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God's Heart Necklace Review and Giveaway

I do not buy a lot of jewelry.  I typically have the same earrings and rings on everyday.  The one thing I do change, is my necklace.  I love necklaces to make a statement and share a bit of who I am and what I love.  So I was so happy when I got the opportunity to  review the God's Heart for You Necklace from (in)courage which is a website and blog from DaySpirng

The necklace is inscribed with the words words created, chosen, celebrated, and cherished.  A small card that comes with the necklace explains each word.



Card Message:

In God’s heart, you are...

Created

I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Psalm 139:14 NIV

Chosen

The Lord has chosen you to be His treasured possession.
Deuteronomy 14:2 NIV

Celebrated

He will take great delight in you…
He will rejoice over you with singing.
Zephaniah 3:17 NIV

Cherished

I have loved you with an everlasting love; I have drawn you with loving-kindness.
Jeremiah 31:3 NIV




I LOVE this necklace.  It is beautifully crafted and it is delicate.  The necklace looks very nice on and has a clasp and chain that allows you to adjust the size of the chain to fit your outfit.


The clasp in the back of the necklace

This necklace makes the perfect gift for any woman in your life.  Its message of God's love for the one who receives this as a gift is so clear and moving.  It is important for us to be reminded of how God sees us and how much He loves us.  And now is the perfect time to buy this necklace.  DaySpring is currently offering it at 30% off!
And, thanks to DaySpring, one lucky reader will receive a $20 gift certificate to DaySpring.

To Enter:
1. Go to the DaySpring website and tell me what item you like best.

Extra entries:
1. Follow me
2. Facebook, blog, or tweet about the giveaway (one entry for each separate one you do)

Giveaway will end on Feb. 21, 2011.  Goood luck!

(I was not paid for the above review.  I received the necklace in return for an honest review of the product.)

Comments

  1. If I could be so lucky! I follow and I happened to be at Dayspring the other day to eye the Mr & Mrs Collection. For some reason those coffee mugs really struck my fancy!

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  2. I also facebooked through your link. :)

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  3. I also added your giveaway on my sidebar! :)

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  4. The necklace is beautiful! On the web site I especially enjoyed the card selections. Our Card Ministry at church would love them.

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  5. I think my favorite is the redeemed necklace, hard to chose though so many beautiful pieces.

    I follow you :)

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  6. I have the book One Thousand Gifts by Ann Voskamp on my list of books I would love to read.

    msgb245 at gmail dot com

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  7. I love this necklace. It would definitely be what I would by at the store.

    I'm also hosting a dayspring review/giveaway this week! If you have time this week stop by and enter :) My giveaways are located at the top right sidebar under "current giveaways".

    God Bless!

    Jenny

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  8. Dayspring has really outdone themsleves with such pretty new things! I love the silver scripture bangles and ALL the canvas pictures :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  9. I love the Ever Grateful plates!

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  10. I love the colorful devotion plaques! Way cool :) Thanks!

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  11. I am so bummed I missed this giveaway! how did that happen?! This necklace is beautiful!

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