Note: by Heaven I mean the "temporary state before the resurrection".

In other words, do people keep their virtues, morals, skills, faults, wickedness when they go to heaven?

Or do they become better and get rid of all (or part) of their faults and wickedness?

And what about their virtues. Are they enhanced beyond what they normally were when living?

  • Hi Joe. Thanks for contributing. If you haven't done so please take the tour to find out more about how this site works. I understand that asking about spelling was probably intended to be a joke. However it would be better to ask about real virtues and abilities, and maybe edit out the reference to spelling? Nobody knows anything about people's ability to spell, or need to spell, in heaven. – DJClayworth Apr 20 at 16:19
  • Can you say what you mean by 'heaven' - is this a temporary state before the resurrection, or life in a bodily resurrected state? – One God the Father Apr 20 at 16:53
  • @DJClayworth Yes, the spelling phrasing is to put the question in a lighter way. As you see the real question is if we remain exactly the same ones with all good and bad in us, or if we are somehow "changed". – Joe DiNottra Apr 20 at 21:11
  • @OneGodtheFather Your comment made me think. Do those two heavens have different names or the same one? Just thinking people have only been to te first one so far. – Joe DiNottra Apr 21 at 0:33
  • Great question! Actually made me laugh. Please reopen it and lets have some answers. I am mindful of 1 Cor. 13:8 "as for knowledge, it shall vanish away." – Mick Apr 21 at 11:57