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Welcome to Day 7 of our first Anni-VERVE-sary celebration!
For the past several days, the Verve Divas have been sharing samples from our upcoming "Beautiful You" commemorative set, our very touching and eclectic collection of meaningful quotes. Today, I share mine.
"What the caterpillar calls the end of the world, the Master calls a butterfly" ~ Richard Bach
Why I chose this:
This quote is especially meaningful to me as a reminder to trust in God’s plan, despite how circumstances might look or feel. May we all be encouraged that our destiny is to stretch our wings and fly.
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Beautiful card! And I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this quote... I just read (and re-read, and then read again ) The Very Hungry Caterpillar book with my son -- so this is inspirational and meaningful to me on several levels. Thanks!
That is a greast card, and the quote is wonderful! I am really loving these previews of these quotes!
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Thanks Amy for another great quote! In our church we are actually currently focusing on God's plan for us and how it may not be exactly what we think it should be, but He has wonderful things planned for us even though we don't always understand the path to getting there.