Is heaven real?


Clarify Share Report Asked July 01 2013 Mini Anonymous (via GotQuestions)

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Shea S. Michael Houdmann Supporter Got Questions Ministries
Heaven is indeed a real place. The Bible tells us that heaven is God's throne (Isaiah 66:1; Acts 7:48-49; Matthew 5:34-35). After Jesus' resurrection and appearance on earth to His disciples, "He w...

July 01 2013 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

01 Jean-Paul Max I am a pro-Israel staunch Believer.
I STRONGLY BELIEVE that there is a Heaven up in the sky, physically existing as I see with my carnal eyes the heavenly bodies visible from the Earth. The Earth is a part of our Solar System and the solar system is a part of our Galaxy with numerous other solar systems. Also there are millions of galaxies consisting billions of stars. And nebulae...and so on! How can a wise man deny the entity of Heaven! If there are an earth and other planets, there MUST be a Heaven and it is existing on an ORB like the earth! And the size of that orb is ENORMOUS, we humans cannot imagine or perceive.

Also I STRONGLY believe that the Throne of God of Yisrael is located in the center of the Universe. It is the Source of light and causing all heavenly bodies lit.

All these things are beyond our comprehension as God has programmed human brain and put a limit of our imagination. We will understand all these things immediately after our bodies are transformed into an immortal body in Christ when He returns to the Earth in His full Glory to fetch His Body i. e. the Believers like me. Amen, amen and amen.

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