Tuesday, March 26, 2013

How old are you in heaven? Flesh from heaven you believe this? Why people “meet” other people, what should I do?

Uncertainty by lincolngomes301: How old are you in heaven? Do you believe in a physical body in heaven? Why do people “meet” others there?

If you died really old, or crippled, would you want to live eternity out in heaven in that condition, or would you be 20 years old, or whatever age you want to be?

Or do most Christians or Catholics believe you are only in heaven in spirit.

If that is so, how do you “meet” your relatives, etc. there.

Also, what if you really couldn’t stand certain relatives, or ex husbands, etc. Do you have to see them if you don’t want to?

Not trying to be rude.

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Answer by the_answer

Is heavenly life set out in the “New Testament” as the hope for all Christians?

John 1:12, 13: “As many as did receive him [Jesus], to them he gave authority to become God’s children, because they were exercising faith in his name; and they were born, not from blood or from a fleshly will or from man’s will, but from God.” (Notice that the context, in verse 11, refers to Jesus’ “own people,” the Jews. As many of them as did receive him when he came to them in the first century became God’s children, with heavenly life in view. The verbs in the text are in the past tense, so this passage is not referring to all people who have become Christians since then).

Romans 8:14, 16, 17: “All who are led by God’s spirit, these are God’s sons. The spirit itself bears witness with our spirit that we are God’s children. If, then, we are children, we are also heirs: heirs indeed of God, but joint heirs with Christ, provided we suffer together that we may also be glorified together.” (At the time this was written it was true that all who were led by God’s spirit were God’s sons whose hope was that they would be glorified with Christ. But this had not always been true. Luke 1:15 says that John the Baptizer would be filled with holy spirit, but Matthew 11:11 makes clear that he will not share in the glory of the heavenly Kingdom. So, too, after the gathering of the heirs of the heavenly Kingdom, there would be others who would serve God as followers of his Son and yet not share in heavenly glory).

To how many does the Bible hold out hope of heavenly life?

Luke 12:32: “Have no fear, little flock, because your Father has approved of giving you the kingdom.”

Revelation 14:1-3: “I saw, and, look! the Lamb [Jesus Christ] standing upon the Mount Zion [in heaven; see Hebrews 12:22-24], and with him a hundred and forty-four thousand having his name and the name of his Father written on their foreheads. . . . And they are singing as if a new song . . . and no one was able to master that song but the hundred and forty-four thousand, who have been bought from the earth.”

Is the number 144,000 merely symbolic?

The answer is indicated by the fact that, after mention of the definite number 144,000, Revelation 7:9 refers to “a great crowd, which no man was able to number.” If the number 144,000 were not literal it would lack meaning as a contrast to the “great crowd.” Viewing the number as literal agrees with Jesus’ statement at Matthew 22:14 regarding the Kingdom of the heavens: “There are many invited, but few chosen.”

Who selects the ones who will go to heaven?

2 Thessalonians 2:13, 14: “We are obligated to thank God always for you, brothers loved by Jehovah, because God selected you from the beginning for salvation by sanctifying you with spirit and by your faith in the truth. To this very destiny he called you through the good news we declare, for the purpose of acquiring the glory of our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Romans 9:6, 16: “Not all who spring from Israel are really ‘Israel.’ . . . It depends, not upon the one wishing nor upon the one running, but upon God, who has mercy.”

What will those who go to heaven do there?

Revelation 20:6: “They will be priests of God and of the Christ, and will rule as kings with him for the thousand years.” (Also Daniel 7:27)

Daniel 7:27: “‘And the kingdom and the rulership and the grandeur of the kingdoms under all the heavens were given to the people who are the holy ones of the Supreme One. Their kingdom is an indefinitely lasting kingdom, and all the rulerships will serve and obey even them.’”

1 Corinthians 6:2: “Do you not know that the holy ones will judge the world?”

Revelation 5:10: “You made them to be a kingdom and priests to our God, and they are to rule as kings over [“on,” RS, KJ, Dy; “over,” AT, Da, Kx, CC] the earth.” (The same Greek word and grammatical structure is found at Revelation 11:6. There RS, KJ, Dy, etc., all render it “over.”)

Do those of the “great crowd” referred to at Revelation 7:9, 10 also go to heaven?

Revelation does not say of them, as it does of the 144,000, that they are “bought from the earth” to be with Christ on heavenly Mount Zion.—Rev. 14:1-3.

The description of them as “standing before the throne and before the Lamb” indicates, not necessarily a location, but an approved condition. (Compare Revelation 6:17; Luke 21:36.) The expression “before the throne” (Greek, e•no´pi•on tou thro´nou; literally, “in sight of the throne”) does not require that they be in heaven. Their position is simply “in sight” of God, who tells us that from heaven he beholds the sons of men. (Psalm 11:4; compare Matthew 25:31-33; Luke 1:74, 75; Acts 10:33)

The “great crowd in heaven” referred to at Revelation 19:1, 6 is not the same as the “great crowd” of Revelation 7:9. The ones in heaven are not described as being “out of all nations” or as ascribing their salvation to the Lamb; they are angels. The expression “great crowd” is used in a v

Answer by Pants Party II

You are exactly like you are when you die. It’s hard to walk around though because there are so many fetuses flopping around

Answer by 1saintofGod

The Bible tells us that we will all have new bodies. Now,

it may not be new and great;


if you died in sin or were a sinner when Jesus returned, You’d have an ever-dying body which


endure the


punishment pains of hell,

in a bottomless liquid pit,


with fire and brimstone;


in an


Answer by Eds


Please remember that CHRIST spoke about not having a wife/wives in Heaven and that we would be spiritual rather then having mortal bodies there. I believe that any infirmity that we have will be done away with in Heaven and we will all be as whole and complete as everyone else there. Have a great week.




Matthew 22:30 (KJV) For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.



Answer by Just Me

If you are young when you die.. you will grow up in heaven.

If you are older when you die… you will revert to looking like your around your 30′s or so… around the same age Jesus died on the cross.

The cool thing is you will have a perfect renewed body. It will not be the same as it is here on earth. You’ll be recognized, but you won’t have all the flaws you have here.

You WILL see people you know here… that got saved while alive.. but there will be no strife between you and them. You will get along and love each other’s company! There is no such thing as negativity in Heaven… so if you’re saved.. you have only GOOD to look forward to!

There are also NO DENOMINATIONS or CHURCHES in heaven. Everyone believes the same thing there.. there is no division.

You’ll have to check out “The Divine Revelation of Hell” & “The Divine Revelation of Heaven” by, Mary K. Baxter. It all coincides with what the bible says.. and is very accurate in describing detail. You can also find youtube stuff on it.. or go to “SpiritLessons.Com”.

Answer by Light and Truth

You start at the age you enter and grow or dis-grow to the Prime of your age. You meet all your relatives but you “hang out” with those you feel most comfortable with. They will be an important part of your life. Remember Satan’s miserable influence is not there so everyone around you will be doing much better.If you choose not to talk to them, you can. But you will probably learn why they acted that way in this life. Now I am describing the Spirit World which you go to at death, later a the Second Coming of Christ you are resurrected and receive a body.

Fully grasp far better?

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