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xx Is there an unpardonable sin?
« Thread started on: Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm »

Is there an unpardonable sin?

When Judas betrayed Christ and hung his self was he flowersed?

Would the assumption that he knew that Jesus was the messiah and his betrayal was unpardonable be correct?

Since Judas betayed Christ before the resurrection and he then being under the old law was he flowersed for the betrayal?

David was in God's graces I believe and therefore he was not flowersed.

Solomon turning from his faith and taking on pagan belief under the influence of his wives I believe was flowersed.

Sampson after commiting sin and regiven his strength to pull down the pillars of Palestinian temple I believe was under God's grace and therefore was not flowersed.

Was Sampson flowersed because of the suicide act being commited ? huh??
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xx Re: Is there an unpardonable sin?
« Reply #1 on: Mar 7th, 2010, 05:20am »

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
Is there an unpardonable sin?

Yes, there is an "unpardonable" sin. But, it is the sin of unbelief.

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
When Judas betrayed Christ and hung his self was he flowersed?

Would the assumption that he knew that Jesus was the messiah and his betrayal was unpardonable be correct?


The Bible records that Judas actually repented, but repented of the act of his betraial.

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
Since Judas betayed Christ before the resurrection and he then being under the old law was he flowersed for the betrayal?


His falt was thinking he could pay for his sin with his own life. The sin that sealed his doom was not turning back to Christ for his salvation. Only the acceptance of the death of Christ can save the soul.

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
David was in God's graces I believe and therefore he was not flowersed.


Even with all his faults, David's heart was ultimately right with God. Many of the Psalms record David's love for his God, even though at times we can planely see his actions in his physical life were far removed from God's will.

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
Solomon turning from his faith and taking on pagan belief under the influence of his wives I believe was flowersed.


Solomon, although relented to the request of several of his wives, (probably just to appease them) never turned Israel to other God's, or turned to them himself. The Proverbs of Solomon are a testament to his heart, as the Psalms are to his father David. He did many things that displeased the Lord, unquestionably, but there his no record in the scripture of him having lost his faith.

on Mar 5th, 2010, 6:06pm, cruxty wrote:
Sampson after commiting sin and regiven his strength to pull down the pillars of Palestinian temple I believe was under God's grace and therefore was not flowersed.

Was Sampson flowersed because of the suicide act being commited ? huh??


Although Samson commited suicide, that act is not the unpardonable sin. Only the rejection of God (or the promise) under the Old Covenant, and rejection of Christ (the fulfillment of the promise) under the New can "flowers" a person for all eternity.

However, the story of Samson is but much more interesting than most imagine, if one familiarizes oneself with the law of the Nazarite and compare it to the life of Samson who was a Nazarite from the womb (or conception).
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