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BONUS BLOG: That Image of These Past Almost 50 Days

May 22, 2021
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I’ve used this image in my social media and elsewhere since Easter Sunday. From its source comes this —

The butterfly is a long-held symbol of resurrection and new life.

It perches atop a hyacinth, mythic herald of spring and rebirth which also symbolizes a massive heavenly triumphal concert proclaiming the arrival of the Resurrected King of Creation.

The sunrise represents a new beginning in Jesus’ redemption of mankind.

Its seven rays stand for completeness, perfection, and unity.

The outer ring is comprised of eight sections, a reminder that a new beginning in Christ is beyond completion, beyond perfection, even more than whole.

The Greek egerthe is the traditional Easter greeting, “He is Risen.”
[https://sacredordinarydays.com/blogs/news/easter?_pos=1&_sid=404ba33ab&_ss=r]

— With that as the backdrop: one of my favorite songs by Charles Wesley has us singing, “My chains fell off, my heart was free! I rose, went forth, and followed thee.”

Yup!

And tomorrow is Pentecost Sunday. Acts 2 has a ton of details. And here we go!

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