Did you know that God is “the Savior of all mankind”?
Could this possibly be true? Yes, God is, in full truth, “the Savior of all mankind” (I Timothy 4:10). Paul did not say that He was “potentially the Savior of all mankind,” but that He is the “Savior of all men.” Nor did Paul write a disclaimer, “the Savior of all who believe,” but the “Savior of all men.”
If words mean anything, He could not be their Savior if He did not actually save them. Yet Paul taught clearly that He is the “Savior of all mankind,” because He will save all mankind.
God will not lose the majority of all of His creation to sin, as Christendom teaches. In fact, God will not lose any of all of His creation to sin. He will indeed redeem them all. He will have the final victory over sin!
Grace is much more glorious and amazing than man recognizes. Religion hides the full accomplishments of the vast cross-work of the Lord Jesus
Christ. The work of salvation for mankind is full and complete. As ambassadors of Christ, we are only to proclaim its glorious message. Those who respond by faith can enjoy their salvation in Christ
now while here on earth.
Make no mistake about it. When I speak of salvation, I do not just speak of the potential of “salvation for all” – in the sense that it is only available for all men to have; but I speak freely of the surety of the “salvation of all” – that all men will in reality enjoy the fullness of salvation, completely applied to them personally.
I firmly believe in the salvation of all – that God in His goodness, grace, and love, on the account…
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