God forgives everyone, as long as you repent. Heavenly Father loves all of us, as being LDS, were his children. When we sin, we repent for our mistakes we've made. God knows were not perfect. Were here on this earth to face challenges, and when we face those challenges, god wants us to know if we still have faith, to conquer them.
I believe there can be some so completely horrible people that God won't let them repent. He didn't let Pharaoh believe. I do believe some are just too evil to repent. There's also those who think they can party it up now thinking they can ask for forgiveness later. They'll be in for a shock. That's tempting God, He knows our hearts. The best thing is to repent now and keep from sinning again. If you fall, repent again. But don't ask how many times you can get away with sinning! You might not be able to repent some day.
No, God says in Qur'an: "O (My slaves) who have transgressed against themselves (by committing evil deeds and sins)! Despair not of the Mercy of Allah: verily, Allah forgives all sins. Truly He is Oft-Forgiving, Most Merciful.
The limit appears to be ours, as men tire of repenting. God is very able to forgive multiple offenses. How many times can my puppy mess in the living room? Do I finally get exasperated and throw the dog away? Kill it? No, I am a tolerant owner; I forgive the dog instantly and even if I scold it, I never permanently end the relationship. It's likely something similar with God.
There is no limit as to how many times Almighty God will forgive one - as long as one is TRULY repentant. We are born in sin - hard to expect perfection. Psalms 86:5 - states is seeking out those who he can forgive." 2 Corinthians 7:10,11- basically address the sincerity of some seeking forgiveness for their wrong doing for hurting God in contrast with some who are sad from sin due to the punishment, loss, shame, or being exposed. They are often sad with anger and resentment but not due to any hurtful action against God. A very good scripture to contemplate. So, as long as your sin is unintentional and you are not taking God for granted he will forgive you.
None apparently except someone like myself whom can no more feel the holy spirit than sheer empty space, whom denies its existence, who know the truth of the matter and despite gods teary eyed grasp for my salvation, spits on the very idea and ends the delusion with an indelible blaspheme against the holy spirit. What more a suiting response for a nonexistent god to be angry about not believing in its nonexistent buddy. 'Holy' is a meaningless word, and it almost goes without saying that a "holy spirit" is the spirit of lies.
" He who has fled for refuge to a Savior's wounds looks out from his high watch-tower, and limitless forgiveness spreads before him. This grace proceeds alone from God. All His acts are steeped in heavenly infinity. When then He forgives, He forgives like a God - fully, without measure, without restraining boundary. Let it be granted that sins overtop the heights of heaven; forgiveness soars unspeakably above their summit. Let sins exceed the sea's innumerable sands; forgiveness outnumbers the total mass." - Henry Law