Most people have no concept of to whom they owe debts of gratitude. They are accustomed to living life in a gratitude bubble, accepting acts of gratitude due them, and never genuinely thinking of to whom they owe the same. In the context of eternity, there are three to whom the utmost gratitude is owed. Gratitude is owed to Jesus Of Nazareth whose sinless life and death on a cross empowered us to pursue the promise of a healed soul. Without him, our soul would have no hope of ever seeing even the gates of eternity. We would be condemned at birth. It was his blood shed on the cross that healed our souls and gave us the hope of eternal life.
A debt of gratitude is also owed to the Father in heaven, El Elohim, who every day took charge of our spirits so that our spirits would not also become corrupted by the devil in the manner that our bodies were corrupted. Without him, our eternal spirits would have been relegated to eternal hell, and heaven would cease to exist. A third debt of gratitude is owed to God's woman of Revelation who showed us how to cleanse our hearts by connecting with God's eternal Holy Spirit. Without her, our hearts would have remained as filthy as the day we were created in the womb. Without her, the unborn fetus, the young child, and all adults would be seeking eternity while still clothed in filthy rags.
It is she who showed us how to cleanse our hearts so that our light can shine throughout the universe. It is she to whom the greatest debt is owed and the greatest sacrifice is due, for it was she who set the devil racing against time with such ferocity that he lost his footing, slipped, and was caught up in an ether above time. There he will remain for the millennium, together with his six friends to whom he gave his spirit. And it was she who sent him packing when he tried to intercept the Lord's descent. When eternity's gates are opened, she'll be the third to enter, for she's the one who captured the hearts of all who came behind.
The Lord God Jesus Of Nazareth