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WILMINGTON, NC, November 15, 2019 /24-7PressRelease/ -- November is National Adoption Month. The term adoption has evolved considerably in modern Western society. While the term adoption used to primarily signify the adoption of a child, these days we can also adopt a dog or a cat - or nearly any pet for that matter. We can adopt a family, a tree, a highway and, surprisingly, we can even adopt an embryo not yet born.
There is one form of adoption that, while not as well-known as the rest, is more important than all the rest: the adoption of a believer into the family of God.
B.BéNI Christian Jewelry recently posted an article that addresses the concept of Biblical adoption. That article reads in part:
"It's November now and it is also National Adoption Month! The goal of National Adoption Month is to increase national awareness and bring attention to the need for permanent families for children and youths in the U.S. foster care system. Each year there is a focus on a particular adoption related theme. This year the focus is on teens and how securing lifelong family connections for teenagers is a critical component to their future well being on so many levels.
"Adoption has become a profoundly important topic for me ever since we started the process and eventually adopted our fourth child from China 16 years ago. Lately I have been giving a lot of though to the biblical concept of adoption; the concept of the admission of a believer into the family of God, with all the rights and responsibilities that go with that status. Pastor John Piper said it well when he taught, "The gospel is not a picture of adoption, adoption is a picture of the gospel." I see this so clearly!
"Adoption was planned from the beginning. We were predestined for adoption before the creation of the world. God loves and pursues each of us even when we were wretched, angry, and broken beings. Despite our sorry state, we are loved and invited to partake of the transformational step: becoming God's child. He hopes to give you life and have relationship with you. He has gone through all the legal proceedings of the cross in order to free you from the penalty and power of sin and to bring you in as a beloved child. God chose us, gave us his name and an eternal inheritance and even invites us to call him "Father".
The full article is available at the B.BéNI site at https://bbeni.com/blogs/news/national-adoption-month-adopted-by-our-heavenly-father.
To celebrate National Adoption Month, B.BéNI Christian Jewelry is now making available both a coin necklace and a bangle cast with the International symbol of adoption. Either piece would be appropriate for adults or children, both male and female. Both pieces are available at the B.BéNI website.
B.BéNI Jewelry has a huge selection of inspirational jewelry, especially meaningful necklaces for that special person in your life. Each finely crafted piece of Christian jewelry features a passage from the Bible, and these comforting and inspirational words of Scripture provide comfort and encouragement for all people of faith, serving as a constant reminder of God's spiritual presence.
B.BéNI offers a wide selection of jewelry including bracelets, necklaces, sterling silver, earrings, Christian jewelry and more. More information is available at the website at http://www.bbeni.com.
B.BéNI is a New England based inspirational jewelry company that is dedicated to providing customers with meaningful pieces of jewelry that will touch the heart and ignite one's faith.
The Old World style pendants, charms and components are their own original designs starting from a simple sketch to a CAD design and then to a solid model. A cast piece is then made from the solid model. A lot of energy and love go into each piece, crafted in the state of Rhode Island, the jewelry capital of the USA.
The metals, finishes, findings, clasps, gemstones & crystals are of the highest quality available. Each order is hand-assembled with great care. The name B.BéNI has meaning. Béni is the French word for blessed so we are saying "Be Blessed." Fashion, Faith and Quality - not necessarily in that order - is what they are all about.
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