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Gianna Mitzel

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  1. I always grew up thinking that there weren't different levels of heaven, the thought never even crossed my mind. So I went to see if I could find something in the Bible that would help. The first verse I got was from the book of John 14:2 " In my Fathers house there are many dwelling places. If there were not, would I have told you that I am going to prepare a place for you?" So, I was wondering, by dwelling places does that mean the different levels of heaven, or not? In another passage, the apostles are arguing about who out of the twelve would be the greatest in the Kingdom of God. And Jesus brings a child in their midst and says: " whoever humbles himself like this child is the greatest in the kingdom of heaven." There are multiple other verses like this, regarding the greatest or least in the kingdom of heaven. So, does that mean that the greater are at a higher level in heaven, and the least in a lower level? But then again, as far as I know, (correct me if I'm wrong,) but when Jesus teaches about judgment, he never said anything about going to a certain level of heaven. But I guess there weren't many details about that sort of thing either if I remember correctly.
  2. So I did a little research on this topic and I was getting the same answers! Thanks for clearing that up!
  3. So in the Bible when Adam and Eve sin God says that the pains in childbirth will be intensified. So that was a result of sin. But since Mary had no sin, did it still apply? And I have also heard that Jesus Just like passed out of the womb miraculously and MAry did not give birth if that makes any sense. Thoughts?
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