Walking in the Newness of Christ
ButterflyLiving was created to help Christians embrace a new identity in Christ. When a butterfly breaks free from its cocoon, they emerge as a new beautiful creation. Similarly, when we accept that we are a beloved Child of God, we can relax and begin to embrace our new identity. In Romans 6:4 Paul implores us to walk in our new identity:
"Our old way of life was nailed to the cross with Christ, a decisive end to that sin-miserable life no longer at sin's every beck and call! What we believe is this: If we get included in Christ's sin-conquering death, we also get included in his life-saving resurrection."
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A transformed spirit leads to a desire to grow personally which helps us in our parenting and guides us to a better altogether life in Christ.
When we experience personal growth, it impacts every area of our life. A transformed spirit leads to a desire to grow personally which guides us to a better altogether life in Christ.
A transformed spirit leads to a desire to grow personally which helps us relationally and guides us to a better altogether life in Christ.
When our identity is in Christ, God's transforming power leads to experience spiritual growth through Bible study and prayer, it leads to growth in every area of our life.
By Mary Rooney Armand | | ,
Loneliness is feeling empty, alone, and just sad. Not physically alone which at times is healthy, vital, and invigorating but a deep sense of feeling unwanted and/or invisible. Learning how to deal with loneliness reminds me of riding a Ferris Wheel. One moment you are enjoying the view and suddenly the ride stops and you …
By Mary Rooney Armand | |
As a child attending church, our pastor would occasionally invite a group of us to sing on stage. I loved being selected and clearly remember singing, “I’ll fly away, oh glory” with my three friends while sensing the presence of God. In my mind, our performance was spectacular even though none of us were accomplished …
By Darcie Fuqua | |
How to be confident without being arrogant? What’s the trick to being self-assured yet humble? How do we squash insecurities and yet not present ourselves as arrogant? Is there a scale that tips when our pride turns excessive, warning us to settle down? Is it even humanly possible to be confident and not overconfident simultaneously? …
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