The term: "Heavenly conversation" pertains to our relationship with God and how the relationship governs all our activities and affairs here on this earth. Literally, it means that we are to be governed by The Word of God and all of its precepts, principles, and authority. (Power) All of our rights and privileges that we enjoy here are heavenly and are eternal in nature.
Jesus as our great High Priest sits at the right hand of God in heaven interceding in our behalf, and through the power of the Holy Spirit, we are now guided to live according to biblical standards and principles, promoting holiness as a way of life and living in that same holiness and godliness while here on this earth. God is at hand. He’s a very present help in the time of trouble, so there are several things we can do right now to properly respond to his presence.
First, we can rejoice in the Lord.
We can truly rejoice in the Lord. We can rejoice by giving thanks to him in all things.
Second, we are to stand fast in the Lord.
Ephesians 6:3 says to put on the whole armor of God that we may be able to stand in the evil day, standing after doing all we can to stand.
Third, we are to be of one mind in the Lord.
We are to be single minded in Christ. We are to be of one accord and with one accord.
God is the final authority in our lives and he alone determines the outcomes in all of our life’s matters and affairs, so it behooves us to live our lives according to his standards, knowing that we are now not our own but we have been bought with the price of Jesus’ very blood.
Jesus shed for us on Calvary when he was beaten and whipped bloody, as well as when he hung bleeding, dying on Calvary’s cross. It means that we are crucified with Christ and we are to crucify our flesh daily from its affections and lusts, knowing that one day we will cease to live here on this earth but will live in eternity with Jesus Christ when that day comes. On that day, we will be raised from corruption and put on in corruption, raised from mortality and put on immortality. We are to emphasize “spiritual” things and not “earthly” things and aspire to please the Lord in everything we do, think and say.
May the Lord bless you real good!