Friday, October 31, 2014

November Specials

Hey y'all!  I hope you are enjoying the pretty leaves like I am.  I love fall and everything that goes with it.  I love the pumpkins, the squash, the apple cider and cinnamon pumpkin spices in everything.  I like to drink hot herbal tea this time of year and put either peppermint, cinnamon, nutmeg, bergamot or orange oil in it.

I wanted to let you in on the Young Living specials for November.  I am enjoying all my free oils from last months special!  

The first one is Christmas Spirit oil: This oil blend contains prange, cinnamon bark and spruce oils.  Spruce is superb for the lungs.  You can even use it as a suppository for lung issues that you are ready to get rid of.  Spruce is also good emotionally for grounding and balance.  It is used in the popular blend Valor.

The second one is Ginger oil:   This one is great for traveling, especially if you are prone to getting carsick or nauseous.  Are you traveling for the holidays coming up?  You may want ginger:)  Ginger is in the popular blend Digize for digestion.  This is antitumoral, antibacterial, antimicrobial, antiflagulent (blood thinner).  If you are on blood thinners or aspirin then do not take much of this oil.

The third special is Thyromin.  This helps your thyroid which helps your energy, regulates your body temperature, metabolism, and balances hormones.  This supplement nourishes the thyroid with minerals and vitamins.  You can take it in the morning to help your adrenals and take it at night to help your thyroid.  Consider this supplement if you are tired all the time, have dry skin, or thinning hair.  Founder and Dr. Gary Young says that taking Super C, Melrose, Longevity and Thyromin together creates a synergistic effect on the hormones and immune system.  Thyromin helps if you have been exposed to radiation. 

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Tuesday, October 14, 2014

What makes a godly woman?

My husband preached tonight on the qualities of a godly woman, so I thought I would share.  A godly woman is:

1. A good manager (Proverbs 31:11, Luke 8:3)  Be a good manager of your time and your money.  Manage your money so well that your husband will not worry that you will spend all the money he has made.  You have the freedom to be industrious and make money and manage it well for the betterment  of your family.

2. A positive influence (Proverbs 31:12, 14:1)  Be the thermostat of the room and determine the atmosphere of your home or your workplace.  Women have great influence.  Have you ever heard the saying, "If Mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy."?  

3. Diligent in her purpose (Acts 16:14-15)  Don't be lazy OR be a busybody.  Work with a purpose and a plan.  The woman in Proverbs considered a field and bought it.  She had a plan. 

4. Prepared and equipped for every task (Proverbs 31:17)  Take care of your body and your health so you can take care of those you love.  Eat healthy and get enough sleep and rest so you can do this. 

5. Confident in her gifts and abilities (Proverbs 31:18)  "She perceiveth that her merchandise is good.."  Use your gifts to the glory of God!

6. She is sacrificial (Proverbs 31:20)  "She stretcheth out her hand to the poor; yea, she reacheth forth her hands to the needy."  Women have hearts of compassion, love, and that desire to nurture and care for others.  We must sacrifice our bodies to months of pregnancy and childbirth, nursing and caring for babies.  We sacrifice sleep and leisure time to do all that is required to feed, clothe and care for our family and home.  God sees all this.  He knows what it is to sacrifice His One and only Son for us.

7. She is honorable in her words and behavior (Judges 4:6-9)  Honor the Word of God if you want to be honorable.

8.  She is wise and kind (Proverbs 31:26)  Every time you open your mouth does wisdom come out?  Do you speak with kindness or sarcasm?  

This message was convicting and uplifting at the same time.  I have a lot I need to work on, but I am encouraged that God gave women such great influence.  God created women and He knows how we feel and where we struggle.  He knows our inmost being.  When your husband cannot understand you, God can.  We have a choice to make each day.  Will we choose to manage our money and time well?  Will we choose to be positive and diligent?  Will we choose to be prepared and confident?  Will we choose to be sacrificial or selfish?  Will we choose to be wise and kind or harsh and critical?  

When we choose the latter it always comes with emptiness and guilt.  When we choose to refresh others we end up being refreshed.  There is fullness in loving and giving and serving.  Choose to live an honorable life unto the Lord!  Don't let others determine your mood or your day or your life.  Be the best you can be to the glory of God!             


Thursday, October 9, 2014

Anger and cabbage boiling over

Tonight I was cleaning up after supper while listening to a good sermon on the radio.  After it went off the house was quiet and I was scraping off the stove top where water had boiled over.  I thought to myself what a hard job it was to clean the stove top just because water boiled over while I was cooking cabbage.  When the water hit the hot stove top it turned black.  I was able to clean it all off, but I thought about how much easier it would have been if I would have never let the cabbage boil over.  

Same thing with my anger.  Earlier that night I had envisioned a nice family time together with rest afterward.  However, things didn't go as planned.  I became ill because I was hungry and tired...not a good combination.  I let my anger boil over onto my husband and I spewed at him with hot words.  I made myself a mess to clean up.  I "burnt" him just like the boiling water burned the stove top.  I had to go back and humbly apologize to him and ask for his forgiveness. 

I could have prevented the mess if I would have eaten me a little snack, sat down to rest a minute and prayed.  I could have prevented the water boiling over if I would have taken some of the water out of the pot.  

Sometimes life gets too full and too busy and our pots are so full that we easily boil over.  

The Bible says in Ephesians 4:26, "In your anger do not sin". 

Take some time this week to empty your pot.  Maybe take a walk, read a good book, pray, journal, or go out with friends.  

Ask God to help you not explode in anger.   

By the way, the cabbage turned out good:)

Monday, October 6, 2014

October Specials

Happy Fall!

I hope you are all well!  If you're not, don't hesitate to ask me how to use your oils to make you well:) 
The three free oils for October are Cinnamon Bark, Orange and Nutmeg.
Cinnamon Bark: This smells good, tastes good and is SO GOOD for you! You can put 1 drop in whipped cream on top of your pumpkin pie or hot cocoa.  Try adding it to banana bread.  Make your own Ninxia Red slushy with 1 drop of cinnamon oil in 1/2 cup of slushy.  You can diffuse this to smell like Fall and help with colds.  This oil is in Thieves, Abundance, Christmas Spirit and Exodus 2.  Cinnamon oil inhibits the growth of toxins which could lead to liver cancer.  It's anti-inflammatory.  It helps fight e coli, listeria, salmonella which are food poisoning.  It helps inhibit the molds in peanuts and other foods.  It is very preventative for your stomach lining.  It's antiviral (hepatitis) and helps circulation.  It eliminates intestinal parasites.  It does all this while tasting good!
Nutmeg: I love cooking with nutmeg but never realized the tremendous health benefits of the oil til recently.  You can stick a toothpick in the oil and swirl it in your marinara sauce for an antiviral boost.  1 drop would be too strong:)  This oil supports the endocrine system (thyroid, adrenals) it is in Endoflex and Energee blends.  You can use topically over adrenals for adrenal fatigue or over thyroid, diffuse or take internally.  This is a warm oil.  It is antibacterial, protects liver, helps gastric damage like ulcers, muscle relaxant, increases melatonin for deep sleep, anti inflammatory, antibacterial, effective against fungus.
Orange: I drink Orange oil everyday!  It is calming and uplifting for the mind and body.  You can diffuse it, smell it or drink it..or rub it on your wrists (just don't go in the sun with orange oil on, or put it where the sun won't see it, like over your liver).  You can add this to water or Slique tea for weight loss.  Diffuse it with Idaho Balsam Fir for stress reduction.  Orange oil is 90% D limonene.  It boosts immunity, helps depression, combats TUMOR GROWTH, helps kill stomach cancer cells and protects cells in the body.  May prevent liver cancer..chemo prevention.  Add 8 drops over your liver for a great boost of immunity.                     

If you don't think you can spend 190 PV to get the free oils, ask your friends if they want to try an oil and buy it for them or buy your oily Christmas gifts to gain points and freebies along the way.  NOW is the time to stock up with all this sickness going around...you need to be prepared to keep your family healthy and boost their immune systems.

 I would suggest stocking up on Thieves Oil, Thieves hand sanitizer, Digize or Ginger Oil for tummy bugs/nausea, Citrus Oils for weight loss and Vitamin C, ImmuPro for Immune system, RC, Raven, or Eucalyptus for coughs and Peppermint and Lavender oil for everything​
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