Tell God Your Blasphemous Thoughts

blasphemous thought

Is it a blasphemous thought to think that you hate God? Of course not! In fact, go tell God what you are thinking. He wants to hear it. Seriously. The last thing God wants is for us to shut ourselves off from Him. So if we are having blasphemous thoughts toward God, the best thing we can do is talk to God about them, so that He can show us how much He loves us, and how the God we think we hate is not actually the God He truly is.


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Make Sure You Never Commit the Unforgivable Sin

Unforgivable Sin

How can you know if you, or a friend, or relative, have committed the unforgivable sin? You haven’t, and you can make sure you never will. Once you have believed in Jesus for eternal life, the possibility of committing the unpardonable sin becomes an impossibility forever.


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Is Repentance from Sin Required for Forgiveness?

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Scripture seems to indicate that repentance is necessary to receive the forgiveness of sins. A second look at repentance reveals otherwise. Repentance for the forgiveness of sins has nothing to do with gaining eternal life and entering heaven, but about freedom from the captivating and addictive power of sin.


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Is Confession of Sin Required for Forgiveness?

1 John 1:9

Some people seem to believe that confession of sin is required for the forgiveness of sin, that you are not forgiven unless you confess. This idea comes from 1 John 1:9, but represents a misunderstanding of the context of 1 John, and the differences between a relationship with God and fellowship with God.


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Can God Forgive Me?

Forgiven

If there is a sin which you believe God cannot forgive, just remember that in Jesus, all your sins are already forgiven. The grace of God runs deeper and wider than most of us will ever know. The ocean of God’s grace never runs dry. The limits of God’s grace are never reached.


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