The Unpardonable Sin by Jesse Hendley

THE UNPARDONABLE SIN
Jesse M. Hendley
John 14:15-17, I John 3:20-21

Now, friends, if you have your Bibles, turn with me
to John, the 14th chapter. And while you are thinking
about your Bible, you may also turn to First John the
3rd chapter. We are taking up those two chapters
today in the Bible. John the 14th chapter, and First
John 3, and today I think the broadcast will be a
blessing to our hearts if I give to you a message
that I gave to a lady over the telephone just the
other night. This lady called me and told me that she
had accepted Christ by her radio, I believe, when she
was thirteen years of age. She is now a grown lady
and was evidently exercised about some things that
she didn't understand very clearly. I am understanding
more and more that people do not understand the plain
plan of salvation very clearly and that we need to
repeat over and over again the great plan of God, in
order that people might know that they are saved, and
know that they are saved without a shadow of a doubt.
A person can know that, and a person ought to know it.

Now let's look at it for a moment. First of all,
this lady called me and asked this question. She
said, "Can a Christian commit the unpardonable sin?"
Can a Christian, a born again child of God, commit
the unpardonable sin?

The answer to that question is a definite,
unequivocal NO. The Scripture says, the Bible says,
in John the 14th chapter and verse 15 and 16, Jesus,
talking to His own before He went back, you remember,
before He went to the Cross in the very shadow of the
Cross, talking to His own disciples, He said, "if ye
love Me, keep My commandments, and I will pray the
Father, and He will give you another Comforter, that
He may abide with you forever, even the Spirit of
Truth Whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth
Him not, neither knoweth Him. But ye know Him, for He
dwelleth with you and shall be in you."

Now notice there ...


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