In sum, when things have come to a point - life-choices will be substantially (this can never be absolute, due to our mixed-nature and mixed-motives) simple, dichotomous and direct. The choices will be between God, Love, Beauty, Truth, Virtue, Harmony... and the negation of these.
Once we have people choosing against-Good, against God, consciously and with their eyes wide-open; then that will also be the situation when people will choose eternal damnation in preference to the gift of salvation and eternal life as Sons and Daughters of God - they will reject Heaven and choose to reign in their own personal Hell.
This is the end game; yet we can see that this must be carefully prepared if the situation is not to 'backfire' from the perspective of evil...
The clearer that choices become, the more likely that the mass of distracted, cloudy-minded, muddled, partly conscious and not-yet-fully-corrupted people will perceive the situation and choose Good.
So - a world of things coming to a point is also a world in which it is easier to discern Good. Much easier...
The iron fist has emerged from its velvet glove; the wolf has shrugged of his sheep's clothing. Strategic deception becomes a thing of the past.
For Men of Good intent - life becomes clear and simple - right choices are easy to recognise.
After that - it is up-to-us, each as individuals.
The undeniably clear distinction between good and evil marks the essence of "things coming to a point". The gray area dissolves; veils are lifted; masks slip away; the true natures of people and things are revealed.
Once "the point" has been recognized and acknowledged, choices between good and evil become definitive in the sense that the choices themselves immediately determine which side the choice-maker has aligned himself or herself with.
Moot points hold no water once "the point" has been recognized and acknowledged. Once good and evil are revealed with irrefutable clarity, what is there left to argue about?
For example, many people considered the current Hungarian prime minister and his government to be on "the right side" before the 2020 global totalitarian coup. I was among those people who gave the Hungarian prime minister and his government the benefit of the doubt. More precisely, I knew that the Hungarian PM - like all politicians - was rather corrupt and had a penchant for lying, but when it came to matters of fundamental importance - matters such as Christianity, mass migration, demographic decline, the family, sexual revolution and trans propaganda - the Hungarian PM and his government appeared to be on the right side.
Yes, they were sinners, but in terms of God and Creation, they were also siders.
Well, 2020 put an end to that illusion. Christians and conservatives who still believe the Hungarian PM and his government are on the right side of the spiritual war would benefit from revisiting these convictions in light of everything that has transpired since 2020. Consider the following two quotes from the much hailed Christian nationalist leader. The first pre-birdemic coup; the second is post-birdemic coup (key terms changed by me):
We regard the essence of our God-ordained responsibility in our government to be the preservation of the life outlook which on the basis of Christ's teachings has made Europe and Hungarians great, has shielded them at times of danger and helped them through spiritual, intellectual, and national crises.
- October 31, 2017
The pecking of all Hungarian citizens is inevitable. The unpecked are a threat . . . not only to themselves, but to all others as well. In the end, everyone will have to be pecked; even the anti-peckers will realize that they will either get pecked or die.
- November 19, 2021
The second quote is the same line of "none are safe until all are safe" logic being employed by nearly single leader of every single country around the world.
You could say it has become a sort of unofficial global diktat that even self-proclaimed "Christian" leaders like Hungary's pugnacious PM are more than eager to follow.