Some more helpful thoughts from Charles Spurgeon on safeguarding the proper Scriptural balance with respect to the doctrine of definite atonement. I hope you’re encouraged and edified:
“The Father’s love is not for a few only, but for an exceeding great company. ‘A great multitude, which no man could number [Revelation 7:9—11],’ will be found in heaven. A man can reckon up to very high figures; set to work your Newtons, your mightiest calculators, and they can count great numbers, but God and God alone call tell the multitude of His redeemed. I believe there will be more in heaven than in hell. If anyone asks me why I think so, I answer, because Christ, in everything is to ‘have the pre-eminence, and I cannot conceive how he could have the pre-eminence if there are to be more in the dominions of satan than in paradise.
“Moreover, I have never read there is to be in hell a great multitude, which no man could number…Christ shall be Master everywhere, and his praise shall be sounded in every land. Christ shall have the pre-eminence at last; his train shall be far larger than that which shall attend the chariot of the grim monarch of hell.” Spurgeon, A Defence of Calvinism (Banner of Truth), 21—22.