What are Divine life, eternal life, and resurrection life? How do we get them?
Related: Divine Life; Eternal Life New Birth. New birth or quickening refers to the sovereign action of God to impart spiritual life to a person where there was none before. The expression “born anew” does not merely mean “a fresh start”. Nicodemus contemplated entering into his mother’s womb to be born a second time […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The Son of God bringing Life to Man John 3 – 7 John 3 – 7. This great section of John 1 through 7, which focuses on the element of “life”, we find that, after the introduction (ch.1-2), the Lord Jesus is presented as the surpassing replacement for Judaism in John 3 […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The Woman at the Well: Satisfaction, Worship and Service John 4 Jesus Makes Room for John in Judea (4:1-3) CHAPTER 4 ¶ When therefore the Lord knew that the Pharisees had heard that Jesus makes and baptises more disciples than John v.1 Once the Pharisees learned of the proportion of the Lord’s ministry […]
Bk Sec Outline Sec Bk The Door & the Good Shepherd: Christ becomes the Gathering Center John 10 John 10. The events of this chapter took place in two parts; vv.1-18 took place in the fall, and vv.19-42 took place in the winter of the same year. The Spirit of God brings these two discourses of our […]
Main article: Divine Life and Eternal Life Related: New Birth; Divine Life Eternal life. The term “eternal life” is commonly translated “everlasting life” or “life eternal”. The term is used in two different ways in scripture. In the Old Testament (e.g. Psa. 133:3; Dan. 12:2), and in the synoptic gospels (e.g. Mark 10:30), eternal […]