Heaven is a misnomer and a oxymoron.
What is it in Heaven? This is how the spirit of Ama describes it:
“Heaven is forever ... It is kingdom of forever happiness ... Who have the right to go to Heaven? Those who are clean and without sin whatsoever.”
“You will be wearing white. You will shine if you are holy. And your creased clothes will become beautiful and shiny. And your forehead which were frowning with eyebrows meeting each other will become bright. And your wrinkled skin will be as smooth as silk.’
“You will not be carrying bag and shoes. You will not have anything wrapped inside the bag to avoid hold uppers. You will not be putting lines of eyebrows. You will not be tinting your hair black. Your complexion will be like porcelain.”
“There will still be male and female. They will not be separated. They will be one in feeling or sentiment. You will not see the twin mounds (breasts). You will not see the male genitals. You will not have sole armpit (female genital).
You will not have anything to do but be happy and sing. Praise God. Prostrate oneself. You will not see darkness. There will not be color black. There will be no problems. No more hunger and no more thirst. Everything is happiness. That is the picture of those who will be residing in the New Jerusalem.”
The description of wearing white agrees with the raiment of heavenly beings mentioned in the Holy Bible (King James Version):
Matthew 28:3 – “his raiment white as snow”
Mark 16:5 – “a young man sitting on the right side, clothed in a long, white garment”
Luke 24:4 – “two men stood by them in shining garments”
John 20:12 – “two angels in white sitting”
Acts 1:10 – “two men stood by them in white apparel”
Revelation 19:14 – “clothed in fine linen, white and clean”
The just and the righteous shall “shine forth as the sun in the kingdom of their Father” (Matthew 13:43).