Life everlasting

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(Bot.) a plant with white or yellow persistent scales about the heads of the flowers, as Antennaria, and Gnaphalium; cudweed.

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He believed that it was the gateway to life everlasting, but he did not want to enter upon that life.
We know we have a long way to go in Maryland and in other states like California and Illinois, but we can certainly see God's hand at work on behalf of those who champion life and life everlasting.
Today we pray: I believe in the Holy Spirit, the Holy Catholic Church, the communion of saints, the forgiveness of sins, the resurrection of the body, and life everlasting.
The Risen Christ stands with one foot firmly planted on his tomb as if he is stepping over the edge of the grave, going beyond the limits of death to emerge victorious into life everlasting.
By discussion comes understanding By understanding comes light By light comes wisdom By wisdom comes life everlasting
In the end, he would give his own life and submit to a tortuous death in order to save sinners from death and assure them of life everlasting.
As if he lived half in this world and half in the world of shadows that lay beyond, half in this life and half in the life everlasting.
Nothing but a breath--a comma--separates life from life everlasting," she learns from her academic mentor, played with intellectual gusto by Suzanne Bertish.
Campbell sings about a life everlasting and the love of the eternal soul on the metaphysical, Paul Westerberg-original "Ghost on the Canvas.
If the authors they chose are familiar with the creed and the Trinity, if they believe in the Eucharist, in the "forgiveness of sins and life everlasting," their readers might probably be people who are likewise shaped by faith.
Americans need remind themselves that there is no constitutional right to life everlasting.
Kjersti moves into a trailer owned by a woman named Eileen, who believes in life everlasting too.