Idea of the end of the world
According to essenceism, there will be no such thing as the end of the world in the sense of the physical destruction of humanity or the total destruction of our physical world, which God would have done. It is this role that some religious denominations attribute to Him as the Sovereign Judge. However, it is worth realizing that it was not for this that the Creator established the laws of nature and then break them by Himself. Specifically, He did not bring our world to life for destruction. After all, creating an environment for life for His children, He did not foresee their downfall nor did He have present evil in His plans. The Original Being is eternal, and therefore His works should also be eternal, no matter how people behave.
According to the great religions, especially those created in the Middle East, the created ideal world was destroyed by Satan and the first people not physically but spiritually. This happened without any physical disasters, so repairing damage will also happen through spiritual change. This repair is called salvation, or more precisely: the restoration of the world to the state originally foreseen by the Creator.
Many religions announce the end of the world as a total cataclysm, sometimes as the Last Judgment in the form of a global spectacle, and sometimes as the total end of an existing human civilization. Fortunately, this should not happen in a literal way, and those who are waiting for similar events make a serious mistake.
Evil, and thus evil (fallen) human civilization, has its source in the "triangle": Adam, Eve and Satan. The bad state of this configuration was created without the participation of the Creator and not His fault. God cannot repair what He did not break. That's why people must correct the bad human civilization, definitely removing from this "triangle" of Satan, and in its place introducing the Heavenly Father.
According to essenceism, the Original Being is the source of the most important values for people. The stream of love flows constantly from Him. This fact does not let us forget our Creator and gives us the power to believe in Him. This is despite the fact that it is difficult to see in moral terms that the world will become better and reduce the level of evil in it. We have offered this strength of love to the Original Being from the very beginning of creation. It is immutable as He is. It has always stimulated our life energy needed for a happy passage of physical life. In the first place, I understand the indirect presence of the Original Being in our world.
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 it will not be so will forgive me people of faith. They think that the worst of us for their evil lives and many sins will justly end up in boundless torments for perpetual hell (that is, for hell in the spiritual world). It would be the most terrible punishment for people. It would depend not only on endless suffering, but also on ultimate and eternal separation from God. It is believed by representatives of many religions and the entire humanity is threatening this phenomenon. The source of such thinking is a sense of historical justice or even a kind of satisfaction stemming from the belief that the evil deeds of people must be punished. Sometimes these "righteous" use words like: "May you be fried forever in hell!". However, it is worth considering whether the historical justice prepared by the Creator really is supposed to look like? I assure everyone that this is not the view of the Creator. This is because Heavenly Father did not create hell, and therefore He cannot be eternal. I can already hear the voices of those who find that the lack of fear of eternal damnation is very "un-educational". I understand it well. On Earth, justice is being done by people themselves. They decide on the punishments of those who do evil.
When it comes to fear, you can certainly worry about the end of the world caused by the people themselves. Especially since the invention of the atomic bomb, we have been asking ourselves questions about the possibility of a nuclear holocaust of humanity. That would be a black scenario for our civilization. Then the question arises whether such a situation would not be a failure of the Creator at the same time. This is worth considering. I do this in many places in my study.
Undoubtedly, the liquidation of evil and bringing to an end the satanic civilization is a task for us - people living on Earth and in the spiritual world. This is because we participated in the creation of evil, only we know it and only we, unlike the Creator, should take responsibility for its liquidation. The Savior can help us the most. To some extent, we can count on the support of angels. On the other hand (the bad one) we have to take into account the phenomenon of the destruction of our efforts by Satan and the creatures subordinate to him.
Adam and Eve were a "window" through which the Original Being was to connect with His children. They were replaced by Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit. They are now the "window" or the bridge between the Creator and the evil world. They and the people should participate in the end of evil. It is in the form of the end of the world that it must end sometime, because it is a transitory state, unconquered by the Original Being, which unlawfully appeared in the universe created by Him.
Thus, with the end of evil, with the end of Satan's reign and his fallen world, so-called "Eternal hell", both in the physical and spiritual world will end. It will be the end of the world, but the evil, fallen, under the dominion of Satan. At the same time, it will be the beginning of the proper world, the one under the authority of Heavenly Father, whom I call in my work Original Being.