What are These Verses Telling Us?
What are these verses telling us?
All flesh will come to God. Psalms 65:2-4
Gods enemies shall submit themselves unto Him and all the earth shall worship Him. Ps 66:3-4
Every knee shall bow and every tongue shall swear. Isa 45:23
Jesus took away the sin of the world. John1:29
Jesus will draw all men unto Himself. John12:32
In Adam all condemned, in Christ all made righteous. Romans 5:15-21
In Adam all die, in Christ all made alive. 1 Corinthians 15:22
God will be all in all. 1Cor.15:28
Christ reconciled the world to God. 2Cor.5:18,19
Christ made peace and reconciled all things back to God. Col.1:20
God will have all men to be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. 1Tim.2:4
All will know God. Hebrews 8:11-12
All of creation seen praising Jesus. Rev 5:13
Look them up for yourself.
And there’s more.
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Which God Do You Believe In?
All Christians today believe in one of three theologies of God.
1. The god that has the power to save all men but chooses not to. Calvinism
2. The god that wants to save all men but cant because of mans free will. Armenian
3. The God that wants to, and has the power to, and therefore, will save all men. Truth
Which one are you?
Think about it.
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Something To Think About
Truth can only be obtained when you yourself have obtained it. As long as your truth is dependent on someone telling you what truth is,it cannot be considered truth. It is only hear say.
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God Is In Control
When a large ship leaves port for a foreign land, the path is set. The path in which that ship will travel is known unto the captain before the ship ever leaves port. The journey certainly consists of changes in coordinates along the way, but none the less, it is still the path. There comes times in the journey were change is a must and a different direction is taken, but none the less, it is still the path. So though change eventually comes and different coordinates are certainly taken, nothing has really changed at all, because none the less, it is still the path, the path that is known unto the captain before the ship ever left port.
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