"Being then made FREE from sin, ye became the Servants of Righteousness" Romans 6:16-18, 22
Jesus Christ came to set the captive free. Christ never once winked at sin, or condoned sin, or minimized sin in ANY way. Christ did not come to throw stones at sinners. He came to judge hypocrites and unclothe the selfrighteous. And, undoubtedly, as we have noted in the Four Gospels...Christ never said an unkind word to any sinner who was willing to believe and receive pardon.
"Jesus answered them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, Whosoever committeth sin is the servant (or slave) of sin. The servant abideth not in the house for ever: but the Son abideth ever. If the Son, therefore, shall make you FREE, ye shall be FREE indeed." John 8:34-36
In the days when Christ was here on earth there was a division among the people because of Jesus. There was even a greater division after His death and resurrection in the days of the Apostles. There is a still greater division in the world today because of Jesus.
The Seventh Trumpet in Revelation 11:15 is NOT the "last Trump," of 1 Cor. 15:51-52, and it is NOT the "last Trump," absolutely either, but ONLY relatively; for it is only the last of the particular series of seven seen in Revelation.