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.
This is foremost in commentary to the passion and death of Jesus, which includes already the certainty of His triumph in bringing everlasting life to the world.
The apostle John wrote, "For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believes in Him should not perish; but have everlasting life.
The fundamentalist dissenters have brainwashed the budding minds in the name of jihad for winning will of Allah and earn the everlasting life in paradise.
Holly and Ivy have been used to decorate homes since the 9th century, because they symbolise everlasting life.
The Druids - the priests of the ancient Celts - used evergreen trees , holly and mistletoe as symbols of everlasting life during winter solstice rituals.
Shaikh Nasser watered a palm tree, symbol of everlasting life.
FICTION p18 holly and ivy have been used to decorate homes since the 9th century, because they symbolise everlasting life.
The white cloth recalls the baptismal garment as a sign of Christian dignity which must be unstained into the everlasting life.
In return for this Allah will give you an everlasting life of pleasure.
The Bible passage John 3:16 states: "For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.
In the baptismal rite the oil is used with the words "as Christ was anointed priest, prophet, and king, so may you live always as a member of his Body, sharing everlasting life.