Changing your face

Well, all this making over of the site leads me to thinking about re-making me. Or not. I’ve heard that up until age 25 you have the face God blessed you with, and that after that, you end up with the face you deserve. I gotta say that lately, I am sporting some nice Louis Vitton luggage under my eyes, and a frown crease between my eyes. I think that instead of consulting a plastic surgeon directory, I’ll practice smiling and take a nap. Both will lead to me being nicer, and then maybe I’ll deserve the face I want.

I could branch off here into a study on the word countenance, and what that means, and how to get a pleasing one. The Bible studiers among you picked right upon the change in wording there,and probably have a good idea what I’d say. Those who are not, would probably be bored stiff by the end of the third sentence. With that in mind, I’ll just give you the first sentence, and let you go from there on your own.

A pleasant countenance begins with guarding your heart because “A good man out of the good treasure of his heart brings forth good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart brings forth evil. For out of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaks.”