In this study of ‘The Unforgivable Sin,’ three
questions must first be answered before the significance of this sin can
be fully realized in this end generation of the fig tree.
1. What is the biblical definition of the
2. How will it be possible to commit the unforgivable
3. And when will it be possible according to
scripture to commit this sin?
The punishment for the unforgivable sin is an eternal
death sentence handed down by God to those who commit it. The key is,
you have to know what the unforgivable sin is in order to commit it. In
the Epistle of John, we are instructed by God not to pray for anyone who
has committed the sin unto death. My question is, if you don’t know what
the unforgivable sin is, then how will you know whether or not you are
praying for someone that may have committed it?
1 John 5:16-If you see a Christian brother or sister
sinning in a way that does not lead to death, you should pray, and God
will give that person life. But there is a sin that leads to death,
and I am not saying you should pray for those who commit it.
This is the reason why there is a cloak of innocence
that embodies this sin. God will not hold you accountable for committing
this sin if you don’t know what the sin is. Why do I say this? There are
some Christians who fear that they may have already committed the
unforgivable sin. Thinking that you may have is a good sign that you
have not. It is impossible to commit the unforgivable sin until Satan
appears on earth and sits in the Temple of God claiming to be God. This
is the reason why this study is so important. It is designed to document
the unforgivable sin so clearly that, the traditionalist will have to
work overtime to muddy the living water of this truth. So, with a word
of wisdom from our Father, I invite all sincere seekers of truth to take
this journey with me into the scripture and read for yourself the
biblical definition of the unforgivable sin.
What Is The Biblical Definition Of The Unforgivable
Matthew 12:31-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.
The word ‘blasphemy’ in Greek means,
"vilification against God." (Strong’s #988)
‘Vilification’ defined by Webster’s Dictionary
means, "to use slanderous language."
The word ‘slander’ defined by Webster’s Dictionary means,
"the utterance in the presence of another person of a false statement
damaging to a third person’s character."