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Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?

 
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Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
I cant seem to find a verse
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
What about , ‘in my Father’s house are many mansions. I go to prepare a place for you.’ Doesn’t that imply a lot of people would be living there, including you and your loved ones?
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
I cant seem to find a verse
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I know from various verses that we will see our loved ones that were also followers of Jesus. However, if you are not and/or they were not, then you will never see them again. That is the most tragic loss of all.

For the followers of Jesus it is never goodbye forever, just for a while.

Followers of Jesus who pass on to be with Jesus will have new bodies. They will look as they did in the 20s, even if they died at age 95. Their bodies are perfectly functional with no defects, no disease, and no pain. They serve the Lord and one another without ever tiring or aging. And we will also be with the great people of the Bible like Peter, John, John the Baptist, and Paul. Mary, the mother of Jesus, and Mary Magdalene will all be there.
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You will walk and talk among those who got in and those who got in will be able to see those in Lake if Fire. Some already were given gifts to see those who passed on in their dreams/visions from Heaven.
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
I cant seem to find a verse
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the loved ones you see at death are fake representations of family members and friends that the mantids take to trick you into going into the light. "heaven" in this sense is not the true place of the source of the soul, but a construct made to make you feel special before you get put back through the reincarnation system, in which your consciousness will get zapped with billions of volts worth of electricity to erase memory of the life you just lived, before it gets put back into a new fetus. Access to to the real soul origin point has been denied by non physical entities who would prefer us not to get back their, who control the mantids to make them think they are helping with our spiritual evolution
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
I cant seem to find a verse
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the loved ones you see at death are fake representations of family members and friends that the mantids take to trick you into going into the light. "heaven" in this sense is not the true place of the source of the soul, but a construct made to make you feel special before you get put back through the reincarnation system, in which your consciousness will get zapped with billions of volts worth of electricity to erase memory of the life you just lived, before it gets put back into a new fetus. Access to to the real soul origin point has been denied by non physical entities who would prefer us not to get back their, who control the mantids to make them think they are helping with our spiritual evolution
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feel free to continue ....
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
Hell does not burn forever. It destroys.

The idea of God burning people forever is heresy brought in by the Catholic church.
Same thing with the idea of a "soul" being some disembodied part of us.

The Bible is very clear: "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

When we are alive, we are a living soul. A living being, capable of thought.

When we die, we...die. The breath of life returns to God and the body decomposes and returns to the earth. We cease to exist.

There's no burning in hell forever or going straight to heaven - we are dead and know nothing.


There is, however, a judgement day - on that day we will all answer for our lives. Those covered by the blood of the lamb will be guiltless and be able to enter into heaven. Those who are guilty will go into everlasting punishment - they will be destroyed utterly, the memory of their punishment lasting forever (this is how sin will never happen again)

I challenge you to disprove anything here from the Bible.

God bless!
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
The Bible can be interpreted to say whatever you want it to say.

Plus, loads of books were left out of it, and the 66 that you got suited the Romans down to the ground.

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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
Your answer is in Luke 20:27.
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Hell does not burn forever. It destroys.

The idea of God burning people forever is heresy brought in by the Catholic church.
Same thing with the idea of a "soul" being some disembodied part of us.

The Bible is very clear: "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

When we are alive, we are a living soul. A living being, capable of thought.

When we die, we...die. The breath of life returns to God and the body decomposes and returns to the earth. We cease to exist.

There's no burning in hell forever or going straight to heaven - we are dead and know nothing.


There is, however, a judgement day - on that day we will all answer for our lives. Those covered by the blood of the lamb will be guiltless and be able to enter into heaven. Those who are guilty will go into everlasting punishment - they will be destroyed utterly, the memory of their punishment lasting forever (this is how sin will never happen again)

I challenge you to disprove anything here from the Bible.

God bless!
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Wow. Don’t know where to begin with this nonsense.
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
I cant seem to find a verse
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"But our citizenship is in heaven, and from it we await a savior, the Lord Jesus Christ." -Phillipians 3:20
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
Hell does not burn forever. It destroys.

The idea of God burning people forever is heresy brought in by the Catholic church.
Same thing with the idea of a "soul" being some disembodied part of us.

The Bible is very clear: "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

When we are alive, we are a living soul. A living being, capable of thought.

When we die, we...die. The breath of life returns to God and the body decomposes and returns to the earth. We cease to exist.

There's no burning in hell forever or going straight to heaven - we are dead and know nothing.


There is, however, a judgement day - on that day we will all answer for our lives. Those covered by the blood of the lamb will be guiltless and be able to enter into heaven. Those who are guilty will go into everlasting punishment - they will be destroyed utterly, the memory of their punishment lasting forever (this is how sin will never happen again)

I challenge you to disprove anything here from the Bible.

God bless!
 Quoting: Coward Anonymous 2211954

Wow. Don’t know where to begin with this nonsense.
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Try Genesis :) keep reading after that
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
Hell does not burn forever. It destroys.

The idea of God burning people forever is heresy brought in by the Catholic church.
Same thing with the idea of a "soul" being some disembodied part of us.

The Bible is very clear: "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

When we are alive, we are a living soul. A living being, capable of thought.

When we die, we...die. The breath of life returns to God and the body decomposes and returns to the earth. We cease to exist.

There's no burning in hell forever or going straight to heaven - we are dead and know nothing.


There is, however, a judgement day - on that day we will all answer for our lives. Those covered by the blood of the lamb will be guiltless and be able to enter into heaven. Those who are guilty will go into everlasting punishment - they will be destroyed utterly, the memory of their punishment lasting forever (this is how sin will never happen again)

I challenge you to disprove anything here from the Bible.

God bless!
 Quoting: Coward Anonymous 2211954

Wow. Don’t know where to begin with this nonsense.
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Try Genesis :) keep reading after that
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Everlasting punishment but hell doesn’t burn forever. Ok.
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
Hell does not burn forever. It destroys.

The idea of God burning people forever is heresy brought in by the Catholic church.
Same thing with the idea of a "soul" being some disembodied part of us.

The Bible is very clear: "And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul."

When we are alive, we are a living soul. A living being, capable of thought.

When we die, we...die. The breath of life returns to God and the body decomposes and returns to the earth. We cease to exist.

There's no burning in hell forever or going straight to heaven - we are dead and know nothing.


There is, however, a judgement day - on that day we will all answer for our lives. Those covered by the blood of the lamb will be guiltless and be able to enter into heaven. Those who are guilty will go into everlasting punishment - they will be destroyed utterly, the memory of their punishment lasting forever (this is how sin will never happen again)

I challenge you to disprove anything here from the Bible.

God bless!
 Quoting: Coward Anonymous 2211954

Wow. Don’t know where to begin with this nonsense.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76210317


Try Genesis :) keep reading after that
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Everlasting punishment but hell doesn’t burn forever. Ok.
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The punishment is everlasting. IE, sinners are destroyed. King James refers to it as everlasting punishment, this is what it is referring to - the utter destruction of the wicked.
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
The flame never going out and the worm not dying is a good indication to me that He'll is an horrific place I don't want to experience. Outer darkness equally bad. Burning and blind. In answer to the original question. I think we encounter family but no one is married in Heaven, except to the Bridegroom. I heard someone hypothesize we will all be 30 year old males.
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Re: Does the Bible say anywhere that we will see our loved ones that passed in Heaven?
What about , ‘in my Father’s house are many mansions. I go to prepare a place for you.’ Doesn’t that imply a lot of people would be living there, including you and your loved ones?
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Only THE REDEEMED will see their loved ones,
and only if THEY TOO are REDEEMED by the
Blood of Jesus Christ.

There are only two kinds of people.
The REDEEMED and the LOST.

THAT'S IT. PERIOD.

If you are washed in His Blood, filled with His
Holy Spirit, sealed by Him, with your name
written in the Lamb's Book of Life,
you will live forever WITH GOD,
THE REDEEMED,
and all the Holy Angels.

The only alternative is TOO HORRIBLE
to contemplate.





GLP