What we will do in heaven has to be one of the most nonsensical questions ever asked. It doesn’t matter what we will do. It matters who we will be with. And that question has been answered—the Lord God, creator and sustainer and savior and lover of us all.
“… even the defeat of Satan is not an end in itself: it is the removal of obstacles to God’s purpose of creating people fit for his heavenly kingdom, in which the disciples are already enrolled as citizens.” —G.B. Caird, Saint Luke 144
Atheist Isaac Asimov talked about the “boredom of heaven.” What a lack of imagination! How could the presence of God be boring?!
For those who are Christians, earth will be the closest they’ll ever get to Hell; and for those who are not Christians, earth will be the closest they’ll ever get to Heaven. http://us2.campaign-archive.com/?u=e1470c067fbe34aad79e96099&id=1ba2870e12
“If this earth is to perish and we are to focus on living eternally with God in heaven, then we must not lose sight that the eternal is of greater significance than the temporary (2 Corinthians 4:16-18).” —Phil Sanders, The Right Kind of Christianity
Unbelievers imagine other dimensions of existence, but scoff at the idea of heaven, because that’s where God is. Admitting the existence of God requires giving him his due. Some refuse to bow the knee by denying he exists.