite starting point, and continues into the future. When they sinned (Genesis 3:7), Adam and Eve immediately knew their guilt. With that guilt came a shame which caused them to try and hide from God, because they had become spiritually dead, or separated from Him.

    In addition to the immediate spiritual death they experienced, they also began the process of physical death, even though it took many years for death to have its full effect. This can be better understood with the example of a flower. When you see a flower growing in a garden, you know it is alive, because it is connected to the stem and the roots, and is receiving nourishment from the ground. When you separate the flower from its life source, it still has the appearance of life, and can maintain that appearance for several days, depending on the conditions. Regardless of the care it is given, though, it is already dying, and that process cannot be reversed. The same is true for mankind…”

    Genesis 3:22, I quote again:
    – The words should be rendered, “Behold, what has become [by sin] of the man who was as one of us”! Formed, at first, in our image… to know good and evil – how sad his condition now.
    – A very learned man has ventured the following paraphrase, which should not be lightly regarded: “And the Lord God said, The man who was like one of us in purity and wisdom, is now fallen and robbed of his excellence; he has added לדעת ladaath, to the knowledge of the good, by his transgression the knowledge of the evil; and now, lest he put forth his hand, and take also of the tree of life, and eat and live for ever in this miserable state, I will remove him, and guard the place lest he should re-enter. Therefore the Lord God sent him forth from the garden of Eden,”

    For the rest, you’ll have to do your own homework.

    BTW, you write: “Satan never lied”. But fact is, that he doesn’t ALWAYS lie. If he would, it would be too obvious. So he usually mingles truth, or seeming truths, with his lies. Which is a much more effective method to get people deceived than just by pure lying. (William Shakespeare: “The seeming truth which cunning times put on to entrap the wisest”) Keep this in mind: It’s a deception when you don’t know you’re being deceived. And what I read in your post, HE GOT YA!

    P.S. You can find some more deceptions if you google trthndcptn.

  14. grace - March 3, 2012 at 9:44 am

    thanks a lot man of God for that satisfying and biblical answer am blessed please pray for I used to have a stronger walk with te Lord but along the way flesh overcame and sinned to God two heavier sins but I confessed and went back to God but am not strong like before.pliz advice me I still feel bad about what I did

  15. Capt Maniac - May 16, 2012 at 10:14 pm

    This is a tough one to comprehend. The verse specifically mentions blaspheming the Holy Spirit which is one of the three forms of God. Jesus forgave those who blasphemed Him (God in human form). But how do you blaspheme a Spirit? If you curse or reject the spirit, you are rejecting God spiritual presence. In effect, you are actually turning your back on God. If you won’t let the Spirit into your life, how can you be saved? It doesn’t seem, to me, that you can. Therein lies the premise of the unpardonable sin. What do the others think about that logic? I’d really like to know. Thanks.

  16. david - June 17, 2012 at 12:52 pm

    In my occult days and in my petulant stupid selfish days I knowingly and with intent did blaspheme the holy spirit and call him unclean, though I heartfeltdly repent I cannot be forgiven, the emptiness and despair I feel is hell, a hell with no hope

    • Precious - September 17, 2017 at 3:36 am

      WOW David how’s everything going now? Do you feel saved? Have you sought god

  17. Aned - August 7, 2012 at 7:44 pm

    Ray,
    I don’t believe that having blasphemous thoughts equals blaspheeming the Holy Spirit. It has to be a conscious and deliberate act.
    Also, to AC, I believe this sin in consideration can still be committed today. That is why Jesus made the distinction between blasphemies against the Son (which can be forgiven)…

    “Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.” (Matthew 12:31-32)

    and the Holy Spirit (which can not be forgiven). Jesus doesn’t have to be physically on the earth for this awful sin to take place, because the Holy Spirit is on the earth today. Lord, have mercy!

    “Therefore I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven men, but the blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven men. Anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come.” (Matthew 12:31-32)

  18. charles - December 2, 2012 at 3:58 am

    Hello, I’ve been struggling with this fear for about a year now. I’ve hand memories come into my head and a OCD like attack of tormenting blasphemy.

    A year ago I came to Christ , well I accepted the truth. The attacks or convictions go like this. There are 3 memories of things I said. I’m not even sure I said them but that’s what my mind is saying.

    First one is I’m watching tv and someone was talking in tounges and I said that person was possessed.

    Second one is I’m driving down the road and it was around Halloween and these kids were dressed as devils at a church, I said there devil worshipers .

    The third one is. That I called god a evil spirit. I tried to remember why I’d say such a thing and I don’t even know why, I didn’t know who god was and after knowing him I couldn’t say them things, I think I was saying them things cause of how evil this world is. But it’s not him it’s the ruler of this age who is bad.

    Now I don’t believe these things. And like I said I don’t even remember if I said these things. I never liked religion or knew much about God or Jesus. But one day I started looking for the truth about life and came to the bible after looking at many other religions and science theory’s. anyone willing to talk to me? I’ve prayed a lot over this and tried to explain myself to the God of Abraham Isaac and Jacob.

    Any help would be awesome. Prayers would be nice also, I’ve confessed and repented with tears and fear like no other to these things even though I don’t remember if I did them or not. Should I have done that? Please help

  19. Trish Smith - December 6, 2012 at 12:56 pm

    To Everyone who has had this terrible feeling of impending doom, I’d like to say If you know you had a personal experience when accepting Jesus Christ as personal Lord & Savior you couldn’t have committed the Unpardonable Sin. The fact that you are crying,frightened,& worried shows just that. In the time of Jesus ministry the Pharisees knew he was God’s Son, but kept denying it over & over. Peter denied Jesus yet Jesus said “Upon this Rock I shall build my Church & the Gates of Hell shall NOT prevail against it. Now the Enemy knows the Bible better than us that’s why he uses TRICKs like that so you will not be what God has called you to be. When you Love Jesus you are a threat to Satan.
    Think about this. Let’s just say Everybody in the entire existence of humanity had a bad thought against the Holy Spirit and at the exact moment & time we all thought an evil thought against the Holy Spirit, all of humanity would be lost forever. Then it would have been pointless for Christ to suffer that terrible pain for everyone only for us to be lost from the start.
    Also how did we all become sinners in the first place? Adam right? Adam sinned & we became sinners. Christ died for every person in existence. Christ saved us upon accepting what he did on the Cross. That’s why salvation is a Gift. God is not and Indian giver. You have to Choose Christ. John 3:16 sums it up.For God So Loved the World that he gave his ONLY begotten son that whosoever believes in him shall NOT perish but have everlasting life.” Now I did not see a clause in John 3:16 that said “unless,except,but you committed the Unpardonable Sin. DON’T GO BY FEELINGS AS THEY ARE ALWAYS SUBJECT TO CHANGE. GOD IS NOT IN THE TRICKING BUSINESS. HE IS SIMPLE. We complicated it. He doesn’t. GOD DOES NOT CHANGE!

  20. Trish Smith - December 6, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    To Charles…
    I completely understand, more than you know. Read my post, I think you will be more than ok. I say that because before I came to have a personal relationship with Jesus Christ..I never had those thoughts, not long after was when the same thoughts you had came in my mind like a flood. Don’t you think God knew every thought any of us would ever have in life, even before we had bad thoughts. Did God say “Nothing Doing” I don’t like their thoughts I’m not going to save them. Satan laughs at us because he knows how frightened we can get and he just wants attention. The Same attention that got him kicked out of Heaven. If you meant it or believed you committed this sin you would not be feeling remorse for just a thought.God himself says “My ways or not your ways” My thoughts are not your thoughts”. God Loves You soooooo Much.

  21. Elizabeth Dawn Buffkin - January 24, 2013 at 8:16 pm

    Awesome study thank you

  22. Jake - January 25, 2013 at 6:33 am

    Trust in the Lord with all your heart
    And lean not on your own understanding;
    In all your ways submit to Him
    And He will make your paths straight.
    Proverbs 3:5-6

    Hey David @ #6!!!!

    I think if you focus on all of Gods word and learn as you apply it to your life every day and keep your faith
    you could gain a whole new perspective of what God wants for you. I have also had many struggles and fears thinking I couldn’t go on. The Lord loves those who come to Him and if we sincerely desire a personal relationship with Him, confess our sins and repent of a youthful rebellion I know He can bless your life. Your desires seem to be that you want to be reconciled to God, from what I understand He is merciful to a man with a contrite heart. The sin of this subject seems to be one that is an ongoing rebellion and not a turn around with repentance. If we put our faith in Jesus Christ alone for salvation and persevere He won’t leave us. It is not about our past if we put our faith in Jesus it is our present. When we agree with God and trust Him we have nothing to fear. He is faithful. He loves those who love Him.

  23. Lindsey - January 28, 2013 at 9:55 pm

    I feel like I am being attacked by demons because ever since I read the verse about the unforgivable sin when i was around 13 years old, I have had such a battle and torment going on in my mind. the devil (I presume it is the devil, because I truly do not think anything bad about God, Jesus or the Holy Spirit myself) the devil has attacked my mind with all kinds of horrible thoughts regarding things that would be insulting to the holy spirit. I wish this would have stopped a long time ago, but the thoughts of torment come and go. I wish I could just erase my mind and start over again.

    I truly believe that I have not committed the unpardonable sin, first of all because I do not WANT to, and second of all because I have never SPOKEN anything aloud, they were always just horrible thoughts that came into my mind uninvited. Does anyone know if a thought does or does not count? I would NEVER speak aloud a blasphemy to Jesus, God or the Holy Spirit.

    Third of all, I have never turned my back on God. I always WANTED to be a Christian, and I always will. I have never turned atheist or joined an occult or anything nor do I ever want to.

    Can someone please help me, do you think this is a demon attack? How do I make it stop? It is so bad, I cannot even read the Bible without the disturbing and horrible thoughts coming into my head….it is so hard for me and I hate this.

    I really am a pretty normal person, I would hate to think this is some kind of mental illness. Its been going on since i was about 13 and now I’m 24. I do think Jesus wants us to live the abundant life, so I always wonder what am i doing so wrong for this to happen to me? I try to seek God, but it seems like the devil is around every single corner, ever.

    -Lindsey

  24. Jay - February 1, 2013 at 3:31 pm

    I have been tormented about this for nearly a year….and cannot find relief…I have always been a believer, but now I am scared to death. It has crippled me….I wasn’t aware of the sin as to what it was, but that is no help….It seems as if God has turned on me, and I am having a hard time feeling forgiveness for anything…..Please pray for me, that I will feel God’s presence again. It is more than frightful. Thank you

  25. charles - February 1, 2013 at 7:50 pm

    hang in there jay. i to ave had these fears. i to have been accused of these things. i know in my heart and soul that the holy spirit is holy holy holy. its an attack that isnt new. Our God know’s all things. he knows you better then you know yourself. he made you, he knows every word your gonna say, he see it, and knows it. i would pray to him and talk with him about this, he loves to hear from us. One day soon he will be hear with us or us with him. peace my brother, maybe some day we will meet God willing.

  26. Darlene - February 19, 2013 at 3:43 pm

    Lindsay,
    I had the same evil thoughts,it is satan at work. If you have Christ as your Lord and savior then you are occupied with the Holy Spirit and no one or nothing can ever take you over and occupy you.There is great strength in this. Satan tries these things when he see s you getting close to The Lord because he really thinks he has the power take you over but he does not. He came to me in several dreams and each time I clung to The Lord in pray,Christ gave me strength to shout out I rebuke you satan in my dream and the dreams stopped. You are not going crazy you are being tested and strengthen for the Lords work, stand firm in The Lord and press on. God bless

  27. Ivan - March 8, 2013 at 12:31 am

    Hey Lindsay
    iam sorry you have been foing through this. Surely it is an attack from satan. What you need to do is thank jesus that he saved you. Then read Ephesians 6:11-24 which talks about putting on the armour of God. It is one of the great weapons God has Given us. Dwell especially on verse 17 because the attack is on your mind.
    You need to use your God given authority and cast out any devils afflicting your mind and in you. But first check yourself and go through repentence where you have sinned. Then cast those devils out and by faith put on the helmet of salvation to protect your mind. Then you need to train your mind to focus by memorizing scripture. Memorizing scripture renews your mind and also strengthens the brain muscles and puts your brain under your control. I did follow these simple steps and now live in complete victory through the power of the spirit.

  28. charles - March 8, 2013 at 3:25 pm

    I’ve seen this happen to alot of people. Its sad to see this. Ive been pondering this awhile. i remember the word saying no one can serve two masters. and also there is two main spirits at work. The Holy Spirit and the spirit of the antichrist. when i was a unbeliever and didnt know the truth, it was a lopsided fight. i was blinded and didnt know of such light. The enemy plays this card alot i see. i posted about my troubles also. As believer’s who have been convicted of our sin and have been given repentance and light of the truth and have accepted the love of the truth, this is his last ditch effort to take away the joy we have in Christ. We must ask our self why is God letting this happen to us? he could be letting this happen for the greater Good. Let us trust him. because he is perfect. We all know that the light of God is Awesome in Love and might, full of mercy. How could anyone speak against it once seeing it? Pray for all those who are going through this, i do know the fear and anxiety its a scary thing. see the three things that have been done to me down below.

  29. Ivan - March 9, 2013 at 4:50 am

    Hey Jay can you look at the email i sent to Lindsay. It will be of help. Take it upon yourself to rebuke satan and make it a habit to rebuke those Demons. But also spend time praying and memorising the word of God. It may be uncomfortable fo a while if you arent used to it. But you will soon fall in love with the mighty awesome word of God like i have and your mind will be loaded with its cleansing power. Iam not sayimg that you will totally not have any unholy thoughts. What iam saying is that you will have control over them.

  30. Christopher Sadoun - April 2, 2013 at 5:12 pm

    Every sin is blasphemy against the Holy spirit.

    “For whoever keeps the whole law and yet stumbles at just one point is guilty of breaking all of it.” (Bible, New testament, James 2:10)

    So blasphemy against the holy spirit is forgiven along with all sins because Jesus died for you you will go to Heaven.

  31. Dave Crew - May 22, 2013 at 11:50 pm

    Someone HELP ME ! ! ! !

    It wasn’t until about in early 2009 I came to know the meaning of ” Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit” I actually have heard of it, years ago, but did not know of it. It was a spine chilling revelation that took me back 25 years ago to an experience……

    …. Back in 1985-1986 summer night, I had come to a wall in my walk as a Christian having sin problems, guilt, etc ever since I was a “babe” accepting the rightiousness of God by accepting Jesus Christ as savior of my soul in 1979-1980. But overcoming sin was problematic, and the guilt and convictions got worse all the time. I was so terrified, and bewildered. I then thought that I should not be here on earth and that God should have never to have put me here. I wanted “OUT” and not be subjected to the bible and God’s plan ; never for me to have existed ! ! ! I then turned into bitterness and outrage, and took it all out on the Lord. Again, Summer of 1985-86 I walked out in to the middle of a Farm Field that Friday Night and shook my hand toward heaven and said: ” You should have never given me life here ! ! I WANT OUT OF HERE ! ! ! Is this what you want, to throw me in Hell ! ! ” IS THAT WHAT YOU WANT ! ! ! I then cursed at him like a mad-man many curse words and totally outraged ! ! ! ! I thought this alone was the ” Blasphemy Of The Holy Spirit “, but upon talking to a Pastor after my knowlege of this awful sin ( mentioned in scripture) in 10/2009 , he said no, and he explained because I am concerned it shows I could not have done so……..

    ……* * * But in 3/2012, a revelation of memory came to me and I fell faint as a dead man ! ! ! ! ! I recall the last words I said to God in my fit of rage ” YOU ARE THE DAMN DEVIL ” ! ! ! ! ……. What a terror to have, and to think there is no turmoil for all the sufferings of the world that people go through then for them to know how much worse it is to be separated from God forever, not only if being unsaved, but knowing you are ” out ” before you die by trespassing forgiveness and going to hell with no way to be redeemed of it ! ! ! ! * * * * I am now held in a grip of deadly fear for the rest of my life to the moment I close my eyes for the last time on earth, and then what happens the very moment afterwards ! ! !…………

    ……. There may be hope if since I did this unholy deed out of total ignorance like the Appostle Paul did when he said he blasphemed God out of ignorance and received forgivness. BELIEVE ME, IF I HAD KNOWN THE SCRIPTURES ON THIS SUBJECT PRIOR TO THAT DREADFUL NIGHT, I WOULD HAVE NOT EVEN GOTTEN MAD AT GOD, AND EASILY HOLD MY FRUSTRATION AT BEY ! ! Also many readings of links on line of this topic, theologians surprisingly mention this as well. They also believe a believer can’t commit it because after the Cross, Jesus sits at the right hand of the Father and is not performing miracles being present on earth. Theologians also mention AFTER THE CROSS, THE SCRIPTURES NEVER MENTION ” BLASPHEMY OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ” AT ALL, AND SAY IT WAS A SIN IN DURING THE OLD TESTAMENT JUST PRIOR TO THE CROSS…………. However, I came across a book by
    ” RC Sproul ” – – ” CHOSEN BY GOD “and he believes it is a sin of the tounge\lips. I also again fell over when he mentioned and witnessed a man doing almost the very same thing I did out in the MIDDLE OF A STREET. I ALWAYS TOLD MY STORY ME BEING ” OUT IN THE ” MIDDLE ” OF A FARM FIELD ” ! ! ! AGAIN, READING THAT STORY IN HIS BOOK FLOORED ME TOTALLY ! ! ! THE ONLY DIFFERENCE IS I DID NOT ADDRESS JESUS, OR THE HOLY SPIRIT, BUT JUST SHAKING A FIST TOWARD HEAVEN NOT MENTIONING ANY OF THE GOD HEAD ! ! ! Hopefully that may save me. However, I fear not as I was addressing the sky above toward heaven which may mean all 3 persons of the God Head for that matter.

    ……. IF I AM OTHERWISE GUILTY, I BELIEVE MY ONLY HOPE IS TO SEEK GOD’S FACE AND PLEAD HIS TOTAL “SOVERENTY ” THAT HE COULD ” CHANGE HIS MIND “AND SEE MY HEART TO GIVE ME ANOTHER CHANCE ! ! ! Did not Moses plead with God to change his mind when in his kindled anger against the israelites, he told Moses to step aside as he was going to destroy these unruly people and make Moses’s generations into a mighty nation of people ? ? When God heard Moses’s plea, he repented from his judgement…………..

    ……. I PLAN TO WRITE MY REPENTENCE OUT AS KING DAVID DID IN PSALMS EXPRESSING HIS REPENTENCE, keep it in a sealed envelope and leave it with a Christian to open after I am gone from this world, that it will be acknowledged to other believers……….

    …… I PLEAD THE ULTIMATE SOVERNTY AND HEART OF GOD TO HEAR ME, LISTEN TO ME, AND REMEMBER ME ! ! ! !……. When I came to the knowlege of this ghatstly unpardonable sin, I have prayed many times for God to cast my behavior of blasphemy into the DEPTHS OF HELL AND NOT ALLOW THE DEVIL HIS GLORY SINCE I BELIEVE IT WAS HE WHO SIFTED ME LIKE WHEAT THAT NIGHT TO DO SUCH AN UNGOLDLY THING LIKE THAT ! ! ! !

    ……………….. I PRAY SOME BELIEVER OUT THERE CAN HAVE AN ANSWER FOR ME AS WELL ! ! ! !

    DAVE CREW

  32. Dave Crew - May 23, 2013 at 12:19 am

    Add a comment… Charlie Massie.

    I just wrote my expeience below yours. You have nothing to worry about at all as your thoughts are not sin nor blasphemy. We all have thoughts that can be bad as Satan tries to control us. Jesus said thoughts do not condemn you unless they make rest in your head to commit. I REALLY BELIEVE YOU HAVE ISSUES OF OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE DISORDER. I myself am very obsessive OCD, and I am very much like you as I read your story. I will pray for you as well, but keep in mind you are in no trouble. Read my story below yours. THAT’S TROUBLE !!!! ….Dave Crew

  33. J - June 12, 2013 at 3:09 pm

    I don’t know…..but I now have leprosy. Kinda odd in the US, and in modern day? Yes, ever since In an emotional moment watching a film I eveidently insulted the spirit of grace. This is where I am 2 years later. Everything crashed down. I am only praying every day that I can experience His presence again.
    It was just an emotional moment, and I questioned God? I really hope he will forgive me, and cleanse me. This is killing me slowly….When I sleep its awful, and when I wake up, it’s worse than any nightmare….I was in great health at 55, but feel dead now. No energy, and bad blood cond. Please pray for me. I dont wanna live without Christ.
    I was a sinner, but enjoyed a good relationship with HIM. It really was out of ignorance and emotions, so please be careful.

  34. TJ - August 6, 2013 at 7:05 am

    Hi im born again since i was a child i really cant remember when i accepted Christ but since April this year i had some sort of weired experiences which led me to hospital and for some reason i think that i had committied the unpardonable sin. these thoughts started overwhelming my mind they would come on at anytime any where it would be the same thing over and over. one day i was about to rebuke the devil and muddle up my words …was gonna say evil wicked and in the same sentance i said spirit of the living god..but i was about to ask him to helm me. I couldn’t control the thoughts…that played in my head like a broken recod. I went to my pastor and talked with him many times. Sometime they would Go away. but then comeback untail one day i was doing well until that day. those words came out muddled out
    I tried to commit suicide prior to this i had done prior research cause i didn’t understand what was happening. they put me into the hospital wich didn’t really help they put me on med which seem to be the peoblem cuz they all started when i took the meds and they got progressively worse. then they told me to write about it …then all the thoughts came back. and this thought/ phrase( I curse u so n so)
    it wasn’t God or Jesus. then that thought keeps playing over and over this has been going on for 5 mths i fight them off with the word

  35. charles - August 6, 2013 at 5:01 pm

    Hey TJ you should give me a call. 484-five five 3- 6325 im charlie. ive been through this. call me please

  36. Christopher Abdulla Sadoun - January 5, 2014 at 6:34 pm

    What is Prophecy?
    Prophecy is always a promise of God. God gives prophecy-promises of hope to His children. God also gives prophecy-promises of judgment to those who disagree wither are indifferent to Him.

    Can men give prophecy?
    No! Genuine prophecy comes only from God. “No prophecy was ever an act of human will” (1 Peter 1:21)

    Why is prophecy (a great gift from God), avoided today by many? Why do Lutheran pastors often avoid preaching on prophecy?
    In recent years a small group of Baptist, Pentecostal, Charismatic, and Dispensationalist preachers have predominated television preaching. These preachers claim that the key prophecies of God deal with the state of Israel. These misguided preachers have twisted God’s prophecies and removed Christ from the center of prophetic preaching. By doing this, they replace Jesus Christ with the geographical state of Israel. This misuse of prophecy has cause many Lutheran pastors to avoid teaching about prophecy altogether, thereby leaving their people in the dark and without the hope that God desires to give His people through Christ-centered prophetic preaching.

    If you were to make a tree diagram of all Old Testament prophecies–with a branch or twig representing each specific prophecy–why would Genesis 3:15 be the root of this big “tree” of many old testament prophecies?
    There are 1,189 chapters in the Bible. Already in the third chapter of the first book, God gives His “root,” His “foundation block,” or His cornerstone prophecy. This cornerstone prophecy on which all other prophecies are built is Genesis 3:15. Every activity of the entire Old and New Testament is tied in some way to Genesis 3:15, just as every branch and smallest twig of a tree is in some way tied to the root.

    WHY IS GOOD NEWS DEVOTING AN ENTIRE ISSUE TO PROPHECY?
    The primary purpose of GOOD NEWS is to give its readers hope. As You turn these pages and see specific prophecies explained, you will also experience the hope God desires to give you.

    HOW CAN YOU EASILY DETECT THE HERETICAL TEACHING OF TODAY’S TELEVISION PREACHERS AND DISTINGUISH IT FROM THE SOLID AND RELIABLE TEACHING THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH HAS ALWAYS USED REGARDING PROPHECY?
    Popular and heretical preachers of prophecy usually focus on the Bible books of Revelation, Daniel, and Ezekiel. These books are then used to explain current world politics, especially current events, and to guess when Jesus will return. The greatest condemnation of these charlatans is the clear teaching of Jesus: “But of that day and hour no one knows, not even the angels of heaven, nor the Son, but the Father alone” (Matthew 24:36)

    WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT FOR CHRISTIANS TO KNOW ABOUT THE TWISTED HERESY OF DISPENSATIONALISM?
    As already noted, the Dispensationalist teaching of prophecy takes Jesus from the center of all prophecy and replaces our blessed Lord with the state of Israel. In Luke 24:44, Jesus says, “All things which are written about Me in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.” Dispensationalists, in effect, have recast this section of God’s Word to say, “All things written about the state of Israel in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms must be fulfilled.” Furthermore, as Luther points out, Israel, even in the Old Testament, has always referred to those who believed and followed God, not to a particular race of people or to a certain geographical area.

    WHY IS IT ABSOLUTELY CRITICAL FOR CHRISTIANS TO KNOW WHAT THE WORD ‘ISRAEL” MEANS TODAY?
    Over the centuries, in its worship services, the Christian church has always used the Psalms. The Psalms regularly refer to Israel. When the Psalmist is referring to Israel, he is pointing to those whom God has promised to bless. In their false understanding of Scripture, the Dispensationalists have misled millions to believe that the Psalms are referring to God blessing the state of Israel, when, in fact, the Psalms refer to a blessing God wants to give to all who are worshiping him. In other words, the heretical Dispensationalist theology twists and redirects God’s promises of blessings from children who are His through Baptism to those they believe are His through geography.
    So, the bottom line is this. When people in your congregations are hoodwinked into believing Dispensationalist theology, they do not experience the blessings that God has to give them as His New Israel! (Romans 9:1-8)

    WHERE ARE THE CHIEF THEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS THAT TEACH DISPENSATIONALISM?
    Among themselves Dispensationalists would agree that the leading schools teaching their interpretation of the Scriptures would be Moody Bible Institute in Chicago, Illinois, and Dallas Theological Seminary in Texas. One of the founders of Fuller Theological Seminary was also a major promoter of Dispensationalism.

    WHO HAVE BEEN SOME OF THE LEADING AND MOST POPULAR TEACHERS OF THE TWISTED THEOLOGY OF DISPENSATIONALISM?
    The most popular teacher of dispensationalism has been Hal Lindsey, the author of The Late Great Planet Earth which sold some 35 million copies and was translated into over 50 languages. In more recent years, Tim LaHaye and Jerry Jenkins authored the Left Behind series of books, which netted each author over fifty million dollars. These figures demonstrate how widely this 19th-century American heresy has been spread and the threat that it poses to Christ’s church. Jesus says, “Many will … mislead many” (Matthew 24:5).

    WHY DO THESE RELIGIOUS FICTION BOOKS, ESPECIALLY THOSE THAT DEAL WITH PROPHECY, SELL SO WELL?
    All people, even those committed to secularism, are interested in getting a peek into the future. Thus, when a charlatan comes along who claims to be interpreting present and future events ACCORDING TO THE BIBLE, there are many buyers! Even members of the U.S. Department of Defense were known to be reading The Late Great Planet Earth in the hope of seeing the future of world political and military movements. One author noted that reading The Late Great Planet Earth was like getting an advance copy of tomorrow’s newspaper!
    Finally, on e could read many, many books explaining how the twisted theology of Dispensationalism has impacted politics in the United States and other parts of the world. But politics is not our mission at GOOD NEWS. While we have taken some space to point out the deadly menace of Dispensationalism, you can see that the greater percentage of this issue is devoted to the true and correct Biblical understanding of prophecy, a great blessing God wants you to have!
    Dispensationalism is effectively exposed in volume XIII of Confessional Lutheran Dogmatics: Escatology by John R. Stephenson. p. 83-97, in the essay titled, “Fictitious Signs of His Coming: Sundry Dreams of the Dispensationalists” (Published by the Luther Academy, Fort Wayne, IN. 1993).

    For Bible Study questions about this page, turn to page 41 and use questions 43 through 45.

    43. The heresy of Dispensationalism has been promoted by many popular evangelical preachers on television and radio. Major schools of theology, such as the Moody Bible Institute, promote Dispeationalism. Bestselling books like The Late Great Planet Earth, and even the series, sow the tares of dispensational thinking in the minds of million of Christians (Matthew 13:24-30). Nevertheless, Dispensationalism is not a God-Pleasing doctrine. Jesus warns us: “Many will come in My name … and will mislead many” (Matthew 24:5).

    44. Jesus claims that the entire Old Testament speaks of Him (Luke 24:44). Dispensationalism removes Jesus from the center of Biblical prophecy and replaces Him with the modern state of Israel. Dispensationalists base their teaching on obscure passages while ignoring the Bible’s clear teachings, such as: “But of that day and hour no one knows” (Matthew 24:36). Finally, Dispensationalism robs God’s children of the comfort of their Baptism. By focus-ing on bringing back the political state of Israel, Dispensationalism denies God’s promise that, through Baptism, He has established the Christian church as His New Israel (Romans (:1-8)

    45. No matter how persuasive and exciting television preachers or popular books may be, always remember: Christ, not the state of Israel, is the center of all Scripture (Luke 18:31). When you hear novel interpretations drawn from books such as Revelation or Daniel, keep in mind: “No prophecy of Scripture is a matter of one’s own interpretation” (2 Peter 1:20). Search the Scriptures daily (Acts 17:11), and compare the claims of Dispensational teachers to God’s clear testimonies, such as Matthew 24:36 and Romans 9:1-8. Fix your eyes on Jesus (Hebrews 12:2), knowing that the entire OLd Testament speaks of Him (Luke 24:44). And bear in mind that all prophecy springs from the root of Genesis 3:15. When you are armed with these clear Biblical teachings, and refreshed by God’s forgiveness in Word and Sacrament, you will be able to “stand firm against the schemes of the devil” (Ephesians 6:11).

  37. Alberto Bolonkib - March 6, 2014 at 4:50 pm

    Many people wonder what the “unforgivable sin against the Holy Spirit” is. In the original Greek the word sin here is “blasphemos”, which in Greek means a “profanation”, an exposure of special knowledge.
    It is obvious that in the universe everything is trying to run down to undifferentiate into nothingness, or some are being built up by that which is running down. Our person is a closed circuit in the arising reticular formation of the medulla oblongata of the brain.
    Whatever undifferentiates this circuit causes pleasure. Ultimately it can undifferentiate into nothingness. There is a veil in the brain which veils the great satisfaction of deep sleep and other common causes of unconsciousness. Pleasures override this veil.
    There is a secret sound, called the “lost word” which gives you moments of near nonexistence. If the nonexistence was total you would remain permanently nonexistent. This sound is the cylindrical sound. It induces other closed circuits which, by the attraction of confluency, causes the personal closed circuit some undifferentiation, which is that euphoria called “nirvana”. The “lost word” bypasses that veil, and shows that nonexistence will be the total satisfaction of all desires.
    There is a Hebrew word, which is called “onomatopoeic”, which means that it sounds like that which is described. It is the “lost word”, which means a “well”, a hollow cylinder, spelled “aleph yod nun”, translated, “ain”, but pronounced “eyennn…, like the German word for one, “ein”.
    Ain also means nothingness, that which is sampled by paying attention to this sound; and an eye, and a ring. When meditating upon this sound you will also see inside your closed eyelids concentric rings, like an eye, with black in the middle, then around that, rings of violet, blue, green, yellow, orange, red, and outside that, brown.
    Knowing that the satisfaction from undifferentiation into nonexistence is infinitely greater than any possible joy of a billionaire, is the special secret of the Holy Spirit. In the one substance, energy, motion can only be in closed circuitry, that there be something to move out of the way and fill in behind. Everything is ultimately composed of closed circuits.
    The true opposite polarities are the direction of this circuitry: counterclockwise (male) on one side, and, clockwise (female) on the other side. The iron in the cytochromes of every cell are magnetically polarized, facing out, counterclockwise in males, and, clockwise in females.
    Undifferentiation of circuits by the undifferentiation provided by confluency (counterclockwise and clockwise are confluent when face to face) is polarity cancellation. A very fast polarity cancellation rate is fire. A fast polarity cancellation rate is identical with a fast entropy production rate, which is an analogue of velocity in mechanics, and likewise, but without the gravitational component, accesses globally bent timespace. The Underworld is in globally bent timespace.
    So, those who “know where it’s at”, know the secret of the Holy Spirit, don’t want immortality. They are “unforgivable” for they don’t want to be forgiven. They want to delve into the Lake of Fire for the orgy into permanent nonexistence, the eternal satisfaction of all desires.

  38. keisha m - March 30, 2014 at 12:46 am

    when i was a young girl i went to a church service…i got there a little late an i saw ppl fainting and shaking…i didnt understand so i ran and told my aunt that there was an “evil thing” in the church….i didnt understand wat was happening. i learnt of the unforgivable sin and it eats at my soul to this day…i…i feel empty and afraid….i dunnu if i commited this sin again out of ignorance,idleness or what over the years…i feel afraid and i need God’s mercy….i dunnu how to go on…..i have my entire life ahead of me and i dont want this weighing me down..i wud go into days or months of depression..i get so scared i throw up and tremble…i dunnu where to turn….i just pray to Him for his understanding an his fogiveness….i want to be able to sing again..i want to be happy…i cant even be alone for long because i start to think an it starts all over again…..

  39. Christopher Abdulla Sadoun - April 4, 2014 at 6:06 pm

    I am a Christian Universalist which means I believe blasphemy against the holy spirit is forgiven. And so because I believe that blasphemy against the holy spirit is forgiven I therefore believe ALL go to Heaven. I am not a unitarian.

  40. Carolyn - April 13, 2014 at 5:37 am

    @david
    Had you known anything about the Holy Spirit before you said this against Him? i.e. Had you experienced Him in the church before, but then turned away?

    Since that time, has God shown you in any particular way that He has forgiven you? For instance, has there been a time where you felt God say, “You are mine,” and then you opened the Bible to a scripture that said the same thing, only to have a friend tell you that they heard the same thing from God the next day? Or something like that?

    @Adam Robert Mark Wasson

    When you spoke against the Holy Spirit, did you mean the enmity you expressed toward Him?

    Since that time, has God shown you in any particular way that He has forgiven you? For instance, has there been a time where you felt God say, “You are mine,” and then you opened the Bible to a scripture that said the same thing, only to have a friend tell you that they heard the same thing from God the next day? Or something like that?

    Thanks!!

  41. J - April 14, 2014 at 9:22 am

    One thing that I learned first hand is that human can come to you with a message from God, and if you reject that person over a period of time, you can unknowingly be committing the same act. I had no idea that so many prophets walked among us today. I fought with one off and on for 2 years that tried to pull me away from certain things. This one was never allowed to mention scripture quotes unless I did first, or point them out in the Bible. She never mentioned Jesus Christ name. Now I know who she really was. I am being punished every day for not realizing who was talking to me. Always listen, especially when a new person comes into your life, or you ask God for something. Be very careful. I only hope that He will forgive me.

  42. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 3:27 pm

    Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ You are the sinful curse and the dirty damned devil be damned to death and hell.

    I am forgiven for that blasphemy because Jesus died for me.

    Jesus died for you you will go to Heaven.

    Jesus died for Christopher Sadoun Christopher Sadoun will go to Heaven.

  43. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 3:36 pm

    The Holy Spirit God is the comforter and Jesus Christ’s and The Father God’s Spirit.

    by Christopher Sadoun | Saturday, February 15, 2014  10:29:21 PM  |  Report

    Jesus Christ rose from the dead for ALL ALL go to Heaven because of Jesus Christ. Jesus Christ is the son of God. Jesus Christ is God and one with The Father God. Thats the truth.

    by Christopher Sadoun | Saturday, February 15, 2014  10:26:26 PM  |  Report

    Amen. With this I most certainly agree. Amen.

    by Christopher Sadoun | Saturday, February 15, 2014  10:19:01 PM  |  Report

    The God of today’s jewish religion judaism is the same as the God of Islam. The God of today’s jewish religion judaism which also is the God of Islam is NOT the God of Christianity. Christianity has a different God than Islam and today’s judaism. Islam and today’s judaism both do animal sacrifice and other semingly similar such things. Christianity does not do animal sacrifice; its people get ahead by the one time sacrifice of Jesus God Christ. The waring notions of today’s judaism and Islam (the waring madness of Islam and the waring madness of today’s judaism) serve as a testimony against them. today’s judaism is the devil. islam and Allah are the devil. I have to tell the truth about this . I cant and wont keep silent about this anymore. Truth be Told. . Jesus died for ALL ALL go to Heaven because of Jesus Christ.

  44. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 3:37 pm

    Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ You are the sinful curse and the dirty damned devil be damned to death and hell.

    I am forgiven for that blasphemy because Jesus died for me.

    Jesus died for you you will go to Heaven.

    Jesus died for Christopher Sadoun Christopher Sadoun will go to Heaven

  45. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 3:44 pm

    Holy spirit of jesus christ you are the sinful curse and the dirty damned devil be damned to death and hell.

    I am forgiven for this blasphemy because jesus died for me.

    Jesus died for ALL ALL go to heaven.

    Jesus died for you you will go to heaven.

    Jesus died for Christopher Sadoun Christopher Sadoun will go to heaven.

    ttp://www.auburn.edu/~allenkc/univart.html

    And

    http://www.auburn.edu/~allenkc/answers.html

    And

    Hans Urs Von Balthasar (A catholic priest) wrote a book called “Dare We Hope That ALL Men Be Saved”

    And

    Pope francis in 2013 said “The Lord has redeemed all of us, all of us, with the Blood of Christ: all of us, not just Catholics. Everyone! ….. Even the atheists. Everyone!” (Pope Francis 2013)

    I agree with this Quote and am thankful for it.

  46. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 3:46 pm

    Because I am forgiven by Jesus I am free to be a person of God and call apples apples and oranges oranges….

  47. Christopher Sadoun - April 29, 2014 at 5:02 pm

    I hate, yes hate, I hate blasphemy laws and Jesus Christ does too. Blasphemy laws were what Jesus Christ was allways arguing with the Judaism Pharisees about.

  48. rick - February 1, 2015 at 9:02 am

    Hi brothers and sisters. I’m just a simple man. Blasphemy is defined as ” bringing to naught ” isn’t it? As flawed as we are we are still trying to ” bring to fruition “…our Father sees and knows this. Do you think He loves us any less just because we have such a hard time in our struggles to know him and think and act as He would like us to? I trust and love Him because he said He would save me if I believed in Him and His Son. That’s all I need…i believe He will do what He said. Ya’ll are in my prayers…..

  49. Jessica - February 6, 2015 at 1:48 am

    Sooo i was explaining this to a lady So saying the name of the Holy Spirit and say he’s demonic u commit the sin u have to blaspheme his works??His works or his name ?? Cause I remember I once got mad at god and said holy spirt is dem** I was confessing that to a lady with my mouth does that count as a sin because I couldn’t stop thinking what Jesus said or what that sin ment 🙁 after i read it i couldn’t stop thinking about day and night and then I was confessing it to a lot of people or does god know I’m worry ?? cause I’m sooo worried because mark chapter 3 verse 20-30 says if u call him a devil there will be no forgiveness 🙁 please don’t judge my writing I just need help !!! Do u think it’s a sin if I confessed it to people about what I said about the holy spirt like I would tell them that I said the holy spirt is dem** I confess that to people with my mouth because I was worried do u think it’s still a sin by confessing that with my mouth?? or does god understand me???

    • Fallenangel - March 29, 2016 at 3:53 am

      Something like this thing happened to me I was 12 or something I might have been angry and then I just thought and blurted out God got his powers from bleep then was horrified I didn’t mean it and burst into tears after I don’t know if I am damned. Does it have to be public to blaspheme? Like a slanderous statement about him to others from the heart? I was alone then and when I was 19 the thoughts came and I was horrified and I said he did not not get his powers from blank I was horrified and added a not. Ok this sounds weird but I kinda said what the pharisees said and that was always my worst fear. It’s not from my heart am i damned. I since have completely given myself to him and am living and baptised for him but is it all for nothing am i damned? Can I not give him my life now? I would never rationally slowly say anything bad about him much less believe or tell others it
      Plz help me!!!!-

      • Carl - March 30, 2016 at 4:22 pm

        Dear Brother. I believe the spirit inside you made you say those words. I’m sure you didn’t commit it. I have been attacked this way too I’ve never spoken anything but the Devil has tried to get me to Kill myself

        • Emma Bowser - May 29, 2016 at 1:04 pm

          Can you explain more what is it to Blasphemy the Lord?I think it mean to not deny the Lord or holy Ghost or spirit. Also means to go against him him. But Is there more to it?

  50. Margo - April 12, 2015 at 5:06 pm

    There are scriptural references about the 3rd Heaven, believed to be the Celestial Kingdon where God the Father dwells. There, Christ sits on the right hand of the Father to rule and reign forever. Those who are partakers of the Terrestial Kingdom, the second heaven, will enjoy the companionship of the Savior but fall short of God’s presence and glory. The lowest kingdom is the Telestial Kingdom. The rebellious and those who have rejected Christ but will be redeemed to some degree will enjoy the ministration of the Holy spirit. Once you have rejected the Holy Spirit there is only one other location to spend eternity, that being outer darkness or HELL!

  51. Elizabeth - October 20, 2016 at 11:52 pm

    Would you still be dammed for all eternity for speaking against the holy spirit even after you geniunly repented and changed your entire life around and serve the lord now? I never thought about this until someone once mentioned it to me, and as soon as they did I heard a little voice in my head that whispered some horrible things. However, I don’t feel as if it was me, because I didn’t feel any hate or anger when these thoughts came into mind (bad thoughts regerding the holy spirit). I’m a little frightened by this verse… I need a little clarity

  52. Angela - December 2, 2016 at 2:38 pm

    I have battled for almost 3 years and its a battle everyday but ive thought everything under the sun and here recently the thoughts have gotten even worse they specifically target the Holy Spirit and alot of times they are notions i think like what if you think this or that and sometimes i would stand to correct them like saying out loud to cast then down like for example the same thing the pharisees said ould come into my mind and i to try and fix it would think Jesus did it through the Holy Spirit but sometimes the more scaredd and panicky i get the less i think the biblical answer and i keep thinking the unholy thoughts to the point wher i will cast them down out loud and i have made a mistake and said the wrong thing out loud…its to myself but still. Buti had a most the most horrible thought or notion the other day and since then i think it all the time and i will be thinking to myself and i think this horrible thought then i try to cast it down or even combat it with scripture but its like i want to think it but i dont and im scared that when God sees me He is going to be like yes you wanted to think it and then to make matters worse you just keep thinking it over and over trying to fix it but its too late. Im scared ive battled it for so long that i have grown tored of the battle or something especially if you can lose your salvation then that means that i probably have…and i really dont want to. Infact i dont want to be mad at God but these thoughts tho and i have asked God to take these thoughts away and keep me on the straight path and please dont let commit the unpardonble sin. And im really tired and scared. Pi dont know what to do but to kill myself. If i have lost my salvation and there is no forgiveness for that sin then i am doomed anyway.

  53. Steve - June 18, 2017 at 4:52 pm

    When I was barely out of my teens, I became very discouraged and said some things that were blasphemous to the Holy Spirit. I was a believer, so I can’t claim ignorance. I have repented and truly want Christ in my life. My friend told me to remember Jesus’s promise that He would in no way cast out any repentant sinner who comes to Him. Are you saying that I will be condemned anyway?

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