In fact, the Bible indicates that we will know each other more fully than we do now. It is true that our appearance will change, because God will give us new bodies, similar to the resurrection body of Jesus. However, we can shed tears of joy. Can you imagine that joy floods your eyes when you meet Christ, for example, and when you are reunited with your loved ones? I can.
When we die, we will see things much more clearly and we will know much more than we know now. Does this mean that people in Heaven are sad when evil seems to be winning the day? No, not at all. On the one hand, they (unlike us) see the big picture; they know that even in the midst of life's anguishes and trials, God continues to work behind the scenes. They also know that Satan is a defeated enemy, and one day all evil will be destroyed and Christ will rule in perfect peace and justice.
You are the church, and Lifeway is here to serve you with biblical resources for everything life has in store for you. So to me that means I probably agree with God that we make our own decisions on this question based on what little the Bible says. Each biblical genealogy is a testament to God's interest in history, heritage, and the development of events on Earth. We need a biblical theology of humor that will prepare us for an eternity of celebration and spontaneous laughter.
Behind every support specialist, Bible study editor, graphic designer, and accountant is a Sunday School teacher, children's volunteers, or small group leaders. Unfortunately, the Bible contains little specific language that directly answers this question per se.