An interesting question! He prayed for an abundant entry into the Kingdom of God. As a child of God, he is now in the nearer presence of his Saviour whom he preached with such power and conviction. He is worshipping and adoring the Lord Jesus Christ, looking on His immaculate beauty. Do I hear him talking to Paul and Moses and Jeremiah? Do I see him prostrate before the Throne of the Ineffable? Can I hear him singing hymns of praise in that melodious Welsh male voice? Is he enjoying himself today? Yes. And he is enjoying himself primarily because he is enjoying being in the nearer presence of Christ.
Do I see him having fellowship with John Calvin and Martin Luther? He now moves over to where George Whitefield is, and with him the Wesley brothers, John and Charles. Beside them is Richard Baxter and Daniel Rowland. What a wonderful company of saints. And look, over there is John Owen now discussing with Richard Baxter, each humbled by his respective theological inaccuracies, limitations and spiritual coldness.
Jonathan Edwards comes over to DMLJ, and they start talking about Christ's glory in man's dependence on His grace for eternal salvation. Samuel Rutherford joins in as he speaks about the sheer loveliness of Christ his Redeemer. Philip Doddridge appears and sings joyfully in praise of his great Saviour. Oh, what would one not give to be there with such spiritual giants! Howell Harris and Christmas Evans and Evan Roberts are mixing with the glorified spirits in heaven, and DMLJ makes his way over towards them. Even in heaven Welshness does not seem to be eradicated.
Do I hear Cum Rhondda striking up? Yes, and Martyn is in the front row of the singers, singing his holy heart out in praise of God for His great salvation. They sing heartily and enjoy holy fellowship with each other, and with Christ.
Then there are numerous Christians there in that great company which no man can number and whose names we do not know; but they are all well known to God. He has given them the same abundant and warm welcome that the great received. And for the first time ever, they are indisputably and in reality "all one in Christ Jesus."
Oh, come, let us adore Him!