Grace (not law) unto you, and peace (not confusion),
from God our Father and the Lord Jesus Christ.
NO. You're still mingling "contrary" things, which cannot co-exist in peace, and only mingle to make an oxy-moron; Which God is not, and you should not be either. God is not the author of confusion, but of peace. So let's review some things to help bring clarity.
Point #1: There is no partiality with God. So it's either all saved or none saved; All inclusive or all exclusive. Furthermore all inclusive is only plausible by grace void of law, since grace + law is saved + destroyed; Due to being blessed + cursed = accursed. Since grace always is, and law was added, the only plausible mixture is grace + law (added), which becomes life + death (added). Hence the only way for any, and all, to be saved only, is by grace void of law. Hence Christ is the end of the law, and Christ would not receive the "mingled drink", which is allegory for Christ would not receive grace + law, because grace + law would be blessed + cursed, which is saved + destroyed, which is life + death. Such would require resurrection to be alive, but resurrection of the dead includes resurrection of damnation (law), which would continue damning all. Furthermore it would make him God of the dead, and he is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living.
Point #2: By the curse of the law in Deuteronomy (which all the people said amen to twelve times) if any try and fail to keep all the law all the time, unto a thousand generations, it's all cursed; Not just the person who tried and failed. Furthermore if you fail to keep any jot or tiddle of law it's as if failing to keep all the law, and the penalty is death. Obviously some tried and failed to keep all the law, so law becomes a mission impossible; Especially since inexcusable law not only imputes sin, but unpardonable sin, which hath never forgiveness, neither in this world nor the to come. So it is written as in Adam all die: 1Cor 15; Which is allegory for as in Law all die. For the using of laws all perish. So touch not, taste not, handle not any law: Col 2:20-22.
Point #3: The Adamic God is plural: them all and us all; Also partial to us: provided some better thing for us than for them. This plural God concluded all in unbelief to have mercy on all; But such is two alls, one too many alls. Furthermore it would be all dead first, and all alive after. Such would make this God the God of the dead. But we are told the only true God is not the God of the dead, but the God of the living. So we leave this plural God to go on unto the God of the living.
It's "allegory" in both "covenants", and "mystery" to solve in time; So allegoric mystery with lots of twists to it; requiring thinking on your part to solve it, by connecting all the biblical dots. For escape is by giving more earnest heed to what's said, and escape is either for all or none at all, since there is no partiality with God. So dividing goats and sheep, destroying goats and saving sheep, is as having partiality to sheeple, which is not Godly.
Furthermore if no man is justified by the law: Gal 3, and sacrifice is by the law: Heb 10, then it reasons no man is justified by sacrifice; Especially if told God will have mercy, and not sacrifice, and the not part of such is not then, not now, not ever. Why? Because I will have mercy and not sacrifice, means I will have grace and not law, which means I will salvation and not destruction, which means I will have life and not death. Thereby God cannot die, and because God (Grace) cannot lie (law).
The GRACE of our Lord Jesus Christ [is] with you all. Amen.