To get an idea of what Heaven will be like, take the happiest moment of your life and multiply it by a million.
You can’t earn your way to Heaven, but you can store up treasures there by doing loving deeds now.
Everything in Heaven is going to be eternal: eternal life, eternal love, eternal you.
Those who love God never meet for the last time. If they don’t meet again in this life, they will be reunited in Heaven.
In Heaven we won’t just sit around on clouds and play harps, as some people imagine. Heaven will be full of action, excitement, discovery, learning, and best of all, love.
Heaven is where all wrongs will be made right.
In Heaven our tears will be wiped away. The sorrow, pain, and grief of life will be forgotten as if it were a dream.
Heaven will be our last move—no packing, no baggage, no long travel! It may be a long way, but it may be closer than you think!—David Brandt Berg
Heaven in all its glory could be summed up in one word: Christ. He is the light of creation, the joy of all life, and above all, the deepest love of our souls. To embrace Him is to embrace the meaning of life and the eternal power of God.—Bettie J. Eadie, near-death survivor and author of Embraced by the Light
Death is no more than passing from one room into another. But there’s a difference for me, you know. Because in that other room I shall be able to see.—Helen Keller, American author and activist, blind and deaf from infancy (1880–1968)
The joys of Heaven will surely compensate for the sorrows of Earth. Hush, hush, my doubts! Death is but a narrow stream, and thou shalt soon have forded it. Time, how short—eternity, how long! Death, how brief—immortality, how endless!—Charles Spurgeon, English preacher and author (1834–1892)