everlasting life


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everlasting life

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Miss Ophelia felt the loss; but, in her good and honest heart, it bore fruit unto everlasting life.
The round shape is said to represent the circle of life, and the evergreen foliage shows everlasting life.
Chinese monks, who were trying to concoct a poison for everlasting life, accidently made: A.
The only end that matters is everlasting life with God.
But Christ promises everlasting life, a promise I believe is best experienced in community, in service of one another, and practiced daily.
Christmas red (berries) and evergreens are symbols of Christ's blood and everlasting life.
For a large corporation, the key concept could center on having an everlasting life.
The United States Army drafted him and he proudly served four years spending time in Germany while gaining everlasting life skills and friendships.
The understandings contained within this book will not only repair that breach, but it will also prepare the world for the truth of the mission of Michael when he will will stand up and deliver the children of the people to everlasting life in the End Times beginning this year.
Noting that the Bible is clear that God hates wickedness and will ultimately judge all people for their own sin, Comfort emphasized that God is also "rich in mercy and has provided a Savior so that we can avoid Hell and be granted everlasting life as a free gift.
You fell martyr only to be showered with the blessings of God who chose you to have short existence in a corruptive world and to live a long, everlasting life in the other world of truth and divinity," said Aswad.