Let’s see how well you remembered some key points from yesterday’s sermon. If you didn’t hear the sermon, here’s the video.
1. In Mark 3:29, we read arguably the most frightening combination of two words in the entire Bible. What are the two words?
2. Who was accusing Jesus of driving out evil spirits by the power of Satan?
3. Martin Luther said the sin against the Holy Spirit is …
4. In Mark 3:27, Jesus talks about binding a strongman. To whom is He referring?
5. For believers in Jesus, which sin is unforgivable?
Answers are below!
1. Eternal sin (or unforgivable sin)
2. A group of scribes, or religious scholars
3. Seeking to be saved by works rather than by grace
4. Satan – Jesus has overpowered the devil!
5. None! All sins of believers are forgiven by Jesus’ blood!
How did you do?
In case you missed it, here’s the previous weekend’s sermon.
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6 thoughts on “Sermon Debrief – “Is There an Unforgivable Sin?””
Pastor Chris, I find your sermons “spot on,” but yesterday’s sermon was just outstanding! Thank you for most meaningful words and explanation! In Christ, Patricia Fleming
On Mon, Jan 25, 2021 at 4:50 PM Pastor Chris Kennedy wrote:
> Christopher Kennedy posted: ” Let’s see how well you remembered some key > points from yesterday’s sermon. If you didn’t hear the sermon, here’s the > video. https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ZSFLM9smI8A 1. In Mark 3:29, we read > arguably the most frightening combination of two words in” >
Thank you so much, Patricia! I hope you’re doing well.
Loved the sermon yesterday. My old professor at Concordia, Milwaukee -Dr. Walker Stuenkel-said it this way…the unforgivable sin is “Rejection of Christ’s forgiveness to his dying day.” Another was, “Cut the Bible anywhere with a knife, and it will drip with the blood of Christ.” Blessings on your week.
Thank you, Tom! “Cut the Bible anywhere with a knife, and it will drip with the blood of Christ.” That’s a powerful quote!
Excellent sermon! Love the debrief review and quiz. Always good to be reminded that we are forgiven. Thank you.
Thank you so much, Judy! I hope you and Reg are doing well.