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1.We won’t miss our previous lifestyles.Have you at any point purchased an economy ticket for a flight, but since of overbooking, been moved up to first class? Did you lament the update? Did you invest your energy pondering, What am I missing by not being in the back of the plane?2. We won’t move turn into angels.I’m frequently inquired as to whether individuals, especially kids, progress toward becoming angels after they pass.The appropriate response is no.Passing is a movement of a similar individual starting with one place then onto the next. The place changes, yet the individual continues as before. A similar individual who winds up noticeably missing from his or her body ends up noticeably give the Lord (2 Corinthians 5:8). We won’t be angles however we’ll be with them.3. We won’t be tempted.One day someone came to ask me,whether we will ever be tempted to play Judas on Christ. The appropriate response is no. What might tempt us? Purity is the nonattendance of something (sin), while exemplary nature is the nearness of something (God’s heavenliness). God will never pull back His heavenliness from us; in this way, in paradise we can’t sin.4. Regardless we won’t know everything.God only is omniscient. When we bite the dust, we’ll see things significantly more obviously, and we’ll know a lot more than we know now. Be that as it may, we’ll never know everything.5. We will experience emotions even after physical death.In Scripture, God is said to appreciate, love, chuckle, take pleasure and celebrate, and in addition be furious, cheerful, desirous and happy. To resemble God intends to have and express feelings. Thus, we ought to expect that in paradise feelings will exist for God’s wonderfulness and our great.6. We still will have work to do.Working after we pass into heaven is unfamiliar to numerous individuals. However Scripture unmistakably shows it. At the point when God made Adam, he “took the man and place him in the Garden of Eden to work it and deal with it” (Genesis 2:15). Work was a piece of the first Eden. It was a piece of an immaculate human life.God Himself is a specialist. He didn’t make the world and afterward resign. Jesus stated, “My Father is dependably at His work right up ’til the present time, and I, as well, am working” (John 5:17). Jesus discovered awesome fulfillment in His work. “‘My nourishment,’ Jesus stated, ‘is to do the will of Him who sent me and to complete His work'” (John 4:34).