Matthew 28:19-20 “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations … teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you” To paraphrase: "Make disciples everywhere, teaching them to follow all of My commandments" It’s all about the making of obedient disciples! This has absolutely nothing to do with OSAS. OSAS says it is NOT required to be a disciple … you are saved no matter what you do. The main job of a disciple is to OBEY. Disciples do their best to obey … and when they mess up, they repent and try again. All of Jesus’ many commands agree with His exhortation … “Therefore you shall be perfect (complete, morally mature, blameless, etc.), just as your Father in heaven is perfect.” (Matthew 5:48). This ties in with God’s requirement that … You must co-operate with the Holy Spirit in your on-going sanctification process! This has nothing to do with OSAS, whose adherents call this “works salvation”. Disciples do NOT rest on their laurels … they do NOT say, “I’m good no matter what”. IMO, true obedient disciples are the only ones Jesus intends to be in heaven. Now, let’s look at what grace really is … God’s grace means “God’s unmerited favor”. The beginning of His grace is the possibility of anyone making it to heaven! Next, He gives His free gift of grace-faith-salvation (Eph 2:8-9) to some people. They receive the Holy Spirit (inside), i.e. they are born again (from above), and He remains in them forever to teach them, guide them, and convict them of their sins. God will never leave or forsake these people. However, they have free-will and may choose to forsake Him and leave the faith! Christians can do things, causing them to have “fallen from grace” (Gal 5:4, Rev 2:5). And there are many Scripture passages warning believers that they can lose eternal life. It is true that the NT is an incredible mixture of blessings, explanations, exhortations, and warnings that the blessings are conditional. .