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Why You Have Not Committed the Unforgivable Sin: Finding Forgiveness for the Worst of Sins Paperback – June 12, 2012
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This book contains a distillation of what people have found helpful over the years as they seek to know that God loves and forgives them after they have committed some sort of terrible sin.
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and the scores of others who have contacted
me over the years about the unpardonable sin.
I hope the love and forgiveness of God overwhelms you.
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Therefore I say to you, any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven people, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven. Whoever speaks a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but whoever speaks against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, either in this age or in the age to come."
Jesus appears to make speaking against the Holy Spirit worse than anything else a person could ever do, including speaking against Jesus Himself. But was does that mean? What exactly is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit? Why is it so seemingly condemned by Christ?
Have I done this?
To complicate things even more, if you begin to study this passage, and its meaning, you will quickly find out that even theologians disagree broadly about what exactly Jesus was getting at here.
Be at Peace! If this is something you have struggled with, if you have ever felt in bondage to the "what if?" of having committed this unforgivable sin, if you want to settle this issue once and for all in your heart, if you want to be Free from this burden forever...
...I have good news.
My friend Jeremy Myers has written a book about just this issue. "Why You Have Not Committed The Unforgivable Sin: Finding Forgiveness for the Worst of Sins" is available now. I had the privilege of being on the review team for this book, and it blessed me deeply.
I know it will bless you too.
Jeremy has packed, in less than 2 hours of reading, an eternal value - Freedom from the weight of worry about committing the "Unforgivable Sin.Read more ›
All Christians should read this...
Have you ever even heard of the unforgivable sin? If so, have you ever wondered if you have committed it?
I have always heard the only unforgivable sin is the sin of unbelief and to an extent that is true. However, in the 85 pages of "Why You Have Not Committed the Unforgivable Sin" Jeremy Myers adds substance to that belief and makes a very good case for how you can be sure you have not committed it.
If this is something you have ever wondered about yourself or if you know someone who has struggled with this get your copy of this book today! You can read it before you go to bed and then have a better grasp of exactly what the unforgivable sin is, what is isn't and how to know if you have committed. If you know someone who has or is struggling with this subject you can share your copy or buy them one of their own. It could be a life changer!
In the book the author dispels some commonly held beliefs or myths about what this sin is not. Then he explains exactly what it is. And finally, he describes for anyone how you can know for sure you have not committed the unforgivable sin.
This is well worth the time it takes to read and the small investment required to buy it. It could change your life but could also help you change someone else's life too. Get your copy today!
This is the first book by Myers that I have read, though I have been reading his blog on tillhecomes.org for a number of years. In his blog and in this book Myers has proven himself to be a careful thinker and a gentle teacher. This book reflects a simple style and a very straightforward way of interpreting some difficult Biblical passages. And in a world of convoluted theological logomachy, that is a breathe of fresh air.
The book is short and to the point, and it proves its point in my estimation. If you or anyone you know has struggled with fear over the so-called 'unforgivable sin,' then I would suggest picking up Myers book. Whether you struggle with fear over this sin, or with fear over sin in general, the book will be a great encouragement to you.
The one theme I have noticed again and again in Myers' writing is an absolute devotion to the glorification and propagation of God's unfathomable grace; and in our moralistic age, when sometimes Christianity seems to be little more than a subdivision of one or the other political party, that is something we all need to be reminded about.
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Great book for anyone worried about where they stand with God, and is incredible unconditional love for his children.Published 3 months ago by Nichols Phelps
Excellent book! Highly recommend for anyone who has anxiety and fear about having committed the unforgivable sin.Published 12 months ago by William Tom
A great read, on a controversial subject; biblical, historical and contextually treated to give the greatest understanding. Read morePublished 21 months ago by tonyvance
if you have ever thought you have committed the unpardonable sin then you know the horrible feeling that comes along with the mental anguish. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Michael Wilson
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