I remember hearing a preacher often saying (and me believing), "All means all and that's all all means!" That sounds logical, does it not? What else could all mean besides all?
In this call to The Narrow Path radio program, hosted by Steve Gregg, a man asks (concerning the use of the word "all" in the Bible), "Is there a difference between all and all and all?" Steve's answer reveals that sometimes all is not always all it's cracked up to be.