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Is there such a sin which Waheguru does not forgive?

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I heard that there are some sins which cant be forgiven such as these people who went to gurdwara to do wrong on Guru Granth Sahib Ji *waheguru waheguru*.

Or also adultery, where the person will live 1000 days of hell. But is this true? I cant understand of  course the first thing. Someone who does this should rot in hell. But what about someone does a mistake, because they are so attached to one person? Are there really sins which cant be forgiven? I thought Waheguru forgives everyone who chooses the path oh Waheguru Ji. 

And how does Waheguru forgive? 

 

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I remember reading a sakhi in which i think it was guru ram das jis son changed, one word gurbani, he was never forgiven by guru ji, can someone post that sakhi, other than that i think everything else can be forgiven 

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As far as my knowledge from all religious books and from Gurbani- waheguru forgives all sins if person regret from heart and promises not to do it again Except the curse that a person gets from a pooran mahapursh.

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11 hours ago, TinnkerBell said:

As far as my knowledge from all religious books and from Gurbani- waheguru forgives all sins if person regret from heart and promises not to do it again Except the curse that a person gets from a pooran mahapursh.

If it's a Maha-Purash, why would he curse ?

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On 1/17/2019 at 11:16 PM, Guest Name said:

I remember reading a sakhi in which i think it was guru ram das jis son changed, one word gurbani, he was never forgiven by guru ji, can someone post that sakhi, other than that i think everything else can be forgiven 

Guru Har Rai Sahib's ji son Baba Raam Rai changed a Gurbani Pangti.

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10 hours ago, Amit12 said:

If it's a Maha-Purash, why would he curse ?

Amit veerji,

Its called a Curse only and only if its sure to happen. A fake curse is not called a Curse. So a true curse is only if it come from a Mahapursh. Few example from history:

1. In Treta yug, Bhagat Sarvan cursed his Mama king dashrath that he will die in vichoda of his son. The same happened.

2. In Dwapar yug, rishi durvasha Cursed me.saambh(son of lord krishna) that ur entire yadav clan will kill itself- the same happened. Although Krishan ji were from Same Yadav Clan but the curse became true.

3. In kalyug,  Bhai Moola tried to hide from Guru Nanak Dev ji and her wife told to bhai Mardana that my husband is not here( she just didn’t want her husband Moola to go with Guru Nanak), so she lied. Guru ji said , “ je nahi hai tan fer nahi hai”. He died immediately. Her wife tried to regret and apologize but he didn’t get pardon at that time.

4. Bhai Budhu from Lahore (a sikh of Guru Arjun Dev ji), Guru ji gave him boon that your Brickyard will result in all good bricks, but Bhai Lakhoo( a sikh of Guru Arjun Dev ji) gave him a curse that ur all bricks will not be good. He fired the brickyard and waited, when he  checked- all of his bricks were still soft. He regretted and came to Guru Sahib even then his bricks remained same however Guru ji changed his profit anyhow.

baki hor vi bahut sarian examples han jo mere yaad nahi hun 😊

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1 hour ago, TinnkerBell said:

Amit veerji,

Its called a Curse only and only if its sure to happen. A fake curse is not called a Curse. So a true curse is only if it come from a Mahapursh. Few example from history:

1. In Treta yug, Bhagat Sarvan cursed his Mama king dashrath that he will die in vichoda of his son. The same happened.

2. In Dwapar yug, rishi durvasha Cursed me.saambh(son of lord krishna) that ur entire yadav clan will kill itself- the same happened. Although Krishan ji were from Same Yadav Clan but the curse became true.

3. In kalyug,  Bhai Moola tried to hide from Guru Nanak Dev ji and her wife told to bhai Mardana that my husband is not here( she just didn’t want her husband Moola to go with Guru Nanak), so she lied. Guru ji said , “ je nahi hai tan fer nahi hai”. He died immediately. Her wife tried to regret and apologize but he didn’t get pardon at that time.

4. Bhai Budhu from Lahore (a sikh of Guru Arjun Dev ji), Guru ji gave him boon that your Brickyard will result in all good bricks, but Bhai Lakhoo( a sikh of Guru Arjun Dev ji) gave him a curse that ur all bricks will not be good. He fired the brickyard and waited, when he  checked- all of his bricks were still soft. He regretted and came to Guru Sahib even then his bricks remained same however Guru ji changed his profit anyhow.

baki hor vi bahut sarian examples han jo mere yaad nahi hun 😊

then its a prophecy, right ? after reading your points it looks like its not a curse, imo. 

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Bai ji future predictions are always made on the basis of similar facts and results that occurred in history. Even science is based on best guesses and outcomes of an event. 

Its Curse and relevant to what the OPs has asked however these are from my knowledge which has equal possibility of being contradicted by your views 😁🙏

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11 hours ago, TinnkerBell said:

Bai ji future predictions are always made on the basis of similar facts and results that occurred in history. Even science is based on best guesses and outcomes of an event. 

Its Curse and relevant to what the OPs has asked however these are from my knowledge which has equal possibility of being contradicted by your views 😁🙏

Okay. 🙂

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19 hours ago, RajKaregaKhalsa1 said:

Guru Har Rai Sahib's ji son Baba Raam Rai changed a Gurbani Pangti.

opps mb, havent read that sakhi in ages so ive forgotten some things

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On ‎1‎/‎17‎/‎2019 at 12:17 AM, Guest WaheguruJiKiFateh47 said:

I heard that there are some sins which cant be forgiven such as these people who went to gurdwara to do wrong on Guru Granth Sahib Ji *waheguru waheguru*.

Or also adultery, where the person will live 1000 days of hell. But is this true? I cant understand of  course the first thing. Someone who does this should rot in hell. But what about someone does a mistake, because they are so attached to one person? Are there really sins which cant be forgiven? I thought Waheguru forgives everyone who chooses the path oh Waheguru Ji. 

And how does Waheguru forgive? 

 

forgives everything, always

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On 1/21/2019 at 2:26 PM, mahandulai said:

forgives everything, always

(y)(y):clap::clap: 🙏

Thank god, at least you have said something  sound and logical.

Your best post, so far and  yet so simple.

 

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