No New Salvations
A unique element bound to the Great Consummation and He Who Lets (the Restrainer) is the idea of no new salvations once the Great Consummation begins. During the time frame when Jesus or He Who Lets is taken out of the way, humanity will no longer have access to the saving power of Jesus Christ. Those who are currently saved can retain their salvation as long as they remain faithful to Christ, enduring either to their deaths or to the Rapture of the Body of Christ. For Jesus is taken out of the way during this period and there is salvation through no other than Jesus Christ. The Tribulation Period of the Great Consummation is a trial by faith designed to separate true Christians from pseudo-Christians. Unfortunately, anyone who does not seek salvation by the time Jesus is taken out of the way will never obtain salvation. It is not part of God’s plan to bring new believers into the Body of Christ while the trials of the Tribulation Period are underway. Those who are currently saved can maintain their salvation by enduring to the end of the Tribulation Period and the Rapture.  Those Christians who receive the Mark of the Beast or bow down and worship him or his image will irreparably lose their salvation, according to Revelation 14:9–12.
An area of scripture that thoroughly confirms this concept is Joel 1:1–20, which provides sound support indicating no new salvations will take place during the Tribulation Period of the Great Consummation. Bear in mind, as with much of the End Times information, this message had been hidden since before the time of Christ and only recently released through divine revelation.
Salvation comes through Jesus Christ and Him alone. If the spirit of Jesus has been removed from the face of the earth as John 9:3-4 suggests, so has the availability for salvation (Acts 4:12, 2 Timothy 2:10).
Remember, Jesus fulfilled the following four edicts found in Daniel 9:24 in order to provide salvation to the world. Jesus finished the transgression, made an end of sin, reconciled iniquity, and brought in everlasting righteousness (Acts 4:12, Philippians 1:19–21, 1 John 5:6–12, Romans 10:9–13). These verses outline why there is salvation through no other. It is for these reasons Jesus is salvation making reconciliation possible.
Coupled with a confession of the heart is the sworn utterance from the individual’s mouth stating publically that Jesus is now the Lord and Master of his or her life (Romans 10:9–13). There is no other method of salvation than through the name and power and deeds of Jesus Christ. Salvation in no other!
 Acts 4:12.
 Matthew 10:16–23, Matthew 24:8–13, Mark 13:11–13, Luke 21:22, and Revelation 3:5, “He that overcomes, the same shall be clothed in white raiment; and I will not blot out his name out of the book of life…”
 Revelation 14:9–12, “… If any man worship the beast and his image, and receive his mark…”
 See chapter 15, subsection “Joel” for more information on this revelation.
 Romans 10:10, “For with the heart man believes unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation.”