Over the many years of my service to Christ, I've come to learn the value of modesty. It's not just covering oneself in
order to make a statement to others. It's an honorable form of worship, a outward statement of faith, if you will.
Many - and I do mean many - people complain about dressing and acting modestly. They say it's not necessary for
Christians, it's a form of feminism, I dress this way for myself (makes them feel good), it's not biblical and my very
favorite "if you've got it, flaunt it". I could seriously go into deep detail, using big words and grammatical compositions
that would please the well educated, but that's just not how I roll. Simple is best. Anyone can understand it, and the only
thing it requires is an objective viewpoint.
What is modesty anyways? Modesty is a way one dresses, speaks and behaves themselves. It's the act of being a visual representation of Christ. What does modesty look like? A Man or Woman that is modest is careful to make sure that the physical shape, chest/ breast -and or cleavage - is not exposed in a way to draw attention to those areas with tight fitted clothing. He/She does not take part in obscene language and is careful to avoid the very appearance of sin in everything he or she does(1 Thessalonians 5:22 KJV).
1 Corinthians 6: 12-20
The Body Is the Lord’s