Let’s face it, we really don’t know that much about God. Yes, sure we can say He lives in Heaven but we have no real earthly idea where that is.
The same is true about what God looks like. Again, we know he made us in His image and Jesus also said that if we saw Him then we also saw the Father, but I believe this is probably more or less speaking about Him in a spiritual sense and not physical.
We do have the situation where Moses saw God’s Glory, but then again he wasn’t permitted to actually look at Him. In several other accounts it was said that God visited earth, but then later it was pointed out that they were actually angels, and not God Himself.
In terms of being a Christian, the most important feature is that Christ and His Holy Spirit is to actually dwell inside of us. Thus, we can say with some confidence that God dwells in us for that is His home in terms of the Church or His Church.
Anyone knows that the term Heaven can mean may things, especially when speaking of it as a place. When we say it’s up there, that is really in very relative terms. A person looking up on the South Pole is looking differently than one on the North Pole. But then again, one could argue that none of this is important.
And while it’s not exactly a deal breaker to know one way or another, it is nice to explore and to inquire.
Think about it. You’re speaking of the two most important spiritual beings in the universe so wouldn’t it be nice to know where it is? Again, we know that Jesus said over and over again that the kingdom of God was near. Once more, this certainly had to be a spiritual reference and not physical.
No matter how this pans out on this earth, one day all these things will be brought to light. I am sure that you are as I am and look eagerly for that day to see and know and embrace all the things of our Lord.