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Valentine’s Day and Love
The origin of this day is uncertain. Here are some theories: (1) Some (not all) believe that it is a “christianized” form of the Roman festival of Lupercalia. This festival occurred each year between February 13th and 15th. It is … Continue reading
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Cursed Be Canaan
A preacher and dear friend in Africa contacted me, asking me to explain why Noah cursed Canaan (Genesis 9:18-27). Let’s consider the text… “Noah began to be a farmer, and he planted a vineyard. Then he drank of the wine and … Continue reading
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Beatitudes of Revelation: Watch/Stay Dressed
“Behold, I am coming as a thief. Blessed is he who watches, and keeps his garments, lest he walk naked and they see his shame” (Revelation 16:15). The book of Revelation contains seven beatitudes (Revelation 1:3; 14:12-13; 16:15; 19:6-9; 20:6; … Continue reading
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As Christians, we should want to dress and conduct ourselves in a manner which professes godliness (1 Timothy 2:10). We should want to present ourselves in a manner which glorifies God (Matthew 5:16; 1 Corinthians 6:20; 10:31). We should not … Continue reading
Posted in Clothing, culture, dance, Ethics, Temptation Tagged 1 Timothy 2, clothes, dance, discreet, ethics, Galatians 5, lasciviousness, lewdness, mary quant, mini skirts, moderation, modest, modest dress, modesty, nakedness, nudity, prom, propriety, self control, senuality, shamefacedness, sobriety Leave a comment