ONLY THE HOLY ONES (SAINTS) AND THE ONES WHO BELIEVE THAT JESUS IS JEHOVAH GOD (John 8:24) ARE ELIGIBLE FOR THE GRACE OF GOD ACCORDING TO THE VARIOUS COMMANDMENTS OF HOLINESS AND OF ZERO SIN OF Ezekiel 33:13, Romans 10:9-11, Leviticus 20:7-8.
Think about it: Jesus may not take a bunch of sinners (disobedient on earth) to the holy Father in Heaven.
In the Prayer of Jehovah (the LORD) in Matthew 6, Jehovah teaches, "Your will be done on earth as in heavens". If the will of God must be also be done on earth, how would Jesus give a pass to those who did not do one will of God, in plain disregard of His order?
Can we think of Jesus telling God Father that His bar of holiness happens to be too high for the sinners because they can never attain a state of full obedience?
If Nathanael was perfect (John 1:49) as well as His holy Prophets, why can we not become perfect as Jesus God ordered it in Leviticus 20:7-8 and as Peter reminded us in Peter 1:15-16?
Jesus grants us His Grace is only when we pass the confession and the holiness exams with 100% not 99.999999999% because nothing less than 100% in heaven is sin (disagreement).