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Hyper-Calvinism is the belief that God saves the pick through His sovereign will with little or no use of the way of bringing about salvation (for instance, evangelism, preaching, and prayer for the lost). For an unbiblical fault, the Hyper-Calvinist over-emphasizes God's sovereignty and under-emphasizes guy's responsibility in the work of salvation. A clear outcome of this is the Hyper-Calvinist has hardly any, if any, desire to evangelize the lost. On the other hand, if he does, he will not make a bid to convince the unbeliever to the saving faith of Jesus Christ. Most churches or denominations that hold to Hyper-Calvinistic theology are characterized by coldness, and a lack of assurance of religion. There's little emphasis on God's passion for the lost and His own people but instead an unbiblical and damaging emphasis upon God's sovereignty, His election of the rescued, and His anger for the lost. The gospel of this Hyper-Calvinist is a statement of God's salvation of the elect and His damnation of those missing. The Bible clearly teaches that God is sovereign over the whole universe in Daniel 11:35 вЂњAnd all the inhabitants of the earth are reputed as nothing: and he doeth according to his will in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth: and none can stay his hand , or say unto him, what doest thou?вЂќ The Bible emphasizes GodвЂ™s sovereignty in his motivation for rescuing the missing is love (Ephesians 1:4-5, John 3:16, 1 John 4:9-10) and that God's way of saving the lost is the proclamation of His Word (Romans 10:14-15). The Bible also states that the Christian is commanded to become more fervent and unwavering in his/her sharing with unbelievers; as ambassadors for Christ, we are to beg for people to be reconcil...