“For now we see through a glass, darkly; but then face to face: now I know in part; but then shall I know even as also I am known” 1 Cor. 13:12 There will not be ethnic groups (Jew nor Greek) male or female (Gal. 13:28)
That’s not much to go on to answer my question, How Old will I Look in Heaven. I’m just playing around with some thoughts.
If we were to take a survey for what is the year you would like to be “sealed in” and stay that way forever, what would be the result. Maybe about 25-30? I think I will look in Heaven the age I am when I die. I don’t think I will look late 20ish like this picture.
Thirty-three might be about the best. That we Jesus’ life span on earth. The priests were to be between 25-50. They could remain priests to an old age.
This baby I am holding (a niece) will not look like that baby. She is now a grandmother herself.
Jesus came back from the grave, looking the same as he did when he went into the grave. Of course he was only four days gone so I guess that wouldn’t change him much.
David said about his newborn son who died, “I will go to him.” I think David expected to see his newborn in Heaven, not a grown man.
I have not had a miscarriage so I’ve never experienced what it might be to have an aborted baby awaiting me. I’ve heard other mothers who visualize their babies as still being babies, others have had visions of the child having grown at least a few years older. I’ve never heard one say she believed her baby would be an adult when she sees it in Heaven.
What I am sure about is that when I reach Heaven, I’ll find everybody in health with vim and vigor in a very active life style. No sickness, no missing body parts, no old folks homes!
Methuselah will probably look 969 years old. If I get to feeling older than the rest of you young folks, I will side right up to Methuselah, where I will feel young, and ask him if he drowned before the flood or in the flood. I’m guessing God took Methuselah before the flood. Maybe the raindrops had started and Methuselah shook the water out of his hair as he passed through the Pearly Gates.
I’m just giving you something to think about while the rest of the family are watching wrestling or football. 😀