I’ve finally gotten around to doing some more research on Heaven and embyrology. I’m currently studying Heaven using Puritan preacher Richard Baxter’s book ‘The Saints’ Everlasting Rest’. He says: All good is comprised in God, and all the good in the creature is just drops of this ocean. In the same way, all the glory of the blessed is comprised in their enjoyment of God, and if there are any secondary joys they are just drops from this. If human beings and angels tried to put the blessedness of that state in a word, what could they say other than that it is the closest enjoyment of God? Say, ‘They have God,’ and you say ‘they have all that is worth having.’ Amen to that!