“Therefore, I say to you, every sin and blasphemy will be forgiven people, but blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven.” (Matthew 12:31)
Blasphemy against the Holy Spirit is any sin a person clings to continually resisting the convicting power of the Holy Spirit. The unforgivable is any sin a person doesn’t want to abandon, confess, or ask for pardon, and any reminder from the Holy Spirit.
Any sin is forgivable, but if we reject the voice of the Holy Spirit we begin to silence His convictions and eventually we cannot hear His convicting power. We block the working of God in our lives because we cannot respond to the Holy Spirit’s promptings.
If a person still desires forgiveness and confesses his sins, they will be forgiven. Do you hear the Holy Spirit’s call to remove some walls in your life so that Jesus might communicate with you? Follow the Holy Spirit’s promptings and ask for help to remove any wall of separation from God.
If you are worried about the sin then relax, because you would not be worried if you had committed the sin.