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Free True-Beauty Make-over Series!

by Kelly Crawford
It’s time to resurrect one of our most popular series from the archives. Join me on a free beauty makeover! Follow the links at the bottom of the post.
Yes, we’re going to give ourselves a real makeover–from the inside out! We all know the truth about a woman’s beauty. The internal beauty of the heart is externalized, giving the plainest of women a mysterious beauty and power.

“These are virtues that will literally change your outward appearance!”

Our culture has lost its understanding of what makes a woman beautiful and strong. As the egalitarianism increases, the distinctions between the sexes have decreased–and it’s much more than appearance.

This quote by Dabney has caused me to ponder deeply the essence of the female gender, and I think it is astounding how subtly we have let the two sexes almost merge, and, in fact, fight against every shred of effort to keep them gloriously separated!

“…the hot glare of publicity will deflower her delicacy and sweetness…unsexed and denaturalized, shorn of the true glory of her femininity, will appear to men as a feeble hybrid manikin dwarf, with all the defects and none of the strength of the male. Instead of being the dear object of his chivalrous affection, she becomes his importunate rival, despised without being feared!”

God has allowed our own ignorance and covetous hearts to give us exactly the opposite of the thing we strive so vehemently for–worth and value.

The more the feminist agenda is realized, the more women have actually been devalued.

God’s design cannot be improved upon. When will we learn that? Men and women are created much like a seat belt. Both parts equally important, but the whole thing rendered useless if they are each unwilling to embrace their created differences.

Part of that perfect design of woman is the “glory of her femininity.” Some of us think–“Oh, that means wearing a dress.” Well, it could, or you could be just as masculine in a dress. It has much more to do with your understanding and cultivating the inner virtues of the heart; those virtues God has planted to separate you and equip you for your distinct role.

This series will look at about 15 virtues specific to women, mentioned in Scripture, and we’ll discuss what they mean and how we can cultivate those in our own lives. These are virtues that will literally change your outward appearance! And while some of these may be present simply as a result of being a child of God, more often they must be practiced and deliberately improved.

I am guilty of spending far too much time, money and energy trying to improve my outward appearance. And while I believe we are to present ourselves in a pleasant and beautiful way, it is useless if we are not allowing God to beautify our hearts.

So, get ready for your makeover.

Follow these links for the 9-part series!

Make-over: Am I Trustworthy?

Make-over: Clothed in Strength and Honor

Make-over: Discretion

Make-over: But I’m Not Meek & Quiet!

Make-over: Chaste?

Make-over: Teacher of Good Things

Make-over: Contentment is Lovely

Make-over: Wise Women Build

Make-over: The Total Beautiful Woman

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Jen in Al September 15, 2008 - 8:43 am

sign me up! thank you! :)jen in al

Amity September 15, 2008 - 10:20 am

Oh this sounds wonderful…I can’t wait!!

Dani September 15, 2008 - 12:14 pm

Thank you so much! I’m really looking forward to this.

Kim M. September 15, 2008 - 12:57 pm

Sounds like the BEST kind of make-over!

Trisch September 15, 2008 - 1:11 pm

I can’t wait to start, too! Seems the Lord is refocusing me in many areas!

Jonna Marsh July 28, 2009 - 11:05 am

Thanks for making this study available. No doubt it’s what we need. I’m looking forward to it. Hopefully, it’ll be something I can share with my Senior Sisters group.

katrina July 29, 2009 - 6:15 am

this sounds awesome!!

sem June 10, 2010 - 7:34 am

What wonderful timing. Thank you!

Robin June 10, 2010 - 10:20 am

Thank you for this series – it is something that God is really speaking to me about right now, and I am so grateful for this information!

Joyce June 10, 2010 - 12:09 pm

When do we start. Ready, set, ………..
I certainly want to go UP that road for a True-Beauty Make-over.
I probably will need to do that more than once.
You are doing a super job. So glad to have met you.

lillian June 14, 2010 - 7:47 pm

this sounds wonderful, is it for now i noticed some of the dates were last year. i love to join and will definately spread the word!!

Alexander June 19, 2012 - 9:01 pm

At last, finally, the truth, acknowledged by a woman!

Feminism have much to blame for their destruction of the distinction between man and woman.

“God’s design cannot be improved upon! When will we learn that?! Men and women are created much like a seat belt. Both parts equally important, but the whole thing rendered useless if they are each unwilling to embrace their created differences.”

This is 100% true.

Feminists are unsatisfied hags trying to redo God’s plan for us.

If only they’d understands this, then they can embrace God (and Jesus) and grow beautiful from within.

As it is, I do not trust these damned hags.

Once was enough. I’ll wait for a FEMININE woman or remain single for the rest of my life! Just too bad I’m not young anymore, thanks a lot to the damn feminists for messing too many lives up with their stupid agendas!

I craves true love, to be with my woman, devoted, faithful, trustworthy, a true gem… yet it is in vain. Life is so empty without God’s gems, all because the feminist hags are working hard to become like us men. Did they think to ask us if we’d like to be in love with MEN? We SURE DON’T!

We men wants feminine women, not musculine hags!

Who can be so blind and stupid as to ignore this? (sighs).

Make-over Part 1: Am I Trustworthy? - Generation CedarGeneration Cedar July 11, 2015 - 2:12 pm

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Clara July 13, 2015 - 7:29 am

Kelly, thank you for posting this again. I’m looking forward to reading through these.


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