Do not fear, little flock, for it is your Father’s good pleasure to give you the kingdom. (Luke 12:32)
The Continuing Church of God is pleased to announce its latest suggested sermon: Universal Offer of Salvation V: All Israel Will be Saved?, which is at its ContinuingCOG channel.
Romans 11:26 teaches that “all Israel will be saved.” Who is ‘all Israel’? Does this include Gentiles? What about the Jews who died long ago? Is there any possibility of salvation after death? Certain Protestants and certain Roman Catholics teach against this, but the Continuing Church of God and some of the Eastern Orthodox have a different view. This is the final part of a five-part sermon series by Dr. Thiel.
Some items of possibly related interest may include the following:
Universal Offer of Salvation: There Are Hundreds of Verses in the Bible Supporting the Doctrine of True Apocatastasis Do you believe what the Bible actually teaches on this? Will all good things be restored? Will God call everyone? Will everyone have an opportunity for salvation? Does God’s plan of salvation take rebellion and spiritual blindness into account? Related sermon videos include Universal Offer of Salvation I: God is love and Universal Offer of Salvation II: The Age to Come and the ‘Little Flock’ and Universal Offer of Salvation: All Are to Know Jesus, But When? and Universal Offer of Salvation IV: Will the Guilty be Pardoned?
COGwriter Position on Other Churches and Religions What is the fate of those who do not know Christ? What about those who profess Christ outside the Church of God?
Hope of Salvation: How the Continuing Church of God differ from most Protestants How the real Church of God differs from mainstream/traditional Protestants, is perhaps the question I am asked most by those without a Church of God background.
Bible News Prophecy channel. Dr. Thiel has produced several YouTube videos for the BibleNewsProphecy channel.
ContinuingCOG channel. Dr. Thiel has produced YouTube video sermons for this channel. Note: Since these are sermon-length, they can take a little longer to load than other YouTube videos.