The sinful condition is forceful and strong. Genesis 6:5; 8:21 tells us that imperfect humans are mentally bent toward evil. Jeremiah 17:9 informs us that we have a treacherous unknowable heart (inner person), and the apostle Paul informs us that our natural desire is to do bad.
Did You Commit the Unpardonable Sin?
Some Christians have an excessive sense of guilt and feelings of intense unworthiness and of strongly condemn themselves. Obsessed with a guilty conscience, they think that there might not be any hope for them. In short, they feel they have committed the unpardonable sin.
1 John 1:8-10; 2:1; 3:6-10 Committing a Sin Versus an Unrepentant Practicer of Sin
Not only will you receive this biblically grounded article on a sin versus practicing sin, but there will be a few related linked articles throughout this article to help the reader get an even wider picture of sin, sin that leads to death, the unforgivable sin, salvation, and much more.
1 John 5:16-17 What is the sin that leads to death? Did you commit the unforgivable sin?
All sin leads to death, of course. However, Jesus' ransom sacrifice can save us from sin and death. (Romans 5:12; 6:23) Thus, a “sin that leads to death” would not be covered by Christ’s ransom. Here is the meaning of what John meant in a nutshell.