Jesus never said what you claim.<quoted text>
The problem is that when you start teaching that those works are essential to your salvation, you are denying the grace of Jesus Christ:
Jesus never even came close to saying anything you claim as your interpretation of what he said.
Your problem is you don't want to accept the fact that Jesus taught that works were an essential part of our salvation as faith was an essential part of our salvation.
You don't want to accept that teaching from Jesus himself. It was Jesus's teaching, not any one's else. Call him a liar all you want but that will always be to your own judgement time when you face him.
The following from a Christian minister on the web...
From (just)the Gospel of Matthew, here’s a list of all the things that Jesus told us TO DO (that deals with our salvation).
Worship the Lord and serve him only. Mt 4:10
Repent. Mt 4:17
Follow me. Mt 4:19
Shine your light before me and do good deeds. Mt 5:16
Your righteousness must surpass the Pharisees Mt 5:20
Settle matters quickly. Mt 5:25
Give to those who ask, and don’t turn away from those who want to borrow from you. Mt 5:42.
Love your enemies and pray for those who persecute you. Mt 5:44
Give to the needy. Mt 6:2
Pray. Mt 6:5
Forgive people who sin against you. Mt. 6:14 & 18:35
Fast from food once in awhile. Mt 6:16
Treat people the way you’d like to be treated. Mt 7:12
Enter through the narrow gate. Mt 7:13
Do God’s will. Mt 7:21
Acknowledge Jesus before men. Mt 10:32
Honor your father and mother. Mt 15:4 & 19:19
Be humble. Mt 18:4
Confront the person you have a conflict with. Mt 18:15
Love your neighbor as yourself. Mt 19:19 & 22:39
Serve everyone. Mt 20:26-28 & 23:11
Love God with all your heart, soul and mind. Mt 22:37
Feed, clothes, visit and invite in the poor and needy. Mt 25:35
Make disciples and baptize them. Mt 28:19