There are many Contemporary Christian songs which make claims such as, "You can never fall too far, so fast, so far that you can't get back when you're lost." They insist that it doesn't matter what you've done because you are never too far gone.
While these songs might be catchy and the words might be comforting to a heart darkened by sin, we must ask ourselves, "Is this true?" Is it biblical to say that God will always be there to vacate judgment when we finally make up our minds to repent?
Yes, Jesus in fact died for all of the sin of the world. However, if we do not avail ourselves of that sacrifice, if we continue loving darkness and rejecting light, we can do despite to the Spirit of grace. There is such a thing as becoming reprobate, where you are beyond salvation (Jeremiah 6:30; Romans 1:28; I Corinthians 9:27; II Corinthians 13:5-6; II Timothy 3:8; Titus 1:16; Hebrews 6:8).
reprobate: Hebrew word ma'ac meaning to reject, despise, or refuse.We are to seek the Lord while He may be found, lest we be turned over to a strong delusion to be damned.
reprobate: Greek word adokimos meaning not standing the test, not approved; that which does not prove itself such as it ought
"And for this cause God shall send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie: that they all might be damned who believed not the truth, but had pleasure in unrighteousness." II Thessalonians 2:11-12