Learn about The work and office of the holy angels here on earth and in paradise :
This silence has often been observed by earthly writers. I ask you to refer to Herbert Luckock’s writings for perhaps the best condensation of the different arguments, from an earthly view-point. What follows here is from the dictation of Uriel and is from the Heavenly.
The answer is very plain.
Christ primarily came to teach mankind that the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of Moses, in whose seat were Scribes and Pharisees, was not a God of the dead but of the living; that this God was His Father, a Father of Mercy and Love as well as of Justice; that He was the Christ the Son of the Living God and the living fulfillment of the Promised Messiah. That was the burden of His message. He came to teach mankind their ability to enter the Kingdom through His Life, Death and Resurrection; to teach the ways and means of entering the Kingdom, and that man must do his part by living the higher life which He preached and lived.
In those three brief years of earth life there was no time or indeed necessity to speak in detail of Paradise, and tell man of the Heavenly Dominions of His Father. He had another mission. To tell mankind of man; his opportunities and his sins; to purify their thoughts. And He came as man with the same body with all its ability to suffer pain and to be tempted in all points like ourselves. If the Messiah had come, as they indeed expected, not as man but a glorified spirit, wearing the mantle of God, while the Jews might have accepted Him, His teaching would not have fallen upon fertile ground. No, His very acceptance of all conditions that hampered man is His passport for His great claim that as man and God He flung aside the barriers between man and God, for He showed that we should have redemption, if only we had belief. If He had taught them of Paradise as the mind of man imagines it He would have obscured the principal object for which He was sent on earth.