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Pictures from the King: The Butterfly Encounter Paperback – 4 Jul 2017
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About the Author
My life is one of transformation brought about by an amazing encounter with God through the wings of a butterfly. I now seek to serve God and others through the changes that have shaped my life. These changes are reflected in many creative ways such as writing and expounding on God's Word, ministry to women and prayer. Each day I live out the joys and trials of knowing the love of God in the depths I could once only have dreamed of.
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Recently, Cheryl and I went on a short break to Edinburgh, Scotland and while we were there we visited Holyrood Palace at the time each year when the Queen and the Royal Family are normally in residence. There were pictures of the Queen everywhere but the Queen herself was not there, but we were told she would be at Holyrood Palace soon and the place would be closed to the public.
Since an election had been called, the Queen had to stay around longer in London for the opening of Parliament and her other duties.
Having visited the Palace, it occurred to me that there might be many people living and working in the Palace who had pictures of the Queen but had never met her personally. In a similar way, there are people who go to church each week, sing hymns, pray prayers and listen to sermons, and may have pictures of King Jesus but may have never personally met Him.
If that sounds familiar, this book may be for you.
The book is quite unique because it is very difficult to categorise. There is a mixture of literary genres on display: allegory, personal reflections, prophetic thoughts and prophetic, pictures, Biblical meditation and teaching, testimony, as well as a short story in honour of the Jewish witness during the holocaust. Rather than looking through a telescope, all the different colours on display are more reminiscent of a kaleidoscope.
The author clearly has gone beyond having pictures of the King Jesus and had a life transforming encounter with Him. For this reason, I would say this book serves as an invitation, particularly for women, and those who have been looking for God through different paths, as well as perhaps those from a Jewish heritage.
The author’s style is gentle and sensitive – in line with the book’s title – and she clearly believes her book will bring healing, encouragement and hope to many.
If you get the picture and want an encounter, you may want to take a closer look.