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There is some conjecture as to whether there is such a thing as a "heavenly language." Is there a language unknown on earth but spoken fluently in heaven? If so, is it possible for someone to learn...
God saw that all people were speaking the same language and building the Tower of Babel. There he scrambled the lamguage and people followed the people that spoke their language, and they spread throughout the whole world. I don't know what language they were all speaking, but God (Hasham) knows all languages because He made all languages. If there is a heavenly language, the bible does not say, but I believe that it will not matter what language you speak in Heaven; the recipient of that language will hear and understand in their language (remember that nothing is impossible with God). When Peter spoke at Pentecost, many people were saved because they heard him speak in their language. I believe that language, or for that matter other things like race, cultures, egos will have no bearing in Heaven. We will worship God, the only true God in the manner that he wants us to worship Him, in the Spirit and in truth. He placed a lot of obstacles here on Earth (race, cultures, ect..) for our testing and let our free Will make our decisions. Stop, think about all the injustices that we have here on Earth to work through. The guidelines are in the Bible and He made us in His Image, the physical is for this world, but the Spirit is for eternity. The things that seem really big things on earth are nothing in Heaven. God loves us so much that He came, became Human, then died for us so we can undo the mistakes in the Garden of Edan and restore eternal life with Him. Religion, Denominations, idols, etc.. will not save you. The only Salvation is Jesus Christ, Who is the Salvation, the Truth, the Way and the Life, for there is no other.
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