Perhaps just a further comment. I believe that in the overwhelming majority of the earlier brethren of the 19th century, you will not find that the position of any believer in Christ, as justified before God, will be compromised in any way, with respect to the marriage supper, or reigning with Christ during the millennium. Of course, at the Bema there will be reward or loss, but certainly nothing bordering on exclusion or remorse. Passages like Heb 12:14, for example, have caused much harm because of errant exegesis. But certainly, there are many verses of reproof, rebuke and exhortation that serve as serious warnings to the true believer. But the prize of the high calling of God in Christ Jesus is what Paul exhorts all believers to be "thus minded" - to attain to the resurrection and our likeness to Christ in glory.