Yes I agree Any and All can be saved. Christ comes to us while we are yet sinners, for it is the Only way He can. He comes down to us, since we could never get to Him.<quoted text>Christ didn't come for the saved,He came for the sinner. No one is damned, we can all be forgiven , even Tiller and Hitler. The thing is we have the moral responseblity to uphold God and His laws and telling people that what they are doing is wrong is not judging, if that is judging, then we can't tell our kids that they are doimg wrong. And no one is damned unless he or she won't ask for forgiveness. God loves everyone, its our choice to do good or to do evil and we all should forgive.
Although I really believe one must decide what they do with God while they are alive, and Luke 16 was a real story about a lost rich man, and a begger who God knew his name.
Tiller, Hitler, any could be saved, but judging by their ftuit "it don't look good " for either.
Only a person and God knows for certain who is and who isn't.
Many if not most "christians " disagree with my stance on eternal security, and many other issues. Like do all suicide people go to Hell??? I say No, absolutely not. If they were saved, they were saved.
People view men in black suits with a small white collars with Godly men -some are, many are not.
Many nuns are Godly, many are not.
No different the nicodemus "a religious ruler" in Jesus's day, yet Jesus told him plainly that he knew Not God.
I believe purgatory is a very dangerous teaching, just like some jews believe all go to Heaven, even the real "bad " ones after they burn off a few sins.
God accepts those who accept His son. Clear message.
Tge death - burial - resurection -this is the gospel, the Whole gospel, and nothing but the gospel.
If any preach a different gospel, we are to let them be accursed. Many many many teach and preach a different gospel, adding baptizms, laying on of hands, many other man added things, in which God is not pleased.
The best commentator on the bible is the bible.
Yes we should always be willing to forgive others, knowing how much we were forgiven for, and we really trully do not understand just how much we are forgiven. We only think of commission sins, drunk, whoremonger, lust, greed, envy, but we sin sooo much each day by sins of ommission. Laying around day after day watching tv, on computer, phones, while soo many in the nursing homes or shut ins would love just 10 mins of our time. Those in jail, even need the love of Christ. I've been blessed to work in jail ministries, food banks, but nothing like seeing a lost, blind, person stepping from darkness, into the Light of God :)