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What does it mean to blaspheme against the Holy Spirit and is this an unforgiveable sin? Mark 3:28,29

Blasphemy involves going back to, as a dog does to its vomit -2Peter 2:19-22; 1Timothy 1:19,20; 2Corinthians 11:2,3; Galatians 4:9-12. It's one thing to make a choice against something and another to deride the choice once one has made it. Being in a attitude of blasphemy is being contemptuously-vindictive against God. If you're worried that you have blasphemed then you haven't blasphemed.
    Being vindictive, one would not care to be forgiven. That's why he would not receive any forgiveness. God will simply have to work with Him at some other time and in some other way.().to reach his mind -1Timothy 2:4. Too bad; one's reward would be greater in this great 'pressure cooker' of life we presently live in.
    Is there ever a time when God would not forgive? And, God uses the devil to bring some to the point of awakening their minds -1Timothy 1:20
    A better translation of this verse would have been: Mark 3:29 'But he that is blaspheming by words and/or actions.(Matthew 12:34; Luke 6:45).against the Holy Ghost won't find forgiveness, but is in danger of eternal damnation.'
    The fact that he's "in danger of it" shows that a change is possible....if he reshapes his attitude. God is not a harsh God. He is very kind, merciful, caring and loving.
    And Mark's next verse shows exactly what blaspheming against the Holy Spirit is -Mark 3:30 "Because they said, He hath an unclean spirit." They were attributing Jesus good works-(the being who became man and came from God to save us all)-to the works of the dark side, the devil-(the one who is out to destroy us all, by any and all means). The works of Jesus were good works brought about by the indwelling power of the Holy Spirit.

How can one make a permanent change? One well on his way to setting his heart against God would not be concerned if he blasphemed or not. If your concerned about blasphemy, then you aren't in the category of a blasphemer at all. A blasphemer has an obstinately closed mind. He is 'thickening his heart' as the words 'waxed gross' mean Matthew 13:15 "For this people's heart is waxed gross and their ears are dull of hearing and their eyes they have closed, lest at any time they should see with their eyes and hear with their ears and should understand with their heart and should be converted and I should heal them." God is saying that He doesn't override anyone's heart. 
    Believing an alternate gospel can can lead to actions of blasphemy. So can continuing to wallow in things that gobble up attention time for God in prayer and study. Likewise selfishness. God loves so much that He will cause circumstances to bring a person back to Him.(Matthew 18:11-14; John 16:27).before the heart is fully set to do evil -Ecclesiastes 8:11

From Easton's Bible Dictionary: "Our Lord was accused of blasphemy when he claimed to be the Son of God -Matthew 26:65 compare with 9:3; Mark 2:7. They who deny his Messiahship blaspheme Jesus -Luke 22:65; John 10:36. Blasphemy against the Holy Ghost.(Matthew 12:31,32; Mark 3:28,29; Luke 12:10).is regarded by some as a continued and obstinate rejection of the gospel and hence is an unpardonable sin, simply because as long as a sinner remains in unbelief he voluntarily excludes himself from pardon. Thus the importance of being open minded
    Others regard the expression as designating the sin of attributing to the power of Satan those miracles which Christ performed, or generally those works which are the result of the Spirit's agency."
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Who was Melchisedec?

Melchisedec is a very mysterious individual indeed, part of the Royal Family of God.(1Peter 2:9).and one who is obviously existing today, still heading this very special all powerful, all loving, ever living, invisible spiritual order.
    Could this be a higher order than Christ? Probably not -1Peter 3:22; Ephesians 3:9.
    Jesus is the one who was sent to Earth by the Father for the reasons of God's plan for Earth.
    Jesus was of this very high order of the priesthood of Melchisedec.
    How did this Christ come to be? Christ came out of the mind of the Infinite Intelligence we commonly refer to as God -Colossians 1:13-15. Before Christ.(who later became Jesus in the flesh).was just pure intelligent energy, God. God wanted physical expressions of Himself that would be able to interact with Him and each other. God 'became' Christ.(a product of His imagination).who then orchestrated all physical creation.(Colossians 1:16; Hebrews 2:10; 1Corinthians 8:6).with the same methods. With His mind tuned to the sensitivities of the underlying laws, each creation was planned and examined with intuitive knowing of just how to do it right with all independent and interactive factors considered.

Could it be that there are other places perhaps like Earth with humans, or perhaps not like Earth, and with entities unlike humans, perhaps worlds of different frequencies comprising a type of other living creation of God the Father, worlds which humans can't discover, worlds out there somewhere, worlds which are also a part of God's overall master plan, worlds which also required perhaps some other individual entity to do for them what Jesus Christ has done for us. And, these individuals may be like Jesus Christ in the sense that they too carried the truth of God in a living way to benefit all living kind there too.
    Is that why we are instructed to pray "in Jesus name"?
    Perhaps once resurrected, and as a continual part of this special high order, those of this order can interchange or visit each other's worlds. Perhaps one is visiting this Earth now for a short while.
    Hebrews 5:6,10; 6:20 tells us that Christ is a priest forever after his order -Hebrews 7:11,15,17,21. Melchisedec was around in the days of Abraham -Hebrews 7:10
    Hebrews 7:1-3 "For this Melchisedec, king of Salem, priest of the most high God, who met Abraham returning from the slaughter of the kings, and blessed him.......by interpretation King of righteousness and after that also, King of Salem, which is King of peace-(speaking of Melchisedec). Without father, without mother, without descent, having neither beginning of days nor end of life, but made like unto the Son of God abideth a priest continually." 
    And that is all we know about Melchisedec. Paul wrote all this about him. Perhaps he learned it directly from Christ after His.(Christ's) resurrection -Galatians 1:11,12
    See also Was Melchisedec Christ?

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