"Throned in Highest Bliss" was how John Milton, the Puritan poet, described Christ's glory with the Father before all creation. It equally describes the true happiness believers now have in Christ. That is what makes it a perfect summary of the Beatitudes.
Christ says His people are blessed, or happy. Yet they often struggle with feelings of guilt, lack of assurance, and deep inadequacy. They face great pressures and all too often lose their joy. This study of the Beatitudes shows them the true nature and basis of Christian happiness.
Throned in Highest Bliss explains the timeless words of the Saviour in the light of the gospel of saving grace. Only in this way can their message show how Christians' lives are blessed, not blasted and withered by the pressures of modern life. Here is the Lord's way for His people to be happy in a world of misery.