When you really think about it, the Bible actually does not have that much to say within its pages. There are certainly a lot of words contained within the Good Book, but the ideas that those words are conveying do not vary as much as one would expect given the size of the Bible. Even with tiny print and pages divided into two columns, each Bible still has more than 1,000 pages. As such, one would think that there would be endless amounts of information within each Bible. In reality, the Bible spends a great deal of its time repeating itself. The same ideas come up over and over again. A massive chunk of the Old Testament, for example, is dedicated to the same basic storyline. The Israelites slide back into polytheism and pagan ways. They begin worshipping idols and committing terrible sins. God becomes angry with them and sends a prophet to convince them to repent. They either do so temporarily before sliding back into sin a generation later, or they are invaded and injured by another nation. This sort of repetition also appears when it comes to ideas about heaven. Jesus gives repeated sermons on the same premise. With that in mind, what does the Bible actually say about heaven?