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Title: God


1
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • Matthew 2820 - "teaching them to observe all
    things that I have commanded you and lo, I am
    with you always, even to the end of the age."
    Amen.

2
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • The revelation of God covers every area of our
    hearts and our lives! (Heb 412-13)

3
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • (Hebrews 412-13 NKJV) - For the word of God is
    living and powerful, and sharper than any
    two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of
    soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is
    a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the
    heart. 13 And there is no creature hidden from
    His sight, but all things are naked and open to
    the eyes of Him to whom we must give account.

4
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • The challenge we face is our willingness to allow
    Jesus to rule in every area.

5
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • The challenge we face is our willingness to allow
    Jesus to rule in every area.
  • Too often men will only allow their religion to
    involve certain things. Any other involvement of
    Gods word is off limits.

6
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • In the area of our dress we face great pressures.
    (1 John 215-16)

7
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • (1 John 215-16 NKJV) - Do not love the world or
    the things in the world. If anyone loves the
    world, the love of the Father is not in him. 16
    For all that is in the world the lust of the
    flesh, the lust of the eyes, and the pride of
    life is not of the Father but is of the world.

8
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • This is a highly personal area in which many are
    sensitive.

9
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • This is an area where there is great
    peer-pressure.

10
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • This is an area where there is great
    peer-pressure.
  • This is also an area that greatly affects our
    young during a critical time of their lives.

11
Gods Instruction Touches Every Aspect of Our
Lives
  • I believe as a whole we are loosing the battle of
    teaching future generations about this subject.
    Will you weigh the evidence?

12
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • The way we dress should reflect on the character
    within us. (1 Pet 29-10) KJV

13
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • (1 Timothy 29-10 KJV) In like manner also, that
    women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with
    shamefacedness and sobriety not with broided
    hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array 10
    But (which becometh women professing godliness)
    with good works.

14
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • Modest - (kosmios) - of good behaviour , well
    arranged, seemly.

15
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • Modest - (kosmios) - of good behaviour , well
    arranged, seemly.
  • Shamefacedness - (aidos) - perhaps ..through the
    idea of downcast eyes a sense of shame or
    honour, modesty, bashfulness, reverence, regard
    for others, respect.

16
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • Modest - (kosmios) - of good behaviour , well
    arranged, seemly.
  • Shamefacedness - (aidos) - perhaps ..through the
    idea of downcast eyes a sense of shame or
    honour, modesty, bashfulness, reverence, regard
    for others, respect.
  • sobriety - (sophrosune) 1) soundness of mind
    2) self-control

17
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • A Godly woman is not to be seeking attention but
    rather have a meek and quiet spirit. (1
    Pet 33-4)

18
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • (1 Peter 33-4 NKJV) - Do not let your adornment
    be merely outward arranging the hair, wearing
    gold, or putting on fine apparel 4 rather let
    it be the hidden person of the heart, with the
    incorruptible beauty of a gentle and quiet
    spirit, which is very precious in the sight of
    God.

19
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • Our women face tremendous pressures from the
    world to conform.

20
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • The modern day womens movement scorns the Bible
    teaching of character. Immorality is openly
    encouraged and praised.

21
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • The modern day womens movement scorns the Bible
    teaching of character. Immorality is openly
    encouraged and praised.
  • What does a woman face when she goes against the
    modern fashion?

22
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • God made men and women different therefore you
    will see emphasis towards women in these areas.
    Men are very stimulated by sight. (Mt 527-30)
    (Ex. How many Adult magazines are toward men?)

23
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • (Matthew 527-30 NKJV) - You have heard that it
    was said to those of old, You shall not commit
    adultery. 28 But I say to you that whoever
    looks at a woman to lust for her has already
    committed adultery with her in his heart.

24
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • 29 If your right eye causes you to sin, pluck
    it out and cast it from you for it is more
    profitable for you that one of your members
    perish, than for your whole body to be cast into
    hell. 30 And if your right hand causes you to
    sin, cut it off and cast it from you for it is
    more profitable for you that one of your members
    perish, than for your whole body to be cast into
    hell.

25
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • Women you may be wearing clothing that is an
    invitation to ungodliness and you not be aware of
    it! Sadly some are aware. (Prov 710 Gen
    3813-15) (Ex. Fishing)

26
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • (Proverbs 710 NKJV) And there a woman met him,
    With the attire of a harlot, and a crafty heart.

27
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • (Genesis 3813-15 NKJV) And it was told Tamar,
    saying, Look, your father-in-law is going up to
    Timnah to shear his sheep. 14 So she took off
    her widows garments, covered herself with a veil
    and wrapped herself, and sat in an open place
    which was on the way to Timnah for she saw that
    Shelah was grown, and she was not given to him as
    a wife.

28
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • 15 When Judah saw her, he thought she was a
    harlot, because she had covered her face.

29
The Bible Teaches that We are to Dress Modestly.
  • We need fathers to take a strong stand in these
    areas! Do you give in?

30
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • The Bible has always expected men and women to be
    ashamed in their nakedness. (Rev 317-18)

31
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Revelation 317-18 NKJV) Because you say, I
    am rich, have become wealthy, and have need of
    nothing and do not know that you are wretched,
    miserable, poor, blind, and naked 18 I
    counsel you to buy from Me gold refined in the
    fire, that you may be rich and white garments,
    that you may be clothed, that the shame of your
    nakedness may not be revealed and anoint your
    eyes with eye salve, that you may see.

32
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • Often the verses are making a spiritual
    application with the understanding of an
    underlying principle of the shame of physical
    nakedness.

33
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • Often the verses are making a spiritual
    application with the understanding of an
    underlying principle of the shame of physical
    nakedness.
  • Shame however is something that can be lost! (Jer
    615 812)

34
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Jeremiah 615 NKJV) - Were they ashamed when
    they had committed abomination? No! They were not
    at all ashamed Nor did they know how to blush.
    Therefore they shall fall among those who fall
    At the time I punish them, They shall be cast
    down, says the LORD.

35
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Jeremiah 812 NKJV) - Were they ashamed when
    they had committed abomination? No! They were not
    at all ashamed, Nor did they know how to blush.
    Therefore they shall fall among those who fall
    In the time of their punishment They shall be
    cast down, says the LORD.

36
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • We are facing a problem in the church where men
    and women are making judgments on how they feel
    and not on the word of God! This is a mark of
    apostasy! (Ex. Liberal Services.)

37
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • We are facing a problem in the church where men
    and women are making judgments on how they feel
    and not on the word of God! This is a mark of
    apostasy! (Ex. Liberal Services.)
  • What is nakedness according to the Bible?

38
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Gen 225) - Adam and Eve were naked when they
    had no clothes.

39
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Genesis 225 NKJV) And they were both naked,
    the man and his wife, and were not ashamed.

40
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Gen 37,10-11) - They were still naked when they
    made the equivalent of mens swimming trunks!

41
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Genesis 37 NKJV) - Then the eyes of both of
    them were opened, and they knew that they were
    naked and they sewed fig leaves together and
    made themselves coverings.

42
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Genesis 310-11 NKJV) - So he said, I heard
    Your voice in the garden, and I was afraid
    because I was naked and I hid myself. 11 And
    He said, Who told you that you were naked? Have
    you eaten from the tree of which I commanded you
    that you should not eat?

43
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Gen 321) - They were no longer naked when God
    made them tunics of skin. These are defined as
    "generally with sleeves, coming down to the
    knees" (v. 21 Gesenius, Hebrew Chaldee
    Lexicon, 420).

44
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Genesis 321 NKJV) - Also for Adam and his wife
    the LORD God made tunics of skin, and clothed
    them.

45
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • God replaced their shorts with garments covering
    from the shoulders down to the knees to cover the
    shame of their nakedness.

46
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Ex 2841-42Isa 472-3) - God was very concerned
    with improper clothing that still left one naked!
    How much was covered? Look at the passages!

47
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Exodus 2841-42 NKJV) - So you shall put them
    on Aaron your brother and on his sons with him.
    You shall anoint them, consecrate them, and
    sanctify them, that they may minister to Me as
    priests. 42 And you shall make for them linen
    trousers to cover their nakedness they shall
    reach from the waist to the thighs.

48
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • (Isaiah 472-3 NKJV) - Take the millstones and
    grind meal. Remove your veil, Take off the skirt,
    Uncover the thigh, Pass through the rivers. 3
    Your nakedness shall be uncovered, Yes, your
    shame will be seen I will take vengeance, And I
    will not arbitrate with a man.

49
The Bible Teaches that Nakedness Should Produce
Shame in Us.
  • Have you lost your shame concerning nakedness?

50
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What is not the issue

51
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What is not the issue
  • Whether or not small children are included. They
    are not.

52
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What is not the issue
  • Whether or not small children are included. They
    are not.
  • Whether or not the place one is in determines
    modest dress. It does.

53
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What is not the issue
  • Whether or not small children are included. They
    are not.
  • Whether or not the place one is in determines
    modest dress. It does.
  • Whether or not social customs effect how a
    Christian dresses, They do.

54
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • Whether Christians are to be modest and different
    from the world in appearance and action. They are.

55
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • Whether Christians are to be modest and different
    from the world in appearance and action. They
    are.
  • Whether clothing that produces sensuality is
    wrong. It is.

56
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What the issue is

57
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • What the issue is
  • What constitutes modest apparel?

58
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • Bathing Suits? Halters? Shorts? Tight fitting
    clothes? Low cut dresses? Low buttoned shirts?
    Slits up skirts?

59
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • Bathing Suits? Halters? Shorts? Tight fitting
    clothes? Low cut dresses? Low buttoned shirts?
    Slits up skirts?
  • It does not become immodest because of what we
    call the garment, but by what the garment covers
    and what it communicates to others.

60
How Should We Apply These Truths?
  • Dress is only part of the picture. A person can
    dress modestly and act immodest!

61
Some Common Objections
  • Everyone is doing it. (Matt 713-14)

62
Some Common Objections
  • (Matthew 713-14 NKJV) - Enter by the narrow
    gate for wide is the gate and broad is the way
    that leads to destruction, and there are many who
    go in by it. 14 Because narrow is the gate and
    difficult is the way which leads to life, and
    there are few who find it.

63
Some Common Objections
  • You cannot say this is definitely immodest. (1
    Tim 29)

64
Some Common Objections
  • (1 Timothy 29 NKJV) - in like manner also, that
    the women adorn themselves in modest apparel,
    with propriety and moderation, not with braided
    hair or gold or pearls or costly clothing,

65
Some Common Objections
  • This give me more comfort. (Rom 38)

66
Some Common Objections
  • (Romans 38 NKJV) - And why not say, Let us do
    evil that good may come? as we are slanderously
    reported and as some affirm that we say. Their
    condemnation is just.

67
Some Common Objections
  • Evil is in the eye of the beholder. (Matt 186-7)

68
Some Common Objections
  • (Matthew 186-7 NKJV) - But whoever causes one
    of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it
    would be better for him if a millstone were hung
    around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth
    of the sea. 7 Woe to the world because of
    offenses! For offenses must come, but woe to that
    man by whom the offense comes!

69
Some Common Objections
  • I am (old, fat, ugly) so I will wear what I
    want. (1 Tim 29, Titus 23-5)

70
Some Common Objections
  • (1 Timothy 29 NKJV) - in like manner also, that
    the women adorn themselves in modest apparel,
    with propriety and moderation, not with braided
    hair or gold or pearls or costly clothing,

71
Some Common Objections
  • (Titus 23-5 NKJV) - the older women likewise,
    that they be reverent in behavior, not
    slanderers, not given to much wine, teachers of
    good things 4 that they admonish the young
    women to love their husbands, to love their
    children, 5 to be discreet, chaste, homemakers,
    good, obedient to their own husbands, that the
    word of God may not be blasphemed.

72
Some Common Objections
  • Others will make fun of me. I will not make the
    team, play, etc.. (Heb 1124-26)

73
Some Common Objections
  • (Hebrews 1124-26 NKJV) - By faith Moses, when
    he became of age, refused to be called the son of
    Pharaohs daughter, 25 choosing rather to
    suffer affliction with the people of God than to
    enjoy the passing pleasures of sin, 26
    esteeming the reproach of Christ greater riches
    than the treasures in Egypt for he looked to the
    reward.

74
Some Common Objections
  • These clothes are all that I have.

75
Some Common Objections
  • These clothes are all that I have.
  • Do you care what you wear before God?

76
Some Common Objections
  • These clothes are all that I have.
  • Do you care what you wear before God?
  • What kind of attitude do you have? Do you get as
    close to the border as possible?

77
Some Common Objections
  • Why not have this attitude How can I best dress
    to be recognized as a servant of God? (Ruth 311)

78
Some Common Objections
  • (Ruth 311 NKJV) - And now, my daughter, do not
    fear. I will do for you all that you request, for
    all the people of my town know that you are a
    virtuous woman.
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