The Book of Revelations, says that everyone will get white robes. If you believe the Bible, that is.
You could at least type out the whole question in the post. It is kind of hard to know how serious your (many) questions are....
Obscure. "... the clothes you were b" Can you be a little more specific. Then perhaps some of us can ponder it better.
The clothes you were buried in would very likely reflect your financial and material wealth, whereas that ought to be irrelevant.
Logically it should be the clothes you were born in - ie none- so we are all equal in the sight of God.
I really agree with you. When people go to heaven there is no measure of wealth or status and clothes often represent that. People will be in their spiritual bodies that will be ghostly and people will most likely be naked so there is no point worrying about if people wear close. Everyone is equal in heaven.
If Heaven exists, and it is the perfection of everything, then why would there be clothes? Wouldnt we all be in our spirit bodies, anyway? And the white robes thing is funny. So Heaven really is just a sauna in an overpriced health club?
Well since there is no Heaven you can try and make your own Heaven with a glass of chilled red wine and sat on a deck chair with a bit of sand poured onto some concrete!
That way you can wear what you want and not have to wear some stinking y-fronts for all eternity!
It puts the old question your mom always asked before you left the house in a whole new perspective.
Anyone that thinks we'll be walking around in human form and that this question is relevant might be disappointed in how it all turns out.
Well, as our soul or spirit is the one that goes to heaven (or hell lol - it could happen!), clothing is optional. But, yes there is always a but, if we could show ourselves to people who are alive, we better put on some clothes. Just sayin' We don't want to scare the bejaysus out of our relatives and friends now, do we?
What? Where did you get that idea? Don't you know it wouldn't be heaven without racks of ready-to-wear fashionista choices, a complete staff and studio so you can design your own, Lebouchin shoes and all kinds of gorgeous bags, jewelry, scarves. In fact, in heaven you will be so much better dressed than on Earth, since there will be fabrics and colors you've never even heard of and your signature music to accompany you wherever you go - which will be mostly to lunch with your favorite stars and also the spas will be so righteous!! so don't you worry, there'll be plenty to wear and plenty to take off!
A bit rough on your favourite stars to be pestered by fans - sounds like the other place!
It would depend if I fitted into them or not. I would hope that in the afterlife I would have lost some weight and found my waist again. Also, as I no longer have any fashion sense, the idea of an eternity in chest-high trousers and slippers isn't exactly appealing.
then why wear them now? I guess I feel that if there's something or somewhere I would like to be in heaven, or something I'd wear, even, then I should do my best to make that happen now, just in case heaven isn't there by the time I die! So if I want a waistline there, I could reduce and exercise and get one here! end of lecture.
Heaven is an illusion created by folks to make death a bit easier to contemplate. Just like "God the Father" is a fictitious creation to help us find reasons to be good. Once we really grow up and take responsibility for ourselves we realize that life is what we make it, and our spiritual life (before or after death imo) is what we make it too. really the end of the lecture.
yeah but....what if they have E-Z cheese in heaven?
they have E-Z cheese here, but I still don't think its heaven. What is wrong with me!
it used to be processed cheese spread in a jar - various flavors - but now you can also get it in a can - spread it on crackers - I am too lazy for e-z cheese so I just buy cheetos - much easier to eat. although some people just spray e-z cheese into their mouths - some rednecks I know do that. I think its soooo low class to do that. imo
ok - just so we will know - Cheez Whiz comes in a jar, E-Z Cheese comes in a can:
I like the can, its easier. Just my own personal lazy streak when it comes to stuffign non-food products into my face. and you can make cool designs with it. AND the super creepy part, it does not need to be refridgerated. PERFECT for camping.
I wonder if you can wear cheese food product as your heavenly attire?
E-Z Cheese = Easy Cheese; I get it now. I was pronouncing it the English way, i.e. E-Zed Cheese rather than E-Zee Cheese. I think it would be very convenient to have cheese that can be sprayed from a can. As I am very lazy where food is concerned, well in fact where everything is concerned, it would suit me down to the ground.
Yes - people - the height of laziness is when you can't be bothered to spread cheese - have to spray it in your mouth!
And I can totally see a cheese bikini - and where am I going with that? I would like to know - I bet you would like to know - I might be going to HEAVEN in my cheese bikini.
or the other place - where it would melt off and that would hurt
E-Z cheese hat? E-Z cheese socks? oh good grief - I take everything too far. E-Z cheese underwear!!
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