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  • Unpardonable Sin

    Contributed by James Kirkland on Oct 26, 2010
    based on 3 ratings
     | 1,491 views

    What is the Unpardonable sin and when does it take affect?

    Unpardonable Sin Matt 12:22-32 Then they brought him a demon-possessed man who was blind and mute, and Jesus healed him, so that he could both talk and see. 23 All the people were astonished and said, "Could this be the Son of David?" 24 But when the Pharisees heard this, they said, "It is only by ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Donald Rapp on Jul 25, 2010
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,789 views

    Is it possible to commit a sin that is unforgivable? If it is possible what exactly would that sin be?

    The Unpardonable Sin Mark 3:20-30 July 26, 2009 I. Introduction: A. The passage before us today contains one of the most ominous warnings recorded in scripture. B. Jesus’ ministry had grown to enormous proportions vs.20. 1. It was so large that his relatives came because they were ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Mack Armstrong on Mar 4, 2007
    based on 15 ratings
     | 7,344 views

    To attribute to Satan what God has done and does is a sin with no forgiveness.

    MARK 3:22-30 THE UNPARDONABLE SIN I. CONFRONTATION: * Mark 3:22 A. Concurrence. B. Charge. C. Contempt. II. COUNTEREVIDENCE:** Mark 3:23-27 A. Confrontation. 3:23 B. Contradiction. 3:24-26 C. ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Chris Hodges on Sep 8, 2003
    based on 90 ratings
     | 10,714 views

    To note the importance of accepting Jesus for who He is.

    The Gospel of Mark #10: The Unpardonable Sin Text: Mark 3:20-35 Thesis: To note the importance of accepting Jesus for who He is. Introduction: (1) After Jesus’ encounters with the Pharisees concerning the Sabbath day, He withdrew with His disciples to the sea. (a) A great multitude ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin?

    Contributed by Scott Bayles on Feb 16, 2004
    based on 159 ratings
     | 13,636 views

    What is the Unpardonable Sin? Jesus deals with the sin of "blasphemy against the Spirit," here.

    If this sermon is helpful to you look for my latest book, “The Greatest Commands: Learning To Love Like Jesus.” Each chapter is sermon length, alliterated, and focuses on the life and love of Jesus. You can find it here: www.amazon.com/gp/product/1606471120 The Unpardonable Sin? by Scott ...read more

  • The Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Joel Preston on Mar 22, 2012
    based on 1 rating
     | 3,004 views

    Jesus clears up some misunderstandings the people of His day had about Him.

    The Gospel of Mark # 9 – “The Unpardonable Sin” Mark 3:20-35 Intro – 1. ILL – The following series of advertisements reportedly appeared in a daily newspaper: Monday: "The Rev. A.J. Jones has one color TV set for sale. Telephone 626-1313 after 7 p.m. and ask for ...read more

  • The Struggle Is Over

    Contributed by La Juana Morris on Jan 16, 2007
    based on 47 ratings
     | 35,094 views

    Learning to trust God completely

    For the past 2 months, the song “The struggle is over” has resonated in my spirit. For the past 6 weeks, it has been the song of altar call as you petition God for an answer. This morning, Brother Melvin performed a praise dance to the same song that reveals the struggle is over. I petitioned ...read more

  • The Holy Spirit –the Unpardonable Sin Series

    Contributed by Jim Kilson on Nov 10, 2014
     | 2,402 views

    Part 4 of 4 in an introductory series on the Holy Spirit, looking at who He is and how He works in our lives.

    INTRODUCTION: Last week we looked at the relationship that we have with the Holy Spirit, in how He manifests Himself in the lives of His people, both past and present, where we explored the “falling,” (OT) of the Spirit, the “indwelling” (NT) of the Spirit, and the ...read more

  • Is There Anything God Can't Do?

    Contributed by Jeff Pearce on Nov 12, 2008
    based on 4 ratings
     | 2,166 views

    THE UNPARDONABLE SIN.

    IS THERE ANYTHING GOD CAN’T DO? INTRO: JESUS SHED BLOOD 1: FORGIVNESS OF SINS A) COL 1:14 THROUGH HIS BLOOD B) THE FORGIVNESS OF SINS C) COL 2:13 HE MADE ALIVE D) FORGIVEN YOU ALL TRESPASSES POINT: 1 JOHN 1:9 IF WE CONFESS OUR SINS, HE IS FAITHFUL AND JUST TO FORGIVE US OUR SINS, AND ...read more

  • "He Called Them To Get Off The Fence” Series

    Contributed by Dave Mcfadden on Mar 8, 2017
     | 3,071 views

    Christ called people to decision. You cannot remain neutral about Him.

    Of all people admired in the world today, Jesus of Nazareth ranks at the top of the list. Even many who aren't believers regard Him as one of the wisest teachers and most loving leaders the world has known. So why did His contemporaries kill him? What was it about what He said or did that was ...read more

  • The Sin God Won’t Forgive Mark 3:28-30 Series

    Contributed by James Lee on Nov 19, 2013
     | 4,618 views

    Parts of this message was adapted from a sermon by Pastor Jerry Shirley. Today I want to focus on the idea of “Have I crossed the line?” Have I committed the unforgivable sin? People often ask what is the “Unpardonable or the unforgivable sin”?

    A pastor asked his congregation this question. “Is there anyone here who has never sinned? If there is, please stand up.” Well In the back of the room John stood up. The pastor said “John, are you telling me that you have never sinned?” “No” said John, ...read more

  • The Dilema Of Divorce

    Contributed by Richard Harsell on Jun 28, 2004
    based on 28 ratings
     | 3,632 views

    Divorce is not "The Second Unpardonable Sin."

    "The Dilema of Divorce" Mark 10: 1-12 Richard F. Harsell friendshippastor@yahoo.com The issue of divorce among believers has been a centuries-old problem within the Church which remains a spiritual "hot potato" still today. Here in America, statistics tell us that 43% of ...read more

  • What Is The Unforgiveable Sin

    Contributed by John Hamby on Oct 11, 2011
    based on 12 ratings
     | 9,889 views

    There are thousands of people who are terrified that they may have committed the unpardonable sin. This is a shame because the mere fact that they desire to repent is evidence that the Holy Spirit is still working in their lives. I think that part of the

    111009 “What Is The Unforgiveable Sin?” Matthew 12:22-32 In this message we are going to deal with a passage that has been more troublesome to many than any other. This ...read more

  • The Sin God Won't Forgive Series

    Contributed by Jerry Shirley on Nov 4, 2006
    based on 55 ratings
     | 10,126 views

    All sins but one can be forgiven but not all are consistently resisted. Thankfully, the ’unpardonable sin’ is easily avoided. Link included to formatted text and PowerPoint Presentation.

    The Sin God Won’t Forgive Matthew 12:22-32 Thank you for all the Pastor appreciation you showed in October, and all year round. When one of our deacons came to the front after the closing prayer last Sun. PM I didn’t know if it was good news or bad news! Good news/bad news for a ...read more

  • What Is The Mistake That Leads Toward The Unforgiveable Sin?

    Contributed by Jim Butcher on Mar 5, 2014
    based on 3 ratings
     | 2,094 views

    A look at the unforgiveable sin. I think the distinction that I share about why criticism of Jesus is acceptable but of the Holy Spirit is not will be helpful in getting to the heart of what Jesus is trying to convey.

    WHAT IS THE "UNFORGIVEABLE SIN" EXACTLY? It seems to be seeing consistently clear evidence of the Spirit’s movement and attributing it to Satan. - Luke 12:10. - The passage in Luke presents the shortest version of this saying in the gospels. The versions in Matthew 12:22-32 and Mark ...read more