Yes. ALL Nations will Worship Him eventually proving that “ALL men will be Saved” in the End.
“All nations whom You have made shall come and worship before You, O Lord, And they shall glorify Your name.” (Psalm 86:9, NASB)
“Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth.” (1 Timothy 2:4, KJV)
“For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, Who is the Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe.” (1 Timothy 4:10, KJV)
Through Lord Jesus Christ Saving them and they ‘turn to the Lord’ as the Messianic Verses below agree Perfectly to this Prophetic Truth too:
“All the ends of the earth will remember and turn to the LORD,
And all the families of the nations will worship before You.
For the kingdom is the LORD’S
And He rules over the nations.
All the prosperous of the earth will eat and worship,
All those who go down to the dust will bow before Him,
Even he who cannot keep his soul alive.” (Psalm 22:27 – 29, NASB)
Please note the phrase “Even he who cannot keep his soul alive” (Psalm 22:29, NASB) and see it as the answer to the question in verse below:
“For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world, and forfeit his soul?” – Lord Jesus Christ (Mark 8:36, NASB)
He [Lord Jesus Christ] Himself is the Answer to these ‘impossibilities’:
“For nothing will be impossible with God.” – Archangel Gabriel regarding Christ (Luke 1:37, NASB)
“When the disciples heard this, they were very astonished and said, “Then who can be saved?”
And looking at them Jesus said to them, “With people this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.” (Matthew 19:25 – 26, NASB )
Is it really ALL?
Yes, ALL as it is WRITTEN.
Is it really important or beneficial to believe this?
“But to the one who does not work, but believes in Him who justifies the ungodly, his faith is credited as righteousness,” (Romans 4:5, NASB)
The Final Conclusion of [afterlife] Judgment
His Mercy will Triumph over [any afterlife] Judgment sentence (even if it’s the eternal Hell Sentence) as it is written in James 2:13 (in the most extreme Judgment case of ‘Judgment with no Mercy first’ – Can you see it?) and this Mercy as the Final Word for Judgment eventually is to “All” too as it is written in Romans 11:32 which includes both the obedient and the disobedient (Romans 11:30 – 31) which causes “All” (the command breaker and the commands keeper of any Law & Prophets, context: Matthew 5:17 – 18) to be “in the kingdom of the heavens eventually” (Matthew 5:19).
If any afterlife Judgment Sentence remains eternally, Mercy has NOT Triumphed over it contradicting James 2:13 and the ‘same’ Mercy which is Promised to ALL which is Written in Romans 11:32 too making this position Scriptural-ly self Contradicting against each of the ‘other Verses’ Quoted here too. Can you ‘really’ see it “as it is WRITTEN ONLY”?
His Mercy – Isn’t it only available in the Dispensation of Grace (now)?
Mercy is given in the [afterlife] Judgment too as it’s pointed in James 2:13 and Romans 11:32 since “all” don’t receive it ‘in the dispensation of Grace now’. The concept that His Mercy is ‘available’ and that a ‘man must make a choice for it’ does NOT exist in Scripture which especially contradicts Romans 9:16. Can you see it? If it depends even a little on some ‘choice’ or ‘our effort’ in ‘any little way’, Mercy is NO longer Mercy because Mercy is Undeserved, Unearned and Unmerited which is given freely to “All” eventually as described in Verses prior.
God does NOT Write ‘available’ things when it refers to things which Depends on Him Alone, as such is with His Mercy (Romans 9:16). Thus, since He has Promised to have Mercy upon “All” eventually (Romans 11:32), it will Triumph (and END) any afterlife Judgment Sentence as James 2:13 mentions by His Action ONLY. Done.
ONLY believers receive it in the ‘present time’ (example: Romans 3:26, Colossians 1:22, Romans 11:5 – aren’t the ‘believers’ saved in the ‘present time-highlight’ obvious in Scripture?). The rest later in their respective afterlife Judgment as God Wills (Romans 9:16, Luke 12:59). Yes, the context of Luke 12:59 which refers to ‘afterlife Judgment’ —-> ‘till the last penny’ (the word “till” or “until” implying an END clearly) —> refers to the afterlife Judgment of both the ‘unbelievers’ and ‘believers (servants) who have fallen out’ as both are mentioned first in Luke 12:46 during this Dialogue (please refer to Luke 12:47 – 48 too).
Believers don’t get Mercy in the afterlife sir since Believers don’t even go through any afterlife Judgment (John 5:24). So, James 2:13 doesn’t refer to believers at all! Romans 11:32 refers to believers as part of the ‘all’ who receive Mercy (now) itself in the ‘present time’ (or the ‘dispensation of Grace as you call it’): e.g. Romans 3:26, Colossians 1:22 which is the ONLY meaning for the ‘election of Grace’ (Please note the word/phrase ‘present time’, ‘now’ or equivalent in Romans 11:5 – Can you understand it?)
Also, it’s Mercy promised to “All” which is Written in Romans 11:32 and ‘not believers only’ or the ‘remnant only’ (though such Greek Phrases exist in verses elsewhere, e.g. Romans 11:5, 1 Timothy 4:10 or the “you” too). Let’s NOT add NOR remove from His Word but take it ‘as it is Written’ ONLY. This is an IRREFUTABLE Point. Can you see it?
“It is Finished!” – Lord Jesus Christ (John 19:30)
Please note the phrase “every man” in John 1:9 too (Verse in image).
Blessed Saviour of the World