If one agrees to be an organ donor, will one be whole in heaven?

I'm hoping it is so.

Clarify Share Report Asked June 05 2014 Stringio Martin Lopez

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Stringio Steven Scott Grader for the Ontario Jail Ministry
Yes, one WILL be whole in Heaven. 

Think about the people who have suffered horrific things {Such as 9/11}.
Every one will have their bodies put back together again. 

Unfortunately, MANY people will die a second death when they face Jesus as their Judge.

Those who have accepted Him as their Lord and Savior will be in Heaven completely whole, but with better bodies.

I am SO looking forward to having a perfect mind {I have 4 mental disabilities}, perfect hearing {I wear 2 hearing aids}, and perfect sight {I have acute visual problems}.

Those who were unfortunate to have limbs amputated will be reunited with their lost limbs.

Those who have been ripped apart by wild animals will be made whole again.

Ponder on all this, and rejoice. Go ahead and be an organ donor. It can prolong lives down here. {And who knows ~ maybe prolong a life long enough to where the recipient will accept Jesus as their Lord and Savior!}

Wouldn't it be cool? When we get to Heaven we will have our body parts back, and I pray that those who have donated parts will meet those whose life you saved long enough to come to know Him as their Lord and Savior!

June 06 2014 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Seth3 Seth Freeman
Absolutely Yes! We were created as both physical and spiritual beings. After Christ returns and the final judgment is completed, those of us who will spend eternity with Christ will all receive perfected bodies at last. We, along with the earth will be fully redeemed and remade as we originally ought to have been. Heaven will come down and Jesus will reign here on earth for eternity where we will live - perfected, whole.

June 06 2014 0 responses Vote Up Share Report

Data Sarah Winn Christian believer, college graduate + Walmart employee.
I tell you this, brothers: q flesh and blood r cannot inherit the kingdom of God, nor does the perishable inherit the imperishable. For this perishable body must put on the imperishable, and w this mortal body must put on immortality.
I Corinthans 15: 50 + 53

From this passage above, I feel it is ok to donate organs and/or blood. We will be given new bodies. 
In September 99, I required some blood because I totaled a car. I lost a lot of blood and I didn't have a choice about it for I was unconscious. To save my life, they had to give me blood. I am forever thankful for the choices made on my behalf. 
Sarah Winn

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