One day, a man on FB asked me what happens if I'm wrong about everything and God is a lie, Here's my response to him. It is basically my version of Pascal's Wager:
"If the Bible is not true, then I've lived a life which, any person alive, would consider morally excellent. I'm honest, hardworking, faithful to my husband and friends, generous with my time and money to others, and by all accounts, an extremely 'good' person. My cultural footprint on this earth is above reproach and, if, when I leave this life, I simply return to dust, then I will die with honor and pride in having done my absolute best as a human being.
Now, let's suppose the Bible is TRUE. Everything changes. The Bible is God's autobiography and in it He tells us everything we need to know about Him, about His holiness, and how unholy we are because we're unable to live lives without sin. To God, our sin is filth and He will not abide with filth for all time. His current patience with mankind is a temporary thing (2 Peter 3:9) So, instead of condemning us to hell, because that's what we deserve, He made sure to teach us about our lost condition in His sight, AND He sent His only begotten Son to pay the wage we owe for our sinfulness. So, God gives us life in the first place, He deals with us honestly, informing us of consequences, just like He did Adam and Eve, but because He loves us, He sacrificed the only perfect person who ever lived.
Bottom line: if the Bible is true, anyone who has not allowed Jesus to pay their sin wage will pay their own. In a nutshell, if the Bible isn't true, I've lived an incredible life and lost nothing. If the Bible is true, I've lived an incredible life and will GAIN absolutely everything God has for me. In your case, if the Bible isn't true, you've lived your life and lost nothing. If the Bible is true, you've lived a good life and LOST everything! Your premise that Satan uses people like me to perpetuate his power is faulty because a house divided against itself will not stand. In other words, Satan would never want me outing him to anyone because that would work against his objective. Jesus used this exact defense in the book of Mark 3:25 (Also Matthew 12:22-30), when the Pharisees accused Him of working for the devil. The Bible clearly teaches that heaven is a place which waits for us, one we'll arrive at only after God passes judgment on mankind. I hope I've answered your questions. In Christian service. Madison.