Certainly no one will be saved from hell, sister Truelight
Hell is eternal, so no one can be saved from hell if they are in that state after their particular judgement. We do not know and cannot judge the salvation of any human soul nor do we know if any particular being is in hell (with the exception of the fallen angels and Satan).
God has a universal will to save all people but he has no necessity of saving everyone, being bound by no created thing. In addition, he respects our freewill and volition to freely choose hell.
Nevertheless, I believe that God’s mercy is equal to his justice and have the hope that, ultimately, “God will be all in all” and that he will see into the very deepest heart of all people, to their substance, and thereby grant salvation to all - since he knows men better than they know themselves.
Human beings judge by what they can see, we cannot really enter deep into the mind of people, nor can we discern the secret movements of their heart.
What is impossible to human understanding, is not impossible to God. In his plan of salvation he may work a “great deed” that will restore all things to himself.
I do not believe that universal salvation is, can be or ever should be taught doctrinally since it would inevitably undermine the very real possibility of rejecting God’s grace and consigning oneself to hell.
However, I personally have hope - and to a certain extent “the belief” but not the certainity - that all human beings will be reconciled to God and not suffer the pain of hell.
I understand why my difficulty in expressing this belief could lead others to think that I am denying eternal hell, which I am not.
Julian of Norwich herself admitted that she failed to fully understand her “lord’s meaning” ie how hell is a true reality and eternal and yet all “shall be well”.
God’s mercy is beyond our comprehension. He knows the deepest secrets of all hearts, can discern interior ignorances, barriers and blockages to truth not even apparent to oneself; and can discern hidden implicit depths of faith or contrition that may not be apparent even to the individual.
I am hopeful that no one will ultimately suffer eternal hell because God will work a “great deed” from all eternity, outside time to restore all things, and judge humanity by their substance or essential being (ie all will go through purification/purgatory).
I am not certain of this since I believe in the very real possibility of sundering oneself eternally from the grace of God, and I apologize for the ambiguity of my language.