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immortality

(ĭm″or-ăl′ĭ-tē)
The ability of some cells, particularly cancer cells, to reproduce indefinitely. Normal human cells have a finite life expectancy. They may divide for a few dozen generations, but eventually stop reproducing and die.
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Every time we eat the body and drink the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ, it is a pledge of our future salvation of living forever and ever.
Salvation is not "primarily about my personally living forever." It's a long process of maturation, a subject that, without either over-beating self-promotion or coy self-effacement, he feels competent to discuss from the inside.