Last night my last homeschoolers graduated. It was a beautiful graduation that was put on by theArizona Families for Home Education aka AFHE ( a Christian organization.) Everyone looked so glorious in their caps and gowns. There was one huge problem though. Some of the girls that were roaming around before it was time to put on their cap and gowns were in such a hurry to get dressed before leaving the house they accidently put on dresses that shrunk in the laundry! I was absolutely horrified and couldn't believe their mamas let them out of the house looking harlots. If my daughter was dressed that way, I would not allow her to participate in the graduation even if she is covered by her graduation gown. Do they go to church like this? Isn't modesty taught in the church or home anymore?
Post by Brother Randy on May 25, 2019 23:35:42 GMT -5
Congrats to your home schooler sister. It is such a shame that modesty has become an outdated thing. I believe alot of this comes from the false teaching " that it does not matter what you wear God looks at the heart." While there is an element of truth to this, in that we should never turn anyone away from church because they are a new Christian or that is all they have. I do believe there comes a point when one stops drinking milk and goes after the more solid food. One should not want to dress in a way that is not modest, men or women. A lot of this falls on poor church leadership in my opinion, in not teaching the word. I don't know how many times I have heard we don't teach doctrine , just the love of God.Which make for a weak body of Christ. Many today have only added Christ to their lives and not made Him their Lord and Savior. I wear what I do , very converative , not because someone told me I have , but because of my love for Christ. Sad to say when looking at a lot of people they look just like the world and very little about them shows that they are different and a Christian. If we walk hand in hand with the world what do we have to offer those that need and are looking for something different in life.