What is the Blasphemy of the Holy Ghost? (The Unpardonable Sin)

Mark 3:28-30 (NKJV)

28 “Assuredly, I say to you, all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter; 29 but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit NEVER HAS FORGIVENESS, but is subject to ETERNAL CONDEMNATION”— 30 because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”


This portion of Scripture has been so misunderstood by many. It has robbed same of the joy of salvation. Why? Simply because of a lack of diligent study of the text. Many have used these verses dishonestly and wavered the faith of the Body. Early Church father, Augustine of Hippo called it “one of the more difficult passages of Scripture.”


In this article, we would attempt to interpret Mark 3:28-30 in context, considering its antecedent and succedent texts, the original and contextual usage of words, citing authoritative Christian luminaries, along side the laws of Biblical hermeneutics. As we would see, the text under examination does not, in any way, contradict the doctrine of Christ’s eternal salvation.


Mark 3:28-30 (NKJV)

28 “Assuredly, I say to you, all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter; 29 but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation”— 30 because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”


The word “blasphemes” as used here is a very interesting word in the original Greek. It is the Greek word “blasphémeó.” “Blasphémeó” is a compound word formed from the combination of two words. They are “blax” (meaning “sluggish/slow”) and “phemē” (meaning “reputation”). Literally, it means slow (sluggish) to call something good (that really is good) and slow to identify what is truly bad (that really is bad).


“Blasphémeó” switches right for wrong and wrong for right, that is, it calls what God disapproves “right” which exchange the truth of God for a lie.


Romans 1:25 (NKJV)
25 who exchanged the truth of God for the lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.


“Blasphémeó” is wise in its own eyes. It is slow to admit that what God says is good is good. This is a DELIBERATE act of adamancy to yield or admit to the convicting power of the Spirit. Such a sin can NEVER be forgiven. The word as used in Mark 3:39 is in the aorist active subjunctive.


The aorist tense means that this action had/has been going on in the past. The active voice means that it is done actively and somewhat continual by the receipents of the sentence. The subjunctive mood makes the next statement conditional upon the former. i.e


“Never has forgiveness” is dependent upon “blasphemes”


Antecedent text.

Note that Jesus addressed this statement to the legalists of His day — the Pharisees and scribes — these men CONSTANTLY opposed the person of Jesus and His ministry. In fact, at the making of this statement, it is recorded that these legalists had opposed Jesus six times ALREADY!


1) Healing the Paralytic


Mark 2:1-12 (NKJV)

1 And again He entered Capernaum after some days, and it was heard that He was in the house.2 Immediately many gathered together, so that there was no longer room to receive them, not even near the door. And He preached the word to them.3 Then they came to Him, bringing a paralytic who was carried by four men. 4 And when they could not come near Him because of the crowd, they uncovered the roof where He was. So when they had broken through, they let down the bed on which the paralytic was lying.

5 When Jesus saw their faith, He said to the paralytic,“Son, your sins are forgiven you.”

6 And some of the scribes were sitting there and reasoning in their hearts, 7 “Why does this Man speak blasphemies like this? Who can forgive sins but God alone?”

8 But immediately, when Jesus perceived in His spirit that they reasoned thus within themselves, He said to them, “Why do you reason about these things in your hearts? 9 Which is easier, to say to the paralytic, ‘Your sins are forgiven you,’ or to say, ‘Arise, take up your bed and walk’? 10 But that you may know that the Son of Man has power on earth to forgive sins”—He said to the paralytic, 11 “I say to you, arise, take up your bed, and go to your house.” 12 Immediately he arose, took up the bed, and went out in the presence of them all, so that all were amazed and glorified God, saying, “We never saw anything like this!”


2) Jesus eats with “sinners”


Mark 2:13-17 (NKJV)
13 Then He went out again by the sea; and all the multitude came to Him, and He taught them. 14 As He passed by, He saw Levi the son of Alphaeus sitting at the tax office. And He said to him, “Follow Me.” So he arose and followed Him.
15 Now it happened, as He was dining in Levi’s house, that many tax collectors and sinners also sat together with Jesus and His disciples; for there were many, and they followed Him. 16 And when the scribes and Pharisees saw Him eating with the tax collectors and sinners, they said to His disciples, “How is it that He eats and drinks with tax collectors and sinners?”
17 When Jesus heard it, He said to them, “Those who are well have no need of a physician, but those who are sick. I did not come to call the righteous, but sinners, to repentance.”


3) Questioned About Fasting

Mark 2:18-22 (NKJV)
18 The disciples of John and of the Pharisees were fasting. Then they came and said to Him, “Why do the disciples of John and of the Pharisees fast, but Your disciples do not fast?”
19 And Jesus said to them, “Can the friends of the bridegroom fast while the bridegroom is with them? As long as they have the bridegroom with them they cannot fast. 20 But the days will come when the bridegroom will be taken away from them, and then they will fast in those days. 21 No one sews a piece of unshrunk cloth on an old garment; or else the new piece pulls away from the old, and the tear is made worse. 22 And no one puts new wine into old wineskins; or else the new wine bursts the wineskins, the wine is spilled, and the wineskins are ruined. But new wine must be put into new wineskins.”


4) Jesus is questioned about the Sabbath

Mark 2:23-28 (NKJV)
23 Now it happened that He went through the grainfields on the Sabbath; and as they went His disciples began to pluck the heads of grain. 24 And the Pharisees said to Him, “Look, why do they do what is not lawful on the Sabbath?”
25 But He said to them, “Have you never read what David did when he was in need and hungry, he and those with him: 26 how he went into the house of Godin the days of Abiathar the high priest, and ate the showbread, which is not lawful to eat except for the priests, and also gave some to those who were with him?”
27 And He said to them, “The Sabbath was made for man, and not man for the Sabbath. 28 Therefore the Son of Man is also Lord of the Sabbath.”


5) Jesus heals on the Sabbath.

Mark 3:1-6 (NKJV)
1 And He entered the synagogue again, and a man was there who had a withered hand. 2 So they watched Him closely, whether He would heal him on the Sabbath, so that they might accuse Him. 3 And He said to the man who had the withered hand, “Step forward.” 4 Then He said to them, “Is it lawful on the Sabbath to do good or to do evil, to save life or to kill?” But they kept silent. 5 And when He had looked around at them with anger, being grieved by the hardness of their hearts, He said to the man, “Stretch out your hand.” And he stretched it out, and his hand was restored as whole as the other. 6 Then the Pharisees went out and immediately plotted with the Herodians against Him, how they might destroy Him.


6) Jesus is accused of casting out demons by Beelzebub


Mark 3:20-30 (NKJV)
20 Then the multitude came together again, so that they could not so much as eat bread. 21 But when His own people heard about this, they went out to lay hold of Him, for they said, “He is out of His mind.”
22 And the scribes who came down from Jerusalem said, “He has Beelzebub,” and, “By the ruler of the demons He casts out demons.”
23 So He called them to Himself and said to them in parables: “How can Satan cast out Satan? 24 If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand. 25 And if a house is divided against itself, that house cannot stand. 26 And if Satan has risen up against himself, and is divided, he cannot stand, but has an end. 27 No one can enter a strong man’s house and plunder his goods, unless he first binds the strong man. And then he will plunder his house.


These men CONSTANTLY rejected Jesus (to the point of murder) and DELIBERATELY refused to believe on Him.


Jesus gave a foretaste of the present day ministry of the Spirit. To understand what EXACTLY the blasphemy of the Spirit is, we must FIRST understand the Spirit’s work.


The Work of the Spirit (John 16:8-11)

John 16:8-11 (NKJV)

8 And when He has come, He will convict the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgment: 9 of sin, because they do not believe in Me; 10 of righteousness, because I go to My Father and you see Me no more;11 of judgment, because the ruler of this world is judged.


Jesus, before His crucifixion, gives us a preview of the Holy Spirit’s work:
– He will convict the world (unbelievers) of sin (singular) (John 16:9). This sin is just one — unbelief. The word “convict” as used here does not mean “condemn” as many have taught. It is the Greek word “elegchó” which means “to convince with solid, compelling evidence.” It is a form of conviction that will bring things to light. So, the Holy Spirit will present the unbeliever with strong compelling evidence that will bring him into light about the sin of unbelief. And what is this evidence?


John 15:26 (NKJV)
26 “But when the Helper comes, whom I shall send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth who proceeds from the Father, He will testify of Me.


The Spirit will testify of Jesus! What the Spirit will show the unbeliever as not an account of his sins but Christ! Jesus is the testimony of the Spirit! This is the evidence of the Spirit to the unbeliever.


..He will convict the world OF sin,


The word “of” as used here is “peri” in the Greek. It actually means “about, concerning, around.” It is a preposition which means “all-around” (on every side); encompassing. It is used of full (comprehensive) consideration where “all the bases are covered” (inclusively). It is often translated as “all about.” “Peri” is the root for the English term “perimeter.” This is very fascinating! It is the same Greek word used for the Holy Spirit convicting “OF Righteousness” and “OF judgment.”


The Holy Spirit will give the unbeliever solid, compelling about the continual sin (of unbelief) and He will do it in such a way that EVERY side will be covered — He will leave NOTHING out!

9 of sin, because they do not believe in Me;


This is in the present active indicative in the Greek. The present tense is a NOW tense. The active voice means it is done ACTIVELY and the indicative mood means it is a fact! This people CONTINUALLY refuse to believe in Him. “They” is in the third person plural. This qualifies the receipents of this work as external from Him. This is NOT in reference to the saved man but the unsaved!


10 of righteousness, because I go to My Father and you see Me no more;

— He will convict of Righteousness because Jesus will go to the Father and “you see Me no more.” E.W. Kenyon gave what I believe is the best definition of Righteousness I personally know of. E.W. Kenyon defines Righteousness as “the ability to stand before God without any sense of guilt, inferiority or condemnation.” It is a state of perpetual blamelessness before the Father, sin becomes a non-issue.


Jesus is saying something beautiful here; the Holy Spirit will CONTINUALLY present the believer with solid, compelling evidence concerning Righteousness because He will go to the Father. Him going to the Father is what will make this possible!


Now follow closely,

We know that for Him to be able to go to the Father, He would have to die, be buried, raised again and be glorified! He was made sin that we might be made the Righteousness of God in Him.


2 Corinthians 5:21 (NKJV)
21 For He made Him who knew no sin to be sin for us, that we might become the righteousness of God in Him.


That is the Spirit’s evidence to the believer— the finished work of Christ! The work of the Holy Spirit in the believer’s life is to PERPETUALLY bring to light his Righteous state before the Father, giving what Jesus did from the Cross to the Throne as evidence that he is eternally blameless before God.


This conviction is not for the world but for the believer only. The Holy Spirit does not convict the believer of sin but of his Righteousness in Christ!


John 16:10 (NKJV)
10 of righteousness, because I go to My Father and you see Me no more;


There is a conjunction left untranslated in the English translation of this text. It is the conjunction “de.” It appears in between “Righteousness” and “because.” “De” means “but, on the other hand”


The Holy Spirit convicts the world of sin “but, on the other hand,” He convicts the believer of Righteousness; Obviously, His ministry towards the sinner is distinct and differs from His ministry towards the believer.

..and you see Me no more;


The word “see” in the Greek is the word “theóreó.” It is the root of the English term “theatre” i.e where people concentrate on the meaning of an action (performance). It means “to gaze on for the purpose of analyzing.” It is used for one who looks at a things for a purpose. It is in the present active indicative in the Greek meaning that the reason why the Holy Spirit will convict the believer of Righteousness is because of the fact that he will not be able to see Jesus physically. The non visible events in Redemption and the non visible work of Christ today is the reason why the Spirit will be able to convict the believer of Righteousness! The non visible events by which Jesus went to the Father is the Spirit’s conviction to the saved man!


— Lastly, the Holy Spirit will convict of judgment. Now, the question here would be: Who will He convict of judgment? The believer or the unbeliever? Neither!


John 16:11 (NKJV)
11 of judgment, because the RULER OF THIS WORLD is judged.

The ruler or “god of this world” is the devil (see John 12:31, 14:30, 2 Corinthians 4:4)! He is judged! The word “judgment” as used here is “krisis” in the Greek. It means “divine judgment or verdict.” Notice the tense in which this is said (perfect passive indicative). It is in the perfect tense meaning it ALREADY happened. The perfect tense is used in reference to actions which occurred in the past but which have reoccuring results till the present time. But we do know that Jesus had not yet died so this can definitely not be referring to the judgment of the devil (the ruler of this world) at the Cross. So what then is it referring to? I previously used to believe that Jesus was using a prolepsis (a figure of speech addressing future events as though they have already occurred) here until recently when I decided to study this again. Remember that “judgment” here refers simply to a verdict not its execution. So, a verdict was passed on the ruler of this world. What was this verdict?


Genesis 3:14-15 (NKJV)
14 So the Lord God said to the serpent:
“Because you have done this,
You are cursed more than all cattle, and more than every beast of the field; On your belly you shall go, and you shall eat dust all the days of your life.
15 And I will put enmity between you and the woman, and between your seed and her Seed; HE SHALL BRUISE YOUR HEAD, and YOU SHALL BRUISE HIS HEEL.”


The verdict was at Eden! This verdict was the consequence of the devil’s sin. So, this verdict hung over the head of the devil all through the years, until the coming of Jesus — He would carry out that verdict. The sentence was already pronounced on the devil, He would execute it — He is the Promised Seed!


Jesus, in His death, burial and Resurrection, executed the devil. The judgment was in reference to the verdict not the sentence itself. Jesus carried out the execution of that verdict by His work.


Hebrews 2:14 (NKJV)

14 Inasmuch then as the children have partaken of flesh and blood, He Himself likewise shared in the same, that through death He might destroy him who had the power of death, that is, the devil,


Through death, Jesus has destroyed (katargeó- brought to naught, severed, abolished, made inactive, completely brought down, made of no effect) the devil. He came in the flesh to fulfill the prophecy at Eden — put enmity between man and the devil (Genesis 3:15). He saved we “the children who partook of flesh and blood” from the force of the devil — He has completely brought him down!


The Holy Spirit will constantly present solid, compelling evidence to the devil that Jesus has fulfilled Eden’s prophecy. He has been defeated! He has been executed!


How will the Holy Spirit do these (convict of sin, Righteousness and judgment)? It is in our preaching and teaching that the unsaved man is convicted of the (singular) sin of unbelief and by same that the saved man is convicted of his perpetual state of Righteousness before the Father (2 Timothy 3:16). Teaching will produce this. As the Word goes forth, the Spirit goes to work, via the message, in the hearts of men.


As for the devil, the New Creation (the result of the work of the Saviour) is the solid, compelling evidence to him that he has been judged — the constant work of the Holy Spirit on the earth via the New Man reminds him CONTINUALLY that he has been judged. One of the reasons he hates us SO MUCH and will do ANYTHING to bring down the Church is because the Church is a constant reminder to him how much Jesus succeeded and how much he failed!


So, the work of the Holy Spirit is to:
— convict the world of the sin of unbelief (continually rejecting Jesus)
— convict the believer of Righteousness (Hebrews 10:14-17) and lastly,
— convict the devil that he has been judged.


Now, knowing the work of the Holy Spirit today, what would it mean to “blaspheme” Him?


Keep in mind that “blaspheme” as used in Mark 3:29 is in the Greek “blasphémeó” which means “slow reputation” that is, calling good bad and calling bad good. We have been able to establish that the sentence in Mark 3:28-30 was addressed to unbelievers who CONSTANTLY opposed Jesus and rejected His ministry six times in a row! So, to “blaspheme” the Holy Spirit would mean to be sluggish to accept His work (as an unbeliever). Such a one is convicted by the Spirit but CONSTANTLY rejects Christ! The Holy Spirit testifies of Jesus (John 15:26) — to CONTINUALLY reject Jesus is to is to blaspheme the Holy Spirit i.e to be slow to calls what He calls good good.


The Holy Spirit NEVER convicts of sins (plural) but rather the singular sin of rejecting Jesus — Jesus has become the sin of the whole world. Men will not be judged based on their sins (actions) but based on whether or not they accepted Jesus who is the Light.


John 3:18-19 (NKJV)
18 “He who believes in Him is not condemned; but he who does not believe is condemned already, because he has not believed in the name of the only begotten Son of God. 19 And this is the condemnation, that the light has come into the world, and men loved darkness rather than light, because their deeds were evil.


Now, notice what Jesus says about the man who keeps on rejecting Him.

Mark 3:29 (NKJV)
29 but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit NEVER HAS forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation”


Such a one NEVER HAS forgiveness forgiveness. Why? Because he NEVER believes! Forgiveness is found in Christ!


Ephesians 1:7 (NKJV)

7 IN HIM we have redemption through His blood, THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS, according to the riches of His grace


Colossians 1:14 (NKJV)
14 IN WHOM we have redemption through His blood, THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS.

To reject Christ is to reject freedom from the consequences of sins!


Mark 3:29 (NKJV)
29 but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit NEVER HAS forgiveness, but is subject to eternal condemnation”


“Has” is in the present active indicative in the Greek meaning that this is a CONTINUOUS action. A man who CONSTANTLY rejects the convincing power of the Holy Spirit is continually void of the forgiveness which is found only in Christ.


Based on the hermenuetical law of double mention, we find NUMEROUS texts from the Bible that bear witness to the fact that forgiveness is found ONLY in Christ.


Matthew 26:28 (NKJV)
28 For this is My blood of the new covenant, which is shed for many for the remission of sins.


Luke 1:76-77 (NKJV)
76 “And you, child, will be called the prophet of the Highest; For you will go before the face of the Lord to prepare His ways,
77 To give knowledge of salvation to His people, BY THE REMISSION OF THEIR SINS,


Acts 2:38 (NKJV)
38 Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.


Acts 5:31 (NKJV)
31 Him God has exalted to His right hand to be Prince and Savior, to give repentance to Israel and FORGIVENESS OF SINS.


Acts 10:43 (NKJV)
43 To Him all the prophets witness that, through His name, whoever believes in Him will receive remission of sins.


Acts 13:38-39 (NKJV)
38 Therefore let it be known to you, brethren, that through this Man is preached to you THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS;39 and by Him everyone who believes is justified from all things from which you could not be justified by the law of Moses.


Acts 26:18 (NKJV)
18 to open their eyes, in order to turn them from darkness to light, and from the power of Satan to God, that they may receive forgiveness of sins and an inheritance among those who are sanctified by faith in Me.’


Also, such a one is subject to “eternal condemnation.” This CANNOT be referring to the believer who said “offensive things” against the Holy Spirit. The believer can NEVER be subject to eternal condemnation. By believing, he has assumed a state which is irreproachable before the Father.


Based on the law of double mention, we find this true as well. At the Cross, Jesus was made sin for us and became liable in our place, so that by believing in Him, we don’t have to. A man who rejects Him is liable to eternal condemnation. Why? Because he has rejected Him who had ALREADY been held liable for all his wrongdoings and the condemnation they deserved.


Mark 16:16 (NKJV)
16 He who believes and is baptized will be saved; but he who does not believe will be condemned.


John 5:24 (NKJV)
24 “Most assuredly, I say to you, he who hears My word and believes in Him who sent Me has everlasting life, and SHALL NOT COME INTO JUDGMENT, but HAS PASSED FROM DEATH INTO LIFE.


John 3:16-18 (NKJV)

16 For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him SHOULD NOT PERISH but have everlasting life. 17 For God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world, but that the world through Him might be saved.
18 “He who believes in Him is not CONDEMNED; but he who does not believe is CONDEMNED ALREADY, BECAUSE he has not BELIEVED IN THE NAME OF THE ONLY BEGOTTEN SON OF GOD.


Romans 8:1 (NKJV)
8 There is therefore now no condemnation to those who are in Christ Jesus.


Romans 8:34 (NKJV)
34 Who is he who condemns? It is Christ who died, and furthermore is also risen, who is even at the right hand of God, who also makes intercession for us.


A man who puts faith in Christ will NEVER be subject to eternal condemnation, hence, the statement (Mark 3:29) is referring to the unsaved man and not the believer. The believer can NEVER commit the unpardonable sin. He has believed ALREADY!



Mark 3:30 (NKJV)
30 because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”


The word “unclean” as used here is “akathartos” in the original Greek. It means “impure due to mixture.” When they said He had an unclean Spirit, they were actually “mixing up” His reputation in their minds. The impurity was due to a mixture; these legalists mixed good with bad, calling the conviction of the Spirit about Jesus “bad” and calling themselves (in their sinful, self-righteous state) “good” — they were sluggish in recognizing their true state! They were sinners in need of a Saviour!


Mark 3:30 (NKJV)
30 because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”


“Said” is in the imperfect active indicative in the Greek. The imperfect tense is quite similar to the present tense. It is used in reference to uncompleted actions which CONTINUE to the present time. It represents CONTINUOUS or REOCCURING action in the past time which is yet to be concluded. The active voice means the action was done ACTIVELY by the involvement of the subject. And the indicative mood is used to present certainty or fact. So, this means that they, CONTINUALLY by their active involvement, kept on saying that Jesus had an unclean Spirit.


Now, in the five previous instances whereby they opposed Jesus, they NEVER said a word about the Spirit until now. So, how is it then that the tense used in Mark 3:30 makes it seem as though they had been talking bad about the Spirit in previous times? This would proof, beyond a shadow of doubt, that to reject Jesus is to blaspheme the Holy Spirit. This is what they were doing all the while when they CONSTANTLY rejected the person of Jesus. That is what the tenses used here imply. Constantly opposing Christ is equivalent to blaspheming the Holy Spirit. All the while they opposed Jesus but it is recorded as a blasphemy of the Spirit meaning that what Jesus meant when He talked about blaspheming the Holy Spirit is actually rejecting Him!


In his fifth encyclical, Dominum et vivificantem (“The Lord and Giver of Life”), Pope John Paul II writes “According to such an exegesis, ‘blasphemy’ does not properly consist in offending against the Holy Spirit in words; it consists rather in the refusal to accept the salvation which God offers to man through the Holy Spirit, working through the power of the Cross”, and “If Jesus says that blasphemy against the Holy Spirit cannot be forgiven either in this life or in the next, it is because this “non-forgiveness” is linked, as to its cause, to “non-repentance,” in other words to the radical refusal to be converted. This means the refusal to come to the sources of Redemption, which nevertheless remain “always” open in the economy of salvation in which the mission of the Holy Spirit is accomplished.” (Dominum et vivificantem, PART II – THE SPIRIT WHO CONVINCES THE WORLD CONCERNING SIN, 6. The Sin Against the Holy Spirit)


Similarly, Jacob Arminius defined the unpardonable sin as “the rejection and refusing of Jesus Christ through determined malice and hatred against Christ.”
(Combs, William W (2004). The Blasphemy Against the Holy Spirit Archived 2012-02-10 at the Wayback Machine Detroit Baptist Seminary Journal 9 (Fall 2004)


John Calvin also wrote “I say, therefore, that he sins against the Holy Spirit who, while so constrained by the power of divine truth that he cannot plead ignorance, yet deliberately resists, and that merely for the sake of resisting.”
(Calvin’s Institutes of the Christian Religion Book III Chapter III Section 22 (Translated by Henry Beveridge.)


Lastly, according to Billy Graham, refusing to turn to God and accept his forgiveness is the eternal sin. (“Is there any sin that God can’t forgive?”
Billygraham.org . Retrieved 2020-06-20)


This has been quite a long study but we have finally arrived at the conclusion. I am convinced that by now, your heart is fully settled on the doctrine of Christ’s eternal salvation. We are eternally saved in Him. There is no such thing as an “unpardonable sin” for the Man in Christ. In Him, all sins have been eternally forgiven — past, present and FUTURE! Do not let anyone use Mark 3:28-30 to scare you. It was NOT in reference to the believer but the unsaved man. All the consequences of sin have been done away with in Christ and sin will NEVER be an issue between the Father and us EVER AGAIN. We can look ahead in our Christian life with a confident expectation of good. We can NEVER be lost. We are eternally saved in His hands. I trust this blessed you! Let me know. Share with a friend too.


© Josh Banks Ministries. 2017.



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