Ray Pritchard pastored in Los Angeles, Dallas and Chicago. Married to Marlene for 38 years, he enjoys being a husband, a father and a grandfather, riding his bike, and playing with Dudley and Gary, beloved basset hounds.
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But this much is certain. The unpardonable sin represents an intentional, highly personal refusal of the grace of God in the face of overwhelming evidence and repeated exposure to the truth. It is locking the door of your heart from the inside and then throwing away the key. The one great sign of that sin—the only sign—is a hard-hearted callousness toward the Lord Jesus Christ. Someone with that sort of callousness would never ask, “Have I committed the unpardonable sin?” because he wouldn’t care one way or the other.
The person who sent me the email cares enough to worry about the state of their own soul. That in itself is a very good sign.
“Have I committed the unpardonable sin?”
If you care enough to ask the question, the answer is no.
If it never occurs to you to ask the question, the answer might be yes.
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