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2.4.2.1 Option One: Jesus Took Paradise to HeavenThis option deserves little consideration for several reasons. First, in the New Testament, only unbelievers to go Hades (supra). Second, Old Testament believers were never in captivity to anyone after death on earth (Matthew 10:28). David wrote in Psalm 16:10 that he knew God would not abandon his soul to Sheol, nor will God allow His Holy One to undergo decay. 2The Hebrew provides: כִּ֤י לֹא־תַעֲזֹ֣ב נַפְשִׁ֣י לִשְׁאֹ֑ול לֹֽא־תִתֵּ֥ן חֲ֝סִידְךָ֗ לִרְאֹ֥ות שָֽׁחַת.”  The verb “תַעֲזֹ֣ב” as a qal imperative with the negative particle means that God will neither leave nor forsake in this context. David described the destiny of unbelievers in Psalm 16:10, not believers like himself. When combined with the context of Psalm 16:11, we know that the Psalmist actually envisioned walking the path of life while living in the presence of of God, filled with joy, and sitting at the right hand of God (Psalm 16:11). The New Testament commentary on this verse found in Acts 2:27, we see nothing about Jesus going to Hades. Acts 2:27 concerns 

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2. The Hebrew provides: כִּ֤י לֹא־תַעֲזֹ֣ב נַפְשִׁ֣י לִשְׁאֹ֑ול לֹֽא־תִתֵּ֥ן חֲ֝סִידְךָ֗ לִרְאֹ֥ות שָֽׁחַת.”  The verb “תַעֲזֹ֣ב” as a qal imperative with the negative particle means that God will neither leave nor forsake in this context.