I think they are offered at some time before or during the exit from the body, as long as they spend their lives in search of truth and truly ready and willing to learn the truth.
What happens to those who never followed the teachings of your faith but were offered?
It depends on their reasons. If they were badly misled about what we believe and about us in general and about the relevant facts and had little to no opportunity to learn more accurate information, God will probably continue sending them messages of some kind in some way if they are open to truth and genuinely willing to know.
Will they be in a lake of fire, a hell, a heaven, a paradise, here in a new earth, in some limbo place, a purgatory or just in a place of nothingness?
Hell is the lake of fire. Heaven is a paradise. I don’t know how the new earth fits in but it’s in the picture somewhere. Limbo, if there is one, is a section of heaven. Purgatory is a process that goes on before heaven to prepare the soul. There will not be a place of nothingness for anyone.
Will all the people in that place be treated the same or will their actions here have them treated differently?
For those who die in a state of grace, meaning that they haven’t committed a mortal sin since their last absolution, and who have spent their lives in search of truth rather than indifferent or resistant to truth, there are many levels of reward in heaven following many different periods of purification, depending on the things we do and say here on earth and why and whether we could have known better etc. For those who die in a state of mortal sin, there are various levels of punishment depending on their actions and choices here, also within the context of what they knew and whether they could ahve done better, knew better etc. We don’t know the details and we don’t know exactly who is in hell but we do know the names of many, many thousands who made it to heaven, known as the saints.
If you could offer how and where you got beliefs from so i can chase it up would be real helpful, if it is just your personal inspiration you share that is ok too.
I pray you will all be blessed for your help.
Thank you. I got my beliefs from the Catholic Church. I took RCIA, read some of the pocket catechism and the writings of early fathers such as Irenaeus and Clement I and Justin Martyr, and have also heard lectures by priests in my parish and talked with other parishioners.
Many unusual experiences led me to Christ and through denominations and finally tot he Catholic Church, supported by experimentation, comparison with other religions I had been in before (Buddhism, Hinduism, Wicca… the usual searchings), and study of history and reasoning my way along as well as following visions, too much to put in one post.