Consider these Questions

1    If God will have all men to be saved, and if most men are lost, then how can God be supreme
(1 Tim.2:3,4)?

2    If Christ is the Propitiation for the sins of the whole world, did He die in vain for the lost
 (1 John 2:2)?

3    If God is going to reconcile the universe through Christ, how can some be tormented forever
 (Col. 1:20)?

4    How can God, in Christ, gather all things together as one while billions remain eternally
 estranged (Eph.1:10)?

5    If all die in Adam, and only a few are made alive in Christ, how can grace much more  abound
  than sin (Rom. 5:20)?

6    If all men are condemned by Adam's offense, why are not all justified by the one just award
(Rom. 5:18)?

7    If all die in Adam, why shall not all be made alive in Christ (1 Cor. 15:22)?

8    How can every knee bow confessing Christ Lord, to God's glory, unless reconciled
 (Phil. 2:10,11)?

9    If Christ only hath immortality, how can any of the dead be alive now (1 Tim. 6:14-16;
 1 Cor. 15:53, 54)?

10   If the wicked go to hell as soon as they die, why are they raised and judged later
  (Rev. 20:11-15)?

11   Since the lake of fire is the second death, what happens to the wicked when death is
  destroyed (1 Cor.15:26)?

12   If "forever" means "eternity" what does "forever and ever" mean?

13   If God is Love and has all power, will He not find away to save all (1 Tim. 4:9-11)?

14   If Christ is to reign for ever and ever, what does it mean that He will abdicate His throne
  (Rev. 11:15; 1 Cor. 15:24)?

15   Will God ever actually become All in all (1 Cor.15:28)?
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