Your Bible question was:
> Where would I find information on the form we take on after this life?
> Christians die and go to heaven, what kind of body do we take on?  Do we
> feel, taste, smell, and remember?  Does our spirit work like the mind
> we'll remember forever?

The best passage I know to help us understand these things is 1 Corinthians
15:35-54, in which we learn that our resurrected bodies will be _spiritual_
bodies which are incorruptible.  (Read this passage for more details.)

Some of the things you ask we cannot tell for sure, but we know that we will
be conscious and active (cf. Rev. 14:3-5; 21:1-7).  But remember, we will
have spiritual bodies, so there is a difference between what we now
experience and what will be the Christian's eternal experiences.

As for your next question:
> What about the non-believer, who goes to hell?  Will they live forever in
> hell, and if so will they feel, etc.

Luke 16:19-31 and Mark 9:42-49 indicate that those in punishment are fully
conscious and aware of their terrible circumstance.  It is a fearful thing
which should cause us to repent and obey the gospel while the opportunity is
ours!  (Rom. 2:3-11; 2 Thess. 1:8-9; Heb. 5:8-9; 10:26-27, 31).

Both heaven and hell are real places, and every one will receive one or the
other as a just reward or punishment (Matt. 25:46; Rev. 20:12-15; 21:6-8).

I hope this is of some help to you.

Joe Price

Joe R Price

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Mt. Baker church of Christ