God Is Not a Would-Be Savior

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… We trust in the living God, Who is the Savior of all men, especially of those that believe (I Timothy 4:10).

Some would advocate that I Timothy 4:10 suggests that God is some sort of passive Savior; a Savior that offers His hand to drowning humanity but requires man to extend his own hand to be saved. This defies the definition of Savior. God is not a would-be Savior; He is the Savior of all men. He doesn’t only try to be the Savior of all men; He is the Savior of all men. He does not suggest that all men allow Him to be their Savior; He is the Savior of all men. He either is or He isn’t.

Aaron Locker
The Divine Reconciliation of the Universe – A Comprehensive Compilation (2018, Bible Student’s Press)
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