Over a century ago, Benjamin B. Warfield, principal and professor at Princeton University (then College), wrote out a "brief and untechnical statement" of personal faith. His last paragraph (#24) was as follows:
“I believe that if I die in Christ, my soul shall be at death made perfect in holiness and go home to the Lord, and when He shall return in His majesty I shall be raised in glory and made perfectly blessed in the full enjoyment of God to all eternity; encouraged by which blessed hope, it is required of me willingly to take my part in suffering hardships here as a good soldier of Christ Jesus, being assured that if I die with Him I shall also live with Him, if I endure, I shall also reign with Him. And to Him, my Redeemer, with the Father, and the Holy Spirit, Three Persons, one God, be glory forever, world without end, Amen, and Amen.”
Is this something you and I can also affirm?
Image: from Warfield's grave in Princeton Cemetery.