Hi, I think this Biblical story is made to acknowledge the new heaven and the new earth. The destruction of all ungodly people, either through a change of heart and becoming a believer or outright killed off will remove them from the earth. Once the survivors have been "saved" they repopulate the earth again naturally, Revelation 7:13-17. Since the Kingdom of the Heavens will be established at the Second Coming of Christ the people must acknowledge the rules and requirements of God in creating the world anew, Isaiah 2:2-4.
The Kingdom of the Heavens has always been invisible as God is naturally invisible, but God has decided before the founding of the world that a human form is intended to lead the kingdom, Revelation 21:2-3. This reverts the Kingdom of God back to Eve as its leader instead of a man which is why she was tested by the serpent in the first place, Genesis 3:1-5. It was always meant to be that way and it is up to the kingdom to announce this feature to humans on earth, Revelation 12:1-2. So, when we encounter the Bible speaking of the kingdom, how is it perceived?
6 For unto us a child is born; unto us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder. These will be his royal titles: “Wonderful,” “Counselor,” “The Mighty God,” “The Everlasting Father,” “The Prince of Peace.” 7 His ever-expanding, peaceful government will never end. He will rule with perfect fairness and justice from the throne of his father David. He will bring true justice and peace to all the nations of the world. This is going to happen because the Lord of heaven’s armies has dedicated himself to do it!
So, the Kingdom of the Heavens sat above the earth waiting in a literal symbolism for the government to be established at the Second Coming, Deuteronomy 18:15. This Is important because the human form that will become it leader will have to receive the kingdom invisible in outer space and step into its power as God, Matthew 24:29-30. Since the Kingdom is of the Heavens is not physically seen by humans with the naked eye, what passage in the Bible expresses the preceptive powers of the chosen ones used to see their king?
Balaam’s Last Message
15 Then Balaam gave this message:
“This message is from Balaam son of Beor.
I am speaking about things I see clearly.
16 I heard this message from God.
I learned what God Most High taught me.
I saw what God All-Powerful showed me.
I humbly tell what I clearly see.
17 “I see him coming, but not now.
I see him coming, but not soon.
A star will come from the family of Jacob.
A new ruler will come from the Israelites.
He will smash the heads of the Moabites
and crush the heads of all the sons of Sheth.
12 A funeral procession was coming out as he approached the village gate. The boy who had died was the only son of his widowed mother, and many mourners from the village were with her.
13 When the Lord saw her, his heart overflowed with sympathy. “Don’t cry!” he said. 14 Then he walked over to the coffin and touched it, and the bearers stopped. “Laddie,” he said, “come back to life again.”
15 Then the boy sat up and began to talk to those around him! And Jesus gave him back to his mother.
16 A great fear swept the crowd, and they exclaimed with praises to God, “A mighty prophet has risen among us,” and, “We have seen the hand of God at work today.”
21 “But Jesus must stay in heaven until the time when all things will be made right again. God told about this time when he spoke long ago through his holy prophets. 22 Moses said, ‘The Lord your God will give you a prophet. That prophet will come from among your own people. He will be like me. You must obey everything he tells you. 23 And anyone who refuses to obey that prophet will die, separated from God’s people.’