Correspondence: Accomplishment of Salvation; Saints in Heaven; 1 John 1:6-7

1 John 1:6-7
Question 30: Did the Lord actually go down to the place of the imprisoned, antediluvian race, to preach to them (or announce) the accomplishment of salvation? J. H. J.
The Lord Jesus, when He died on the cross, went to His Father to whom He commended His spirit. He was absent from His body, present with His Father. The ascension of Christ is when body and spirit, united in resurrection, ascended up to the Father, a glorified Man.
Question 31: Will all the saints who die get a place with Christ in heaven?
Answer: All the saints who have died are counted in the first resurrection, and will reign with Christ.
Revelation 7 is a picture of blessing on the earth, there is no resurrection in that chapter.
Answer: Walking in darkness is distance from and ignorance of God. It is the position and character of the unconverted.
Walking in the light, is our position as brought to God, who is light. We have been in His presence where our sins and our self-will have been exposed and dealt with. And since that is our position in the light, we who have been there, have like feelings, we have fellowship with one another as once guilty, but now cleansed. So it adds, “And the blood of Jesus Christ, His Son, cleanseth us from all (or every) sin.”
It is not speaking here of the time of its application to us, but of its efficacy as the only thing that can cleanse away sins, we are cleansed by it.
To walk in the light as God is in it; to have fellowship one with another; and to be cleansed from all sin by the blood; are three parts of Christian position, and not behavior.
None of us walk according to the light fully, but it is our responsibility to do so.