How often have you said to yourself, "Who am I really?" or "Why am I here?" Have you looked around and thought some Christians might be hypocrites and you didn't want to be like them? So many people wander through life trying to find fulfillment in things, jobs, and people but never being satisfied. We often think if we can just find the right person, we will have fulfillment in life. Reality is that it's more important to become the right person than to find the right person. When we are "born again" we really start to become the right person that God designed us to be. This book gives in depth look from life's textbook, the Bible, to help us become all we can be. Through the comparison of a butterfly life cycle we can begin to understand how we can be changed and become fulfilled. This is a study guide to help you with open book testing to make sure you get the important points ingrained. The butterfly is used as a Christian symbol for new life in Christ, or Resurrection life, or Hope. Through associating the butterfly cycle to our Christian walk, we can gain insight to how trials and attitudes affect our maturing process. We also learn the importance of "feeding" on the Word of God for nutrients we need for the "cocoon" stage or endurance times of our lives. As we mature as Christians we become more "Real" and that's our goal. The "real" us is our eternal being- how we will be known. Don't you want to start learning who you really are? Gain new perspective by reading this book. It is designed for small discipleship classes too.
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About the Author
Ruth Eastman is the daughter of a minister and worked as a medical assistant until retiring in 2009. She has served in church as a Women's Retreat speaker, Bible teacher, music leader, and missions representative of inner city homeless ministry. Married for 54 years, with three children, Ruth enjoys music, gardening, writing, and spending time with her grandchildren and great grandchildren.