And His servants shall serve Him.
In some ways, the new earth will resemble this one, but it will be bigger, brighter, happier, and sinless. There will be a lot to do. Before Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden, they enjoyed a perfect environment but they weren’t inactive. God told them to tend the Garden (Genesis 2:15). After His resurrection, the Lord Jesus didn’t retire to inactivity. He continued His work through His church (See Acts 1:1). We’ll not be bored in heaven. According to Revelation 22:3, His servants will serve Him on the new earth and throughout the Celestial City.
According to Revelation 22, there will be gardens in New Jerusalem. There will evidently be levels of organization requiring leadership and management (Matthew 25:23). There will be no police officers, prison guards, or medical personnel. No evangelists, for none but the redeemed will dwell there. But perhaps there will be artists, poets, builders, cooks, and groundskeepers.
Yes, you may enter heaven and serve the Lord there. You may look forward to it every day as you serve Jesus on earth as your Savior and Lord.
The glimpses of heaven we are given in the Bible indicate there will not be one second of boredom, frustration, or irritation.… We’ll enjoy our service to the full because we will have new bodies that won’t ever get tired.
Tony Evans, in his book The Best Is Yet to Come