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    IMMORTAL

    The word immortal is only once used in our version of the Bible, and then is applied to God as one of the divine attributes. “Now unto the King eternal, immortal, invisible, the only wise God, be honor and glory forever and ever.” 1 Timothy 1:17. The original word is, however, used in six other instances, but is never applied to man, nor to any part of man, in the present life. In Romans 1:23, it is again applied to God, translated uncorruptible, as contrasted with man; who is said to be corruptible or mortal. In 1 Corinthians 9:25, it describes the crown of the overcomer. In 1 Corinthians 15:52, it is used to describe the bodies of the saints after the resurrection to immortality. In 1 Peter 1:4, it is used of our future and eternal inheritance; and in verse 23, to the word of God. In 1 Peter 3:4, it is referred to the heavenly adorning of meekness and quietness of spirit.HPGO 64.1

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