1 Timothy 4: 10 For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men, specially of those that believe. 11 These things command and teach. Now the verse states that the God in whom we trust is the Savior of all Anthropon, that mankind, all human beings. Couple that with 1 John 2:2 Christ became the appeasement for sin not for the believers only but for the whole world. We see His payment for sin brought salvation to all. But we know not all will accept Him. That is the sentence for a crime is set, laid out by the Judge, then someone steps up and says I will go in their stead. Can someone step up and serve another person's sentence? Of course, is the price for the crime met by the person who serves the sentence, yes, does that make the person who committed the offense any less guilty, of course not. We are all guilty sinners but Jesus met the cost to appease God's requirement for sin and thus He became the Appeasement, Propitiation for our sin that is as we see from 1 Timothy 4:10 those who believe, but not for us only but for all anthropon. Very clear how scripture works. Now let me write the verse as some will say God has to give one Faith, let's see how this verse would sound: For therefore we both labour and suffer reproach, because we trust in the living God, who is the Saviour of all men in which I give Faith to, specially of those that I allow to believe. That changes what was said by Paul tremendously, Paul clearly said that God is the Savior of all (mankind anthropon) especially to those who believe, you see those who believe receive the benefit of the Great Salvation Christ brings to all.