Hmm Christ died for all men, but all men will not be saved. The whole world is whom Christ died for. Clearly Bible, clearly scriptural.
Rita Beckett (3/24/2008)
from New Jersey
Great Sermon! I echo all the other comments on one of the best sermons explaining the "all" in 1 Timothy 2:4. Thank you so much.
Chris Jesus' Boy! (10/27/2006)
Best Sermon I've ever heard on this verse! well done brother Albert - this sermon will help many to understand this verse in 1st timothy and how to explain it to one who opposes the true atonement and the true gospel. I have never heard a better sermon on this verse and i'm sure i never will. This is as good as it gets.
Kim C. (8/6/2005)
Great Truth! Now I am convinced too of this truth that while the Bible says "all", it doesn't mean all people in the whole world. Thank you for your concise and clear teaching. Praise be to God!
Frank Warren (7/23/2004)
from Topeka, KS
I've been convinced... This is the best and most detailed explanation of why 1 Timothy 2:4 cannot possibly mean Jesus died for "all men everywhere without exception." Before I listened to this sermon, I believed that Jesus died for everyone. However, I have now been thoroughly convinced that He died only for the elect. Those that believe in free-will love to quote their favorite verses (John 3:16, 1 Tim. 2:4, 1 John 2:2) to prove that Jesus died for everyone, but they always ignore the other verses that say otherwise.
Pastor Chompff was born on October 26, 1930 in Malang, Indonesia. His wife's name is Gysbarta and they have 2 children, 8 grandchildren, and 1 great-grandchild. He holds a B.S. / PHD in Chemical Engineering which he received from the Technological School of Delft in the Netherlands....