love for Jesus and passion for essential oils into a three-volume devotional
Collection, sharing spicy and aromatic essences of Scripture. Her devotions
encourage you to diligently cultivate your heart and grow your roots deeply in
an intimate relationship with Jesus. Lynn holds a BA in Journalism from
University of Memphis, a certificate in aromatherapy, and is a practicing
Tennessee home. Their lives are blessed with two adult children, their spouses,
and five beautiful, of course, grandchildren. Jasmine, her tuxedo kitty, runs
the house. Her current work-in-progress is a novel inspired by a painfully
challenging event in the life of her great-grandmother, changing the course for
her family forever.
& planted on the pages of the Bible provide insights into Godâ€™s word. Our
Coffee Cottageâ€™s fictional characters, Cinnamah-Brosia and friends,
courageously use the essences to season the world around them with an
overflowing measure of Jesus. All three volumes of Cinnamah-Brosia’s
Inspirational Collection for Women are featured in this single e-book.
“The Essence of Courage: Cultivating the Fruit of the Spirit in Solomonâ€™s
Locked Garden and in Your Heart”As you breathe in the fragrant aromas found in Solomonâ€™s Locked Garden (Song of
Solomon 4), you’ll harvest the Fruit of the Spirit and cultivate it in the
garden of your heart.
“The Essence of Joy: Filling Your Heart with the Aromas of Jesusâ€™
The scents of Christmas invite our imaginations into the holiday season. What
emotions flood your heart when the holidays aromas waft your way?
Youâ€™ll meet women of the Bible and contemporary women (Cinnamah-Brosia and
friends) like you and me who will encourage you to discover the refreshing
essence of a life lived in the presence of Jesus. Let JOY fill your heart with
the aromas of His nativity.
“The Essence of Humility: Live and Love Like Jesus”
We live in a culture overwhelmed with disrespect, egos, entitlement, rudeness,
and offense â€” lives focused on self, rather than God or others.
Jesus entered our world and walked among us. He placed no importance on rank or
position. Jesusâ€™ life reflected love because it reflected humility, and He
invites us to live and love like Him.
Youâ€™re invited to travel with Cinnamah-Brosia and friends once again to meet
real-life people â€” our contemporaries and those on the pages of Godâ€™s word, who
encountered the same real-life challenges you and I face each day. Learn the
blessings of a life lived like Jesus lived â€”- with love and humility.
cost â€“ not the aroma â€“ alarmed the disciples (especially Judas, the one who
later betrayed Him for personal financial gain). The othersâ€™ concerns
acknowledged the fact spikenard sold for a handsome price, and the money could
help the poor. There was surely a better use for the resource than pouring a
whole pint of expensive oil on someone’s head.
the cost and undeterred by their criticism, razzing and complaints, Mary chose
to serve Jesus. She believed He was the most valuable investment opportunity in
her life. Hindsight tells us she was absolutely correct!Â