Friday, March 13, 2009

BEAUTY TIP...

I have been doing the Beth Moore ESTHER study with some of the ladies in my community, and I have already learned so much insight about King Xerxes and his royal character!

The character that I love is the one that is described of Esther. She has the "beauty world" cornered. Hollywood cannot get one up on Queen Esther.

She exemplifies beauty.

"Beauty is not what you ARE ... but what you DO!" -Beth Moore

I love that!

Anybody with the right amount of cosmetics or even plastic surgery can become beautiful but eventually all that will fade away. Beauty is exemplified from within. It is here that botox and anti wrinkle cream is not needed!

COLOSSIANS 2:10 "and you are complete in Him, Who is the head of all principality and power."

Realizing that our beauty comes from Him. That's the best beauty tip available today!

SO ...
WHAT BEAUTY TREATMENT ARE YOU WILLING TO MAKE?

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

So true! We need to realize it more often in the world that we live in but the world paints an outward beauty image is the golden ticket. We have it all backwards!

Happy Friday!

reneejumper said...

hmmmm.. Now this blog could be bad for business!! lol.... Thanks so much for reminding me where my true beauty comes from & also where the true beauty of every woman I meet in my business comes from! A little bit of our new BeautiContol instant facelift products can't hurt though right?? hahaha You know I love ya girl!!

Mary Beth said...

So true... and I SO want to do the Esther Bible study... then maybe I will stop spending so much on my anti aging creams.

Mel said...

This is an incredible point as we are so innudated with the message of outward beauty, we forget that we are indeed beautiful as daughters of the Most High King.

The little old mom who lived in a shoe said...

Thank you for this. I spent probably 10 minutes in front of the mirror this afternoon poking my grays away from my face. These wispy, crinkly things just seemed to come from nowhere and it was very depressing. Things are sagging, I'm feeling haggard, my eyes are looking tired... I've decided today I'm not laughing enough... but clearly, I'm not in God's Word enough either. Great post!