Summary: After Jesus went to present His blood to His Father, He sat down on the right hand of His Father.
So many of us in the body of Christ do not yet fully understand the finished work of Jesus Christ on the cross of Calvary. We need a deep revelation from the Holy Spirit to help us to grasp what Jesus did for us all. Jesus came to restore the kingdom back to us and to redeem us all from the hands of Satan, who had us captive for a very long time.
The will of the Father is to see all His children walking in the full freedom of the accomplished work of His Son Jesus Christ. But unfortunately we are not all living in our full potential because of the lies of the enemy - Satan. The bible says - Satan comes only to steal, kill and destroy but Jesus came to give us life in abundance - John 10:10.
Jesus came to save us all and this He did when He was crucified and rose again after been in the grave for three days - 1 Corinthians 15:4. Jesus paid the price in full so that we the children of God, can be reconciled back to the Father. For the Father loves us so much that He had to send His Son to die for us all. Jesus came as the Way, the Truth and the Life - John 14:6.
The only way back to the Father was Jesus and this is why the grave could not hold him down - Acts 2:24. He had to rise up from the dead, so that we can be back with our Father who created us as His children - Galatians 3:26; John 1:12; Romans 8:16.
Hebrews 9 describes the very purpose of Jesus' coming:
The Old and the New
Now even the first covenant had regulations for divine worship and for the earthly sanctuary. A tabernacle (sacred tent) was put up, the outer one or first section, in which were the lampstand and the table with [its loaves of] the sacred showbread; this is called the Holy Place. Behind the second veil there was another tabernacle [the inner one or second section] known as the Holy of Holies, having the golden altar of incense and the ark of the covenant covered entirely with gold. This contained a golden jar which held the manna, and the rod of Aaron that sprouted, and the [two stone] tablets of the covenant [inscribed with the Ten Commandments]; and above the ark were the [golden] cherubim of glory overshadowing the mercy seat; but we cannot now go into detail about these things.
Now when these things have been prepared in this way, the priests continually enter the outer [or first section of the] tabernacle [that is, the Holy Place] performing [their ritual acts of] the divine worship, but into the second [inner tabernacle, the Holy of Holies], only the high priest enters [and then only] once a year, and never without [bringing a sacrifice of] blood, which he offers [as a substitutionary atonement] for himself and for the sins of the people committed in ignorance. By this the Holy Spirit signifies that the way into the Holy Place [the true Holy of Holies and the presence of God] has not yet been disclosed as long as the first or outer tabernacle is still standing [that is, as long as the Levitical system of worship remains a recognized institution], for this [first or outer tabernacle] is a symbol [that is, an archetype or paradigm] for the present time. Accordingly both gifts and sacrifices are offered which are incapable of perfecting the conscience and renewing the [inner self of the] worshiper. For they [the gifts, sacrifices, and ceremonies] deal only with [clean and unclean] food and drink and various ritual washings, [mere] external regulations for the body imposed [to help the worshipers] until the time of reformation [that is, the time of the new order when Christ will establish the reality of what these things foreshadow—a better covenant].
But when Christ appeared as a High Priest of the good things to come [that is, true spiritual worship], He entered through the greater and more perfect tabernacle, not made with hands, that is to say, not a part of this [material] creation. He went once for all into the Holy Place [the Holy of Holies of heaven, into the presence of God], and not through the blood of goats and calves, but through His own blood, having obtained and secured eternal redemption [that is, the salvation of all who personally believe in Him as Saviour]. For if the sprinkling of [ceremonially] defiled persons with the blood of goats and bulls and the ashes of a [burnt] heifer is sufficient for the cleansing of the body, how much more will the blood of Christ, who through the eternal [Holy] Spirit willingly offered Himself unblemished [that is, without moral or spiritual imperfection as a sacrifice] to God, cleanse your conscience from dead works and lifeless observances to serve the ever living God?