Lmfaooo. He ain’t have to do that. This feels like the time I was shut down about my dog not going into heaven. I felt so bad.As a child I was eagerly excited about getting to heaven and hugging everyone I had lost. Until my pastor shot me down and said everyone was just souls in heaven.
Lmfaooo. He ain’t have to do that. This feels like the time I was shut down about my dog not going into heaven. I felt so bad.
Whoever told you that is ignorant.The book of revelations clearly states that Apostle John saw animals in heaven too. He said they also had been promoted to glory there.Your pooch is peacefully resting in heaven with the Lord.
I’m guessing God knows no race so there won’t be any segregation. So pretty much, everyone loses their race in heaven.
The bible really isn't clear on that. Growing up I was told that we're all going to be brothers and sisters in heaven, which I thought meant we shed away any divisions we had on Earth.
BUT the bible has sections that implying we'll be recognizable in heaven. Here is an article on that: Will we be able to see and know our friends and family members in Heaven? Will we know each other in Heaven? | GotQuestions.org
Basically it says that people in the bible like Moses and Elijah were recognizable in the afterlife. Meaning that we'll likely keep how we look and people will know it's us, so that would mean we keep our race/ethnicity. Also, in the end times we're supposed to be reunited with our Earthly bodies, so even if our souls have no race we'll still be back here.
Now to me, what I take away: nobody knows for sure, all we can take away is that how we look, our race, and our trauma isn't going to affect us in a negative way in heaven. So you might be black in heaven but aren't going to be discriminated against, you'll be loved for who you are.
I wouldnt say God created us to look different, I would say God created Adam and Eve (and every Kind of animal) with diversity in their DNA. I don't believe in evolution but I do believe God created us to be able to adapt to the environment we live in.If God doesn't know race, then why did he create us to look different?
Surely He could foresee how some would oppress others based on how they look, or their gender, etc.
If God wanted us to all be treated the same, why make us look different?