Posts Tagged ‘revive seven’

Developing Hospitality

As I sat down to broach this topic of hospitality, I laughed to myself, as I’m not often hospitable. How can I write about something I don’t excel in? I began to reflect on someone who exhibits hospitality. Instantly Evon McDonald came to mind. I know Evon through Young Living, and I’ve been a guest of…

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Spring Cleaning or Death Through Toxicity?

Cleaning. It touches several senses, doesn’t it? “Cleanliness is next to Godliness,” is the first thing I heard while envisioning nuns. Next I thought of the extreme diagnosis of OCD in today’s jargon. Did you think of Jack Nicholas? And how many of you immediately “smelled” Pine Sol? Or Clorox? And then did you “feel”…

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Surrender

There comes a point when the work of your human flesh gets in God’s way, even if you’re living intentionally for Him, even when you don’t intend it. My oldest child was very sick as an infant and toddler. I went through three pediatricians, one of whom accused me of having Munchausen Syndrome, before I…

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Some of my favorite things!

by Megan Roberts CortiStop Supplement According to Young Living, the CortiStop supplement is designed to help support the female glandular system and maintain balanced cortisol levels in the body. Increased amounts of cortisol are produced when the body is under stress. Increased stress and increased cortisol can lead to fatigue, difficulty maintaining a healthy weight,…

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Apathy

Apathy. That’s where I’d found myself. Emotional indifference. But why? It’s easier that way; you don’t get hurt…again. And then I looked up and noticed that there are literally millions of us that are functioning that way. Christ was anything but indifferent, and don’t we claim to be Christ-followers and imitators as Christians? How many…

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Xylitol

Have you been made aware of the many wonders of xylitol? It’s a naturally occurring five-carbon alcohol sugar; we produce between 3-5 grams of it daily. However, it can be harvested from food products such as corn cobs! So what’s the big deal? As far as dental health, and future medical health, is concerned, it’s…

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Essential Oils for Jesus’ Burial and the Grieving

You do realize God is amazing, don’t you? Today, the Saturday prior to Resurrection Sunday, I was listening to David Phelps sing “He’s Alive.” This song is told from Peter’s viewpoint after the crucifixion: he’s hiding in the Upper Room from both the despair of denying and losing Jesus and the fear of being found…

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Words

by Amy Cravey, Texas You cannot escape them. They permeate your mind. They float through one ear and out the other. You mindlessly rattle them off one by one. You see them everywhere you go! You are surrounded by them and they cover surfaces everywhere you look! And I for one am exhausted by them. WORDS. They…

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Physical Symptoms, Emotional Roots

Physical symptoms, emotional roots. I can hear you now: Really? Yes, really. I’ve been a member of Young Living for 3 ½ years. For the first 18 months, I used Young Living reactively. If there was something physical that needed attention, I supported that function with oils. I was perfectly happy in that arena, my…

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