How Many Does ALL Mean?

Most, if not ALL religionists believe in a outcome that includes ALL people because of the sin of a mere man named Adam; but when it comes to "The God Man"...Jesus...regarding His sacrifice and His ability to affect ALL people, most religionists believe in a outcome that does not apply to ALL people? 

Is ever possible that believers fail to realize they are giving more reliability and ability to a fallible man than they do to the infallible God Man...Isn't there something drastically wrong with that kind of thinking!

Believing Jesus died on the cross "for us" is commendable...but...believing we died on the cross with Him " the scriptures do by declaring we were crucified with Him, rose with Him and are seated with Him in heavenly a somehow not believed by the religious world! 

Jesus fully became man. But He was still God and everything He accomplished on the cross applied to ALL people! God forbid we should we believe Adam can truly cause ALL to become sinners...but...Jesus (God in the flesh) is incapable of causing ALL people to be reconciled to Himself and be counted as righteous! 

Paul said, Jesus is the second Adam: "So then as through one transgression there resulted condemnation to ALL men, even so through one act of righteousness there resulted justification of life to ALL men." Romans (5:18)

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