Jesus died for all. God is not willing that nay perish and those that do are the ones who will not have His offer of love. Yes Mike anyone could get saved with only a handful of exceptions found in scripture.
Abraham and Sarai who laughed at God when God prophecied to them Sarai would bear the "seed of Abraham", yet she was baren. They were forgiven. Even tho Lot mistakenly moved to Sodom and gomorah and was eventually taken captive by the King, God forgave him thru Abraham who God used to rescue Lot.
David had a husband murdered for the lust of the man's wife. He was forgiven and restored. Saul of Tarsus, greatest persecutor of God's Children was converted to suffer incredibly for christ and become one of the greatest Apostles for Christ.
Yes, God's love and forgiveness are unlimited towards all people.
We're in the physical body now. Flesh and bone. Blood and meat.
But if we believe without a doubt that Christ Jesus died and came back to life, that He took our place on the cross...then one day, we're going to leave our flesh bodies behind and take our place in heaven with our spiritual bodies.
Then, we'll no longer be human...but spirit, clothed in righteousness. Fashioned in the image of God. Our spiritual bodies exist in a deeper dimension.
That's His gift to us. His infinite grace. It's available to anybody. Free for the asking. He's so wonderful!
Smellycat - From the Book of Luke 16 (KJV) or Luke 16 (NLT) we are told in Luke's precise writing style as a medical doctor, exactly where those who pass on go to immediately... one side of the divide in Paradise or the other ( refered to there in Luke 16:26 (KJV) as the gulf ). Our plain old human FLESH bodies can not enter the Kingdom of God.
In 2 Corinthians 5:8 (KJV) or 2 Corinthians 5:8 (NLT) Paul tells us the same thing, but in his own writing manner...
(NLT=) "8 Yes, we are fully confident, and we would rather be away from these earthly bodies, for then we will be at home with the Lord."
(KJV=) "8 We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord