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There is a lot of truth in that well-known saying, ‘beauty is more than skin deep’. So often we can focus on our outward appearance and neglect our inner being – nervous about what we might discover about ourselves.
The Beauty Within is a gentle and positive exploration of where we are on our life journey. In the form of a spiritual journey, Ros helps us to discover the truth about how God sees us, how He wants the best for us, and how we can develop our God-given gifts. Looking up, we will consider our relationship with the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and how that impacts our faith. Looking in, we will evaluate our thinking, our worldview, and where we place our priorities.
Looking out, we will consider how we relate to those around us, and how we can live out our faith in terms of where we are and what we do day to day. A refreshingly uplifting exercise that will help us to fully accept that we all have beauty within.
This book contains 42 sessions with room to write, journal, draw, and doodle your thoughts and insights. Interspersed are six longer ‘pause and consider’ articles that will pull together what has been uncovered in the previous sessions
|Title: The Beauty Within : Discover your God Given Worth|
By: Rosalyn Derges
Number of Pages: 160
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 8.3 X 5.8 X 1.0 (inches)|
Weight: 2 pounds
Series: Inspiring Women
Stock No: WW598329
It is often easier to focus on our outward appearance than face up to what our inner being looks like wary of what we might discover about ourselves. However, when we hold up the Bible as a mirror to ourselves, we can clearly see areas to change, develop as well as to celebrate. In the form of a reflective journal, Rosalyn helps us to:
This journal contains positive and uplifting insights that will remind us that we all have beauty within.
Aimed to be used as a spiritual check-up exercise, there are 42 sessions with areas to write, journal, draw, and doodle thoughts. Interspersed are also six longer reflections, which aim to draw together what has been uncovered.