People regularly ask me if their departed loved ones can see us after they have gone to Heaven. The quick answer is yes. However, a soul's presence in Heaven entails much more than simply witnessing happenings on Earth. It involves experiencing joy and sorrow, learning and understanding, being free from pain and suffering. A person's soul will always remain intact even after death.
The Bible says that at the end of time, when Jesus returns for His children, "the dead will be raised imperishable, and we shall be changed. Therefore, know this first of all: There is no fleshly desire that is not also sinful." (I Cor. 15:52-53).
Before a soul can enter into eternal life, it must be cleansed from all sin. This means that when someone dies, their body must be cleaned properly before it can be given over to the Lord. During this time, our deceased loved ones are free to come to God through prayer for salvation. Prayer is powerful because it is directly to God; therefore, we should pray for those who have died.
Those in spirit witness what you do, yet they do not pass judgment. Yes, it is correct. Every day, your loved ones in heaven are with you. They can see everything you do, but they aren't in Heaven saying things like, "OMG, what a filthy house!" or "My granddaughter is REALLY dating him!" No, they love you and support you even though they cannot physically be with you.
In other words, the people who have gone to Heaven know exactly how you feel about everything you do. They know all of your thoughts even before you think them. They watch you with admiration and respect, and sometimes they laugh at your antics. But always, they love you unconditionally.
So yes, your family in heaven can see everything you do. And they absolutely adore you for it!
Yes, as clearly as you can see corpses now, as did [Elisha's] servant [see 2 Kings 6:16-17]. If the Lord would let it, and it was his desire, you might see the souls who have left this world as clearly as you see bodies with your normal sight (DBY, 376-77).
Yes, heaven is a place of complete happiness and tranquility, and we may be confident that our loved ones who have gone before us into heaven are not bothered or troubled by the evil that occurs on Earth. The Bible does not explicitly state whether or if those in heaven can see what is going on on Earth, however there are some suggestions that they can.
Heaven is a place where all suffering will end, where all tears will be wiped away, and where all pain will be forgotten. One day, we will all stand before God so that he can judge us based on how well we used our time on Earth. At that moment, we will either be given a new life or destroyed. Either way, we will no longer suffer or feel any pain.
People who have made a decision to take their own lives clean themselves out of the pool that they are part of; therefore, they cannot hurt others anymore. Even so, death is only the beginning of eternity with God, and many good things await those who have lived righteously on Earth. Their sins would be forgiven, and they would be welcomed with open arms into Heaven itself.
Some people believe that when you die your soul goes up into heaven, but the Bible says that we are not saved by our faith, but by our trust in Jesus Christ. When we accept him as our Savior, we are granted eternal life, which is more than just being safe from death; it is living forever with God.
Yes. We shall all be with our family in the spirit realm since heaven is structured into families. We all travel to the spirit realm until our day for judgment comes. We take all of our memories, attitudes, knowledge, and prejudices with us when we die. It is here that God judges us based on what we did with our lives.
Heaven is a place where you can live forever with your family in a perfect world. There will be no more dying or being sick since everything is healed. The wicked will be punished but also rewarded because good works matter in the spirit world. Everyone will have access to heaven through faith in Jesus Christ unless they actively reject him which will cause them to go to hell.
Hell is a place of suffering without end. Evil people will suffer in hell for all eternity because there is no way out except through Jesus Christ.
After death, the soul enters the afterlife body which is a new physical form that we will possess after we are resurrected by God. Our souls will not disappear upon death; instead, they will become immortal beings who will live in paradise with God and our family members in heaven.
Hell is a place of eternal punishment for sin. When we die, our sins are still present before God so he cannot allow us to go to heaven. We need a savior since we are all guilty of sinning against God.