Resources: life in heaven
Have you ever—in prayer or corporate worship or during a walk on the beach—for a few moments experienced the very presence of God?
- Thu, Dec 10, 2009
Happiness in Heaven is based not on ignorance, but on perspective. We will be with Christ, see accurately, and live in a sinless environment. Heavenly happiness cannot be based on a fundamental ignorance of what is happening on Earth or even in Hell.
The answer is yes, at least to some extent.
In Heaven, we will recall some—likely most or all—of our lives on earth.
This is among the most controversial beliefs I’ve presented in my books, yet there’s clear scriptural evidence for it.
- Wed, Jan 06, 2010
Does a person experience emotional healing immediately upon entering God’s presence, or is it a process?
I believe that as finite human beings who will live in space and time, we will go through a never-ending process of learning in Heaven, in that we will learn MORE as time goes on (Eph. 2:7). However, 1 Cor. 13:12 seems to suggest there will be immediate clarity of vision in God’s presence.
- Thu, Jan 07, 2010
Don’t you think doing the same things we did on Earth will seem rather boring and mundane in the light of being redeemed?
Part of what we need to ask ourselves is why we would assume that we would not do many of the same things.