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Are Babies In Heaven Angels

I fail to find any records in the Bible that there are children or babies in heaven. I mean whether they appear as spirits or angels. The question is: will we meet any babies or children in heaven when (if) we are there?

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Rhonda, you said,
I choose Gods Holy Word"
But you just rejected God's Word? What's up with that?
I gave you ( Eph. 2:4-7) and you rejected it. Or do you think that Ephesians is not the Word of God? Only what you want to believe is Truth.
All believers are united spiritually to One body in Christ, who is the Head of that body. Our whole relationship with Christ is Spiritual. That would mean that you are not born of the Spirit because you don't believe in rebirth. You need not only to read the Bible with faith, but the Word has to be revealed to you by God. Maybe it still hasn't. Because you are so far off. What do you think? Is Ephesians 2:6 a lie?
---Mark_V. on 11/20/11

Rhonda, sorry again, but I disagree with your answer. The time of the resurrection is the resurrection of the body, the flesh

no you don't disagree with "my answer" you simply DISAGREE with plain truth from Holy Scripture

nothing in Gods Holy Word implies one has immortality

basic scripture contradicts YOUR denominational theory

one can follow EVERY WORD from Holy Scripture

or one can follow the lies of men and their denominational ideas ABOUT Holy Scripture

I choose Gods Holy Word which STATES heaven is not the reward of the saved human has EVER gone to heaven except Christ PER Holy Scripture
---Rhonda on 11/19/11

Rhonda, sorry again, but I disagree with your answer. The time of the resurrection is the resurrection of the body, the flesh. Every single genuine believer who has died is with Christ in Spirit. They are born of the Spirit and the spirit does not die. Unless God kills it. And no where does it say He has killed the spirit of someone born of the Spirit. Eph. "But God who is wish in mercy, because of His great love with which He loved us, even when we were dead in trespasses, made us alive together with Christ (by grace you have been saved) "and raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus,"
Spiritually, we are now a part of the body of Christ. Never to separate from Him.
---Mark_V. on 11/14/11

God does save infants, right from the womb, and the Bible gives a example of this with John the Baptist in in LUKE 1:15
---RICHARDC on 11/13/11

I read once that we are all about 30 when we are in heaven.I also ready from that 4 yr old that went to heaven and now is 11 whoes father is a minister that the people even his great granfather are about 20-30 and he said he ment his miscarried sister that he never knew he had (mom didn't tell him) so if they all are 20-30 well that tells it.also i read that our pets are in heaven and will greet us when we arrive.I to lost a son from crib death and am comforted by this. but i am not sure i am comforted by a suckioning i had to remove perhaps perhaps not something after a rape.
---laurel on 11/6/11

Just a technicality, but it doesn't say "mankind" will rule. Somewhat specific.
Israel= Ruling with EL.

thank you Trav
---Rhonda on 9/21/11

mankind is destined to rule with Christ when HE returns to restore Gods Kingdom on earth and rule from Jerusalem...
---Rhonda on 9/14/11

Just a technicality, but it doesn't say "mankind" will rule. Somewhat specific.
Israel= Ruling with EL.
Regeneration is mentioned...
Matthew 19:28
Jesus said unto them, Verily I say unto you, That ye which have followed me, in the regeneration when the Son of man shall sit in the throne of his glory, ye also shall sit upon twelve thrones, judging the twelve tribes of Israel.
Revelation 21:12
And had a wall great and high, and had twelve gates, and at the gates twelve angels, and names written thereon, which are the names of the twelve tribes of the children of Israel:
---Trav on 9/20/11

in heaven, every soul is the same age {around 30).

awww that is so sweet! which fairy tale is that from?

Holy Scripture is VOID of this idea

mankind is not destined to be "angels" no matter what age one dies

mankind is destined to rule with Christ when HE returns to restore Gods Kingdom on earth and rule from Jerusalem in the millennium

nobody is in heaven now all wait for the resurrection Corin 15
---Rhonda on 9/14/11

in heaven, every soul is the same age {around 30).
---joyce on 9/14/11

Ephesians 2:5 Even when we were DEAD IN SINS, hath quickened us together with Christ, (by grace ye are saved,)


And who and where did you see anyone say SPIRIT SLEEP?

Are you just making up stuff now?
---Francis on 9/11/11

David, I gave you a passage and you rejected the passage,
"make us alive together with Christ by grace, and raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus"
God made us alive together with Christ, raised us together (spiritually because we are still here in the flesh) and made us sit together in the heavenly places, in Christ Jesus"
You do not believe this. You say it's not true when you said,
Then can you tell us how the spirit can be asleep in the grave if God said, we are together with Christ?
You suggest a genuine believer is separated from God while dead, how could you possibly believe in born of the Spirit?
---Mark_V. on 9/11/11

Angels and men are not of the same race. We do not go to heaven and get wings and become angels. That is a hollywood concept.
I believe that heaven is so far beyond our comprehension that we try and fill in images because we hate "seeing through a mirror dimly". I believe when we get there we will be struck by His presence that everything else will fall away and we will get to see life as God truly intended. There will be no weeping or gritting of our teeth. There will be joy and in that we will finally be complete.
---dee_Springer on 9/11/11

---Mark_V. on 9/6/11

WOW I never SUGGESTED ANY OF THOSE THINGS. While I am not supprised that you would say such foolishness, I am very disapointed that one who caims to be a christian would make such false accusations
---Francis on 9/10/11

Francis, what you teach is not Scriptural. You suggest,
1. That there is no rebirth for the believers in this life.
2. That Jesus was wrong about rebirth, that you still have a chance after you die.
3. That Eph. 2:4-7 is not true at all. That God was somehow mistaken. That He did not "make us alive together with Christ by grace, and raised us up together, and made us sit together in the heavenly places in Christ Jesus" That it's all a lie, that we are still in the ground, body soul and spirit.
4. That we are still descendants of Adam separated from God.
In the context of Acts concerning David, his speaking of the physical body of David that would be resurrected at the Second Coming just like Christ body was.
---Mark_V. on 9/6/11

No one goes to heaven when they die, not adult or baby. All go to the grave to await the resurrection. The bible says that they are ASLEEP until the resurrection
1 Thessalonians 4:15 For this we say unto you by the word of the Lord, that we which are alive [and] remain unto the coming of the Lord shall not prevent them which are ASLEEP.
1 Thessalonians 4:16 and the dead in Christ shall rise first:

Peter was 100% sure that David was NOT in heaven and was in his grave ASLEEP.

Acts 2:29 David, that he is both dead and buried, and his sepulchre is with us unto this day.
Acts 2:34 For David is not ascended into the heavens:

NOT IN SOUL SPIRIT OR BODY is david in heaven
---Francis on 9/5/11

Mima, I agree with your answer and completely disagree with Steven G. What he is talking about is soul-sleep. What he doesn't understand, and I don't know why, is that spiritually, we are united with Christ. And will never be separated again. Our physical bodies are not yet glorified, but at the Second Coming of Christ they will receive new bodies glorified, prepared for eternity.
What his teaching is that we are not in Christ, separate from Christ, standing bye waiting for the Resurrection of the body and the soul.
---Mark_V. on 9/5/11

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Second Corinthians 5:8,
"We are confident, I say, and willing rather to be absent from the body, and to be present with the Lord." Now we are very sure where the Lord is is he not setting on the right-hand of the father in heaven?
---mima on 9/1/11

For those of you who believe that humans or babies are in heaven is calling Jesus a liar for no one is in heaven until he returns when the dead in Christ shall rise and the living shall be caught up with them. Then, after a thousand years, the rest of the dead shall rise and be judged from the Book of Life according to their works.
---Steveng on 8/31/11

look at isaiah 11v6 then v 8 there is clearly a prophetic word from this prophet that there is children in heaven.
---louise_ashfield on 8/31/11

angels and humans are two completely seperate classes. we can't become angels. also, if a baby dies, it stands before God with a full lifetime of memories that it never had, but remembers anyway. the "baby" is judged according to whether it would have accepted Jesus if it had lived, and it remembers making that decision, even though it hadn't happened.
---curt on 2/3/08

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Sure we will meet babies, but they will not be babies they will be perfect human beings, at the prime of their life. But they will not be angels scripture doesn't support that myth. Angels are angels and humans are humans. That is what we are and will always be.
---Jared on 5/1/07

greetings.Looking back to childhood when a life was cut short by an early death and the child had not yet announced the great decision to be like his Father there is judgement for that child to live again so that in a short while a decision will be made to live or perish based upon a mature decision of the child's age in which it is made.Everyone who can make the life decision will have such a chance even though the lives of many young is cut short.We are all given at least one talent.
---earl on 5/1/07

Human babies would never be angels, as angels are a different species from humans. As per Ps. 8:5 we, humans, were created a little lower than the angels. I believe that children, babies, would be in their heavenly body as they would have been as a mature human being, but I can't think of any biblical reference to this.
---Hanny on 5/1/07

No, mankind and angels are two different creations, the Bible makes no mention of us exchanging. In Genesis some angels came down and took human wives,but God rebuked them, that will never happen again! Good Question though.
---Mrs._Morgan on 7/27/06

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Zechariah 8:5
And the streets of the city shall be full of boys and girls playing in the streets thereof.

The context is talking about the New Jerusalem, that is, the world to come.
---Jack on 6/30/06

David believed he would see his deceased baby son again." But now that he is dead, wherefore should I fast? Can I bring him back again? I shall go to him, be he shall not return to me." II Samuel 12:23. But angels are not, nor were they ever, human. They were created by God to be what they are, mighty and powerful messengers of God.As described in the Bible, they in no way resemble the chubby winged cherubs our culture has given us.
---Donna2277 on 6/29/06

Reading these blogs saddens me, it is so true: Satan comes but to kill, steal and destroy. His only weapon is deceit! He will try to kill you, by killing the word and thereby destroying our relationship to The Lord! Study people to show thyself approved.
---Michael on 6/29/06

People (of any age) no more become angels when they die, then a dog becomes a cat when it dies. I don't know any instructed Christian who believes this. Referring to "our dear angel" is intended as an expression of loving memory, and nothing more.

St. Paul says in 1 Cor 13, "Now we see through a glass darkly, but then [in heaven] face to face...I shall know even as now I am known." This suggests that we will recognied our loved ones in the world to come.
---Jack on 5/28/05

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Cliff, Paul covers that in his letter to the Romans. Those of us who accept his writings as a legitimate part of scriputre have our answer.
---Bruce5656 on 5/17/05

Mark 12:24-27
---Ulrika on 5/1/05

Alan;My understanding of "born again" is different than the fundamentalist Christian,so you have the problem of Jesus saying "unless a man is born again,he cannot enter the Kingdom of heaven" which would mean that all those who lived in the remote parts of the earth,never hearing the gospel, would be shut out. right?
---1st_cliff on 4/23/05

When the new heaven and the new earth is sat up yes there will be children and babies. But as for now, when one dies they sleep and await the resurection. Acts 2:34, a man after God's own heart read it, where is he? This was written after Jesus was crucified, would Paul lie? Ecclesiastes 9:5, tell me what the dead knows? Then if you have time tell me where in the Bible it shows anyone that has accended to heaven after they died. All that are dead are sleeping and awaiting the time of the resurection. Matt.
---matth3369 on 4/23/05

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Elaine ... I find it difficult to understand how, for example the person who has only ever heard the Hindhu faith can have had the knowledge of the Cross.
---Alan_of_U.K. on 4/23/05

Cliff ... the 1st century Christians had no physical way, nor the numbers, to get to all the nations of the world. They managed parts of the Nediterranean countires, but they would not have been even aware of say Australasia.
---Alan_of_U.K. on 4/23/05

Michelle. what about the scripture that says "the worm shall never die"? the worm refers to the consciousness.
---abby on 4/23/05

Alan, God is just, merciful, righteous and loving. We can trust Him. Romans 1:18-20 The wrath of God is revealed from Heaven against all ungodliness and wickedness of men who by their wickedness suppress the truth. For what can be known about God is plain to them, because God has shown it to them, Ever since the creation of the world his invisible nature,namely His eternal power and deity, has been clearly perceived in the things that have been made so they are without excuse.
Tho some have not been "told", they know, because GOD put the knowledge of Himself in every man.
---Elaine on 4/22/05

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Alan;Jesus said in the 1st century"go therefore into all the nations....make disciples".. If no one heeded the call who's responsable?? In O T days nations took "communal responsabilities" IE,.If a nation bans Christians,then they are "communally" responsable for the lives (temporal or eternal) of their citizens! and of course their own. The bible is full of examples where God dealt with nation and not "individuals" , what makes it different today?
---1st_cliff on 4/19/05

I don't think that babies are angels in heaven with wings. But, I do beleive that my two babies I lost before birth are there in heaven being treated like angles. It is no told anywhere in the bible that I know of. I know in my heart that my loving Father has special places for us all!
---penny on 4/19/05

Yes Cliff ... but it says "When I say to a wicked man "You shall surely die"

What about people who live in places where the word of God has never been told. Has God still said to those people that the will surely die?

And what of places, which still exist, where "we" have not been and cannot go, and which we may not even know about? If you go back a few centuries there were many of those
---Alan_of_U.K. on 4/19/05

Alan;The answer to your question is found at EZ.3.18"When I say to a wicked man'You will surely die'and you do not warn him or speak out to disuade him from his evil ways in order to save his life,that wicked man will die for his sin,and I will hold you accountable for his blood"
---1st_cliff on 4/17/05

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Ist Cliff ... are those who never heard about Jesus to be thrown into lakes of fire, brimstone. gnashing of teeth, just because they happened to live in a place where the story was never broadcast?

Or because we did not tell them? That seems wrong, that God would condemn those who were not told, when the condemnation should be of those who failed to tell.

But then, we cannot appreciate the perfection of God's love and the purity of His judgment
---Alan_of_U.K. on 4/17/05

babies are in Heaven! <>< they where/are as much as important than any of us.
---monique on 4/16/05

Babies will stand before God with a full lifetime of memories it never had & be judged on things that never happened' Curt, I think you watch too much science fiction or something. I'm sure that we would all appreciate your scriptural references to back up this theory.
---F.F. on 4/16/05

Do you have any scripture to back up your opinions Curt?
Pardon me, but that thinking is way off the wall! I delivered 2 stillborn children, both at about 8 months gestation. They never had a chance to sin. God is a God of love and doesn't punish for what one 'might have done.' They will be waiting in heaven for me.
---NV_Barbara on 4/16/05

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Elder,(amigo mio) Can you give scriptural support for saying that all babies are innocent and safe? and that one is only responsable "after learning about christ" That would mean that (before missionaries) the hordes of Outer Mongolia, the Pygmies of Africa,Aztecs and Incas etc...etc.. are all "safe" Why send missionaries?
---1st_cliff on 4/16/05

Angels are not dead human beings, they are a totally different creation of God. It has become something of a superstition that when babies die they become angels. It is mainly non-Christians (those who go to church for Christenings, weddings and funerals only) who believe things like this and it seems to give them a false comfort to think these things. Curt where-ever did you read such things, it all sounds totally ridiculous to me.
---Xanthi on 4/16/05

Hanny is correct Humans are Humans and Angels are ANgels.
No matter what illusions Satan sends to men as keep his lie. No babies or no one can become angels. Angels were meant to serve us,but we were Not made to serve or worship them only God alone shall we serve. Satan told Eve.
YOU shall NOT surely die but become as God.

God did say that many would believe a Lie, this is true.

When we die we have no conscience of anything..for we remember nothing as we reconnect to the father in rest,until Judgement day.
---Michelle on 4/16/05

"Then little children were brought to him, that he would put hands upon them and pray, and the disciples blamed them. But Jesus said to them, Let little children come to me and you all oppose them not, for of such is the kingdom of heaven. 15 Then when he had put upon them hands, he went from thereat." Matthew 19:13-15.
---Eloy on 4/15/05

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Babies are born sinners but they are born innocent. They are "safe" in Christ.

When a person comes to the knowledge of being a sinner then they become responsible for what they do with Christ.

It has been said by some that since we will be like Christ everyone in Heaven will be about 33 years old. We do not have Scripture proof of that.

Also there is absolutely no Scripture reference to what Curt has said past his first two sentences.
---Elder on 4/15/05

That sounds very fanciful and totally unfounded in scripture. Where did you get such and idea?
---Bruce5656 on 4/15/05

I want to share an interesting story with you. My pastor's wife had a miscarriage many years ago and recently she had a vision and saw a beautiful young man in heaven who had the face like the pastor and looked similar to her son. The Lord showed here it was her first born that was miscarried and he was raised by angels and becomes a grown man in heaven. She wrote a book about this to minister to other women who have lost children. The book is called Jessie by Chris Pringle, as that was the name they had planned for their first born. It's a beautiful and powerful testimony.
---lisa on 4/15/05

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