Most Christians today do not believe that our diet, dress, music and social conduct constitute a matter of salvation. This sermon presents the truth that it was a violation of dietary restrictions which has resulted in the human race’s 6,000 year rendezvous with sin, and only obedience to every divine precept will be accepted before our heavenly King, the blood of Y’shuah notwithstanding. You will be challenged to see that “cheap grace” without obedience to YHWH’s commandments will earn us nothing but His frown. Please listen and leave your comments.
The below discussion has capitalized on dress and adornment, and while my attention is not directed exclusively to women, I will share this picture that was sent to my WhatsApp account:
The illustration is clear, and I believe all morally upstanding men would see that there is a line of demarcation between the sacred and the common, that must be maintained. The way I dress for love and romance is not the way to appear before our God and Saviour. The lesson of Peter’s experience upon meeting Jesus while out fishing with his fellow disciples ought to be a good example, that while our dress does not “save” us, it shows a level of respect we have for the Sovereign before whom we stand, sit, or kneel.
How appropriate would it be, in your mind, should a pastor go into the pulpit in a vest (wife-beater), and a pair of tight jeans? Will this change the tone of his message? I don’t know, but it will certainly change the attention of focus for both men and women in that congregation.