Saturday, September 30, 2017

White Teeth Related to Christian Ministry? Maybe!

You probably have no idea how difficult it is to take a selfie of your mouth, while trying to avoid any trace of your huge nose in the picture!  My attempt at just that, must have had a bearing on the angle.  

All my life, I  NEVER enjoyed wearing lipstick of any color because I felt like it emphasized my yellowish teeth.  I thought my teeth were stained from formation while being on antibiotics a lot during childhood.  Probably that DID effect hue, but I just examined my teeth today, and thought, "Wow, my teeth aren't yellow anymore!!"

I can wear lip color now!  Super cool !!

I could only attribute this change in tooth color as due to our switch over the last year or so, to Arm and Hammer Complete Care toothpaste. I see that on the bottom it says "Plus Whitening/ Baking Soda & Peroxide."  We like the taste too!

My daughter and I have discussed that since we became accustomed to this toothpaste the others don't taste good to us in our mouth anymore.  Now, if I have to use an old, other tube, I dip my toothpaste/brush in straight baking soda on top of it.

I recommend Arm and Hammer Complete Care toothpaste!!

Also I recommend sharing your smile as often as you can.  You can give it away for free, and multiply your returns:

Luke 6:35
But love ye your enemies, and do good, and lend, hoping for nothing again; and your reward shall be great, and ye shall be the children of the Highest: for he is kind unto the unthankful and to the evil.

*  Is sharing your smile something that you can give, or lend, expecting nothing in return?  
*  Whose example do we follow when we give, expecting no return?  (Smile is the easiest thing to give)

Luke 6:38
Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom.  For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.

*  So if you give a smile, you may get more back??  
*  What else can you GIVE and be given good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over... into your bosom?  ....... I take this encouragement also to apply to $$$ for Christian ministry, according to what you would joyfully give!

2 Corinthians 9:7
Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.

I use King James Version for my quotes because it is considered ancient text and typical copyright laws do not restrict my use.  I wanted to encourage you if you are not familiar with , do explore!  It is a fabulous free internet resource where-by you may explore scripture in many different versions and translations and more.

Until next time Sisters, enjoy sharing your light through beautiful smiles and more!

Just from my heart, as always,
Tammy @
Grandma Mary Marthađź’—
Someone asked me if I was trying to monetize.  I am trying to monetize ONLY in that I have signed up for google Adsense.  I purposely choose to write from my heart more than cater to a niche or an avatar and therefore current blog wisdom would say that is a mistake for anyone seeking to monetize.  Money is not my priority.  (Read the "pages" linked in upper right of blog to understand my motivation and purpose.)

This article about the toothpaste is honest, and again from my heart.  I did not make the experience or thoughts up.  I was thrilled with the change in my teeth......

Because I ran out of the particular toothpaste, last night before I went to bed, I brushed with straight baking soda, and rinsed with hydrogen peroxide.  I am hoping that chemical combination will benefit as well, as I believe those are ingredients listed on my preferred toothpaste.

Blessings on YOUR pilgrim path!


  1. You really are creative! I don't usually read KJV, but that last scripture made me stop short. Unthankful and evil. I don't categorize them together, but God does. Thanks for that!

  2. Thank you, Tammy, for reminding us to be warm and friendly. We can make someone's day with just a smile. Shouldn't be so hard to do! xoxo