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Universal opportunity is an aspect of Christian theology.
Two vital points specify universal opportunity:
- God is all-powerful and does not require man’s intercession, but chooses to use them when He wills.
- The Bible teaches that God takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but instead desires that all men turn from their evil ways and be saved. If a person is open to believing in Christ, then God will find a way to make an opportunity for salvation available, through whatever means necessary. No one could claim they had yearned for the truth and had not been acquainted with it.[opinion needs balancing]
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