Questions from the New Testament Will We Recognize Each Other in Heaven– (Part 26 in a series) 1 Corinthians 13:9-12

Today we will continue to look at the question that many of us have which seems to be
answered in a vague way in 1 Corinthians 13:9-12, “Will we recognize each other in heaven?”
Last week we found three answers to this question: 1) The first thing we saw was that the word
of God implies that we will know each other, (1 Cor. 13:12). 2) It is confirmed also in the account of
the rich man and Lazarus, (Luke 16:19-31). 3) The third proof was found in Luke 9:28-36 at the

"In My Opinion" by Jerry Hopkins

I come to you as merely a “common man.” I have a background—over 360 college
hours (undergraduate and graduate) from twelve institutions of higher education. I’ve taught
at eight different institutions of higher education; authored articles, reviews and columns
appearing in many publications; travelled and spoken in Israel, Germany, Switzerland,
Scotland, England, China and Mexico.

"The Dance" by Neal Murphy

When I was a teenager several of my girl friends tried to teach me to dance.
You know, the various dances typical of the 1950s era. Although I was
musically inclined, I never quite mastered the dance steps, at least not
confident enough to ask a girl to dance at a party.
In college I discovered that I needed a final Physical Education course in
order to graduate. I opted to take “Ballroom Dancing” as my PE course that