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Hope is found

Updated on February 26, 2013

It is a great joy for me to help those who seek hope. Hope has been given to us all, and we no longer need to seek it. It has been found through Jesus Christ. The hope that is taught in most churches is a hope that has the question mark behind it when there should be the exclamation point instead. Christ died to save all, not some. How is he victorious when he loses one? The church says you must accept Him to be saved, but the salvation of all mankind was planned before time. All things was given to Christ from the Father (John3:35), and all things will be given back to our father without losing one (John 6:39). Do not allow the confusion of the church separate your love from our father. For our God is not a spirit of Confusion. He does not depend on our free will to save us, nor does He require our permission to save us all. As Christ said before He drew His last breath "It is done", and so it was done. The selflessness of giving His life for all is a love that is greater than anyone of us can achieve. He did not give His life to save some, He gave it to save all and pay for our transitions, and He will get what He paid for, and do not doubt it for a second. It was Christ who made hope for all, not just some. All mankind will be reconciled to the Father through Christ. This hope has freed you from religion, from fear, and from bondage of sin. You are the prodigal son who will see the love of a faithful Father. Do not be like the older brother in this parable, who refuses to celebrate the return of his brother. Treat your fellow man as your brother. Treat your fellow man as you would want to be treated. If he trespasses against you, forgive him, bless him and love him as God will to all men. People need love the most when they deserve it the least, because love doesn't give a person what they deserve, but what they need. Peace.


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      Michele Travis 4 years ago from U.S.A. Ohio

      And Jesus did accept crucifixion for the sins of all us. The reason is God loves all that He created, all of his children. Jesus, took all of our sins. That amazes me.

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      SwordofManticorE 5 years ago from Burlington

      "Consequently, then, as it was through one offense for all mankind for condemnation, thus also it is through one just award for all mankind for life's justifying For even as, through the disobedience of the one man [Adam], the many were constituted sinners, thus also, through the obedience of the One [Christ], the many shall be constituted just" (Rom. 5:18-19).

      "For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; Who will have ALL men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth. For there is One God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus. Who gave Himself a ransom for ALL to be testified in due time" (I Tim. 2:3-4).

      1Corithians 15:

      22 For even as, in Adam, all are dying, thus also, in Christ, shall all be vivified.

      23 Yet each in his own class: the Firstfruit, Christ; thereupon those who are Christ's in His presence;

      24 thereafter the consummation, whenever He may be giving up the kingdom to His God and Father, whenever He should be nullifying all sovereignty and all authority and power.

      25 For He must be reigning until He should be placing all His enemies under His feet.

      26 The last enemy is being abolished: death.

      27 For He subjects all under His feet. Now whenever He may be saying that all is subject, it is evident that it is outside of Him Who subjects all to Him.

      28 Now, whenever all may be subjected to Him, then the Son Himself also shall be subjected to Him Who subjects all to Him, that God may be All in

      1Tm:4:9: This is a faithful saying and worthy of all acceptation.

      1Tm:4:10: For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe.

      BTW, it is not eternal life, it is life eonian (age)

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      Mommy Maile 5 years ago

      You gave John 6:39 to support your belief but verse 40 says "For this is the will of my Father, that everyone who looks on the Son and believes in him should have eternal life, and I will raise him up on the last day.” Do you not think that this means that only those who look on the Son and believe in him will have eternal life? If not please help me understand how everyone will acheive the qulifications for eternal life mentioned in verse 40.

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      SwordofManticorE 5 years ago from Burlington

      Choose what? It is not us who chooses God, It is Him who chooses us. Why not Hitler being saved? Why have you already judged and condemned Hitler to eternal torture?

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      Lybrah 5 years ago

      Well written hub, but not everyone will be saved, because one has to choose. I guarantee that people like Hitler were not saved!

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      Disappearinghead 5 years ago from Wales, UK

      I totally agree. It's like if we were to go tramping through the woods and a bear came running out and pinned you to the ground; you are about to die and your situation is hopeless. I pick up my shotgun, and kill the bear. You are now saved whether you asked for it or not, whether you like it or not, or whether you accepted it or not. It's a done deal, and nothing you can do can change the fact that you are now saved, it's past tense. However, most of the Church says that if you don't formally accept my shooting of the bear for you, I will set you on fire. Crazy thinking.