The Bible does not specifically answer this question.One thing is for certain. Whatever age we appear to be, we will be gloriously perfect. Our entire person will be remade flawless, wholly and completely Christ-like. We will lose all trace of human fallenness, wearing the white robes of purity, holiness and absolute perfection. So whatever age we are, it will be the age of complete and total perfection.http://www.gotquestions.org/age-Heaven.html
As the responses vary by each persons religion, I will give my answer from your perspective, but with my opinion. In heaven, the physical world-based meanings no longer apply; that is to say, 'old' and 'young' have no meaning. However, some people like to think of heaven as the ideal place in which you could appear before God any way you choose.
This question applies to everyone. I don't have a specific religion though.
Whatever age you die at, you remain that age in either Heaven or Hell. There is a Heaven and there is a Hell. There are angels and there are demons. Most angels come from Heaven. Demons come from Hell. It's common sense, really.
lol i've often wondered that aswell! well i think u stay the same age, becoz what about the people who passed ages ago?! would they be like old and stuff?! wat about hundreds of years ago? you can't age in heaven i'd say uleave ur body behind n stuff
I have heard different stories of people who have died and come back. In the book " heaven is for real", the 4 yr old saw his sister, whom he didn't know he had ( his mom had miscarried before he was born) and this sister was a little older than him , about the age she would have been at the time. Iv also read a story where a father lost his 6 month old son. He was devastated for months. One night, he was awoken by a man who came to him in a bright white light and he had blond hair and was about 21 yrs. He said to the father, "don't u know who I am? I am your son. God took me to heaven to spare me the hardships of this world and He has a purpose for me in heaven." this shows that there is no time in heaven as we can only relate to on earth. In the heaven is for real book, I think that God allowed their unborn child to appear as the age she would have been to help the parents (who never stopped their grieving) kniw and believe, in fact,it was they're daughter waiting in heaven for them. The father who lost his baby, maybe God allowed him to see his son as a young adult to give him the bigger pic of his life and purpose. I mostly hear and read people say that everyone is around mid 20s and 30. ( such as old people who die) they look as they did on earth but just younger and without wrinkles or glasses, etc. :) it's only something we can think about and wonder until we get there, because we r stuck in our finite minds and bodies and can only see one dimension.
When you die the body dies but the soul forever remains. I would think so cause when your birthday comes around you are a different age. Think about it Jesus is in heaven and died for us his birthday comes every year Christmas time is when we celebrate his birthday. I don't remember how old He is but He does age so to answer your question yes we do age in heaven but we still look the same no matter how old we get.
I used to wonder about this as a kid, but I sorta realized that since heaven lasts forever, and our physical bodies don't, heaven is just filled with beautiful souls. And nobody knows what a soul looks like.
I know I'm intruding here, but in my religion (Islam) the old return to 32 and those who are less become 32 I think (that's the prime age) because how would you enjoy the gifts and blessings in heaven if you were too old or too young.
We get new bodies in heaven and assuming god will design them to be adult bodies, I'm guessing physically the body will be new born despite that it's a adult body. Although our spirits age will stay the same and most will vary.
Some saints had visions of heaven and said that everyone is in their youth, like twenties and thirties. Sorry that I can't direct you to any saints in particular. However, God is free from the corruption of time and once we reach heaven He frees us from time as well because time is a very worldly concept. There is no time: only patience.
One little boy went through an experience where he died, went to heaven and then came back. He said that he saw his Great Grandfather, he looked much much younger in Heaven than he did when he died. The little boys father showed the little boy a picture of his Grandfather when he was about Thirty, the little boy said that, that was exactly who he saw. This little boys experience to heaven and back is true and presented in the book - "Heaven is for Real" by Todd Burpo.
The Bible actually reveals two distinct hopes. First, there are those from among mankind that have been selected to rule with Christ as Kings, Priests and Judges as Rev 5:10; and 1 Corinthians 6:3 show. These ones will never again return to the earth to become human again.
The Bible also shows that God's original purpose for the earth will also be realized. First, Ecclesiastes 1:4 and Psalm 37:29 show that the earth will remain forever. Psalm 37:29 and Matthew 5:5.