eternal life


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eternal life

Everlasting life, often thought of as life that extends into the afterlife. While we all will miss Stu's presence here on Earth, he will now enjoy eternal life in heaven.
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eternal life

Euph. life after death. He passed on into eternal life, leaving us behind to mourn. She is now at rest in eternal life.
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God so loved the world--so loved us--he did not spare his own Son so that those who believe in him may not die but have eternal life.
There's a reason that we understand transcendence as that which takes your breath away, and Eternal Life accomplishes both.
He showed with his own life of perseverance that, indeed, it is the path to secure one's life and eternal life at that.
Though the exact phrase does not appear in 1:1, the revelation of eternal life in v.
The main specialty of this temple is this is one of the best temples of India and it is one of the historical places that plays an important role to attain the eternal life after death," said Vaishali.
I can think of no better tribute to his life than the Eternal Life Memorial.
EASTER MESSAGE: Daffodils symbolise eternal life and bring fresh colour to your home.
When a mysterious alien race, the Kethani, offer Earthlings the gift of eternal life, they change the human world on all levels .
THE son of God may have paved the way for eternal life, but who'll look after the dug?
IF ONLY HACULLA GRANTED ME ETERNAL LIFE I COULD HAVE MY VENGANCE.
The fullness of the life Christ offers us is eternal life, life without limitations.
I've heard about God giving out eternal life, but this is the first time I've heard of him giving out cash," Jeff White, a Hobart police detective, told the Associated Press.
Only one who prays, that is, who entrusts himself to God with filial love, can enter into eternal life, which is God himself," added the Pontiff.
He draws upon this body of experience and expertise in "The Christian Olympics: Going For The Gold Crown" to examine many of the Apostle Paul's metaphors in the New Testament to illustrate the concept of Christians as athletes who pursue the Christian life, a pursuit (like Olympic training and performances) requires endurance, longevity and persistence to finish the race and win the prize--which is eternal life in the Kingdom of God.
Each teen has a unique talent--and each is sent to an exotic location where they hunt for priceless ancient artifacts using their special skills--which will lead either to the secret of eternal life, or face to face with another, more deadly hunter.