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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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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He believed that it was the gateway to life everlasting, but he did not want to enter upon that life.
But, happily for us, my brethren, the fountain of divine love flows from a source too pure to admit of pollution in its course; it extends, to those who drink of its vivifying waters, the peace of the righteous, and life everlasting; it endures through all time, and it pervades creation.
May He grant you a double portion of life, a fulfilment of life here on earth and life everlasting in the hereafter with Him in that blissful place called Heaven.
We have different opinions regarding death, but as a Christian, I find so much meaning in life, and hope in death, precisely because of the resurrection of the body and life everlasting. Amen!
8: Bernd Heinrich's "Life Everlasting: The Animal Way of Death," 2012.
That is why the Child Jesus did not hesitate to be 'about my Father's business.' That is why later on, He would promise a hundredfold and life everlasting to all those who left 'father, mother, brothers, sisters, lands and houses' for the Kingdom of Heaven.
Let us strengthen our faith to the Blessed Virgin Mary as she is the way to the Holy Mountain of life everlasting," said Pascual.
'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.'
Willard Wyler made a deal with the devil to become who he is, so might McIntosh have done the same to obtain life everlasting? It's a possibility.
"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."
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. In Jago's illustration, the edges are blurred as are the faces of the sleeping guards, and your eye is drawn to the openness of the sky and to Christ's living flesh.
Threatening to "not set [one's] foot in a church again" (Life everlasting, Letters, June 2015, p.