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From a Caterpillar Into a Butterfly

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Atrue testimony of a non-believer went for a Beauty Pageant Contest with the theme "From a Caterpillar to a Butterfly" and underwent an amazing metamorphosis, being transformed into a child of God. Out of curiosity, Winnie Toh participated in a nationwide beauty pageant contest. Having shortlisted in the semi-finals, she encountered a Satanic attack and was tormented to th ...more
Hardcover, 214 pages
Published April 7th 2015 by Partridge Singapore
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Shane West
Jul 24, 2016 rated it liked it
Ever wondered how nature transforms a Caterpillar into a Pupa and finally making it fly high as a Butterfly? Well, this book is about a similar metamorphosis happening in the life of the author herself. In fact the author believes that such a transformation can happen in the life of every person who chooses to believe and follow the path of Jesus Christ wholeheartedly.

The story is a testimony to the events happening in the life of the author who was a staunch Buddhist and just like the way any b
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