PRINCESS TURQUOISE'S BIO

 Birthday - January 11th

Color of Hair - Blonde

Color of Eyes - Blue

Favorite Color - Turquoise

Favorite Stone - Turquoise

Favorite Animal - Her black horse "Freedom"

Favorite Activities - Dancing and Singing

Favorite Place at Rainbow Castle - The Beautiful Meadow

Favorite Perfume/Oil - Henna
Henna is from a shrub producing masses of small, white, heavily fragrant flowers. The mention of the alluring fragrance of Henna is quite appropriately found in the beautiful love song of the Bible, Song of Songs 1:14. It is a smell you can fall in love with instantly and is thought to be the source of Cleopatra's famous captivating perfume. The root word for Henna is derived from an Arabic word meaning emotional tenderness. We, like the Henna leaves and flowers, can become spiritually tender and extremely fragrant when we submit to the breaking of our own wills in true repentance before the Lord.
Psalm 51:17 "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise."

Favorite Bible Verse - "Don't cause the Holy Spirit sorrow by the way you live. Remember, He is the one who marks you to be present on that day when salvation from sin will be complete. Stop being mean, bad tempered and angry. Quarreling, harsh words and dislike of others should have no place in your lives. Instead, be kind to each other, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, just as God has forgiven you because you belong to Christ."
Ephesians 4:30-32

Story of baby Turquoise

Princess Turquoise as a teen

Princess Turquoise and her horse "Freedom"

Princess Turquoise the Forgiveness Warrior

CLICK HERE for Princess Turquoise battles the Dragon.

The Warrior Princesses of Rainbow Castle battle the Dark Warrior of Deception.


Princess Turquoise ~ A Thankful Heart

Spirit Dancer - Turquoise the Stone of Forgiveness


Princess Turquoise More Information

 

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