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FAQ – Common Man-Made Objections against Christ Saving All eventually

(i) Objection 1

Why believe now if all will eventually go to the heavens (Matthew 5:19)?

Reply 1

If not, we ‘die in our sins first’.

Now, regarding those ‘dying in their sins’ (John 8:24), that leads to [afterlife] Judgment (in principle of Isaiah 3:11, Galatians 6:7) ’till the last penny’ (Luke 12:59, Luke 12:46 – 48).

Mercy Triumphs Thereafter over any afterlife Judgment (James 2:13).

This Mercy applies toward “all” too eventually (Romans 11:32) which will surely come to pass because it Depends on God Alone (Romans 9:16) and what God Wills to do by Himself ONLY —> which Will Surely Come to Pass eventually (Isaiah 46:10, Isaiah 14:24, Job 23:13, Acts 4:28, Isaiah 46:11, Ezekiel 12:25, Numbers 23:19) —> Do you ‘dare’ say that God will not bring His Mercy toward All to pass? (as it is Written in Romans 11:32, where the word ‘may’ or ‘maybe’ does NOT exist in Greek, in case you didn’t realize) —> So, you are saying that God simply Wrote His Mercy to All (Romans 11:32) but will not bring it to pass (Numbers 23:19)? —> Fact is, God does NOT simply ‘Write’ and what is Written in Holy Scripture Will Come to Pass toward things which He ACTS ALONE, either through us at times or WITHOUT us —> where the latter case (without us) is with His Mercy (Romans 9:16) and this, it will Happen toward ALL (Romans 11:32) as He Promised Triumphing Over any afterlife Judgment Sentence (James 2:13) ending it, thereby Saving ALL Men eventually too (Titus 2:11, Timothy 2:4, 1 Timothy 4:10). Truly, God does NOT change (2 Samuel 14:14, John 12:32).

Those who believe in the Gospel will ‘escape the afterlife Judgment’ (i.e. “NO” afterlife Judgment at all, John 5:24). That’s a great reason to believe.

And believers obtain ‘Incomparable Rewards too in the afterlife’ (e.g. Matthew 19:28 – 29, Mark 10:30, 1 Corinthians 3:13 – 14, 1 Timothy 4:8, James 1:12, Revelation 2:10, 1 Peter 5:4, 1 Corinthians 15:35 – 41, 1 Corinthians 2:9).


(ii) Objection 2

Luke 12:59 Has nothing to do with judgment. That is saying if we go to jail we dont come out untill we pay all we owe. You have now understand the bible at all. You are trying to mislead people and send the to hell like you will go unless you REPENT. Really (Romans 11:32).ply 2


Reply 2

Luke 12:59 is the Parabolic Conclusion for the afterlife Judgment as it is first described in Luke 12:46 – 48 in this same Dialogue.

Christ is not concerned about ‘earthly money debts’ or your loan with the bank, sir.

Every Rational Creature will eventually repent in the afterlife or Spiritual realm too as Isaiah 45:23 promises ‘swearing’ (of Allegiance) to Him sealing this.

God doesn’t Swear Fake Oaths toward Himself.

A Biblical example of this having occurred in the past as the ‘first occurrence’ and NOT the ‘only occurrence’ as commonly erred —-> 1 Peter 3:19 – 20 (please note the phrase “who once were disobedient” (NASB) or “Which sometime were disobedient” (KJV) or “because they formerly did not obey” (ESV) —> which proves that these ‘are NOT disobedient anymore’ after His Great Preaching to these ‘spirits’ in ‘prison’ (Hell).

Apostle Peter Generalizes this to occur in ‘every Judgment of the dead’ in 1 Peter 4:6 where the end Result is that ‘spirit living to God’ in the end after its ‘flesh’ (body + soul) is destroyed in Hell first (afterlife Judgment, Matthew 10:28) and the Gospel is preached to these “dead” too as mentioned in this verse. Please note that ‘the dead’ in 1 Peter 4:6 is the SAME dead as 1 Peter 4:5 which is in the Context of [afterlife] Judgment clearly sealing this Fact Irrefutably too.

The common false claim that it refers to the ‘spiritually dead’ using 1 Peter 4:1 – 4 does NOT hold simply because in 1 Peter 4:1 – 4 refers to YOU (believers only) while the verse changes context of ‘object being referred to’ as the “dead” as per the definition first in 1 Peter 4:5 following which apostle Peter mentions ‘how’ the Judgment of the Dead happens toward the ‘ones who speak evil of you, 1 Peter 4:4 – 5, primarily’ —> where this General Process is Described in 1 Peter 4:6 as explained clearly above which ENDS with the ‘spirit’ living to the Will of God (post-afterlife Judgment as it happened in the first occurrence of this in 1 Peter 3:19 – 20 too) agreeing to James 2:13 & Romans 11:32 together with Isaiah 45:23 too.



(iii) Objection 3

God will not forgive the unbeliever. You have to believe God or you will be lost. Don’t believe satan lies they will take you to hell. The time to believe the gospel of Christ is now today is the time of salvation it is to late after we die and leave this evil world.


Reply 3

Hell is Judgment, yes. I am not denying it.

All in the World will eventually believe as Prophetically mentioned in 1 Timothy 3:16 where the case of ‘believing after seeing also happens’ (e.g. John 20:29, John 3:14 – 15 in context of Him being Lifted Up to the Heavens which causes ‘all men’ to eventually be Drawn to Him too, John 12:32 agreeing with the Immutable Will of God toward the ‘believing after seeing’ cases as John 6:40 clearly mentions as well).

Unbelief cannot alter the Will of God in the end (Romans 3:3 – 4).



“For My thoughts are not your thoughts,

Nor are your ways My ways,” declares the LORD.

“For as the heavens are higher than the earth,

So are My ways higher than your ways

And My thoughts than your thoughts.

So will My word be which goes forth from My mouth;

It will not return to Me empty,

Without accomplishing what I desire,

And without succeeding in the matter for which I sent it.

“For you will go out with joy

And be led forth with peace;

The mountains and the hills will break forth into shouts of joy before you,

And all the trees of the field will clap their hands.” – God Speaks (in Isaiah 55:8 – 9, 11 – 12, NASB)


Peace to you










P/S: When do we “err” or are in “error” being “wrong”?






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