No Longer a Caterpillar

What has LCU meant to me? All I can say is “transformation for my life.” You know how the caterpillar has to go to the cocoon stage for 5-21 days? After it comes out, it is no longer a caterpillar – it becomes a beautiful butterfly, and that’s how I can describe LCU. I may have come in as a caterpillar spiritually in a lot of areas, but after sitting under the anointing of anointed professors…butterfly!

The Bible says, “Taste and see that the Lord is good.” When your friend has you taste some ice cream, and once you taste it, you get hooked. Before you know it, you keep going on and on.

Well, that’s just like what you get at LCU, because for the first class you don’t have to pay anything; you just come and taste. Glory to God! You just come and taste! I promise you, the first time you taste the Word of God, you’re going to be hooked. You’ll come back and back and back, because Jesus is going to fill you with so much Word.

You know the Spirit of God and the Word of God; they bear witness together. Having just the Word and no Spirit is dangerous, and just having the Spirit and no Word is dangerous. Glory to God, when you have the Word and the Spirit, you’re a force to be reckoned with. This is what God has given me coming to LCU.

– A. H., Bachelor in Pastoral Ministry, Tampa, FL

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