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Title: Does God Care How I Speak


1
Does God Care How I Speak?
  • I will speak any way I please. If my way of
    speaking
  • offends or embarrasses you or if you dont like
    it,
  • you dont have to listen dont be such a prude
    get
  • your mind out of the gutter.
  • It matters to God---It should matter to me
  • Cant speak as I please---Others to be considered
  • OK to preach on the Christians language?

2
  • Do you want or need examples of
  • specific forms of
  • speech
  • that are offensive, embarrassing?

3
  • I will speak any way I please. If my way of
    speaking
  • offends or embarrasses you or if you dont like
    it,
  • you dont have to listen dont be such a prude
    get
  • your mind out of the gutter.

4
Does God Care How I Dress?
  • I will dress any way I please. If my way of
    dressing
  • offends or embarrasses you or if you dont like
    it,
  • you dont have to look dont be such a prude
    get
  • your mind out of the gutter.
  • Does it matter to God?---Should it matter to me?
  • Can I dress as I please?---Must I consider
    others?
  • OK to preach on the Christians dress?

5
  • Do you want or need examples of
  • specific forms of
  • dress
  • that are offensive, embarrassing?

6
Attitudes
  • If this is not a proper attitude
  • I will speak any way I please. If my way of
    speaking
  • offends or embarrasses you or if you dont like
    it,
  • you dont have to listen dont be such a prude
    get
  • your mind out of the gutter.
  • Is this is a proper attitude?
  • I will dress any way I please. If my way of
    dressing
  • offends or embarrasses you or if you dont like
    it,
  • you dont have to look dont be such a prude
    get
  • your mind out of the gutter.

7
  • Three passages
  • should help shape our attitude
  • about the way we dress.

8
Passage 1---1 Timothy 29-10
  • In like manner, that women adorn themselves in
  • modest apparel, with shamefastness and sobriety
  • not with braided hair, and gold or pearls or
    costly
  • raiment but (which becometh women
  • professing godliness) through good works.

9
1 Timothy 29-10---the context
  • Over dressing
  • No concern for under-dressing?
  • Women
  • No principles for men?
  • Inward person
  • No concern for outward dress?

10
1 Timothy 29-10---the words
  • Adorn
  • primarily to arrange, to put in order (Eng.,
  • cosmetic),... Vine, 24
  • the apparel must be congruous with, fitting to,
  • and consistent with what she is, a child of God.
  • Wuest, Word Studies in the Greek New Testament

11
1 Timothy 29-10---the words
  • Modest
  • orderly, well-arranged, decent, modest (akin to
  • kosmos, in its primarly sense as harmonious
  • arrangement, adornment...
  • Vine

12
1 Timothy 29-10---the words
  • Shamefastness
  • a sense of shame, modesty... Vine, 1030
  • an innate moral repugnance to the doing of the
  • dishonorable act…would always restrain a good
  • man from an unworthy act…shrinks from over
  • passing the limits of womanly reserve and
  • modesty, as well as from the dishonour which
  • would justly attach thereto…
  • Trench

13
1 Timothy 29-10---the words
  • Sobriety
  • denotes soundness of mind...'sound judgment
  • practically expresses the meaning it is that
  • habitual inner self government, with its constant
  • rein on all the passions and desires...
  • Vine

14
1 Timothy 29-10---the words
  • Becometh
  • to stand out, to be conspicuous, to be eminent
  • Thayer
  • Professing
  • to announce, proclaim, profess Vine
  • Godliness
  • denotes the fear or reverence of God Vine

15
Passage 2---Titus 24-5
  • so that they may encourage the young women to
  • love their husbands, to love their children, to
    be
  • sensible, pure, workers at home, kind, being
  • subject to their own husbands, so that the word
    of
  • God will not be dishonored.

16
Titus 24-5
  • Pure (chaste)
  • signifies (a) pure from every fault, immaculate
  • ...(b) pure from carnality, modest...
  • Vine
  • pertaining to being without moral defect or
  • blemish and hence pure - 'pure, without defect.
  • Louw and Nida

17
Passage 3---1 Cor. 1222-24
  • No, much rather, those members of the body
  • which seem to be weaker are necessary. And
  • those members of the body which we think to be
  • less honorable, on these we bestow greater
  • honor and our unpresentable parts have greater
  • modesty, but our presentable parts have no need.

18
Body parts
  • Vs. 22 Weaker parts strengthless
  • Are necessary
  • Vs. 23 Less honorable parts without honor
  • Bestow greater honor
  • (bestowto place something around an object or
  • area - 'to put around, to surround.', Matt.
    2728)

19
Body parts
  • Vs. 23 Unpresentable parts indecent, unseemly
  • Have greater modesty
  • Vs. 24 Presentable parts elegant in figure, well
  • formed, graceful
  • Have no need

20
Is My Apparel Modest?
  • Does it reflect shamefastness?
  • Is it a sign of sobriety?
  • Is it becoming one professing godliness?
  • Is it chaste?
  • Are our unpresentable parts treated with
  • special modesty?
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