October 2014 Love + Blessed Review

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Loved + Blessed
Cost: $10/month
Ships To: United States.
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October 2014 Love+Blessed
October 2014 Loved+Blessed

loved+blessed, who kindly sent me this box to review, is designed to surprise you with a box full of encouragement each month. The loved+blessed collection of jewelry and prayer accessories was launched in 2006, with the goal of helping women share their testimony of God’s love.

October 2014 Love+Blessed
The Box

loved+blessed ships via USPS First Class Mail during the first week of the month.

October 2014 Love+Blessed
First Look

I was super excited to receive this box in the mail because I have a friend who I knew it would be perfect for.  She needs a little encouragement and I was hoping this would give her a boost!

October 2014 Love+Blessed
The Information Card

The October 2014 loved+blessed theme is “Beauty” and included the following items:

~Mini Poster, Reminder Sticker & Scripture Card: I think these messages could work for anyone, regardless of your religious beliefs.  Who doesn’t need to be reminded of this sometimes?

October 2014 Love+Blessed
Mini Poster, Reminder Sticker & Scripture Card

~Silicone Bracelet: I actually gave this box to my friend yesterday and her teenage daughter put this on right away.  It’s on the smaller side, but it’s silicone and can he stretched.

October 2014 Love+Blessed
Silicone Bracelet

~Compact Mirror: How cute is this?  Just a little compact mirror with the Loved+Blessed logo on it.

October 2014 Love+Blessed
Compact Mirror

~Prayer Journal: My friend loved this!  She said she was going to start using it right away. It’s got a spot for prayers, the date and then a section to note if it was answered and the date it was answered.

October 2014 Love+Blessed
Prayer Journal
Prayer Journal - Inside
Prayer Journal – Inside

I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but for $10/month I thought it was a great deal.  It isn’t a box that I would get for myself monthly, but my friend absolutely loved it!

What do you think of loved+blessed?  If you are interested in subscribing or just want to learn more, click here and check them out.

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Disclosure: This complimentary box was received for review purposes. All opinions are my own and no compensation was received.
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This Post Has 5 Comments

  1. PA Anna

    I might gift this sub to a few people.

  2. lia

    Um… am I the only one who thinks that prayer journal is absolutely ridiculous? A spot to record IF your prayer was answered and the date it was answered? Because you need to keep track of whether you feel God has fulfilled your wish list? I don’t know what kind of theology that is, but it seems mighty self centered.

    1. Jennifer

      This is the first prayer journal I have ever seen, but from your assessment I am guessing they aren’t all like this?

      1. lia

        HA! No. Usually they are just regular blank journals, sometimes with a verse or inspirational quote on the different pages. Sometimes they are more involved with like a few verses and then questions or writing prompts based on it. I have NEVER seen anything like this and I’m pretty sure most pastors would say it’s not the best way to think about prayer. The general idea is that God “answers” all prayers- just maybe not the way you want him to. It’s not suppose to be a list of requests that he fulfills. He’s God, not Santa.

  3. Jamila

    Hi Lia,

    I truly apologize if the meaning behind our prayer journal was confusing. You are correct, God answers ALL prayers. In our journal, there is a spot for you to record if the answer was “Yes,” “No,” or “Wait.” Whether praying for yourself or others, sometimes the answer isn’t always what we want it to be, but there is always an answer. By recording the answer in the journal, we’ve found it’s encouraging to look back over it when you’ve filled a few pages and reflect on all your answered prayers.

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