Is salvation for all human souls?
Yes, it is...
Salvation is for the whole
world. Jesus died for the whole world and took the human
spirit from slavery, darkness and death to light, life, and
liberty with His resurrection bodily from the dead. Glory to
God the Father!
However, this privilege,
freedom, or inheritance becomes active, alive and assured
when one accepts Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior called born
again, believer or Christian. To be very precise, the
acceptance of Jesus into our life is not an ordinary act or
by chance, but is spiritual, divine arrangement connecting
us to the Truth, Holiness and Love.
Jesus had to take the life
of human kind in bondage in flesh, though without sin in
Himself, because He had the power of holiness in Him from
heaven (Throne of Glory). This glorious qualification gave
Him the absolute ability to live in flesh without sin, and
totally defeated sin and death, both in spiritual and
physical realms. Hence, restored, refunded, repaired, and
repositioned the true life in freedom back to humanity.
Anyone that accepts Jesus
is the Christ, meaning the Messiah is connected, plugged,
sown into the living Anointing, the everlasting/perfect
Glory of the heavenly Father, who is the supreme Spirit and
becomes the child of God. God has children and not slaves.
God is not wicked and separate like earthly kings from His
people. He is not narrow minded to assume, when you share
His blessings with Him, His abundant goodness and pleasures
would reduce or become exhausted.
Those that see God with
fear in their hearts are not qualified as His own, because
fear is the component of the devil. God is love and He gave
us His love too.
Do earthly children fear
their fathers? The opposite is the case, only in such
situation where the father is cruel to his kids.
Then, why should men
assume that God who is love would be comfortable when His
children fear Him? Fear brings nothing good, only love does.
The spirit of error controls any religious arrangement that
suggest to its followers to be frightful of God.
However, where one finds
in the Holy Bible the expressions of fear to God, it
actually means to reverence God. Reverence is to respect,
exalt, lovingly appreciate and give due honor to His
glorious Majesty and not the literary meaning of been
dreadful of God.
God is good, holy and
Praise Him forever in
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