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- In your presence there is fullness of joy;… - Mark Alan Williams
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The Spirit World, Our Next Home
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In union with Christ by faith looking to Jesus and asking to be with Him in His Kingdom , we go immediately to a blissful place upon our death. We leave this world of sin and misery behind us.
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And we go into a more glorious communion with Christ, face-to-face with our blessed Redeemer. These thoughts have me thinking again of Psalm This verse proclaims something we no doubt experience as we approach God in personal and family worship.
In your presence there is fullness of joy;… - Mark Alan Williams
But we will experience this joy so much more when we leave this earth and immediately enter paradise: This is why Paul, who actually got an unusual glimpse of paradise first hand 2 Corinthians To be with Christ in the presence of the Holy Father, even waiting for our resurrected bodies on the Last Day, is far better than being here, beloved. To be next to Christ in His flesh, is far better than slowly dying here in our own corrupted flesh.
It makes me think of what one of my daughters spontaneously proclaimed in family worship one evening around the dinner table a while back after we talked about what heaven would be like: