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TRUST JESUS TODAY
I have always been fascinated with the transformation of a butterfly. We all need to be transformed to become what God wants us to be.II Corinthians 5:17 "Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature; old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new."
Did you ever watch a butterfly,
Emerge from a woven cocoon?
And wonder how such a pretty thing,
Could emerge from such a brown tomb?
As a caterpillar, it once crept,
A thing that many may despise.
Now, its beauty is a thing of awe
That will brighten the sunlit skies.
We, as people, in our sinful state,
Are much like that ugly old worm.
There isnít much thatís an attraction;
Most anyone would gladly confirm.
When Jesus changes that sinful life,
Old things surely all pass away.
Thereís a much sweeter disposition
That will help to brighten a day.
But when this body has passed away,
Then, at the sound of trumpet call;
Weíll be truly transformed, like Christ.
Thereíll be true beauty for us all!
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