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Will I Know You In Heaven

Will we know each other in Heaven?

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Yes. The bible says we will be known as were known. Meaning our spirit will bare with one another. There are many people in my family that has gone on before me, some I have never seen. But in heaven, I will know them, because we all dwell in Christ's spirit.
---Rebecca_D on 4/10/08

Marcia, OK we're on the same page.Since resurrection means re standing to life,I agree.No problem reconizing anyone "after" resurrection. Some call it "soul sleep" totally different than something escaping the body at death!What you cited applies to "the last trump" or the end of this world as we know it!
---1st_cliff on 8/23/07

1st. cliff>>>

1 Cor 15:52. In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet: for the trumpet shall sound and the dead shall rise again incorruptible. And we shall be changed.

15:53. For this corruptible must put on incorruption: and this mortal must put on immortality.

Remember when Jesus appeared before Thomas he touch his glorified body, this was after he told the woman at the tomb not to touch him yet because he had not yet ascended.
---Marcia on 8/23/07

Marcia, "I will see you"... What will you see? face? hair color? You'd be the first to say the soul/spirit is invisible, when does it become visible? Does a blind person suddenly see at death? Deaf person suddenly hear? And all before their resurrection. When something is unscriptural it is ludicrous!
---1st_cliff on 8/22/07

Yes we will know each other, we will not be strangers go back and read your Bibles. Everything we do in the here and now will be recognized in Heaven. Our works here on earth will be judged. Don't be deceived I will know you in Heaven, I will see you and I will remember this conversation we are having right now.
---Marcia on 8/22/07

Thanks Marcia, I celebrate this truth with you (that Jesus provides eternal life to those who obey Him-Jn 11:25, Ro 2:6-7).

I am hard pressed to find biblical support for the soul living in between physical death and the resurrection.
---Geoff on 8/22/07

Marcia, please consider Job 14:14

If a man die, shall he live again? all the days of my appointed time will I wait, till my change come.
---Geoff on 8/22/07

Lori,The gist of the question was do you have more than one body now? The question is on recognition in heaven (after death) which would require a second body since the 1st one is in the coffin. To hear,see, think,talk etc. would require a whole being which would negate a resurrection and run contrary to scripture. Believing that this soul/spirit/creature escapes the body at death is the result of misinterpretation!
---1st_cliff on 8/22/07

NO, we will have no memory of our past lives. There will be just God and His angels, in reality we would have to prove our salvation by our past lives and please God to then have our names written in the Lambs book of life. I don't blame God, Satan proved disobediance would not be tolerated EVER again in heaven. Our memories should be wiped, not all lived a perfect life to warrant the slightest chance of rebelion again.
---carla5754 on 8/22/07

1st cliff: I must have overlooked your question that you asked. I apologize for that. Please ask it again and I will do my best to answer it. From your last four posts, I didn't see a question asked that required an answer.
---Lori on 8/21/07

Lori, lots of abusive talk but no answers to my question! It's not just you, (and I hold no malice) it's a pattern that when one cannot answer a question they will attack your person!
---1st_cliff on 8/21/07

1st cliff: sorry to disappoint you, but you are on the path to destruction if you believe false teachings of man. The bible teaches us all truths. If you choose to believe things not written in the bible, whose fault is that. It isn't the person trying to teach you truths. It is a close minded person that rejects things as false, when they are truths. You are free to believe as you will, but don't try to deceive anyone else with your lies or you will be held accountable. Not the one reading your posts.
---Lori on 8/20/07

Lori, It's because I am one of the few that Jesus said would find the narrow and cramped path, while you are content to march down the broad road with the majority. Why do you believe the way you do? It's because "everybody says so" so it must be right. right? How many bodies do you have at any one given time? One inside and one out? Scripture please!
---1st_cliff on 8/20/07


(I'm finding the opposite-Ez 18:4, 20
The soul that sinneth, it shall die).

The death being described in Ez 18:4, 20, I am very award of. In fact, when I was typing my response I knew someone would challenge me. This death being described in the passage u pointed out is not the same as the natural death Cliff has described. It is the same death that God described in Gen 2:7. There are different kinds of death.
---Marcia on 8/20/07


There is the death of the body, there is the death of the Spirit, there is the death of the soul. When the soul has life it is filled with the Holy Spirit. We are born with dead souls because of sin, but when we allow the Holy Spirit to take up residence in our soul we are born again and have life. This is what Ez is describing in the passage that states the "soul that sin's shall surly die".
---Marcia on 8/20/07


(The good news is that Jesus provides eternal life to those who obey Him-Jn 11:25, Ro 2:6-7).

I totally agree with you on this. Praise God this is the Truth!!
---Marcia on 8/20/07

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Marcia, dear, where in the Bible does it tell us "the soul never dies-it is eternal"?

I'm finding the opposite-Ez 18:4, 20
The soul that sinneth, it shall die.

The good news is that Jesus provides eternal life to those who obey Him-Jn 11:25, Ro 2:6-7.
---Geoff on 8/20/07

1st_cliff >>>

More study is needed, the brain and the Soul is partly the same. The soul never dies- it is eternal. It will either go on to be with the Lord in Heaven or it will go to Hell.
---Marcia on 8/20/07

marcia, thanks. that made my day. 1st cliff. why did you just contradict the whole bible that Jesus Christ himself gave us. if you don't believe it please just say so. if we are dead at death, why are you worried about the judgment, resurrection and gospel of Jesus Christ in the first place. you just showed in your post that you don't believe anything you read in the bible about eternal life. without memories it is impossible to account for our lives in front of Jesus Christ.
---Lori on 8/20/07

Lori, Knowledge and memories die with the brain.(Eccl.9.5) The thief will know Jesus when he is resurrected (as will all of us) Then journey to Paradise (Eden restored) as Christ promised while dieing on the "Staros"(translated cross)
---1st_cliff on 8/19/07

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Finally somthing I can agree with you on!!!

Amen to that sister!!!
---Marcia on 8/19/07

how can people not understand one basic principal. the only thing we take from life is our knowledge and memories of our lives. remember the judgment? we will stand in front of Jesus Christ and account for every word, thought, and action we have done during our lives. without that knowledge, the judgment becomes void and the bible is false. how can the thief know Jesus in paradise if he doesn't remember anything. as usual, people take a simple truth in the bible and corrupt it to suit themselves.
---Lori on 8/19/07

Tony,You're not demonstrating "faith" you're saying "Yes Virginia,there is a Santa Claus" You just got to believe.
---1st_cliff on 8/18/07

1Cliff, you don't understand spiritual things. You would need faith to understand and that is not there. Faith in the God of Scripture and His Word.
Robyn, we will get along because there will be no more sin. What makes us bad is sin. No more arguing, no more calling each other bad things. This information is not for 1 Cliff. 1 Cliff has no faith, so no hope.
---tony on 8/17/07

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I hope we will know each other in Heaven. There are some people, one in particular, who I am looking forward very much to meeting.
---Helen_5378 on 8/17/07

Yes. In Heaven we will know each other. It will be a Great Reunion. All us Saints will be gathered around the Throne Praising and Worshiping God.
---Marcia on 8/16/07

I don't know. Flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God. It tells us that in the Word. Most people, Christian or not, cannot get along with others down here. What makes you think you will be able to do so in heaven?
Learning to get along with and love others is the challenge we as Christians, must face everyday. Can we answer truthfully and say we really try our best,most days. Come on now.
---Robyn on 8/3/07

Whenever a missing person is looked for they always show the "face" because it's the most recognizable human feature. At death the face and all the body parts remain in the grave! How one puff of air recognizes another puff of air is way beyond me! Rebecca D where does it say that you will be known by others "in heaven"?
---1st_cliff on 7/31/07

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