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Will we be with our loved ones in Heaven?

  1. CMerritt profile image79
    CMerrittposted 7 years ago

    Will we be with our loved ones in Heaven?

  2. Valeed profile image79
    Valeedposted 7 years ago

    Heaven is a place where all our desires and dreams can come true. So if a person wishes to live with his/her loved ones, there is no way that anyone cannot allow that unless your loved one is in hell wink
    God has promised to fullfil our wishes in Heaven so have trust on Him as He is the one who don't break His promises.

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    AMBASSADOR BUTLERposted 7 years ago

    Yes if that is your heart desire. It is a specially prepared place for every individual there. Just like on the earth nobody can come to you unless you want them to or are available to see them. We will be busy doing other things just like on earth and we will have our privacy if that is what you want. For me personally I will be busy spreading the message on the earth and throughout the universe that you are love you are peace you are free now be love now be peace now be free. This will be a full time work for me which I have accepted to do to the GLORY of GOD since NOVEMBER 2, 2009 and forward throughout all eternity. I will never get bored with it and that is what is driving me on the earth to spread this message to every human being forever and ever and that has been accomplished now through Hubpages and Google adsense. Thank you both for carrying this message throughout the whole world Hubpages and Google adsense. I am living my heaven on earth now and will be when I complete my destiny on earth before I move on and continue there in heaven and throughout the universe. As for everybody else your heart`s desire will be fulfilled there in heaven and whatever else that you may want to do there or throughout the universe. What I am saying is that you will be you there in heaven and anywhere else that you may go to and that you will not get what you do not want and will be completely content and happy in the prepared placed that GOD prepared especially for you.

  4. C.V.Rajan profile image80
    C.V.Rajanposted 7 years ago

    My wife definitely believes it is not practical because a place for me has been reserved in hell!

  5. cascoly profile image61
    cascolyposted 7 years ago

    assuming for the moment, that there is a god and a heaven and an afterlife in which you retain consciousness of your time on earth.....

    ?? how does god handle people who have 2 or 3 spouses, serially, who loved each other & were faithful?

    ?? when families are reunited what ages are used?  do infants grow older or are those who die young left as youngsters forever

    ?? are hip & knee replacements, eg, still there, or does everyone get a new body

    the idea of a heaven is harder to justify in any rational way. time travel would be easier to imagine

    and if we dont retain a knowledge of our earth life, then the concept of 'loved ones' ceases having any relevance

  6. Freeway Flyer profile image91
    Freeway Flyerposted 7 years ago

    I don't know, but it is definitely a nice thought. Death is one of the most difficult things that we humans have to deal with, so I can understand why people want this to be true. The question I have is who exactly we and our loved ones will be when we are all together. Will I be myself at 10? at 25? at 50? And who will they be? Also, isn't it possible that after an eternity or two, we will get tired of one another? And will we continue to change and evolve, or will we be similar to the perfect, unchanging being that God is supposed to be?


  7. lindajot profile image71
    lindajotposted 7 years ago

    I have to say yes, cause I would be sad to think otherwise

  8. Wayne Brown profile image83
    Wayne Brownposted 7 years ago

    I think this question comes down to a question of how much faith we individually have.  Life is held to a level of sanity by faith more so than anything else.  Not just faith in a greater power but faith that there is life after death; faith that we will be reunited with our loved ones after death; faith that there is a heaven and hope that there is no hell.  Given the absolute that our life on this earth is temporary and rather short, one could easily be given to a feeling of total entrapment that could quickly drive to the edges of insanity without faith.  Certainly there are those who have no faith and accept the absolute that there is nothing after life but nothing much like to old test pattern on the television screen after midnight. That is their choice and maybe somewhere within it the truth that it represents within their mind gives them comfort.  WB