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ETERNAL LIFE - A QUALITY OF LIFE



Titus 1:2 King James Version (KJV)

In hope of eternal life, which God, that cannot lie, promised before the world began;

How will you spend eternity?
It sounds too fast asking you how you will spend eternity when you should be asked where will you spend eternity, right?
Eternity is that timeless existence, timelessness or after life,  and it begins here on earth.
- If how you spend here determines where you spend eternity, then ‘how’ is the key to eternity not ‘where’.


There is how you spend here to get there.
Thus, how is a standard. It is a quality of life.

Eternal life is way beyond the hearing and believing that introduces everlasting life(John 5:24).
It is way beyond the life that shield you away from hell/lake of fire. It is the life that exempts you from perishing. (John 10:28)
- Perishing here doesn’t mean dying. We all should die at the right time per destiny.       

Perishability is a function of quality when there is still life or shelf life. E.g. Tomatoes.
There are tomatoes that aren’t dead yet but are perished – poor quality.

Thus, eternal life is that quality of life that does not waste!
It is a life strictly for believers – men who have entered into the kingdom(John 3:5). It is a quality of life that offers the heaven on earth experience. It is a quality of life that is not controlled by the Anti-Christ system.(E.g. Recession)


How do I receive this life?
2 Peter 1:3(KJV):  According as his divine power hath given us all things that pertains unto life(Food, Clothing, Shelter etc.) and godliness, through the knowledge of him that has called us to glory and virtue.  [emphasis added]



This free gift is received through Knowledge. The knowledge of the Person of Jesus Christ.

Have you got this life?
There’s a place prepared for you with the knowledge to this free gift.
See graphics beside for more details.



 


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