Does my loved one have a body when he/she dies?

dHaving been clothed, we shall not be found naked. 4 For we who are in this tent groan, being burdened, not because we want to be unclothed, ebut further clothed, that mortality may be swallowed up by life.

d Rev. 3:18
e 1 Cor. 15:53
The New King James Version. Nashville : Thomas Nelson, 1982, S. 2 Co 5:3-4

The human being does not desire nakedness.  One day we will be given a glorified body.  Until then, when a believer dies, he/she is given a temporary body.  There is no Purgatory (See:  No Purgatory).  Where Jesus is--we will be.  Edited notes:  Turning Point with Dr. David Jeremiah.

3 And if I go and prepare a place for you, cI will come again and receive you to Myself; that dwhere I am, there you may be also.

c [Acts 1:11]
d [John 12:26; 1 Thess. 4:17]
The New King James Version. Nashville : Thomas Nelson, 1982, S. Jn 14:3
Body of man
A.     By creation:
Made by God     Gen. 2:7, 21, 22
Various organs of     1 Cor. 12:12–25
Bears God’s image     Gen. 9:6; Col. 3:10
Wonderfully made     Ps. 139:14
B.     By sin:
Subject to death     Rom. 5:12
Destroyed     Job 19:26
Instrument of evil     Rom. 1:24–32
C.     By salvation:
A Temple of the Holy Spirit     1 Cor. 6:19
A living sacrifice     Rom. 12:1
Dead to the Law     Rom. 7:4
Dead to sin     Rom. 8:1–4
Control over     Rom. 6:12–23
Christ, the center of     Rom. 6:8–11; Phil. 1:20, 21
Sins against, forbidden     1 Cor. 6:13, 18
Needful requirements of     1 Cor. 7:4; Col. 2:23
D.     By resurrection, to be:
Redeemed     Rom. 8:23
Raised     John 5:28, 29
Changed     Phil. 3:21
Glorified     Rom. 8:29, 30
Judged     2 Cor. 5:10–14
Perfected     1 Thess. 5:23
E.     Figurative descriptions of:
House     2 Cor. 5:1
House of clay     Job 4:19
Earthen vessel     2 Cor. 4:7
Tent     2 Pet. 1:13
Temple of God     1 Cor. 3:16, 17
Members of Christ     1 Cor. 6:15
Thomas Nelson Publishers: Nelson's Quick Reference Topical Bible Index. Nashville, Tenn. : Thomas Nelson Publishers, 1995 (Nelson's Quick Reference), S. 108


5:2 we groan. Paul had a passionate longing to be free from his earthly body and all the accompanying sins, frustrations, and weaknesses that were so relentless (see notes on Rom. 7:24; 8:23). clothed with our habitation … from heaven. The perfections of immortality (see notes on v. 1).
5:3 we shall not be found naked. Paul clarified the fact that the believer’s hope for the next life is not a disembodied spiritual life, but a real, eternal, resurrection body. Unlike the pagans who viewed matter as evil and spirit as good, Paul knew that Christian death would not mean being released into a nebulous, spiritual infinity. Rather, it would mean the receiving of a glorified, spiritual, immortal, perfect, qualitatively different but nonetheless real body, just as Jesus received (see notes on 1 Cor. 15:35–44; Phil. 3:20, 21; cf. 1 John 3:2).
5:4 unclothed … further clothed. See notes on vv. 2, 3. Paul reiterated that he could hardly wait to get his glorified body (cf. Phil. 1:21–23). mortality … swallowed up by life. Paul wanted the fullness of all that God had planned for him in eternal life, when all that is earthly and human will cease to be.
5:5 for this very thing. More precisely translated “purpose.” Paul emphatically states that the believer’s heavenly existence will come to pass according to God’s sovereign purpose (see notes on Rom. 8:28–30; cf. John 6:37–40, 44). God … has given us the Spirit. See notes on 1:22; Rom. 5:5; Eph. 1:13; cf. Phil. 1:6. guarantee. See notes on 1:22; Eph. 1:13.
5:6 at home in the body … absent from the Lord. While a believer is alive on earth he is away from the fullness of God’s presence. However, Paul was not saying he had absolutely no contact, because there is prayer, the indwelling Spirit, and fellowship through the Word. Paul was simply expressing a heavenly homesickness, a strong yearning to be at home with his Lord (cf. Ps. 73:25; 1 Thess. 4:17; Rev. 21:3, 23; 22:3).
5:7 The Christian can hope for a heaven he has not seen. He does so by believing what Scripture says about it and living by that belief (see note on Heb. 11:1; cf. John 20:29).
5:8 absent from the body … present with the Lord. Because heaven is a better place than earth, Paul would rather have been there, with God. This sentiment simply states Paul’s feelings and longings of v. 6 from a reverse perspective (see notes on Phil. 1:21, 23).
MacArthur, John Jr: The MacArthur Study Bible. electronic ed. Nashville : Word Pub., 1997, c1997, S. 2 Co 5:2