My Journey to becoming a Nobel Woman – Day 26
Purify Body and Soul
Scripture to Memorize:
She considers a field and buys it;
out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.
She sets about her work virgorously;
her arms are strong for her tasks.
Passage to Read: Psalm 51:1-4,7 Today’s passage asks God to have mercy on us according to his unfailing love and great compassion. It also deals with asking God to blot out our transgressions and sins which are only against him. It ends with asking God to cleanse us so that we will be clean and whiter than snow.
Ask God to have mercy on you according to his unfailing love and according to his great compassion ask him to blot out your transgressions. Ask that God wash away all your iniquities and cleanse you from your sin. Admit that it is only against God, and God alone, you have sinned. Ask God to cleanse you so that you will be whiter than snow.
In order to remain vigorous and energized we need to take care of our bodies. We do that by eating healthy (cleansing foods — Donna has some recommendations in her book Becoming the Woman I Want to Be), exercising and bathing.
Now most of us probably take showers — they are fast and convenient; however, a cleansing bath can purify your body from toxins. What exactly is a cleansing bath?
- 2 cups of Epsom Salts
- 2 cups of baking soda
- a few drops of lavender or arnica oil
- Hot bath water
Soak until the water turns cold but not longer than thirty minutes. If you feel dizzy when you emerge, don’t worry that means the bath did it job.
Incorporate a cleansing bath into your EVENING ROUTINE at least once or twice a week.
- Eat a cleansing diet.
- Obtain ingredients for your cleansing bath.
- Incorporate a cleansing bath into your EVENING ROUTINE at least once or twice a week.
Notebook: Add CLEANSING BATH to your EVENING ROUTINE page.