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For the grace of God has appeared, bringing salvation to “all” men.”
(Titus 2:11)

Here Paul writes the “salvation of all men” (not some men or believers only) is a result of the “grace of God”… Note that for believers, we are saved by the “grace of God” through “faith”(because we belief in this life itself without seeing – called faith!) but Scripture doesn’t “end” there; It assures the salvation of “all men” (non-believers – the rest) through the working of “God’s Grace” only… In short “all men” are saved by “God’s grace” but the believers earn it here in this temporal life itself through “faith”… Interestingly, Paul clearly highlights even to “pastor Titus” here just like he did to “pastor Timothy” (in 1 Timothy 4:10) that the “true gospel” to abide by involves believing in the salvation of “all men” to avoid deception, lies and demonic doctrines… Note that Paul never mentioned the phrase “eternal hell” once in the 50 percent or so part of the New Testament Bible that God inspired him to write but plenty of “salvation”, “reconciliation”, and “saving” of “all” men or things (rational creatures or creation itself) is clearly mentioned…

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