All need to be saved.
All can be saved.
All can know themselves to be saved.
All can be saved to the uttermost.
In the early 20th century, a writer summarized the Four Alls of Methodism listed above. I don’t recall when I was first exposed to them, but to this day when I hear people say “all means all,” I have to remind myself that they are not referring to this list.
For me, these four Alls still are the best short hand for the heart of Methodism.