• The secrets of the fruit, spices, and essential oils in Solomon’s locked garden.
• A deeper meaning of these fruits, spices and essential oil essences in Scripture by studying different women in the Bible.
• How others learn through their struggles and triumphs when you meet Cinnamah-Brosia and the women with whom she does life.
• Encouragement to allow the Holy Spirit to cultivate the essence of courage in your heart.
• Fun facts about the spices and essential oils, along with ways for you to enjoy incorporating reminders of the fruit they represent into your life.
Pulled reluctantly into women’s ministry nearly four decades ago, Lynn Watson now treasures the opportunities that were provided to lead, encourage and mentor women through relationships and Bible studies. She wrote a few of the studies, too. Drawing from those experiences, along with years serving others professionally in the complementary healthcare field and her love for essential oils, Lynn delights in bringing her readers freshly inspired insights drawn from and focused on the many fruits, plants, oils, and spices mentioned in God’s Word. Married since 1973, Lynn and Steve call Bartlett, Tennessee home. Their home is filled with handmade treasures and lots of love for family, especially their five beautiful (of course) grandchildren.
Author Lynn Watson Interview
1. Give us an insight into how your writing day/time is structured?
Never the same 2 times in a row. Inspiration for each new chapter is inspired through prayer. I tend to focus on one chapter at a time. That seems like a given, but for creating a devotional with four totally different approaches to the same subject included in each chapter, it is crucial.
2. Did you learn anything from writing your book and what was it?
I could probably write volumes on this. In a nutshell, before publishing check out all your options. Ask a lot of questions. Don’t be afraid to self-publish.
3. Do you have any advice for other writers?
Write from your heart. Find an excellent editor and value their input.
4. What is your favorite color?
What day is it? Purple or orange, maybe turquoise.
5. Favorite holiday?
I love Christmas – the lights and the True Reason to celebrate. I’m not much for the stress of it, though. Our first grandson was born on the 4th of July. That one is right near the top of the list.
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