All will be raised from the dead at the Second Coming. However, God will judge us all, and sort us out as righteous or unrighteous.
O God of spirits and all flesh, who trampled down death and crushed the devil, ... Lord, give rest to the soul of Your servant N., ... in a place of light, a place of green pasture, a place of refreshment, whence pain, grief and sighing have fled away
This is a precious and true thought, but (to us Protestants) it seems superfluous to pray for it, because the prayer identifies the departed as one of God's servants, and therefore such rest in Paradise while he or she awaits the resurrection of the body is guaranteed anyway. There is no need to pray for what is already in possession.
Pardon, O God, as You are good and love mankind, every sin committed by him/her in word or deed or thought,
Again, this has already happened, if the departed is numbered amongst God's servants.
We therefore make prayer or thanksgiving for these things, in this life, but once the person has departed and is "with Christ, which is far better," prayer for the granting of such blessings is superfluous.
(And now this conversation must end or be suspended, for I must needs go out. Thank you for your thoughts.)