Do babies that die grow up in Heaven?
- shadowsonic2004Lv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
Go to heaven yes. Grow up no. I think they automatically are 'adults' once they get there. Since your souls are what actually go up there.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Raptured poeple can not came back over age 33. They will be between 28 and 33.
Whether it's a baby that dies at three years of age or it's a person who lives to be 90 and dies, we will all be between 28 and 33 years of age. What? How do you know that? I'm not basing it on I John 3:2, when we see Jesus we'll be like him.
Then on what is it I’m basing this? DNA. We're releasing prisoners all over the nation now who have been found innocent as they have studied their DNA, and boy am I going to tell you some exciting things about DNA and the resurrection message of Easter, But the DNA within every human being, according to optimal development for functioning purposes, never ages beyond 33. So whether it's that little baby or whether it's that 90-year-old, when we hear the shout come up hither, Revelation 4:1 and we're snatched away in the twinkling Of an eye, I Corinthians 15:52, at that moment our bodies are raised, but the DNA is brought back from the dead, cannot be over 33 years of age. 28 to 33. Wow! Isn't that a wonderful thought for the future!
- BimpsterLv 41 decade ago
Up until an unspecified age of accountability. The only God a baby knows to begin with is the one they see at birth, mom. If the mom had a good relationship with The Lord during her pregnancy and the fetus was exposed to the gospel while inside then maybe, who knows. The Word of God never comes back void. Even if it is in the ears of one who does not fully understand. Babies in the womb hear quite well the things going on outside. If the mom was loving and the dad was loving and the environment was full of Worship and praise the baby that dies in the canal or shortly after would just continue that experience in the presence of God.Source(s): Maybe you think this is a bunch of miel but it makes sense to me and I can't back it up in any way shape or form.
- Anonymous1 decade ago
Babies are automatically accepted into Heaven in my opinion, but I'm not certain about the growing up part. That's a good question because I've thought of that in the past myself...I guess we won't really know until we die ourselves. All our questions will be answered. I've noticed many questions here on YAHOO Answers that are impossible to answer because no one really knows...
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- cave manLv 61 decade ago
Yes and there is scripture that supports this.
While it is true that children are too young to make up their minds about Christ, should they die before they are old enough they are assured a place in heaven. Peace and God bless. Oh, and to the non believer, heaven does exist. Some even say heaven exists right here on earth. Are you finding your life to be a living hell my friend? I find my life to be heavenly? Peace and God bless to you as well.
- inteleyesLv 71 decade ago
praise GOD and YES them babies go straight to Heaven, they grow and are taught everything to do with God, Heaven has everything, schools, teaching, music like you never heard. Children singing a lot, many many children up there, from abortions, miscarriages, and older children. God don't lose babies, especially when born innocent, and that they were the thoughts of God..... they were basically Gods thoughts born in spirits wanting to be a redeem person, so God sends them down to be born that redeem person.
- ?Lv 44 years ago
I agree. If plant existence are planted by using human beings or nature on saints graves and improve, in addition they'll improve on toddlers graves. In my adventure as a biologist, I easily have yet to discover a flower that isn't improve based on the age of the guy interior the coffin below it.
- BJLv 71 decade ago
“WHY did my baby die?” the young mother sobbed, grief-stricken at the death of her only child. “He had so many years ahead—so much to live for.”Such parents are not alone in their sorrow. Their pain has been felt by many others. Usually it is a grief known only to a few close friends. At other times the world becomes aware of the loss.
The only book that truly explains this situation is the oldest book in existence, the Holy Bible. Its writers were inspired by God, and so what they wrote merits our interest. One of those inspired penmen wrote almost three thousand years ago: “The living are conscious that they will die.”—Eccl. 9:5.This same Bible writer who wrote, “For the living are conscious that they will die,” continued that very sentence with a statement that surprises many persons. He said: “But as for the dead, they are conscious of nothing at all.”—Eccl. 9:5, 10.
This idea surprises persons who have been taught in their churches that the dead not only are conscious, but are consciously suffering punishments or enjoying rewards. Who has not heard the idea that the dead are suffering in a hellfire or purgatory or are enjoying the blessings of heaven? Yet God’s Word, the Bible, says the dead “are conscious of nothing at all.”
Verify this for yourself. Get your own copy of the Bible, and read these words in the book of Ecclesiastes, chapter nine, verses five and ten.
The Bible teaches that Jesus’ ransom sacrifice opened the way for a magnificent hope for mankind. By laying down his human life, Jesus was offering as a sacrifice the exact equivalent of what Adam had lost—perfect human life on earth. He paid a “ransom” for dying mankind. Now the prospect of eternal life was again open. Thus it was proper for the apostle Peter to call Jesus God’s “Chief Agent of life.” (Acts 3:15) It is by means of this One that God will raise the dead to life in a thrilling resurrection. Concerning this, the Christian apostle Paul said: “There is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.”—Acts 24:15.
Even now there are persons who are exercising faith in God’s Son, and they have a wonderful hope ahead of them, even as Jesus said: “God loved the world so much that he gave his only-begotten Son, in order that everyone exercising faith in him might not be destroyed but have everlasting life.”—John 3:16.
Many persons can quote that Bible passage, but few have thought about what it actually says. It does not say that Jesus gave his life that people might “become angels” or so that “all good people might go to heaven.” It says he did so that they might have “everlasting life.”
You may have prayed: “Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.”—Matt. 6:10, Douay translation.Few persons have realized what a change it will make for that prayer to be answered—for God’s will to be done throughout the earth the way it is done in heaven. In fact, it will require that God replace this present system of things, with its wars, corruption and greed. In its place will be a new system that will assure the conditions of peace and life that God originally created in Eden.
Psalms 37:29 The righteous shall inherit the land, and dwell therein for ever.It is possible to benefit from Christ’s ransom, and to conform to God’s instructions. We can take a course of obedience that will permit us either to survive through the coming “great tribulation” or to be resurrected afterward, into a righteous and cleansed earth, now near at hand. What a blessing to be on hand when dead loved ones, perhaps your children, return from the dead! NO BABIES DO NOT GO TO "hell, or purgatory" THEY ARE ASLEEP WAITING FOR THE RESURRECTION .Source(s): Bible Reasoning from the Scriptures
- snuggels102Lv 61 decade ago
Who knows some would say that they go to Heaven there is no proof of thisSource(s): ..................=)
- Anonymous1 decade ago
that is a good question. I think it would only be fair if they did, but nothing could be the same for them. I hate when people give such crappy answers like is heaven existed or something. Don't answer if your going to be rude.