What language will we speak in Heaven?

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  1. evangelist6589

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    I have wondered the answer to this question. Will it be Hebrew? English? Or will we speak our own native language and God will translate it so others can understand?
     
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    I suspect that no translation will be necessary.
     
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    There is no way to know the answer to this question. For starters, it assumes we will be speaking in Heaven.
     
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    According to Dr. M. James Hollowood late professor of Biblical Languages at MBBC, Hebrew. At least that's what he told his Hebrew students.
     
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    King James English? RoflmaoLaughRoflmao (I just crack me up!) ;);)Whistling:p
     
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    To hear some tell it, yes.
     
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    Well after all that is what Jesus spoke.
     
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    Yes. Modern versions are corruptions of His word. Let no corrupt communication....ah...skip it...
     
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    We will speak the language of angels.
     
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    We will speak Bararish. :)

    Zephaniah 3:9 For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of the LORD, to serve him with one consent.

    Pure - Hebrew : barar.
    Brown, Driver, Briggs; And The Theological Wordbook of the OT :Barar Purge.

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    We won't speak? How will we communicate?
     
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    I was reading a Tim Lahaye book and this is what he argues.
     
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    Where is Jordan? Thats what he will argue.
     

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