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Why is sinning against the testimony of a speaking conscience a very serious type of sin?

Why could a heathen, one who has never heard the gospel, not commit the unpardonable sin?


Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.

- Isaiah 1:18


In actuality, why is there no such thing as a "little sin"?

    'the enemies' to attack, mock, and slander."

    "Did Randy commit the unpardonable sin?" Marie asked seriously.

    "I would not dare to say that he did, yet," her teacher responded. "When the unpardonable sin is committed, there is no fear for, nor repentance from, sin anymore, But Randy is dangerously heading in that direction. He is fighting to call evil good and good evil.

When the Holy Spirit impresses and convicts a person of his sin, Satan often tries to convince him that there is no hope for him, that he has sinned too greatly, or that he has committed the unpardonable sin. However, those who receive warnings of conscience concerning sin - impressions regarding their soul's condition, or convictions of the truth of eternity - receive evidence that they have not committed the unpardonable sin. Those who have committed this sin never experience any remorse, sorrow, or concern over these matters. The Word of God encourages all those who feel the weight of their sin, not to despair, but to plead for salvation in Jesus Christ, for "He is able also to save them to the uttermost that come unto God by Him" (Hebrews 7:25a). No sinner can place himself beyond the uttermost.

    In Hampton Court Gardens there were many large, stately oak trees. However, several of these trees were killed by ivy vines.

    Had the ivy been uprooted or killed when it was a young plant, the oaks would not have become the victims

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