Just because what you say is right doesn’t mean you’ll be listened to. Until time proves you right, no one will bother listening to a word you say. By then you’ll probably be long gone. And someone out of madness will try to credit you posthumously, as if that makes any proportion of difference whatsoever by then.
“After he was raised from the dead, his disciples recalled what he had said. Then they believed the scripture and the words that Jesus had spoken.” (John 2:22)
“If what he said will pass doesn’t come to pass, stone him”. Isn’t that what the law said? They surely stoned Jesus into his grave. His resurrection was the only posthumous recognition that was of any value to him.
“After he suffers, he will see the light that leads to life. And he will be satisfied. My godly servant will make many people godly because of what he will accomplish. He will be punished for their sins. So I will give him a place of honor among those who are great. He will be rewarded just like others who win the battle. That is because he was willing to give his life as a sacrifice. He was counted among those who had committed crimes. He took the sins of many people on himself. And he gave his life for those who had done what is wrong.”” (Isaiah 53:11-12)