Will I Be Removed From the Kingdom of God If I Continue in Fornication?

Episode 367 Show Notes 

From the Show

Well, brother, the unpardonable sin is unbelief. It’s a complete rejection of the gospel and trampling on Christ. The person who commits that sin doesn’t care that they have committed it. They don’t call Core Christianity. They don’t fear God’s judgment. And their conscience is completely seared. And you need to hear that because if you think you have committed the unpardonable sin you are going to be paralyzed by fear in your Christian walk, and that’s precisely where Satan wants you.

—Adriel Sanchez

Questions in this Episode

1. How should we understand Jesus’s healing miracles? If Jesus came just to die for our sins, then why does he spend so much time healing?

2. When it talks about the unpardonable sin, and it says that God will get to the point where repentance will no longer work for you. What about those who like myself who do struggle with fornication? Being a Christian for the last 10 years and still struggling with that, how does that work? What about people who go to celebrate recovery? How does that work when it says that those who continue, there is no repentance for you?

3. How do I stop committing the same sins over and over again?

4. Can we ask for whatever we want as long as we ask in the name of Jesus?

Resources

10 Things Everyone Needs to Know About the Bible and Homosexuality

Putting Amazing Back into Grace: Embracing the Heart of the Gospel by Michael Horton

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