This Love of God, then, brings immortality in the true sense of the term. When It enters into the soul of a man and possesses it, that soul becomes immortal, and in no other way can immortality be acquired.
Not all things of God's Creation are immortal, for in a shorter or longer time they perform the object of their creation. Their existence is no longer required, and they become dissolved into the elements of which they were composed. Man's physical body is not immortal for this reason.
After a short life on earth, it dissolves and is no more. His spirit body is primarily of this evanescent character, and it may be that, in the course of eternity, it will have performed its mission and cease to exist. We do not know this.
Neither are we assured that it is not true, because the spirit body is dependent upon the continuous existence of the soul for its continuous existence.
Not all souls will receive a part of the Father's Divine Love, which is the only thing that has this immortality within Itself, and so it may be that at some time in the future, this soul without the Love may cease to exist, and be a creature of the Father no more.
But this we do know: that whatever partakes of the Divine Love has that which is necessarily immortal in it. It can no more die, than can this Love Itself, and hence must be immortal. ...... The Message