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Does God want to save everyone?

Modern Secular Humanism has influenced the heart of American Christianity, unfortunately.  It is the Humanistic Worldview that states that everyone in the world should be loved and everyone in the world should be helped.  You hear even the so-called Bible-believing pastors saying things like, “God loves everyone!” or “God wants to save everyone!”  This is just untrue, when you read the Bible.  These so-called Bible-believing preachers have been influenced by Modern Secular Humanism that places human beings at the center of everything.  America’s Christianity needs to go back to the Bible and see what the Bible is teaching.  The Holy Bible clearly shows that God does not want everyone to be saved, and God does refuse to send evangelists/missionaries to some people.  Bible is about God and centralizes the glory of God, but Secular Humanism is elevates the people and the needs of the people as the most important.  God built Hell, a place of eternal damnation where some people go to suffer eternal and infinite torture, because this brings God glory and this pleases God.  God also is glorified when those who humble themselves before the Word of God and accept Jesus Christ as their personal LORD and Savior go to eternal life in Heaven, to enjoy the eternal bliss of eternal paradise.  God receives glory from both:  people going to Eternal Holocaust in Hell, and people going to eternal life in Heaven.  In other words, God wants some people to go to Hell and some people to go to Heaven.  What people does God want to go to Hell?  Those who reject Jesus Christ as their personal LORD God and Savior.  In short, God is happy when those who reject the divinity of Jesus Christ go to suffer in the Eternal Torture Chamber of Hell.  This concept is clearly outlined all over the New Testament, from the Book of Matthew to the Book of Revelations.  Have a look at Luke 16:19-31.  This Bible passage clearly shows that God takes pleasure in sending people who reject Jesus Christ into Hell, and their relatives as well.  If you are influenced by Secular Humanism, then you will want to send missionaries/evangelists to the relatives of the Rich Man, but then, this is because you do not have a Christian worldview; rather, you have a Secular Humanistic Worldview, like a lot of the unbiblical preaches in America’s churches of today.  Why do you think that America is so far away from the Bible?  Because many of America’s pastors have become agents of Secular Humanism, rather than Servants of God, upholding the principles of the Word of God, which is the Bible.