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Last Hope of Salvation

Often the simple truths of the Bible are before our eyes and are not readily seen or understood. Such is the case of the unpardonable sin. (Mat. 12:31) There are many who live their lives scoffing at the notion of God and reject his very existence. They are aliens from the promises of God, having no hope excepting that of the Holy Ghost. (Eph. 2:12) God sent his prophets to deliver the message of salvation and redemption to the world and we killed the prophets. (Mat. 23:31, 37) God then sent his son to save the world from their sins and we killed him. (1Th. 2:15) ìGod, who at sundry times and divers manners spake in time past unto the fathers by the prophets, Hath in these last days spoken unto us by his Son, whom he hath appointed heir of all things, by whom also he made the worlds;î. (Heb. 1: 1 & 2) Before his death Jesus spoke of being rejected by the elders, chief priests and scribes. (Lk. 9:22, 17:25) Although he had been rejected he promised to send the comforter, thus affording man one last hope of salvation. (Jn. 14:16)

Rejection of the Holy Ghost

To believe that God exist and to know that we can communicate with him is paramount, otherwise salvation and redemption are impossibilities. (Heb. 10:29) The same can be said of the Holy Ghost. We live in the Holy Ghost age and are subjects of the Spirit of Truth. Therefore if one reject or deny the power and working of the Holy Ghost there is no hope of forgiveness. The unpardonable sin then is that of rejection of the last hope of salvation, which is the Holy Ghost. ìYe stiffnecked and uncircumcised in heart and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost: as your fathers did, so do ye.î (Acts 7:51) As it was with the Son so it is with the Holy Ghost. There were those who spoke against our Lord and Savior saying that he had a devil and that his miracles were by the power of Satan. (Jn. 8:46-49, 52; 10:20; Mt. 12:24) Again this is the unpardonable thing that Jesus warned against. Saying, you can rail against the Father and you can rail against the Son, but whoever does this against the Holy Ghost has no other chance of forgiveness. (Mt. 12:31; Mar. 5:28 & 29; Lk. 12:10)

A Profane Person

The individual who rejects the very existence of the Holy Ghost, calling it evil and an unholy thing, is he whom the Bible calls a profane person.(1Ti. 1:9) A person that engages in profanity, i.e. blasphemy against Holy Ghost, is one whoís heart has been harden against God and his workings. Thus the unpardonable sin is a continual resisting and rejection of the Holy Ghost until there is no longer a consciousness of right and wrong, good and evil. This individual has given up his or her right to salvation; therefore, they slip deeper and deeper into ungodliness. (Heb. 12:16 & 17) Since the rebirth of man is essential for salvation and seeing there can be no rebirth without the Holy Ghost, this person is forever deemed unholy, profane and reprobate in the sight of God. (2Tim. 3:2-8) The Prophet Isaiah describes the nature of these individuals and sends out a warning to them. (Isa. 5:20-24) This profane person is one whose mind has been darkened to the point where it is impossible for them to understand the difference between the holy and the unholy. (Rom. 1:28-32) This individual may even profess to know God but their works will undoubtedly speak for them. (Tit. 1:15 & 16)


The blatant refusal to accept and believe in the Spirit of Truth, which is the Holy Ghost; and to boldly call itís workings an unholy thing is such an egregious act of contempt that Christ himself said it will not be forgiven. It is obvious such willful rejection of God and the Holy Ghost will never allow this individual to repent and be forgiven of his or her sins. Therefore we believe that the person who totally and utterly reject, the Holy Ghost has blasphemed and has no hope of forgiveness. Thus, we believe and teach others to believe the same.