I have been rereading a book called Heaven by Randy Alcorn. If you have not read it, you should. Here are a few thoughts Alcorn documented of C.S. Lewis.
All your life and unattainable ecstasy has hovered just beyond your grasp of your consciousness. The day is coming when you will wake to find, beyond all hope, that you have attained it, or else, that it was within your reach and you have lost it forever.
I have met no people who fully disbelieved in Hell and also had a living and life-giving belief in Heaven.
The hills and valleys of Heaven will be to those you now experience not as a copy to an original, nor as a substitute is to the genuine article, but as the flower to the root, or the diamond to the coal
I have found that I often forget about Heaven and the New Earth or I have an improper view. Charles Spurgeon once said that people who cast their minds on eternal realities will never be lethargic. I don’t want to be lethargic. More importantly, I want to see God face to face.
Have you ever found your self bored of the possibility of Heaven?
What do you think Heaven and the New Earth will be like?
Why do you think many Christians so abstractly about Heaven and the New Earth?