Fri, 1 June 2012
At some point in their lives, virtually everyone has wondered whether they can be forgiven for what they've done. The good news is, they can!
But sometimes the doubts linger, particularly for people with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, and particularly in connection with certain passages in the Bible, such as some in the book of Hebrews that deal with the subject of apostasy--the complete rejection of the Christian faith.
Can an apostate be forgiven? If you've ever knowingly and deliberately rejected Christ, will he take you back? And what is the real meaning of those passages in Hebrews?
In this episode Jimmy responds to a gentleman who is struggling with these very issues.
He demonstrates that the Hebrews passages do not mean what the gentleman fears and reveals the infinite mercy of God.
The good news is: No matter what you've done, if you are willing to come back to God, God is eager to take you back. He loves you, and your sins are not greater than his love.