Can an true apostate be saved once again?
Can a former, tongue talking, street preaching, full gospel minister of God return to yhvh God after having denied the Holy Spirit and entering a pact with Satan Himself and his demons receiving the unfilling of the most UnHoly Ghost?
The question usually comes down to what that person is willing to do to come back. After a certain point the law demands one thing. Be careful, it is important that the person know to whom they are speaking but so long as there is a desire to change there is a path. Father doesn't fully cast off anyone until they cast him off.
Honestly, this is a very good and yet hard question to answer right away since I'm just a human to know the program of God. I believe there have been various views on salvation(if it is what you mean by "be saved"). There has been a debate like " can one lose his salvation?" While the Book of Hebrews in the Bible talks about salvation which is once for all through the sacrifice of Jesus' death.
So let me try to answer this from my own point of view. I think a true apostate can be saved (accepted). But I would like to see how deep or true is his repentance from sin when he means to be back with Christ (God), Repent.!
The safe answer is to say "it's Jesus' decision" however the question contains such extreme qualifying statements, ("entering into a pact with Satan") it is obvious that one of the several statements in the Bible that make it clear that the man-made "once saved always saved" theory is false, certainly applies to this situation.
Hebrews 6:4-6 (Contemporary English Version)
But what about people who turn away after they have already seen the light and have received the gift from heaven and have shared in the Holy Spirit? What about those who turn away after they have received the good message of God and the powers of the future world? There is no way to bring them back. What they are doing is the same as nailing the Son of God to a cross and insulting him in public!
He can try and return. Whether he is welcomed back will be between God and Himself.
"For if we sin wilfully after that we have received the knowledge of the truth, there remaineth no more sacrifice for sins, But a certain fearful looking for of judgment and fiery indignation, which shall devour the adversaries."Heb 10:26-27
I read in the Bible that you can be forgiven for almost everything,
Except for sinning against the Holy Ghost, the Bible says you will not be forgiven.
But it’s between him and God, he is the only one that can judge him.
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