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What does the Gospel say about inheriting eternal life?

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Extracts some phrases from a book "The Eternal Gospel"

 

What does the Gospel say about inheriting eternal life?

 

There is nothing more important than having eternal life.

The purpose of reading the Bible is to get eternal life.

However, those who read the Bible have not yet received

the seven eyes of the Lord (REV5:6).

Therefore, it is very important to read the Bible

with the eyes of the Lord. The eyes of the Lord let us see eternal life

through the Bible. This writing is a summary of a sermon

preached by the Lord to a rich, young ruler,

with its main body found in ‘LK18:18-30.’

Let's find out how to get eternal life through

the Word of ‘LK18:18-30.’ and other Words which explain about eternal life.

 

 

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