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Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God’s will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. (Romans 12:2, NIV.) The word “transform” in the original Bible language is metamorpho. It’s where we get our word “metamorphosis.” When a caterpillar changes from a lowly worm into a beautiful butterfly, it is called a metamorphosis. The caterpillar starts out as possibly one of the most unattractive insects. It’s very plain, nothing special about it. But God destined the caterpillar to go through a transformation. It goes from being one of the most ordinary creatures to one of the most beautiful. It no longer has to crawl on the ground — it is transformed into a beautiful butterfly. Know today that as you meditate on the Word, as you pray and worship and surrender every area of your life to God, He is doing a work in you. He is transforming you from the inside out. Trust Him and stay in the process knowing that He has great things in store for your future. Prayer for Today:Father, thank You for the work You are doing in my life. I surrender every part of my being to You. Thank You for transforming me as I keep my heart and mind stayed on You in Jesus’ name. Amen.
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Alegrai-vos na esperança, sede pacientes na tribulação, perseverai na oração; Romanos 12:12
Romans 12:2 ~ renew your mind
"You have to surrender. God will not control your life without your permission. We do have free will, but we HAVE TO SURRENDER." Hope and a Future by @ChristinaBeth1and2 on ONEAND2.COM
Memorized this whole chapter in 1st grade and it still continues to be my favorite chapter in the Bible.
"Let your hope make you glad. Be patient in time of trouble. And never stop praying" Romans 12:12 #scripture #prayer
You can not pluck out one part of this. If you take one line and obey it, you are only getting a small part of the whole. This is one complete thought so it must be taken in its entirety.