Bible verse shows SoG is not "Jesus"

Note: SoG is the Son-of-God - ed.

The Apostle Peter is reported as saying (in what is now the Bible's Acts 10:34)—
"Of a truth I perceive [is] that God is no respecter of persons."
This is affirmed by Paul in Romans 2:11, where is said that—
 "God is no respecter of persons." 
Both knew that God did not play favorites with humans, and that no King, Emperor or even a succession of Popes will ever have God's special attention.

Those two reports lay the groundwork for negating Jews as God's special 'chosen people,' and it speaks against all future races and endeavors from having any special relationship with God -- such as now do the Christians, Hebrews and Muslims proclaim of themselves.

What the bible originally documented was the miracle of God's Chief Angel arriving to rescue all who wanted to return to his heaven—that miracle being the salvation given mankind.

So do not confuse one with the other, because the Son-of-God IS a respecter of those who give up Lucifer's earth for heaven’s authority. And will bring us back to God as a result.

Having noted of who God is and how His Chief Angel created this universe for Lucifer to play in, the Son-of-God, by future actions, overturned and now commands Lucifer's control over the earth. He did this by creating a loophole for remorseful fallen angel avatars—such as many of us—to return to heaven by himself having entered hell as a human sacrifice, only then to leave it and return to God's side.    

These notes pivot on this bible verse, where the true Son-of-God is not the "Jesus Christ" character that the church teaches, because he says so in the Bible's Matthew 7:21—
“Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven… “Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? And in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?“And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.
It’s a scary passage showing that there is indeed a false ‘son-of-god’ for people to acclaim and name-drop, and that there will be false prophecies and magic substituting for miracles of God and that the majority of people attuned to this false savior will not enter heaven at the end of days – to their stunned horror. Maybe.

The passage conveys that those believing themselves as worthy of God because of their actions—and not their hearts—will be turned away from heaven. For that verses show that the real Son-of-God is most certainly NOT the popular Jesus character, and that most of those whose religious belief is in the combined worldwide churches, "Jesus," may grievously be fooling themselves.

But, within one's heart is the prize -- that if any have indeed accepted the true Son-of-God even by a false name and religious lifestyle not of God, and yet that one so values the Son-of-God that he's accepted their heartfelt desire for him - then yes, they will return to heaven. Such is the majesty of the Godhood.