The Gift of Eternal Life

Eternal life is God’s kind of life. It is eternal because God is eternal. Nothing will ever separate the believer in Christ from the one who loves us. God gave us His free gift of eternal life the very moment we were born spiritually and it can never be lost. It is a life without end, and no one can ever take it from us. There are no final boundaries to eternal life.

The beauty of this new life in Christ is that Christ has so joined Himself to us that we are to go on receiving this life He gives in increasing abundance throughout eternity. The Scriptures tell us that God has promised to enlarge our spiritual capacities until the full life of the infinite Christ is reproduced in us. We are gradually being conformed to His image and likeness.

The life God gives us the moment we believe in Christ is the same life that we will believing with God in eternity. God has already imparted to the believer in Christ the life of the age to come. Eternal life is already a present blessing available to everyone who submits to Christ. Eternal life is knowing the only true God personally through His Son. It is having a personal intimate continuous relationship with Him through faith in Christ. We do not earn eternal life; it is a free gift received when we admit we are sinners, repent and believer in Christ alone.

Bishop Jordan believe that eternal life is given only to those who respond to His love and grace. Have we believed on Him? Will we receive His free gift of life right now? Because we were all dead in trespasses and sins, God sent Christ to give us new life. Christ bore the penalty of our sins on the tree. Our gift has already been paid in full. This is why all we need to do is receive it by faith in Christ. Learn how to have an eternal life with God through Bishop Jordan and get your free personal prophecy now.

“And this is the testimony: Gos has given us eternal life, and this life is in his son. Whoever has the Son has life: whoever does not have the Son of God does not have life.” (1 John 5:11-13)