Does God forgive all sins? ?
- Anonymous1 month ago
READ GODS WORD
Matthew 12:31-33 KJV — Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come. Either make the tree good, and his fruit good; or else make the tree corrupt, and his fruit corrupt: for the tree is known by his fruit.
And recognize lies from the pits of hell like this......Yes, all sins past and future.
- Forrest ToneyLv 71 month ago
Yes . But you'll never forgive yourself until you decide to obey Mat. 5: 48 GR8
- HogieLv 71 month ago
Jesus already forgave all committed sins. But sins committed is only half the equation regarding the problem. The other half is the person, still in possession of a "heart of stone" aka a "wicked and deceitful heart" that compels a person to commit sins. This is addressed with the gospel, where, upon belief, one receives a new heart of flesh, aka God's Spirit, making the person a "new creation."
- PubliusLv 71 month ago
No. He can only forgive the ones we regret, give up, make amends for, and replace with good works. In short, the ones we repent of. Murder and the sin against the Holy Ghost prevent us from being able to repent.
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- choko_canyonLv 71 month ago
Almost certainly not, since there's almost certainly no god, no sins, and therefore nothing to forgive or anyone to do the forgiving.
- DavidLv 71 month ago
Nope, not the Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit.
- SamwiseLv 71 month ago
I think so. In fact, I believe he HAS forgiven all sins. According to Jesus, that was the entire point of his ministry; he said God sent him because he loved all of us ("the world").
The trouble is that being forgiven is only the start of dealing with our sins. We cannot overcome their consequences, even with God's help, unless we are willing to recognize them and accept his forgiveness.
That's why there's talk of "blasphemy against the Holy Spirit" as being unforgivable. Unless we accept the guidance of the Spirit, to recognize and abandon our own imperfections, we continue to be subject to their results. A person who rejects the Spirit is caught in a trap, one of his own making.
But it's only unforgivable as long we insist on staying in the trap, and we're free to leave it at any time--to stop trying to justify ourselves by claiming that the wrongs we've done are not wrong. God's grace, God's love, can free us from our sins by freeing us from our claims of self-righteousness.
That, of course, is a Christian notion. But I'm not saying it's necessary to be a Christian to accept it. Or that being a Christian necessarily takes care of it: too many of my fellow Christians have turned their religion into another trap, another wallowing in self-righteousness. That's what Jesus pointed out the religious leaders of his own time were doing wrong, too--which is why he brought up "blasphemy of the Spirit" in the first place.
I do think that being a Christian can help, as long as we don't get suckered into listening to the wrong sort of leaders.
- jon pikeLv 71 month ago
All except one: atheism.
- Anonymous1 month ago
Yes, all sins past and future, by the person believing in the Lord Jesus Christ. Here is the truth: Death leads to immediate heaven or hell. The only way to have eternal life, the only way to be in heaven and avoid hell, is by believing in the Lord Jesus Christ for eternal life (John 6:47). It is that simple and that easy. It is too late to be saved after death. Jesus is God and Jesus died on the cross and shed His blood to pay for all of our sins in full, and then Jesus resurrected from the dead (1 Corinthians 15:3-4). Nothing else pays for our sins, not works from us or anything else, and Jesus already paid for our sins with His death and blood. You cannot add any works to getting into heaven (Romans 4:5).
- Donut TimLv 71 month ago
If you think so then, yes.
Imaginary beings can do anything you can imagine.