I had a very brief death experience. I walked to a house, outlined shape of a house, that was glowing. As I got in the "house" I sensed some of my deceased family was there. The people also were just outlined with a bright light shining thru them and their arms around each others shoulders. I sensed they were specifically waiting for me. You feel light as a feather, as tho you are floating. It's more feelings that anything said or heard, at that point as best I remember because I was overwhelmed with joy. The feeling i had was the most love and joy beyond imagination. That's as far as I got. I can hardly wait to go back. Can't imagine what meeting God will be like!
Not many peaple can know the answer to this question but i know it will be the happiest place known to man man and one time I saw a tv show the littlest Angel and it pissed me of because at the end God spoke to the Angel who used to be a boy and in the bible it says we will be with God and we won't turn into angels 2 things I know
Sometimes I wonder if God just resurrects our soul in a different galaxy, living life again. Heaven would then be having another chance, rather than being dead in a box. Then other times I think it's a spiritual place where it's souls, with no human body look, that just exist in total happiness, but I can't really picture it physically.
You can read a book called, " revealing heaven.". The author has experienced heaven more than anyone. It's the most detailed iv ever heard or read about heaven. I don't read books and consider it "scripture" but, it's fascinating and interesting. The author is a Godly woman and raised by a pastor. Prob a pretty conservative person. She is a very humble and service oriented person.
I cannot figure out why people still cling onto things that have been debunked for so long now. NDEs have been debunked. They can be recreated in controlled environments such as flight simulators. There is a James E. Winery who was the chief air medical scientist at Naval Air Warfare Center in 2003 who has experienced 20-30 of them. I also don't get why people can have the most random dreams every night but once they have a dream about heaven it must absolutely be real. You will never get a definitive answer so you shouldn't expect one. Unless you don't really care about a correct answer and you just want all the believers to tell you what you wanna hear.
Picture your local library. Now, assuming your library is like mine, then you'll have to do some things. Remove all computers, board games, book clubs, outlets, DVDs, and interesting books(Comics, picture books, etc.) leaving behind autobiographies and yarn documentaries. Now add a ton of laws that completely restrict the way one can read these books and where as well as making it illegal to formulate your own opinion on said books. Finally, sit down at your designated table with your yarn documentary and read for eternity. Welcome to heaven.
This is honestly how I've pictured heaven since I was 7.
God made man perfect and most Christians will agree that sin and death entered the picture because of Satan turning against God and inciting Adam to sin (Romans 5:12/ 6:23). So, wouldn't that mean that removing Satan's influence and sin would result in Gods original purpose for mankind being fulfilled, eternal life on earth? Psalms 37:10,11,29 talks about the righteous possesing the earth and residing upon it forever. Revelation 21:3,4 talks about a time when God will be with man and death will be no more. Isn't that what Jesus taught his followers to pray for at Matthew 6:9,10? Because of Jesus' sacrifice we can be forgiven of our sins and have this hope. Until then, the dead are asleep, conscious of nothing (Ecclesiastes 9:5, Psalm 146:4). The bible also talks about a future resurrection (John 5:28,29). Would this be necessary if the dead are already in heaven or another spirit realm? The bible does mention those who will be in heaven and have a specific purpose there. To learn more about God's heavenly Kingdom and it's earthly subjects see: http://www.jw.org/en/bible-teachings/questions/what-is-gods-kingdom/