Well done! well done!

From Spurgeon's sermon, "The People's Christ"

Behold how exalted was Christ in his ascension!

Aloft he soared--and as he went, I think I see the angels looking
down from heaven's battlements, and crying, 'See the conquering
hero comes!' while at his nearer approach again they shouted,
'See the conquering hero comes!'

So his journey through the plains of ether is complete--he nears
the gates of heaven--attending angels shout, "Lift up your heads,
you everlasting gates; and be lifted up, you everlasting doors!"

The glorious hosts within scarce ask the question, "Who is the
king of glory;" when from ten thousand thousand tongues there
rolls an ocean of harmony, beating in mighty waves of music on
the pearly gates and opening them at once,
"The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle."

Lo! heaven's barriers are thrown wide open and
cherubim are hastening to meet their monarch.

Behold he marches through the streets--
See how kingdoms and powers fall down before him!

Crowns are laid at his feet, and his Father says,
'Well done, my Son, well done!' while heaven echoes
with the shout, 'Well done! well done!'

Up he climbs to that high throne,
side by side with the Paternal Deity.