Dec 19, 2009 7:18 PM GMT
I'm peeved, of course, big surprise right. While I don't particularly like or understand GAY Christians, I'd like them to exercise their compassion and disregard my disdain for them and answer questions I have about heaven.
How exactly is heaven supposed to be?
I think I recall there is to be no pain, no sin, no suffering, and no death, but do you think there will be government? Do you think there will be laws? Do you think you'll have free will?
Because man is not totally without sin, will the ability to sin be...taken away?
Since it is a fact that your body will die...do you think you'll still have one or will you be a spirit or a ray of light or something? If you are, that explains the inability to sin. Hard to lust if you can't see. Be greedy if you can't spend, rage if you don't have feelings, glutton if you don't have a body, envy if you can't think, sloth if you don't want anything, or be very proud without free will.
What are you going to do up there? Just exist?
If I'm wrong and you regain your body. What of waste? What of common bodily functions that are beneath heavenly standards I would think, like farting? Will everyone have the same or will some have more? Will some "people" even be poor?
I know I am thinking like a human, but it's all I can do. Still, when you think of everlasting life, do you not think of wealth, congregation with people you view as friends, sex, clothes, things you desire, possessions?
Judging from the humble origins of The Savior when he came to Earth, no pomp and circumstance, no gold, no jewels....do you really have an expectation of streets paved with gold (a way I think heaven is described in the bible)?
Besides avoiding the shame and fiery torment of HELL, what do you really expect to gain in heaven?