Look Like In Heaven
I don't know, but I hope the clock has turned back a few years for me. I don't think we will look exactly the same as we do now because we will have our resurrected bodies. But I think we will know i.e. recognize each other.
---Helen_5378 on 1/9/08|
I hope I will be slim and wrinkle free.
---Helen_5378 on 4/6/07|
I'll be spotless and wrinkle free.
Oh ya, and I'll be a Bride.
---Cynthia_1 on 4/5/07|
Much the same as we do now (with out the flaws I hope). Consider Jesus. He appeared to his disciples, ate with them walked and talked with them. He was recognizable as himself (including the scars from his crucifixion) and is still recognizable today. Acts 7:55 I John 3:2
---Bruce5656 on 4/5/07|
" Look like " to whom Hmmm? (Rev. 1:5-6)
---Leon on 8/18/06|
Rebecca D--My point is we should NOT "imagine" when considering heavenly mysteries, and especially the life of the world to come.
---Jack on 8/17/06|
All I know is I will have a new body and I am happy about that because the one I have is about to wear out.
---shira on 8/17/06|
Jack; What I meant was, we have all imagined what "John saw". John saw a city that could not be hid, he saw the day but did not see night. He saw the Saints worship the Great I AM. The New Jerusalem. It is like that song, "I Can Only Imagine".
---Rebecca_D on 8/17/06|
** We all have imagined what heaven will be like. So in each of our minds it will be different. **
But Heaven can only be ONE way it was imagined, or NONE of them.
Therefore most imaginings of heaven are bound up with fantasy and falsehood.
---Jack on 8/17/06|
We all have imagined what heaven will be like. So in each of our minds it will be different. Because we all picture different things. I do know that we will be known as we were known. I have never met my grandparents on my dad's side, but I am sure I will know them in heaven.
---Rebecca_D on 8/16/06|
Bruce, are you sure he was that recognizable?:
John 21:4 "But when the morning was now come, Jesus stood on the shore: but the disciples knew not that it was Jesus."
They didnt recognize him, but then after he performed a miracle:
v.12 "...And none of the disciples durst ask him, Who art thou? knowing that it was the Lord."
What about the apostles in Luke 24:13-27?
---tofurabby on 8/16/06|
Certainly we will be recognizable in our glorified bodies. In these glorified bodies will be ageless, totally different than our present physical body in cell make up also totally different in density. Remember Jesus walked through a solid wall. In all honesty, answering a question like this quickens and stirs my spirit.
---mima on 8/16/06|
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