If we are unable to change in Heaven, will we ever do anything?
I think that God has the ultimate plan in everything we do...even the smallest decisions we make. Our ability to stand tests and trials and being able to overcome physical things is our training on earth. It is my opinion that how we do here will determine what level we will be on, in heaven. I believe that everyone has a calling, duty and important role God has for everyone, here and in heaven. So we won't be able to change, what we have done on earth determined that. We will all have a role and a special job, so we will be doing something and that will be determined by God. We need to try to be the best we can spiritually here, in practice for our life in God's kingdom to come soon.
You may want to pray for God to reveal the answer to you and he will if your heart is true. I can only offer what I think.. Blessings to you.
Heaven is the place of perfection....meaning all things working seamlessly together for the benefit of all....
Which also means that you can take up the flesh when so ever it pleases you....
For there is a perfect purpose in the mind of those who does this because they have attained perfection..
Since I have been to heaven whatever your spiritual growth /maturity obtain to while on the earth, you will stay in that condition. Do not be sad about this because you will be completely satisfy over there of which GOD have prepare for you personally and everyone else. GOD shown me my personally prepare place just for me on August 1, 1982 A.D. and there is no disappointment for anyone in heaven because they will get exactly what is perfect for them to have throughout all eternity.
i believe that there isnt a rule if you go to hell you will stay forever so dont give up
Haha, you make it sound like you're worried that you're going to live forever in Heavenly boredom. Like what the other answers said before me, Heaven is perfection. You are in eternal bliss, so don't worry about what you're going to do; it's whatever you do in this lifetime that counts.
Yes, look at Adam and Eve; they were the closest we can get to Heaven, and they had work to do in the garden. God gave them tasks and instead of gaining material by "the sweat of your labor" they actually enjoyed their work. There will be stuff to do, to eat, even to sleep, but we'll also have perfect bodies, as Jesus was the prototype if you will for our bodies
by Sundeep Kataria 4 years ago
Is everything predestined? Then why go out of the way to change things?
by sir_tallest 7 years ago
Is it okay for a man to strive for perfection in anything he does and is it ever possible to achieve
by haj3396 7 years ago
Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. A fool is a person that trust in them-self. All of these young people fear, because they are lost in a would of openness. The OLD people are saying the...
by the pink umbrella 4 years ago
Have you ever seen someone, or read an email from someone, and without even knowing them just felt like they had bad intentions or a darkness around them? And the other way around, ever meet someone and just feel like they are a really good person?
by stoneyy 7 years ago
I'm doing my best to come up with a neutral way of phrasing a question.The question is; How would you be affected if God indicated there would be no Eternal Life? Neither Heaven nor Hell and such would apply to all who are alive at the point of the policy change. Your thoughts please.
by sandra rinck 10 years ago
Logical thinking. Quick note about John In Revelations 22:10, Don't seal the prophetic words of this book, because the time is near. Let the unrightous go on in unrightousness; let the filthy go on being made filthy; let the rightous go on in righteousness; and the holy go on being made holy....
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