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Introduction - Robert J Morgan is the teaching pastor at Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee and is well known for expository messages that are rich in excellent illustrations of Biblical principles.These sermons are older messages preached on various passages in Romans. In Him Was Life John 1:1 And the Word Was God - 1 John 1:1 And the Word Was God - 2 John 1 Believe Series: Aslan's Song John 1:1-5 The Lamppost at Lantern Waste John 1:1-10 Flashlights and Mirrors at Christmas John -14 Once He's With Us, We Can Do Things John 1:1-18 One Blessing After Another" - A Verse for the New Year John Mary Had a Little Lamb John Sermon John 4:1-32 Who Can You Win to Christ This Year?I don’t think there is one; and that presents a real problem because it is the key word in our text today—LIFE. The dictionary I typically use is Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary, the Ninth Edition, and so as I prepared this message I turned to the word “life” to check out the definition.As you would expect, there was a long string of definitions, but the first one set the tone for the others. It said: The quality that distinguishes a vital and functional being from a dead body.I’ve been thinking of one day planning and preaching an entire series of sermons just on John , and the other day as I was studying this verse, I recalled that it has been called the Gospel in a Nutshell; and as I worked through it I saw why. It’s a pair of adjectives that John uses over and over—eternal and everlasting.It isn’t just life that Jesus gives us; it is eternal and everlasting life.God in His omniscient creative genius designed this universe with two types of matter—animate and inanimate, living and non-living; and He achieved perfect balance between the two. We can’t look up all fifty occurrences, of course, but we can look at some keys, starting with the first time this word occurs in the actual body of the book of John—John ff.
But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.” I sometimes wonder if John the evangelist was melancholic, if he worried about the brevity of life, if he brooded over dying.
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Well, most words are easy to define, but there is one word for which I have never read an adequate definition.