‘Beauty Beyond Bones’ on ‘Oprah and the Golden Globes’

My fellow blogger Beauty Beyond Bones has nailed it.


Not that we want women donning  burqas: but it’s kind of hard to reconcile “I am not a sexual object” with all the slimy content that oozes out of Hollywood.

But these dolts want to be prudes and libertines at the same time. And it won’t work.

One comment on “‘Beauty Beyond Bones’ on ‘Oprah and the Golden Globes’”

  1. I’ve read a bit of her blog at times. It’s really refreshing to see a fetching young lady that is determined to live a moral life. The tide of this world is moving against her, but she’s holding to the right things. Among my friends and family, I have heard the same tales of woe. Strife and discord, ending in a divorce. Divorce is hated by our Creator, and usually one or both parties have been placing their own feelings ahead of their regard for God’s standards in order for a divorce to happen. But the original plan, was for the couple to be as one flesh. Even in unhappy marriages, tearing that bond apart has costs.

    So a young woman that resolves to live morally and by scripture may well be going against the grain of human society, but she is going with the grain of her Creator’s designs. She is wiser than the majority of people in our day.

    With the passing of years, comes perspective. When I was young, the physical beauty of such a young woman would have been foremost in my mind. Nowadays, I realize that there are many beautiful young women, but the most important thing is their beauty of character.

    There is a famous actress, I won’t mention her by name, but she is about as physically beautiful as ny woman I’ve ever seen. However, if you read her interviews, etc. the picture becomes one of immorality and selfishness. After learning about her views and moral conduct, I wouldn’t even want to meet her.

    So the young woman at Beauty Beyond Bones has aleady proven herself to be more desirable than a Hollywood sex symbol. It would be a privilege to meet such a person as her and whatever physical beauty she possesses is overshadowed by her beauty of character. Proverbs 31:30 Charm is deceitful, and beauty is vain,
    but a woman who fears the Lord is to be praised.

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