Christian Women’s Attitude in Dressing
Women want to look good. And Christian women are no exceptions. God gave us eyes to appreciate beauty. So if we want to dress up to look good, we are merely exercising that gift. Being concern with the clothes we wear is not wrong in itself if done in moderation and propriety.
Yet, dressing is also an area that can lead to immodesty and indiscretion. Many young women and teens who are wearing “short-shorts” for instance, may not be aware that this is immodest simply because it is the fashion trend. Wearing blouses and shirt with scoop neckline, bareback and spaghetti straps were frowned at by conservative women years ago, but now it has become too…
Along life’s journey, the Lord is showing to us how frail and vulnerable we are to pain and sicknesses. This body of ours is but dust and ashes, a broken reed, a flickering light that can be put off any time.
For three months, I have been experiencing patches of itchy hives in many parts of my body for unknown reason. Doctors we have consulted can’t figure out the cause of this allergy which in medical parlance is called chronic Urticaria. I subjected myself to an allergy test and now avoid food and things that I might be allergic to, but my unwelcome visitors persistently show up. When I am on medication, they would subside, but once the medication is…
Hearing the words “I love you” delights the heart and soul. Unfortunately, many are inhibited to verbalize it. However, we can still say “I love you” in many ways. Here are five love languages according to Gary Chapman which can convey the words “I love you”.
1. Affirmation. Showing our appreciation and praises to people we love, especially to our children, establishes our love for them. Comments like: “Wow, that is something! ” or “ I am proud of you, I know you can do it.”, lift up the spirit and encourage a child to do more. It is sad that many parents, utter humiliating words when they get angry, even in the hearing of other people. Words like :…