Is There A Sin That God Will Not Forgive? (6 of 37) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Then Came Jesus
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. BLASPHEMY AGAINIST THE HOLY SPIRIT
II. AN UNFORGIVEABLE POSITION
This morning we are going to continue in the gospel of Mark. I want you to turn to Mark Chapter 3 and I want us to begin reading in Verse 22. The title of this series is "Then Came Jesus".
Things are different when Jesus comes. When Jesus entered this world, invaded this planet, He came as a babe in a manger but when He began His ministry Jesus began to touch and to change lives and we see as we follow the dynamic ministry of Jesus that everywhere He went there was a difference, there was a transformation.
I believe when Jesus is in a church, there is a transformation. When Jesus comes into a life, there's a transformation. I hope and pray today that the Lord Jesus would just be released through His Spirit to work in this service and among those who watch by television, those who will hear this tape, and there will be a transformation and a mighty change because Jesus is not finished today.
He is still doing His work. He is still invading human hearts and human lives. He is still invading the devil's domain and snatching people from the jaws of hell and changing their lives by His mighty power.
Now in today's lesson in the third chapter the title of the lesson is "Is There A Sin That God Will Not Forgive?". I want us to look beginning in Verse 22, "AND THE SCRIBES WHICH CAME DOWN FROM JERUSALEM SAID, HE HATH BEELZEBUB, AND BY THE PRINCE OF THE DEVILS CASTETH HE OUT DEVILS.
AND HE CALLED THEM UNTO HIM, AND SAID UNTO THEM IN PARABLES, HOW CAN SATAN CAST OUT SATAN? AND IF A KINGDOM BE DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF, THAT KINGDOM CANNOT STAND. AND IF A HOUSE BE DIVIDED AGAINST ITSELF, THAT HOUSE CANNOT STAND.
AND IF SATAN RISE UP AGAINST HIMSELF, AND BE DIVIDED, HE CANNOT STAND, BUT HATH AN END." (That is he is finished.) NO MAN CAN ENTER INTO A STRONG MAN'S HOUSE, AND SPOIL ...
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