Cute and clever play on the popularity of the current Wordle meme, but this represents the core message of the renegade “apostle” (or apostate) Paul, NOT JESUS.
It was Paul, NOT JESUS, who taught salvation by faith or grace apart from how we treat our fellow human brothers and sisters — our actions — our universal compassionate love expressed actively.
In Luke 10:25-37 (the parable of the Good Samaritan), Jesus says that if you love your neighbor as yourself, YOU WILL BE SAVED. In this entirely self-contained passage, Jesus does never once mentions faith or belief. The example he uses of that love of neighbor with which you will be saved is of the NON-BELIEVING enemy, the Samaritan.
At the end of his ministry, in Matthew 25:31-46, right after his teachings in Matt 24 about the last days and just before he goes up into the “upper room” for the last supper and the beginning of “the end of things,” in his very last general teaching (so I think he meant for us to pay attention) in a fully self-contained passage, Jesus describes the final judgment. This is the only place in all of scripture where Jesus, in his mortal life, describes the final judgment, so again, I think anyone who claims to be a Christian should take it seriously.
And in this passage, Jesus says that if you show compassionate for those who are hungry, thirsty, naked, sick, in prison, strangers or all those he called “the least of these,” YOU WILL BE SAVED. Period. Again, no mention of faith or belief, or merely receiving the words that Jesus told. You have to take ACTION: feed those who are hungry or thirsty, minister to those in prison or who are sick, welcome the stranger and care for “the least of these” among us.
Paul (née Saul) was the first antichrist. He began as a persecutor of Jesus’ earliest followers, and was an accessory to the murder of the Apostle Stephen.