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Why won't we have children in heaven?

 
Anonymous Coward
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11/10/2012 12:20 AM
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Re: Why won't we have children in heaven?
fuck, religious people are stupid.
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11/10/2012 12:21 AM
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Re: Why won't we have children in heaven?
Uhhh please study the topic: Plan of Salvation by LDS theology please.
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I have studied it and found it to be lacking.

Sacred underwear won't bring you closer to God. Just you.
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Way back in the days…the Jerusalem days, the Old Testament days, they used to wear those things on their foreheads, you know, to remind them, or something on their hand or arm or something like that. It’s the same thing. It’s a reminder of the promises you make to, and those commitments and commandments that you say, ‘God, I promise to keep them.’”

As I understand it, the Jewish tefillin (sometimes called phylacteries), worn by observant Jews since at least the 1st century, are worn as reminders of what God has done (Exodus 13:9) and how God’s people should respond to Him (Deuteronomy 6:5). They are intended to help the wearer keep his mind focused on the things of God during prayer.

Within the teachings of Mormonism, the “Garment of the Holy Priesthood” received during an LDS temple ceremony is not merely a reminder, but is also “a shield and a protection” to the faithful wearer (so says the LDS endowment ceremony). While LDS leaders today seem to promote the idea that the “shield and protection” is solely spiritual in nature, this hasn’t always been the case. Early LDS teachings touting the physical protection offered by these garments has given birth in these latter latter-days to Mormon folklore recounting stories of miraculous protection from harm and preservation of life for those wearing the garments.

Do LDS undergarments represent “the same thing” as Jewish tefillin? Is it accurate to say, “All it is, is an outward expression of an inward commitment”?
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11/10/2012 12:23 AM
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Re: Why won't we have children in heaven?
Why would you need childbirth in heaven, maybe there will be enough people.
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11/10/2012 12:27 AM

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fuck, religious people are stupid.
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Even though we act like we care, we are actually laughing about you and even put on plays exagerating your actions.

That what you are waiting to hear?
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11/10/2012 12:30 AM

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Re: Why won't we have children in heaven?
Uhhh please study the topic: Plan of Salvation by LDS theology please.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17638067


I have studied it and found it to be lacking.

Sacred underwear won't bring you closer to God. Just you.
 Quoting: Borian


Way back in the days…the Jerusalem days, the Old Testament days, they used to wear those things on their foreheads, you know, to remind them, or something on their hand or arm or something like that. It’s the same thing. It’s a reminder of the promises you make to, and those commitments and commandments that you say, ‘God, I promise to keep them.’”

As I understand it, the Jewish tefillin (sometimes called phylacteries), worn by observant Jews since at least the 1st century, are worn as reminders of what God has done (Exodus 13:9) and how God’s people should respond to Him (Deuteronomy 6:5). They are intended to help the wearer keep his mind focused on the things of God during prayer.

Within the teachings of Mormonism, the “Garment of the Holy Priesthood” received during an LDS temple ceremony is not merely a reminder, but is also “a shield and a protection” to the faithful wearer (so says the LDS endowment ceremony). While LDS leaders today seem to promote the idea that the “shield and protection” is solely spiritual in nature, this hasn’t always been the case. Early LDS teachings touting the physical protection offered by these garments has given birth in these latter latter-days to Mormon folklore recounting stories of miraculous protection from harm and preservation of life for those wearing the garments.

Do LDS undergarments represent “the same thing” as Jewish tefillin? Is it accurate to say, “All it is, is an outward expression of an inward commitment”?
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I do see your point but view all above as idolary. If you think some piece of clothing is just the missing piece keeping you from meeting God, you missed. Just ask him. He is waiting.
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11/10/2012 12:46 AM
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Re: Why won't we have children in heaven?
I know after the resurrection and in heaven there will be no marriage or child bearing.. But why? Wouldn't it make sense to have children then, when the world and heaven are one and perfect? It's dangerous and stupid to have kids now with the world as wicked and evil as it is, why won't people have the chance to have progeny once they've succeeded in getting to heaven? That seems like a punishment. I know it's partly because well be spirits in our glorified bodies but angels were completely spirit when they mated with women and produced the nephilim.

I'm wondering because I want children but it would be evil to bring a life into the world before I was ready to give it all of the love and care and nurturing a soul desires, and evil and dangerous to bring a kid into the world as wicked and messed up as the world is. But I would be glad to do it and any children of mine would fare a lot better after the new heaven and earth... So why not? Does god not want more souls by then?
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Nonsense.that is just the nonsense repeated by people who do not know what the Scripture actually says.jesus NEVER said people are NOT married.He was asked the question by saducees.they do nit believe in angels or resurrection.he said God is the God of the LIVING!in other words the DEAD do not marry.
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I know after the resurrection and in heaven there will be no marriage or child bearing.. But why? Wouldn't it make sense to have children then, when the world and heaven are one and perfect? It's dangerous and stupid to have kids now with the world as wicked and evil as it is, why won't people have the chance to have progeny once they've succeeded in getting to heaven? That seems like a punishment. I know it's partly because well be spirits in our glorified bodies but angels were completely spirit when they mated with women and produced the nephilim.

I'm wondering because I want children but it would be evil to bring a life into the world before I was ready to give it all of the love and care and nurturing a soul desires, and evil and dangerous to bring a kid into the world as wicked and messed up as the world is. But I would be glad to do it and any children of mine would fare a lot better after the new heaven and earth... So why not? Does god not want more souls by then?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19278758
Nonsense.that is just the nonsense repeated by people who do not know what the Scripture actually says.jesus NEVER said people are NOT married.He was asked the question by saducees.they do nit believe in angels or resurrection.he said God is the God of the LIVING!in other words the DEAD do not marry.
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wrong you are. Jesus is not talking about dead people here, He is talking about Resurrection life, interpreted to mean the people of the Kingdom:

For in the resurrection they neither marry, nor are given in marriage, but are as the angels of God in heaven.
Matthew 22:30

Now since there is no marriage, there is no procreation, as in God's Word, marriage is the only acceptable means by which a child is to be brought into the world (please don't start about how God is wrong and children out of wedlock are evil, that is not what this thread is about, nor is it true, in God's Word or evil minds of mankind - children are always innocent)

The concept of eternal life means that none die nor grow old with time. Ageless without corruption, would imply that all are of the same age and there are no eternal babies never growing up. There is no timeline involved, which is what we pattern our limited decaying soon to die life spans after.

You are right that the pharisees did not believe in resurrection life or the Kingdom as Jesus presented to them.

Angels mating with humans is a pagan concept. It was practiced in the Temple dedicated to the pagan gods. Spirit beings do not have sex and there are no baby angels going to daycare. Just another human concept. Pagans also believed angels came down and mated with animals. Look at the half human/half beast myths. That is where this came from

Fallen angels do influence and guide evil in this world as there are actually people that worship them and commune with them, and do the bidding of them, as seen in this world. And immoral sexual practices are practiced among the initiates. In the news daily, the destruction of the innocent.

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