Really

United States

#1 Nov 10, 2012
So very sad. What happened?
fyi

Little Rock, AR

#2 Nov 11, 2012
This in NOT the place to put this! Please have respect for his family & friends! You need to be praying...not wanting to know what happened!!!! Sending prayers to his family & friends!
Guest

United States

#3 Nov 11, 2012
Leave it to the city of COLT to be in people's business!!! And post stupid shit on topix....
whatyousay

Longview, TX

#4 Nov 12, 2012
Really wrote:
So very sad. What happened?
Suicide is what happened. A bunch of haters of Gods word and so called people of God told him he would go to Heaven if he committed suicide on Facebook. I don't care if you like the truth posted here or not. Some of you ignorant people will go to hell yourself for believing that suicide is a forgiveable sin. You idiots it is the last sin to be committed by a human and it is unforgiveable. You can sugar coat it all you want to make yourself feel better about all the lies you told this young man on Facebook but I watched all of you do it myself and the liars won !He's gone , are you satisfied now???
Love

Arlington, TX

#5 Nov 13, 2012
If a Christian commits suicide, is he still forgiven?
This might seem like a perplexing question, but it does have an answer. Though the Christian who has committed suicide has committed a grave sin, he is still forgiven. But, in order to understand why a Christian who commits suicide is forgiven, we first need to understand what salvation is and what it is based upon.

Salvation is the state of being saved from God's judgment upon the sinner. The only way to be saved is to trust Jesus for the forgiveness of one's sins (John 14:6, Acts 4:12). All who do not trust Jesus alone, by faith (Rom. 5:1; Rom. 6:23; Eph. 2:8-9) are not forgiven and go to hell when they die (Matt. 25:46; John 3:18). When Jesus forgives someone, He forgives all their sins and gives them eternal life and they shall never perish (John 10:28). He does not give them temporary eternal life -- otherwise, it would not be eternal.

Salvation is not based upon what you do. In other words, you don't have to obey any Law of God in order to become saved. This is because no one is saved by keeping the Law of God (Gal. 2:21; Rom. 3:24-28). But that does not mean that you can go and sin all you want. Rom. 6:1-3 expressly condemns such action. Instead, we are saved for the purpose of purity (1 Thess. 4:7). Our salvation is strictly from God: "By grace through faith you have been saved…" (Eph. 2:8). Other than acting by faith in trusting and accepting what Jesus did on the cross, you don't do a thing (John 1:12-3) in order to become saved. Since you did not get your salvation by what you did, you can not lose it by what you do.

What about the unforgivable sin? Is that suicide? No. Suicide is not the unforgivable sin. Jesus spoke of the unforgivable sin in Matt. 12:22-32. The context is when the Pharisees accused Jesus of casting out demons by the power of the devil. Therefore, suicide is not the unforgivable sin.
thanks

West Memphis, AR

#6 Nov 13, 2012
Love wrote:
If a Christian commits suicide, is he still forgiven?
This might seem like a perplexing question, but it does have an answer. Though the Christian who has committed suicide has committed a grave sin, he is still forgiven. But, in order to understand why a Christian who commits suicide is forgiven, we first need to understand what salvation is and what it is based upon.
Salvation is the state of being saved from God's judgment upon the sinner. The only way to be saved is to trust Jesus for the forgiveness of one's sins (John 14:6, Acts 4:12). All who do not trust Jesus alone, by faith (Rom. 5:1; Rom. 6:23; Eph. 2:8-9) are not forgiven and go to hell when they die (Matt. 25:46; John 3:18). When Jesus forgives someone, He forgives all their sins and gives them eternal life and they shall never perish (John 10:28). He does not give them temporary eternal life -- otherwise, it would not be eternal.
Salvation is not based upon what you do. In other words, you don't have to obey any Law of God in order to become saved. This is because no one is saved by keeping the Law of God (Gal. 2:21; Rom. 3:24-28). But that does not mean that you can go and sin all you want. Rom. 6:1-3 expressly condemns such action. Instead, we are saved for the purpose of purity (1 Thess. 4:7). Our salvation is strictly from God: "By grace through faith you have been saved…" (Eph. 2:8). Other than acting by faith in trusting and accepting what Jesus did on the cross, you don't do a thing (John 1:12-3) in order to become saved. Since you did not get your salvation by what you did, you can not lose it by what you do.
What about the unforgivable sin? Is that suicide? No. Suicide is not the unforgivable sin. Jesus spoke of the unforgivable sin in Matt. 12:22-32. The context is when the Pharisees accused Jesus of casting out demons by the power of the devil. Therefore, suicide is not the unforgivable sin.
thanks For talking him into killing himself. Great job bible tumper turn the bible to fit your wont and needs you sound like a crack head named john mcaurther
whatyousay

Longview, TX

#7 Nov 13, 2012
thanks wrote:
<quoted text>thanks For talking him into killing himself. Great job bible tumper turn the bible to fit your wont and needs you sound like a crack head named john mcaurther
You are just like the rest that are going to hell . If all sins are forgiven by once saved always saved then you can sit beside Satan on the throne because that would make him an angel once again , right? You are the type peron spreading lies for Satan and that is the very thing Jason was told on Facebook were you one of the followers of satan spreading those lies too. According to the lies you and all of Satans followers spread by believeing willfully sinning is forgiven . Christ said after the Baptism " Go and sin no more" Not once did he pat anybody on the back and say , Hey I'll see you back here at the same time tomorrow after you lie , cheat, steal committ adultrey and Fornication so I can spread some more of my precious blood to forgive your sins. Are you nuts or just hell bent on taking good people down the road to hell right along with you? You are no child of God's by spreading mockery of his sacrifice of his only begotten son.
long gone

Springfield, VA

#8 Dec 23, 2012
dude died the end
no name

Atlanta, TX

#9 Jan 1, 2013
The only unforgiveable sin is not having accepted Christ. The rejection of him.
fyi

Little Rock, AR

#10 Jan 2, 2013
Just know that he was loved by many & will not be forgotten! And this is not the time or place for this! Please have respect for Jason's family!

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