This is a continuation of the series of questions and answers on the subject of Heaven, taken from the book “1001 Bible Questions Answered” by William L. Pettingill and R.A. Torrey.
Q: “Shall we see the three persons of the Godhead in Heaven?”
A: “I do not know, for it is not revealed in scripture. Some students say we shall only see the Son, in whom ‘dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily’ (Col. 2:9), but in various places in scripture the Father is seen, and also the Son (Dan. 7:13-14, Rev. 5:6-7 for instance); and I know of nothing in scripture that would preclude the possibility of God manifesting Himself visibly in His three persons. Anyway, we may depend upon it that if any when we get to Heaven, everything will be perfectly satisfactory. (Ps. 65:4)”
Now its your turn. Have you ever thought about this question? I know I haven’t. I have just assumed that all we would see is Jesus, because He is physical and therefore visible. On the other hand, we will be in our glorified bodies, like Jesus’ body. (1 John 3:2). Either way, I’m glad that the blood of Jesus and the grace of God has provided a way for us to be there at all, let alone for eternity. Okay, I’m preaching now, so back to the question – what do you think? (Comment below.)