After Jesus was crucified, his followers were devastated. However, their faith was restored when he miraculously rose from the dead three days later.
But what happened to Jesus after his resurrection? This question has intrigued Christians for centuries.
The Bible tells us that Jesus spent 40 days with his disciples after his resurrection. During this time, he appeared to them several times and taught them about the Kingdom of God.
On the 40th day, he led them out to the Mount of Olives and blessed them. Then, according to Luke 24:50-51, “he was taken up before their very eyes, and a cloud hid him from their sight.”
This event is known as the Ascension. It signifies that Jesus returned to heaven to be with God the Father. The Ascension is a vital part of Christian theology because it affirms that Jesus is not just a human being but also divine.
What Did Jesus Do in Heaven?
The Bible doesn’t give us many details about what Jesus did in heaven after his Ascension. However, we can infer several things from scripture.
Firstly, we know that Jesus is seated at the right hand of God (Mark 16:19). This signifies that he holds a position of honor and authority in heaven.
Secondly, we know that Jesus intercedes for us (Romans 8:34). This means that he acts as our mediator between us and God the Father.
Finally, we know that Jesus will return one day to judge the living and the dead (Acts 10:42). This event is known as the Second Coming and is eagerly anticipated by Christians worldwide.
In conclusion, while we don’t have all the answers about what happened to Jesus after his resurrection, we do know that he ascended into heaven and holds a position of honor and authority there. He intercedes for us and will one day return to judge the world. As Christians, we can take comfort in the fact that Jesus is alive and working on our behalf in heaven.