THE "MUST" OF DIVINE MERCY
Some sinners must be saved. The
salvation of the sinner is as much a matter of necessity with God as truth and
righteousness. Every blood bought child of God must be saved. Every one of the
Lord's lost sheep must be brought into the heavenly fold. Is this not the
language of Holy Scripture? Our Lord came through
THE PURPOSE OF GOD CANNOT BE FRUSTRATED. Those whom he has chosen and determined to save must be saved.
THE PURCHASE OF CHRIST CANNOT BE MADE VOID. Those whom he has redeemed by his blood he must have. Otherwise, he could never see of the travail of his soul and be satisfied.
THE PROMISE OF GOD CANNOT BE BROKEN. God promised his Son a seed, a generation, to serve him as the reward of his sin-atoning sacrifice. He said to his Son, in the covenant of grace, "Ask of me, and I will give thee the heathen for thine inheritance." And God the Son, assuming the responsibility for the eternal welfare of God's elect, as their Surety, promised to present them all holy, blameless, and perfect, before the presence of his glory in the last day, saying, "Behold I and the children which God hath given me." Not one of those whom God promised to his Son and whom the Son promised to save can be eternally lost. They all must be saved.
Dear dying Lamb Thy precious blood
Shall never loose its power,
Till all the ransomed
Be saved to sin no more.