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How many will you see in Heave one, two or three

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Kay, Oct 23, 2008.

  1. Kay

    Kay New Member

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    I was wondering what everyone thought. Do you think in Heaven we will see Father, son and Holy Spirit? Or will we just see Jesus on the throne? Will we be able to know them as separate persons or as one God?
     
  2. TaliOrlando

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    I think we will see the all... its going to be great! :)
     
  3. Kay

    Kay New Member

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    But if you see three is that not three separate Gods? Who is on the throne Jesus or God or all three?
     
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    Personally, without thinking too hard about this, I believe that Heaven and the Triune God are outside of our known human dimensions of space and time. Therefore, we’ll no longer view things as we do now in Heaven, nor will we be bound to our earthly dimensions. It’ll all make sense when we get there.

    In XC
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    FriendofSpurgeon Well-Known Member
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    I agree -- we're just not there.
     
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    steaver Well-Known Member
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    John saw the Father on the throne holding a scroll in His right hand. Then Jesus took the scroll and broke the seals (Rev 5). Not sure about the Holy Spirit, if He can be seen or not.
     
  7. BobRyan

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    Jesus is at the right hand of God - seated on His Throne.

    I doubt that we will "see" the Holy Spirit as His role even in heaven seems to be a "behind the scenes" function all across the Universe.

    in Christ,

    Bob
     
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