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When observing the sentimental life of celebrities, who invest so much in their physical appearance and body, it can sometimes appear that the more beautiful they are the more unhappy they become.
Human beings are very attached to the things they can see, that’s why the Bible even teaches us to pay attention to what we can’t see (2 Corinthians 4:18).
Of course, taking care of yourself is essential and has its importance, but it can also become extreme if it isn’t controlled.
That’s why, as well as taking care of your appearance, it is more important to invest in who you are.
Beauty does not have to be a curse in your relationship but a “bonus”.
Learn about true love at the weekly Love Therapy Seminars at the Rainbow Theatre at 8pm.
Last week, Bishop James and Mrs. Helena explained the tendency that the human being has to inadvertently imitate what they have witnessed in childhood.
The attendees learnt:
“There’s nothing worse than you expecting something that is not going to happen ever! You will get to the point where you just want to give up,” explained Bishop James.
The solution is to learn the intelligent love, so that you can make the right choices based on the Word of God.
Visit the Rainbow Theatre this Thursday at 8pm to receive the next message to bless both the singles and the couples.
Event: Love Therapy Seminars
Date and Time: Thursdays at 8pm
Location: Rainbow Theatre, 232 Seven Sisters Road, Finsbury Park, N4 3NX (Outside London at your local Universal Church via livestream)
Check out the video below and understand why beauty becomes a hindrance for many: