Glorification is sanctification’s final stage—perfected souls and spirits in bodies that are completely free of sin. Glorified bodies are given to every saint who has overcome the world by developing a holy, righteous, and Christ-like spiritual lifestyle.
Anyone who has an ear needs to hear that Christ’s overcomer is not just the run-of-the-mill kind of saint, who gets into Heaven with the smell of smoke on him or her (see 1 Corinthians 3:15). To get the heavenly rewards mentioned in Revelation chapters 2 and 3, every saint must be the spiritual conqueror (a more than a conqueror) kind of overcomer—a faithful and obedient even unto death kind of saint.
While the traditional definition of witness usually describes the testimony someone gives in court (the legal sense), a witness, in the historical sense, also is a spectator. Moreover, a witness, particularly a Christian witness, pertains to a suffering martyr—someone who experiences a violent death, AFTER proving the strength and realness of his or her Faith by bearing TESTIMONY to the Truth.
Jesus the Christ wants hurting, addicted, and defeated people, non-Christians and believers, to live lives that are in harmony with His Word. However, before they can live the God-kind of Christian lifestyle, these hurting, addicted, and defeated people first must realize that Jesus the Christ is the ONLY ONE in this world who can provide them with the proper healing method.