DIG for Saturday the 16th of May…..whosoever, that’s another great word…..Romans 10 v 13

I wrote about the word “all” yesterday and toady I want to bring another great word to you, the word being “whosoever”.

In Scripture this is a word that shouts loud and clear about inclusiveness.

The word says that whosoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved (Acts 2 v 21 and Romans 10 v 13).

The Word says that whosoever believes in Jesus shall never die but have everlasting life (John 11 v 26).

The Word says that whosoever drinks of the water of life from Jesus shall never thirst (John 4 v 13).

The Word says that whosoever believes in Jesus will receive remission form their sins (Acts 10 v 43).

The Word says that whosoever confesses Jesus as the Son of God has the Lord living within him (1 John 4 v 15).

The Word says that whosoever believes in Jesus is born of God (1 John 5 v 1).

The Word makes it clear that anyone can be a “whosoever”; it just requires belief and faith.

Anybody and everybody can be a “whosoever”; it just takes personal choice.

Our God is a God of inclusiveness, anyone can be saved and redeemed, whosoever can make the decision to trust in Jesus.

I am delighted to say that I am a “whosoever”, I hope and pray that you are too!

Speak this out today…..”Thank you Lord that you are a God of inclusiveness and anyone can be a whosoever in this world”.

Romans 10 v 13…..For whosoever shall call upon the man of the Lord shall be saved

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DIG for Friday the 15th of May…..all is such a big word…..2 Peter 3 v 9

I have been thinking about the word “all” since I wrote the DIG yesterday.

It really is a big word and has a huge implication in ant phrase it is used in.

At MGF we really know the meaning of this word, and when I ask the fellowship they say it means “to the exclusion of nothing”.

God wants ALL men to come to repentance, He wants to see ALL men saved (2 Peter 3 v 9).

ALL men have been given the opportunity for salvation through the finished work of Jesus Christ; for this ALL sin has been paid for.

Jesus was the propitiation for ALL sin for ALL men (1 John 2 v 2).

Jesus was the sacrificial lamb, the offering for sin, once for ALL men (Hebrews 10 v 10).

All means to the exclusion of nothing, so no sin was missed and no man is exclude from the offer of salvation.

Anyone, or whosoever calls upon the name of the Lord shall be saved (Romans 10 v 13).

Whosoever means anyone and everyone, and indeed anyone and everyone can be saved.

This is only the case as ALL sin has been paid for and dealt with by Jesus once and for ALL for ALL time.

Nothing has been missed out, nothing has been excluded, and it has ALL been paid for.

Speak this out….”Thank you Lord for the finished work of Jesus Christ, and thank you that ALL my sin has been paid”.

2 Peter 3 v 9…..The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance