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Heavens, Earth, and Man by Henryk KaiserAfter Reaching Paradise, a New Adventure Awaits Us

Will we be sent to create and administer new worlds in the outer space levels?

We do not know what the future holds for us after we have attained Paradise and joined the Corps of Finality. In the present universe age, our goal is to achieve perfection by the time we reach Paradise and then return to the seven superuniverses on service missions.

Speculation abounds in The Urantia Book about the future. When all the worlds in the seven superuniverses have been settled in perfection, will those highly trained beings who came from the evolutionary planets be sent into the uninhabited outer space levels to help create and administer new worlds? Will a new universe age dawn beyond the boundaries of the known universe? Will the former humans become servers of the new realms?

In eternity, we shall fully understand the plans the loving Creator Parent has for us. Today, we can be assured that the Paradise Father loves each one of his earth children.

"Do not allow the magnitude of the infinity, the immensity of the etemity, and the grandeur and glory of the matchless character of God to overawe, stagger, or discourage you; for the Father is not very far from any one of you; he dwells within you, and in hirn do we all literally move, actually live, and veritably have our being." ~ The Urantia Book, 12:7.12

"There is a great and glorious purpose in the march of the universes through space ... We are all part of an immense plan, a gigantic enterprise..." ~ The Urantia Book, 32:5.1

"The goal of eternity is ahead! ... The race for perfection is on! whosoever will may enter, and certain victory will crown the efforts of every human being who will run the race of faith and trust..." ~ The Urantia Book, 32:5.8

"I believe that man will not merely endure: he will prevail. He is immortal, not because he alone among creatures has an inexhaustible voice, but because he has a soul, a spirit capable of compassion and sacrifice and endurance." ~ William Faulkner
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