The Beautiful Saviour —> He Remains Faithful (2 Timothy 2:13) despite our ugliness in sin (He Never Changes from His Mercy, which is His Perfect & Good Gift, James 1:17).
“If we are faithless, He remains faithful, for He cannot deny Himself.” – apostle Paul (2 Timothy 2:13, NASB)
“Every Good Gift and every Perfect Gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of Lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning.” – apostle James (James 1:17, KJV)
Please note that ‘Judgment’ is not a Perfect Gift and nor is it Good (like Mercy) but it is ‘returning one’s own evil back to them in [afterlife] Judgment as verses such as Isaiah 3:11 & Galatians 6:7, Hebrews 9:27 imply or describe’.
Eventually —> “His Mercy” will apply to “All” eventually (this is the Last Word of [afterlife] Judgment) —-> even Triumphing over that [afterlife] Judgment, ending it too as ‘it is Written’:
“For God has shut up all in disobedience so that He may show mercy to all.” – appostle Paul (Romans 11:32, NASB)
“For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all.” – apostle Paul (Romans 11:32, KJV)
It is clearly defined in verses above that the “all” who are in “unbelief” (KJV) or in “disobedience” (NASB) —–> are the ones who will be shown “His Mercy” eventually —> by which “[afterlife] Judgment” is “Triumphed over” (or “Ends”) —-> as ‘it is Written’ in verse below too:
“For judgment will be merciless to one who has shown no mercy; mercy triumphs over judgment.” – apostle James (James 2:13, NASB)
*Even if for argument sake a Judgment sentence is ‘eternal Hell’ (which speaks of ‘what we deserve for our sins’) —> we can clearly see by verses above that “His Mercy” can “Triumph” (and ‘end’) —> any [afterlife] Judgment sentence as ‘His Will’ demands because ‘He is the Unchangeable Merciful One, the Blessed Saviour of the World’:
“We have seen and testify that the Father has sent the Son to be the Savior of the world” – apostle John (1 John 4:14, NASB)
Making sense of this verse too:
“and He Himself is the propitiation for our sins; and not for ours only, but also for those of the whole world.” – apostle John (1 John 2:2, NASB)
Can we really understand it?
For some related write-ups regarding this and more explanation especially regarding the ‘fine details’, please consider the below (thank you for reading):
Here’s a song for edification too:
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“He was in the world, and the world was made through Him, and [yet] the world did not know Him.” (John 1:10, NASB)