~experiencing fulfillment in seeing transformation happen in both the natural, your home, and the spiritual, your inner self~ How creating beauty in your home can stimulate inner spiritual growth!
As long as I can remember, I’ve loved the fairy tales and stories where the theme is Ugly Duckling turning into a beautiful swan!
I love watching shows where they make over women, and after a haircut and a little make up, their beauty is released!
Often times, the outer transformation does an inner work, an emotional healing of some sort…I find this fascinating!
Does the show What Not to Wear come to your mind right now? 🙂
At the same time, I absolutely love this type of transformation with an ugly piece of furniture…
Like this one~
My initial thoughts were, “this is really ugly….Perfect!”.
I saw that it was made solid and it’s bones were good…
and with a little care I could bring out it’s Inner Beauty!
THE same thing goes for us:
1. We exfoliate our faces to get rid of dead skin cells……..We sand our piece of furniture.
2. We use cleanser on our faces………..We wash down our piece in preparation.
3. We moisturize our faces, for protection………….We prime our piece.
4. We add foundation……………..We add our paint color.
5. We add details, such as eye liner and mascara……We add details in highlights and hardware.
Often, caring for ourselves physically motivates us to care for ourselves emotionally and spiritually~
The ultimate goal is being physically, emotionally and most importantly spiritually healthy…..
…beautiful Inside and Outside!
Song of Solomon 4:7
“You are altogether beautiful, my love; there is no flaw in you.”
The Beautification Process began with…
Primer, or should I say Foundation! 😉
paint highlights- dry brushing, or you could just say “make up”!
More details, make up! 😉
Thanks for joining me in this somewhat silly post~
There’s truth hidden in this silliness and I hope you found it!
All for Jesus,
*If this brought a smile to your face, let me know.
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