Nov 26, 2014

Lilla Rose Black Friday Sale

Lilla Rose Super-Spectacular
Black Friday Sale!

Lilla Rose is having an
UNBELIEVABLE sale going on for Black Friday!!!*

20-50% off ALL items!!!! And FREE shipping on orders over $50!




If that wasn’t great enough, Lilla Rose has two special Christmas clips…The
Compass Rose and Crimson Joy, which are simply STUNNING!!!



But it doesn’t end there!
Lilla Rose has brought back ALL of the Flexis-of-the-Month of 2014!!! Many of
these sold out in days or hours, but now are back for a limited time only! And
yes, these are on sale as well!


Below is the super-popular Peacock flexi--one of the dozen styles that will be returning for Black Friday!




To find
your perfect size for the style you’d like, check out this helpful sizing
video!  Another tip is the “coin trick”:
 Squeeze the thickest part of your
ponytail and look at the circle you just created.
If the amount you're holding resembles a nickel,
you're an extra small; a quarter, you're a small; a 50-cent piece, you're a
medium; for anything bigger you'll need large or XL. This would be for a
ponytail or tails-up. A half-up would be a smaller size, and a French twist
would be larger.



This is a
great time to stock up on Christmas gifts for all the lovely ladies in your
life! Avoid the crowds, and get your Christmas shopping all done in one fell
swoop! The flexi clip works in ALL types of hair, from baby fine to super
thick, and allows you to have beautiful hair in seconds! 


Available through
independent consultant and Raising Godly Children sponsor, 
Paula Ramm, at  www.lillarose.biz/BeautifulLife. Please feel free to contact her if you need help with sizing, or
have any questions at all!

*Sale begins 12 am Pacific Time, November 28, and ends midnight, November 30.



Aug 20, 2014

The Power of Your Child's SIN

Train them, remembering continually, the power of sin. 
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You must not expect to find your children's minds a sheet of pure white paper, and to have no trouble if you only use right means. I warn you plainly you will find no such thing. It is painful to see how much corruption and evil there is in a young child's heart, and how soon it begins to bear fruit. Violent tempers, self-will, pride, envy, irritability, passion, idleness, selfishness, deceit, cunning, lying, hypocrisy, a terrible aptitude to learn what is bad, a painful slowness to learn what is good, a readiness to pretend anything in order to gain their own ends—all these things, or some of them, you must be prepared to see, even in your own flesh and blood. In little ways they will creep out at a very early age; it is almost startling to observe how naturally they seem to spring up. Children require no schooling to learn how to sin. 

But you must not be discouraged and depressed by what you see. You must not think it a strange and unusual thing, that little hearts can be so full of sin. It is the only inheritance which our father Adam left us; it is that fallen nature with which we come into the world; it is that inheritance which belongs to us all. May the awareness of it make you more diligent in using every possible means which seem most likely, by God's blessing, to counteract the evil. Let it make you more and more careful, so far it lies with you, to keep your children out of the way of temptation. 

Never listen to those who tell you your children are good, and well brought up, and can be trusted. Rather, remember that their hearts are always ready to burst into flame like dry tinder. At their very best, they only need a spark to ignite their evil. Parents are seldom too cautious. Remember the natural depravity of your children, and be careful.

Aug 4, 2014

10 Myths about Lust


By Jared Moore
If you embrace these 10 myths about lust, then you will find no remedy for your lust. Instead, you will dive into a “black hole” of sin. Embrace Truth; reject these 10 myths:
1. “I lust because I’m human.” No, you lust because you’re a sinner.
2. “I lust because others dress immodestly.” No, you lust because your wicked heart enjoys the immodesty of others.
3. “I lust because I’m not married.” No, you lust because you love sex more than God.
4. “I lust because I desire marriage.” No, you lust because you desire sexual immorality. Desiring sexual immorality is the opposite of desiring marriage. A desire for marriage is a desire for sexual morality within marriage.
5. “I lust because I cannot help it.” No, you lust because you willfully choose sin over holiness. You’ve developed a lustful habit. Repent and turn to Christ habitually. Live out the holiness He requires until new holy habits are formed.
6. “I lust because my spouse is not as interested in sex as I am.” No, you lust because you desire sex more than you desire God.
7. “I lust because my spouse does not appreciate me.” No, you lust because you believe God is too small to meet your needs abundantly.
8. “I lust because I believe God’s image-bearers are beautiful.” No, you lust because you reject God’s creation (Gen. 1:26-27). Those who lust objectify God’s image bearers, reducing His divine image to a mere object of immoral non-consensual one-sided sexual gratification.
9. “I lust because sexuality is pervasive in my godless culture.” No, you lust because you want to be like your godless culture.
10. “If I fulfill my lusts, they will go away.” No, the remedy for lustful desires is for you to deny yourself (starve your lust), pick up your cross, and follow Christ (Luke 9:23).
The only answer for a lustful heart is constant repentance and faith in Christ.  God is more beautiful and more valuable than fulfilling our lustful desires. If you embrace and meditate on His beauty, all sin will appear ugly and detestable.

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BIO:  Jared Moore serves as the senior pastor at New Salem Baptist Church in Hustonville, KY.  You can follow him on Twitter here.

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