THOSE WHO ARE TO BE SAVED FROM
Only The Christ Michael our Lord has been given the power of judging by God as to whether a human soul is to be saved from earthly life to spirit immortality. Our Lord's requirements are clearly set out in the book of Matthew 25:31-46. But while many may recall deeds of a goodly nature that they believe may help save them, what is the basis of the Lord's Judgement?
People will be judged by the Spirit of the Lord's Judgement according to the way they treated The Christ's anointed brothers while on earth. It does not depend on how they treated anyone else, but how they treated these anointed messengers of heavenly knowledge of the Kingdom of God through His Son.(1 John 2:27
Earthly life is for the purpose of being created in one's spirit. It is the prerequisite for acceptance into the heavenly Kingdom of God and His love. Despoilers will not inherit heavenly spirit life. Sadly, people may have served His Kingdom interests initially, but went on to mistreat one of The Christ's anointed brothers and obstruct their work. (Matt 25:41-46).
For example, members of the sect falsely calling themselves Jehovah's Witnesses have knocked on many doors searching for new converts like themselves, but have proven unwilling to help The Christ's anointed brothers. (Matt 23:13,15). In fact, during the "appointed times", apostate JWs "trampled" on these Kingdom heirs by various evil acts of ostracism until they had usurped their God-given authority and freed themselves from the spiritual "restraint" of faithful anointed ones. (2 Thess 2:6-8. Rev 11:2).
While the majority of mankind may never have met an anointed son of God, they are aware of the Word of God through His Son The Christ Michael. But they refuse to accept sufferings and persecution for righteousness' sake as a result of upholding Kingdom principles. (Matt 5:10,11). That is why very few will be saved: "The lost outnumber the saved as a wave exceeds a drop of water." (2 Esdras 9:14-16 NEB).
Isaiah 60:15 describes the condition of saved ones just before the world is judged, as those "left entirely and hated, with nobody passing through." (NWT). This means they will not be members of church congregations.
As for the wealthy ones among mankind, they will not be saved into the glories of heavenly life, as they knowingly chose an undemanding and selfish way of life, without tribulation or poverty or the testing and refining of their spirits toward their spirit creation. However, there is hope for those who give all their riches to the poor. (1 Tim 6:17-19). As for those who are determined to be rich, they fall into many temptations and senseless and hurtful desires. (1 Tim 6:9,10).
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