Since the scriptures cannot be broken (Jn 10:35), everyone will be judged according to what they had done as recorded in the books (Rev 20:12).
When Jesus overcame the world of Physical Israel, he created twelve tribes through his twelve disciples, who will sit on twelve thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel (Lk 22:28-30). They became the foundation of the holy city of New Jerusalem when they were martyred for the sake of the word (Rev 21:10-20). Revelation prophesies the end of the age in which the sun, moon and stars darken and fall (Rev 6). After this judgment takes place, 144,000 people are sealed from the twelve tribes and the great multitude in white is created on this earth (Rev 7). The 144,000 people are the firstfruits that are harvested; they are the priests of God’s kingdom (Rev 5:9-10). The great multitude in white are the people of God’s kingdom (Rev 7:13-14). In the end of the age, who can be saved apart from these priests and people? Anyone who does not belong to the twelve tribes is a gentile that will be consumed after the millenium (Rev 20).
The twelve tribes created in the New Testament and the twelve tribes of the martyrs in the spiritual world unite to reign with Christ for a thousand years (Rev 20:4-6). Because this organization is God’s kingdom on earth, those who persecute it as a source of heresy are, in fact, heretics themselves. Anyone who is not one of the firstfruits who belongs to the twelve tribes described in Rev 7 and Rev 14 must repent and wash their robes in order to enter the holy city (Rev 22:14). There is only one promised pastor in this world (Rev 12, Rev 10, Rev 21:7). We must lay down our pride to find the pastor promised in the New Testament so that we can see, hear, and believe.