Just my opinion. Of course others will have theirs. On that great day of the Lord, who will fare the best and who will get the worst deal. Best #1, Worse #6.
1. Saints of Christ, the elect of God, the chosen ones who have eternal assurance of salvation. Disciples, prophets, those converted on the day of Pentecost [excluding those like Judas Iscariot and Annanias and Sapphira]. These will rule with Christ in the millennial reign. Some will escape judgment. [Paul's Group 1 in 1 Cor 3]
2. Christian Saints who have lived average lives, have not committed grevious sins but have not done great things either. Their faith saves them [Pauls Group 2 in 1 Cor 3]
3 Publicans and sinners who have repented and lived righteously and in keeping with Christ's commandments. .. Verily I say unto you, That the publicans and the harlots go into the kingdom of God before you.(Matthew 21:31 KJV)
4 . Others, who do not live by any law, but by the law written in their hearts [Romans 2]
5. Christian Saints who have reverted to a life of sin and have rejected Christ by their grevious sins. They were given everything,
tasted of the heavenly gift,
made partakers of the Holy Ghost,
tasted the good word of God,
powers of the world to come,
they would be in a worse off position than before they accepted Christ. [Hebrews 6, II Peter 2 & Pauls Grp 3 in 1 Cor 3]]
6. False teachers and false prophets. Those are those who for whatever reason or motive, mislead the innocent and gullible. They speak negatively about the commandments of Christ, and promote mouth worship and lip service to God.
Assurance of salvation and guaranteed eternal life is for Group 1. These are those who will meet the Lord in the air. All others will face judgement. Group 5 is in a particularly sticky situation. These are the Judases and the Annanias and Sapphiras of this world, who shame Christ and crucify him over and over by a life of sin.
Just my opinion, so far. Subject to change as more information on the teachings of Christ and the Apostles are digested and understood.