What Heaven Will Be Like

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The Bible indicates that heaven will be a place of great understanding and knowledge of things that we never learned down here. Sir Isaac Newton, when an old man, said to one who praised his wisdom, “I am as a child on the seashore picking up a pebble here and a shell there, but the great ocean of truth still lies before me.” And Thomas Edison once said, “I do not know one millionth part of one percent about anything.” Many of the mysteries of God-the heartaches, trials, disappointments, tragedies, and the silence of God in the midst of suffering-will be revealed in heaven.

Prayer for the day

All the questions will be answered, loving Father, when I take my place in heaven to praise You.

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  1. Haroun Akram says:

    I’ve lost both my mom and dad on Christmas day, and here lately all I think about is are they together again in heaven. I catch myself imagining what heaven is like and reading a lot of different levels of heaven. is this normal because at times I wish I was there but definitely not ready and freaking myself out.

    1. Monique says:

      I’m so sorry for your loss. Yes I think its normal to think about heaven after losing both your Mom and Dad. I recently lost my dad to cancer and then just a few months later my niece died in a car accident. There were times I felt like my heart was breaking and I couldn’t breathe. My grief was so overwhelming. I felt myself wanting to be in heaven with them. That freaked me out too! I was becoming more attached to heaven than this life. I turned to the word of god. Fully allowing God to heal my heart and give me peace right here on earth. Life is a gift and so short. I will embrace it until God calls me home. You are in my prayers.

  2. Adepeju Robert James says:

    Thanks for the message. I await the moment to be in heaven and to see God.

  3. Tunde Samuel says:

    I like your daily devotion and encourage me