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I want to serve and love God with all my heart, but what if I committed the unpardonable sin?

Since you describe yourself as “wanting to serve and love God with all my heart” I know for certain the unpardonable sin does not apply to you. It couldn’t because when you came to Jesus for salvation God forgave you of all your sins, past, present and future so He could snuggle with you. How can we be certain? The Bible says “God is love.” He is Love Personified. Before salvation, God loved us intensely, but He couldn’t stand to be near us because of our sin. We stunk up the place. So, not only did WE have a problem, HE had a problem. Ever love someone, but couldn’t stand to be with them? God has. How could He fix both of our problems? He solved our problem through Jesus. But, What about HIS problem? His too! He said, “I, even I, am the one who wipes out your transgressions FOR MY OWN SAKE; and I will not remember your sins” (Isaiah 43:25). Look at that! God fixed both His problem and our problem through Jesus Christ! In addition…

When Jesus died at Calvary the veil ripped exposing the vacated Holy of Holies for the whole world to take a look. The Holy Spirit vacated the “Temple made with hands” to move into a swankier pad that Jesus made. So, where does the Holy Spirit live today? HE LIVES IN US–new creatures in Christ! WE’RE the “Temple made WITHOUT hands!” Christ caused us to be reborn in His resurrection (Ephesians 2:10; I Peter 1:3). So, you can stop worrying about having committed the unpardonable sin. They’re gone…game, set, match! They’re history! If you ask God about them He’d say, “You know, I just can’t remember!” If He could, then you’d stink up the place and He’d have to start all over again! Sounds to me like the devil is bugging you.