THE COCOON PART II

The disappearance of a caterpillar into its cocoon and its subsequent transformation into a butterfly is both a symbol of the death and resurrection of Christ and the change that we undergo when accept Christ as Lord and Saviour. Some…

THE COCOON

When a caterpillar entombs itself in a cocoon, there is no sign of life, at least from an outsider’s viewpoint. But inside, away from prying eyes, a true miracle is taking place.


 
Like the caterpillar in the cocoon, much of…

THE CATERPILLAR LIFE

Here is a summary of the main points of this series of blog posts to date:
 
  1. God has designed us to be creative beings.
  2. To be “Butterfly’d” means to burst forth from the “caterpillar life” to the brilliant beauty…

OUT OF LIMITATIONS COMES CREATIVITY

A little background about the egg phase of the butterfly cycle:
 
Some species of butterflies lay eggs one at a time, while others lay eggs in clusters or by the hundreds. The size of a butterfly egg varies from 1…

WHAT DOES "BUTTERFLY'D" MEAN, ANYWAY?

The butterfly starts its life as a tiny egg, about the size of a dewdrop, usually found on the underside of a leaf. The egg splits open, and a caterpillar crawls out. Its first food is its eggshell.
 
Caterpillars are…

IN THE BEGINNING......

The very first line in the Bible reads like this:
  “In the beginning, God created the heavens and the earth.”  
This short sentence—just ten words—is rich in meaning.
 
 What does this sentence tell us?
 
Well, first and foremost,…

BEFORE I DIE I WANT TO (BECOME)......

Walking a pedestrian pathway along the river in downtown Saskatoon, I came across this huge blackboard titled "Before I die I want to......." under one of the bridges. The responses varied wildly, and were no doubt from a wide range…