Here’s a CBN news report that every American woman should hear, and not just Christian women.
Following the fashion trends of the world, contemporary Christian women don’t often look any different in their clothing attire than non-Christian women. They’ll conduct their everyday lives and even walk into church looking like ‘pump-and-dump’ hoochies or sluts-in-stellatos, totally eschewing traditional Christian standards of modesty.
I appreciate what the report says because there’s a real need for all women to return to modesty and decency in their attire. We have become an overly-sexualized society, and I’m tired of how sexually provocative and suggestive so many women have become.
It’s especially disturbing when women professing to be godly and separate from the world’s morality dress like the average American whore.
One of the women pressing for greater modesty among Christian women stated in the report: “God didn’t spell it out in black and white for us. Instead, He’s asked us to search with our hearts.”
Starting them young
Bless her ignorant little heart! God’s done more than simply ask us to “search our hearts” (which often deceives us if its not overruled by the greater wisdom of Scripture), He’s given women some very clear direction in this matter.
So while it’s true that God didn’t establish “exact rules” of what women should wear daily, He has provided some very clear guidelines that make it reasonably known how women should dress.
Mom and Dad would be proud
For instance, Paul exhorts the believers at Ephesus: “Likewise, I want women to adorn themselves with proper clothing, modestly and discreetly, not with braided hair and gold or pearls or costly garments; but rather by means of good works, as befits women making a claim to godliness” (1 Timothy 2:9-10).
Peter writes, “And let not your adornment be external – braiding the hair, and wearing gold jewelry, or putting on dresses; but let it be the hidden person of the heart, with the imperishable quality of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is precious in the sight of God” (1 Peter 3:3-4).
Solomon describes the ungodly woman as “Dressed as a harlot and cunning of heart. She is boisterous and rebellious; her feet do not remain at home.” Later in Chapter 11:22, we find these words: “As a ring of gold in a swine’s snout, so is a beautiful woman who lacks discretion.”
The point in all of this is that Christian women should attire themselves markedly different than unbelieving women. This means they don’t dress sexually provocative, exposing the intimate parts of their body such as breasts, thighs, and buttocks. They cover themselves up (no, not like the muslim women with burkas!), and they don’t accentuate their bodily parts. They’re not ostentatious or gaudy in their appearance.
This doesn’t mean they have to look like some plain-Jane. They can still dress fashionably, it just isn’t supposed to be in a garish and sexualized way.
Whether women like it or not, when they dress like a whore, they get treated like a whore. American women today complain that men don’t take them seriously, but why shouldn’t sex be on the forefront of their minds when these same gals are wearing “fuck me heels” or when their breasts are bulging out of their blouses?
A lot of guys would be happy to ‘pump-and-dump’ these gals, but most of them would never seriously consider them marriage material. They’re good for a ‘quickie,’ but nothing more.
I think more men would respect American women if they didn’t dress so damn slutty. If you look like a ‘nice girl,’ you’ll probably be treated like a ‘nice girl.’