Are left-behind people beyond repentance during the Tribulation

My question ultimately concerns falling away from Christ due to repeated sin issues. I’m curious if Matthew 13:7Romans 8:13 and James 1:15 connect and describe what has happened to me in my loss of relationship, unrenewal of mind and hardened heart. My questions while reading the following are:
1. Will sin kill a believer spiritually that they will ultimately lose Christ?
2. I what I’m experiencing a sign that I was never a believer and, even though I had know Christ and grown in him for 16 years, that I was not a believer? That the Word was choked out of me because of my sin?

To be beyond repentance is a choice.

Those who come to know God inevitably repent, realizing that God’s way heals whereas going against God’s way leads to many sorrows because sin is a perversion that gets worse with time and also corrupts the soul. It is possible to sin so much that a person changes from a human to an abomination, with the conscience singed of any good and reprobate in mind.

God gives many chances to get right with Him. A person has to deliberately and consistently choose to ignore the Calling (when God knocks in your soul) until it is too late. After death is Ressurrection and Judgement by God Almighty, LORD Jesus Christ. Nothing is hid from LORD God— He Knows!

So get right with God before it’s too late. God is long suffering but He is already Kindled. The time of His Wrath is near. There is no escape from Him whether you die before that time of Jacob’s Trouble or if you do get to witness this part of God’s plan. You will get resurrected and you cannot escape the Summons, when God calls us before Him for Judgment

I have come to determine with a great level of certainty that my heart has hardened past the point of repentance due to continued sin. I feel no brokenness or conviction over my sin nor do I have the desires of the Lord anymore. I find no ability to turn away from sin from a heart level like I once did. All that I am left with is severe fear of my future condemnation. As I read Hebrews, I see that my life now matches up perfectly with Hebrews 6:4, as well as Hebrews 10:26. I have spent time consulting with my pastor and other believing friends. They seem to believe that I am still a believer, but I sincerely disagree. I think they are coming around though.

As I have come to the conclusion that I am beyond repentance, my question is what is the best thing for me to do next. I cannot spend my life walking in apostasy creating greater condemnation for myself upon my death. Life is too much to live apart from Christ. There is no meaning to life other than Christ and there is no joy apart from him. I cannot continue with life apart from Christ. However, I see no other way to handle the situation other than suicide. Does anyone have any better suggestions or wisdom to give?

I know some of you may land in a more reformed camp like I once did, but there is no denial that someone can become like those mentioned in Hebrews. I have become one. What then do I do now?


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24 thoughts on “Are left-behind people beyond repentance during the Tribulation

  1. So celebs and politicians

    Even those celebs and politicians who are into the occult right now can still repent and trust in Jesus

    During the Tribulation

    Or is once famous and once rich = beyond being able to repent and trust in Jesus

    1. Joshua Brunken
      Christ will recieve anyone who comes to Him in faith believing He alone purchased their salvation on Calvary. The crucified Christ took on ALL sin because the new believer is now in Christ, in His death, burial and resurrection.
      Sadly many reject Christ who are world lovers and self lovers, they are so puffed up with pride that Christ’s love becomes less important than their own life. They never experienced total forgiveness and a pure heart.

    1. As there seems to be some confusion about what I previously posted from my I-phone, where I could not fully explain, I will clarify:

      The Bible clearly teaches that MANY people will turn to the Lord during he period we call “the tribulation.”

      But it also teaches something that is exceedingly fearful. And that is that those who had previously rejected the message of God’s grace will not have a second chance to repent.

      This is clearly stated in 2 Thessalonians 2:9-12, where we are told that “The coming of the lawless one is according to the working of Satan, with all power, signs, and lying wonders, and with all unrighteous deception among those who perish, because they did not receive the love of the truth, that they might be saved. And for this reason God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe the lie, that they all may be condemned who did not believe the truth but had pleasure in unrighteousness.”The reason for this is distinctly stated. God will do this as a punishment “because they did not receive the love of the truth,” that is, because they did not wish to know the truth. This awful punishment is because, instead of receiving the truth, they “had pleasure in unrighteousness.”

      We see this again in the last chapter of Isaiah. “Just as they have chosen their own ways, And their soul delights in their abominations, So will I choose their delusions, And bring their fears on them; Because, when I called, no one answered, When I spoke they did not hear; But they did evil before My eyes, And chose that in which I do not delight.” (Isaiah 66:3-4)

  2. The fact that you are bothered means the Holy Spirit is working on you. Be like Jacob who wrestled with God and wins his favor. If you are truly lost you won’t be bothered by your conscience. But it appears from your post that you are bothered by your conscience, thus, you are not irrevocably lost. So keep on praying to God to get his forgiveness.

    Remember Christ’s words:
    John 6:37 “All that the Father gives Me will come to Me, and the one who comes to Me I will by no means cast out.

    Remember the repentant thief who comes to Christ at the very last hour. Most importantly, remember the response of Christ.

    Luke 23:42-43 New King James Version
    42 Then he said to Jesus, “Lord, remember me when You come into Your kingdom.”
    43 And Jesus said to him, “Assuredly, I say to you, today you will be with Me in Paradise.”

    What you are experiencing now is brokenness of spirit. And that is the thing that Christ justifies. Remember the case of the tax collector.

    Luke 18:13-14 New King James Version
    13. And the tax collector, standing afar off, would not so much as raise his eyes to heaven, but beat his breast, saying, ‘God, be merciful to me a sinner!’
    14. I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather than the other; for everyone who exalts himself will be humbled, and he who humbles himself will be exalted.”

    1. Troy Day says:

      the left behinders were addressed earlier in a comment by Joshua Brunken I guess the closest example would be NOAH – Noah was taken away from perdition while the people beyond repentance were left in an eternal search for the ark and some still looking to this day without finding it AS to the repentance part Philip Williams believes the Catholic church can save you without any repentance just penance while RichardAnna Boyce believe grace is free from repentance – not needed in a way

    1. Troy Day says:

      James C. Morris NOPE – ht was talking about GOD I just couldnt come up with a better example of beyond repentance when Joshua Brunken asked about that Maybe it is just a pre-elections rabbit hole or maybe there is more to it

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