Last Days and the End of the World
According to essenceism, there will be no such thing as the end of the world in terms of the physical destruction of humanity or the total destruction of our physical world that the Creator would have done. This is the role assigned to him by some religious denominations, adding to his activity the function of the Almighty Judge. In the meantime, it must be said that God did not create the laws of nature to break them. Specifically, He did not bring our world to life and then destroy it. By creating a living environment for His children, He did not anticipate their fall or have no current evil in His plans. God is eternal, so His works should also be eternal, no matter how people behave.
Fortunately, no such thing as the physical end of the world should take place literally, and those who say so create an imaginary god.
The ideal world initiated was destroyed by the Archangel and the first people not physically but spiritually. It happened without any physical cataclysms, so the repair of the damage should also occur through a spiritual transformation. This repair means salvation, or more precisely, restoring the world to the state originally intended by the Creator. The end time of this process can be called the Last Days, which is the end of the existence of a bad civilization.
The end of the world is most often associated with the Last Judgment and with terrible punishments for so-called sinners. I hope that my opinion that this will not be the case, will be forgiven by all those who believe that the worst of us for their bad lives and numerous sins "justly" will go to boundless torments in eternal hell (that is, to such in the world spiritual). It would be the most terrible punishment for people. It would consist not only in endless suffering, but also in the ultimate separation of the culprits from God. Representatives of many religions believe this and threaten this phenomenon to all humanity. The source of this thinking is a sense of historical justice or even a kind of satisfaction resulting from the belief that people's evil deeds must be punished. Sometimes these "righteous" use words like "may you fry forever in hell!" It is worth considering, however, whether historical justice prepared by the Creator should really look like? I assure everyone that this is not God's point of view, because hell cannot last forever. I can already hear the voices of those who say that the lack of fear of eternal damnation is very "non-pedagogical". So I remind you that evil should be settled on Earth by the courts of justice that can decide on penalties for those who do evil.
Undoubtedly, eliminating evil and bringing evil civilization to an end is a task for us - people living on Earth and in the spiritual world. This is because we participated in creating evil, only we know it and only we, unlike God, should take responsibility for its eradication. The Savior can help us the most. To some extent, we can also count on the support of angels, but the key to salvation lies in our hands. This is what all religions of the world should teach.