Church of the Commandments

The future Church of the Commandments in Clinton Township, Michigan.

I've always been fascinated by butterflies! Do you remember that this insect has four different cycles during its lifetime?† At first, the insect begins as an egg. This egg hatches into a caterpillar. Most people would not think caterpillars are very attractive. Would you? And they eat a lot, too. They need plenty of food to grow -- just like you.

Later they attach themselves to a twig or leaf. While there, they spin a protective silk case called a pupa or chrysalis -- most of us call it a cocoon. Did you know that some types of caterpillars bury themselves in the ground during this process. During the last stage, a complete change, called metamorphosis, takes place in the body of the insect.

A caterpillar went into the cocoon, but something entirely different comes out. What was once an unattractive caterpillar has become a beautiful butterfly! That's a big difference, isn't it? The butterfly's movements are no longer limited by crawling. Now, it reaches unknown heights by its wings.

Do you think a butterfly remembers its time of being a caterpillar?

If the Father can make changes in the life of an insect, think about what He can do for us. When we trust in Him, He gives us a new life. It's one very different from our old self. And it is even more beautiful than a butterfly!

Rev. John

Phone: 586-322-9883

Fax: 586-790-5461


Living Life By Living the Laws of the Father

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Rev. John, our founder and pastor, was called to spread the Fatherís plan for life in the Ten Commandments as an ordained minister of the Universal Life Church.

The Church of the Commandments is a congregation of the

Universal Life Church

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Moses presents Godís Laws Ö the Ten Commandments Ö to the Hebrew people.

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March 2018