31. Hence it may be evident that the Lord is heaven not only in general with all there, but also in particular with every individual there. For every angel is a heaven in its least form, and from these heavens, which are as many as there are angels, heaven in general is constituted. That this is the case may be seen in the work HEAVEN AND HELL (n. 51-58). This being so, let no one cherish the erroneous idea that first enters the thought of many that the Lord is present in heaven among the angels, or that He is with them like a king in his kingdom. In respect to their sight He is above them in the Sun there, but in respect to their life of love and wisdom He is in them.