A Few are Saved

God loves all people. Yeshua died for all people. “Many are called, few are chosen”.  He that endureth to the end shall be saved. All do not endure to the end. A few endure to the end. A few are saved from sin and death and judgment. In the grace of God there is no contradiction in these things. The carnal mind is enmity with the things of God. I know that in this flesh dwelleth no good thing. The spiritual mind knows all things. We have the mind of the Mashiach. The chosen ones have the anointing and know all things.

The truth that all people are not saved, does not diminish the love of God. God is love. Paul writes in 1 Cor 15, “in Adam all died, in the Mashiach all our made alive, each person in God’s own order.” All people will be made alive in the end, despite all people not being saved. “Every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Yeshua is Lord to the glory of the Father”, despite all people not being saved. Let God be true and every man a liar. God loves all people, and Yeshua died for all people and in the end all people shall live, and all people were not saved. And in the midst of this is the thought of God that He desired that none perish but all gain eternal life. The contradiction is not in God, but with people who cannot comprehend the God of all love with their carnal minds. They attempt to understand in the flesh the one true God and our confounded in all their attempts. To understand God requires God making choice and granting grace to a person. The person cannot make this choice for God.

Remember, the contentious will always be contentious. The few, the ones who will be partakers of the divine nature, clothed in immortality (these are the ones who endure to the end by His grace and will alone), and the many (of the nations of the saved who do not enter in to the new Yerushalem, for they find it not within theirselves to enter in, and they bring the glory of the nations to the gates) clothed in incorruption. And everything will be as it should be, for God is true in all His ways. And all people everywhere will know the one true God and give Him freely of the fruit of their lips. And the fruit of their lips is “thanks God our Father for the Lord Yeshua ha Mashiach, the Lamb of God, the only-begotten Son”. And righteousness reigns forever and ever. And there shall be no sin or sorrow and any tear forever and ever. This is the great purpose of God in Yeshua the Mashiach.

And this same purpose of God is accomplished in all generations by the power of God, the one true gospel, as the promise made to Avraham declares, “in Thy Seed all the nations of the earth shall be blessed” and the Seed is one and the Seed is the Mashiach. The interpretation sure and true. And the one true gospel is the Mashiach died for our sins according to the Tanach (Old Testament), He was buried and He rose again the third day according to the Tanach. Yeshua of Nazareth is the Mashiach of God, the only-begotten Son of God who came down from heaven. He is the creator of all things. For all things are by Him and through Him and for Him. Amen and Amen!

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2 Responses to A Few are Saved

  1. gwen says:

    thanks GOD for being the GOD of all comfort!

    • habasar says:

      How great is the comfort in the Mashiach and the God of all comfort and love toward all people. Yeshua died for all people. Many are called, few are chosen. And the many are not the kindling of the eternal bonfire of God, but the objects of His love.

      This is that Spirit of understanding that declares, “the end of the Lord is He is very pitiful and of tender mercies” and “every knee shall bow and every tongue confess that Yeshua is Lord to the glory of the Father.”

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