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We read of some who do not continue in the Word of Christ (John ), do not abide in Christ (John 15:1-8), become disqualified in the race of the Christian life (1 Cor -27), resist God’s correction up to the point of physical death (1 Cor -32).
Others stray from the faith (1 Tim 1:5-6), shipwreck their faith (1 Tim -20), fall away from the faith (1 Tim 4:1-3), deny the faith (1 Tim 5:8), cast off initial faith to follow Satan (1 Tim. 6:9-10), stray from the faith by teaching false doctrine (1 Tim.
But did you know that there are people in the Bible who have committed one or all of these sins whom we all expect to see in heaven? The Bible talks about believers who commit idolatry (1 King 11:1-10).
We read of others who believe only for a while and then fall away (Luke ).
I have personally talked with Christians who were divorced, got an abortion, or committed adultery, and thought they had committed the unforgivable sin. If a person commits suicide, then they are going to hell. They didn’t really have abortion back then the way we do now, but if you believe, as I do, that abortion is taking the life of another human being, then we can call abortion the murder of babies. Yet we know from Ezekiel that many of the Israelites did this as a form of idol worship.
Then there is the righteous man who commits unrighteousness and dies as a result of it in Ezekiel 18, and the man in 1 Corinthians 5 who was involved in an incestuous relationship with his mother in law. Ananais and Sapphira in Acts 5 and so many other examples in Scripture of genuine believers who fell away. But what about when someone commits the unforgivable sin?
The point of all of this is to show that the grace of God runs deeper and wider than most of us will ever know. We have all encountered the troubling passage in Matthew -32 which indicates that there is a sin which the grace of God does not cover.
They lived in the time of Jesus and saw what He did, but attributed His work to the devil.
If this view is correct, then nobody can commit the unforgivable sin except for the Jewish people living at the time of Christ.