Consider the Words of Jesus in Matthew 6:19-20, “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal: But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal.” It would not be fair, nor would the Lord's Word be honest, if backslidden and immature believers who never lift a finger for God to get people saved share equal rewards and happiness in Heaven as those Christians who sacrifice, labor in prayer, preach the Gospel, contend for the faith and faithfully serve the Lord through much suffering.
Clearly, some believers will have more treasures in Heaven than others. The Lord calls them “treasures.” The Greek word for “treasures” is thesauros, which means “a deposit, that is, wealth.” Literally, the same God who discourages us from laying up wealth upon the earth, encourages us to lay up treasures in Heaven. The heathen world has it all backwards, ignoring eternity and living only for the moment. Oh, how foolish are most people in this world!
Jesus promised that there won't be thieves to steal our heavenly wealthneither by break-ins, nor by corporate insurance theft, nor by out-of-control government taxation, nor by a rigged and corrupt evil legal system that robs men of their life's savings. So know that our heavenly wealth will be literal possessions. A thief cannot steal something that doesn't exist. Jesus said that neither moth nor rust will corrupt them, which again plainly indicates physical possessions from the Lord.
My mind can think of many nice things which a person could own. I personally believe that God, who knows our secret desires, will give us possessions in Heaven that we never imagined. The Lord knows what will make us happy. I usually tell the Lord to surprise me in Heaven. I don't tell God what I want, because I may choose less than what He knows is best. Howbeit, I have made special requests for certain foods that I love, like egg-rolls, pizza and cheeseburgers from specific restaurants that are unique. I believe that we will eat our favorite foods (and no doubt many new ones we've never tasted) at the Marriage Supper of the Lamb (Revelation 19:9; Luke 22:18).