Luke 6: 46, “And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say?” John 14: 15, “If ye love me, keep my commandments.” What do you think of when you hear the word modesty? Most likely it’s rules about dressing that comes to mind: how short, how low, how tight,… Continue reading Modesty is Everyone’s Issue
How did the church lose the battle for the souls of America? By failing to be the body of Christ. A body cannot be divorced from its head and live; in the same way, the body of Christ cannot separate itself from Jesus and survive as His body. Yet, that’s exactly what many so-called Christians… Continue reading Standing With the Lord
Ladies, your example to your daughters and to the other ladies of the church is so important. Your life is observed, your profession to Christ is measured, you devotion either questioned or applauded. Everything about you influences the younger women, and those young in faith. The way you speak, what you speak about, either leads them to… Continue reading Modesty: a godly woman’s influence
Having a sense of shame used to be considered a good thing. It kept you from making a fool out of yourself by doing things you oughtn’t, it kept you walking the straight and narrow (at least outwardly where folks could see), it kept our talk fairly decent and our women covered. We used to… Continue reading A Sense of Shame
Each one of us has an incalculable impact on the lives of others. What we say or fail to say, what we do or fail to do, what our lives stand for or what we fail to stand up for, daily we are modeling our convictions for all to see. Daily we prove our devotion to… Continue reading Modesty: Entering The Fray
Spring is here and Summer isn’t far behind. As coolish days give rise to hot ones women will once again start shedding their clothes in the name of freedom. I guess that I ought to be used to this by now but it still bothers me. I don’t want to see the undressed bodies of… Continue reading Keep Your Clothes On
A dear brother in Christ suggested that I recommend the following video to you. I do so readily. This is the audio link: http://www.sermonaudio.com/playpopupvideo.asp?SID=2250872194 Thank you, brother Hartman!