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Q:

Sometimes I get very angry and upset, and I lash out at God and curse Him, although I know that's wrong. Have I committed the unpardonable sin? Is it too late for me to get my life straightened out with God?


A:

When you curse God, you are angry at Him, and you are condemning Him and telling Him He is wrong and you hate Him. More than that, you’re telling Him you don’t want anything to do with Him–and that is very serious. It tells me you’re on the wrong path in life–the path that leads only to Hell.

But listen: It’s never too late to turn to God. Yes, you may be angry at Him for some reason–but God loves you, and He yearns for you to be at peace with Him. He loves you so much that He sent His only Son into the world to die for your sins. You deserve to be cursed by God and condemned for your sins. But Christ took your curse upon Himself, and He was condemned in your place.

This is why I urge you to repent of your sins and turn to Christ. He has bridged the gap between us and God, and now He offers us God’s free gift of forgiveness and new life. The Bible says, “Therefore, since we have been justified through faith, we have peace with God through our Lord Jesus Christ” (Romans 5:1).

Give your life to Christ, and let Him turn your anger into love–love for God, and love for others. Why stay on your present path even one more day? Instead, by faith open your heart to Christ’s transforming power. He can turn your cursing into praise, and your anger into joy.

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  1. Mary Ann Montz says:

    I am a depressed person most of the time. Because I can’t feel the love of God and I’m afraid He doesn’t love me. And I have committed the ultimate sin. I do pray frequently but I need to feel his love. I don’t think others like me either. I feel like an outcast.

  2. Keshawn says:

    You are wrong. Just because you swear at God doesn’t mean you don’t want him in your life. It also does not mean you committed the unforgivable sin. In fact I swore at God and I think I might have been controlled by an evil spirit. I say things I don’t mean when I’m mad and that’s everyone.

  3. The watcher says:

    Part of life is growing from your mistakes. God expects you to grow, to evolve, to become a spiritual being. You do this by trial and error. I feel it would only be a sin if you never redeemed yourself with God and tried to figure out why you lashed out at God. Like I said, we are evolving and we do not always make good choices when we do this. It is how we deal with it after we are done doing the damage. God is literally in our hearts and all around us. He feels our pain and he loves us.

  4. Jack Levin says:

    Love to hear insights from the Bible on struggles I face as a Christian that make me think I am alone, but invariably find out many face the same struggles.

  5. Cheryl says:

    I have lost my temper with God many times and with his people that I greatly fear during my waking hours that I have committed blasphemy and the unforgivable sin. It hurts so much, and I fear that I am lost forever. The fear and the pain are unbearable. I have confessed my sins and have asked God for forgiveness. I also suffer from mental illness, and it angers me, but I am not worthy of healing as there are many in the world who have more to deal with than me.

    1. Ronnie says:

      According to the Scripture that I have read, nothing can separate us from the Lord that is in Christ. I have had blasphemous thoughts to just run through my mind sometimes. It is crippling and debilitating. It shuts you down fast. This is of the evil one. Sometimes quoting Scripture helps. Let the thoughts of my heart and words of my mouth be pleasing to you O Lord, my rock, my redeemer. He loves you and waits patiently to be good to you. You are worthy of His love and healing.

    2. Cara Eliza Cangco says:

      Cheryl, you are worthy of healing. You are. You are not better than anyone. You are also not worse than anyone. The way God sees sin is like seeing buildings from a bird’s eye view. All sin is the same, and God forgives all. He loves you for who you are. Even if you can’t see that, or you don’t feel His love, it’s the truth.
      I understand you. I have cursed God and people, even my family, before. God wants to and has already (contradiction there) forgiven you. It’s your choice to accept it or not.
      I’m sorry to hear about your mental illness. I know it is tough. I pray that you will find comfort and rest in God always. May peace settle into your heart and may you fully believe that God is in control.
      Stay strong, Cheryl. He’s got you. 🙂