posted on Feb, 18 2007 @ 02:45 PM
The problem is the question. It will get answers from Christians of different sects and opinions, and thus these answers will vary wildly. I will give
you my personal answer though. I claim to represent no man except myself, but I do claim to represent what I feel is the truth. Gosh that makes me
self righteous don't it?? heheh..
"In his likeness" or "In our likeness" does not mean that God's true form is humanoid. Maybe it just means that God's true form has eyes, a
nose, and a mouth. Or maybe it has none of these, but has 2 arms and 2 legs, and can stand upright. Or maybe something else.
God is known as "invisible", or the "invisible god", but that is only to humans on Earth. In Heaven, as far as I know based on the scriptures, it
does not say that God will be invisible at all. Infact, it speaks alot about God sitting in a throne.
As far as Jesus goes, this is just my opinion, but I think that in Heaven, people look like they did on Earth except at their most beautiful, and
ontop of that, add a spell of perfection over each being, so that everyone is the equivalent of being vastly beautiful. So with that in mind, I think
Jesus would look as he is depicted, and as he actually looked, except even 'better', perfected and even more beautiful, with an aura of beautiful
colors just emanating from all around his being.
In Heaven, beings do not have flesh. It's my opinion that they are made of light, as bright as the sun to a human eye.