Every woman can accentuate her God-given beauty using the hidden treasures of the ancient Scriptures.
Ginger Garrett reveals how every woman can accent her God-given beauty using the hidden treasures of the ancient Scriptures-where every scent and every act of beautification had spiritual and emotional significance.
A woman's longing to present herself as physically beautiful is universal. Beauty is extolled throughout the Bible as complementing God's plan for women's lives. There are currently no books that examine the beauty practices of biblical women, the plants and products God created to accent their beauty, and the spiritual roots of feminine rituals.
Beautiful women abound in the Bible: Queen Esther, the bride of Solomon, Delilah, Rachel, Sarah, and more. Their beauty was a gift from God, and God also supplied the many foods, spices, and oils that perfected each woman's appearance. In Beauty Secrets of the Bible, Ginger Garrett helps readers accent their God-given beauty using these secrets.
Women who read the book will understand the essential oils and fragrances mentioned in Scripture (and why they are making a comeback) and will be able to create a regimen based on all-natural ancient products and techniques. Beauty Secrets of the Bible gives readers what other beauty books lack: the knowledge that a woman's unique earthly beauty is indeed a blessing from God that can be cultivated.
|About the Contributor(s)||Ginger Garrett
Ginger Garrett first established her name as a nonfiction writer, creating Lose It for Life for Teens with Steve Arterburn and Moments for Couples Who Long for Children. Chosen: The Lost Diaries of Queen Esther (NavPress, September 2005) is the first of Garrett's four novels based on the lives of the most beautiful women in Scripture. She is a frequent radio guest across the country, and her work has been featured inWoman's World, Teenagers Today, Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS) International, London Kids, Christian Women Today, and Wal-Mart commercials nationwide.
|Publish Date||Sep 11, 2007|