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Can The Unpardonable Sin be Committed Today?

Some of us have thought or are thinking they have committed the unpardonable sin. Here is my translation and thoughts.
Jesus Teaches Against False Accusations
Mark 3
21 Having heard [this], his friends went out to grab him, for they said, “He is insane.”
22 The Scribes who came from Jerusalem said, “He has Beelzebub, and he casts out demons by the prince of demons.”
23 He called for them 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 “If a family is divided against itself, that family cannot stand.
26 “If Satan rises up against himself and is divided, he cannot stand but has an end.
27 “No one can enter a strong man’s house and seize his possessions unless he first ties up the strong man, then he can plunder his house.
Jesus Teaches About the Unpardonable Sin (The parallel passages are Matthew 12:31-32 and Luke 12:10)
28 “Truly I say to youp, ‘All sins can be forgiven the sons of men and blasphemies as many as they will blaspheme.
29 “But the one who blasphemes the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness but is in danger of eternal damnation.”
30 [He said this] because they said, “He has an unclean spirit.”
[The unpardonable sin was committed by the nation of Israel. It was rejecting the authentication signs of Messiah which Jesus did and assigned those miracles to the power of satan. Individual Jews of that time did have their sins forgiven by trusting in Jesus Christ. The believing group did not assign these signs to the power of satan. They believed that Jesus is Messiah. This sin cannot be committed today, because Jesus is not on earth ministering to Israel. Jesus is at the right hand of God and the Holy Spirit ministers and convicts today. The offer of the kingdom to be established was withdrawn because the nation and her religious leaders rejected the offer, rejected belief in Jesus, and rejected His teaching and miracles. They simply refused to believe. See Matthew 23:37-39].

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