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There is temporal life and eternal life. There is a difference. There is a distinction between that which is momentary and that which continues, uninterrupted, satisfying, even increasing. So it is with language. In English and Greek there are finite and infinite verbs. What a difference this makes as we read such passages as John 1:12, Luke 13:32 and II Peter 1:4. But the difference is not only a linguistic one. In the life of Spiros Zodhiates, himself a Greek, the ongoing results of the Gospel message have borne their fruit in dozens of countries, hundreds of books, millions of people. This short testimony gives us a glimpse of what happens when men let the Word of God “dwell in them richly”!