You may want to clarify those statements
Are you saying the engine won’t even crank over . . . ?
If so, your engine may be frozen. Verify if you can even turn it over using a long 1/" drive breaker bar, and the appropriate sized socket
Or are you saying the engine will crank over, but won’t catch?
Exactly how have you verified your fuel pump isn’t working properly? Have you measured power and ground directly at the pump? Have you teed in a fuel pressure gauge? AFAIK, you can remove the rear seat bench easily, and access the fuel pump electrical connectors. That would definitively answer the question, as to whether the fuel pump does in fact have good power and ground. Did the fuel in the tank smell like turpentine? If so, there’s a good chance the fuel pump is toast. Did you wind up draining the tank, or did you just add fresh fuel to whatever was still in the tank?
As for spark, how did you verify good spark? Did you hold a spark plug to ground, as many people do, but which isn’t a complete and accurate test? Or did you use an actual spark tester? If so, was the spark extremely bright blue? It should be. A pathetic orange spark isn’t going to cut it.