What does your clothing tell me about you?
People get dressed because:
(Slide 2 ) 1. It is all Eve's fault !!
She was tempted.... and the rest is history
Thus we dress for Modesty. To cover our shame. . (Slide 3)
(Slide 4 ) 2.We get dressed to show our occupation, or for identification .. Policemen, army, doctor, scholar even for a bride and groom, or spots-teams
(Slide 5) 3.We get dressed for protection:
Isa 56:10-12 LITVHis watchmen are blind; they all do not know; they are all dumb dogs; they cannot bark, dreaming, lying down, loving to slumber; (11) yea, dogs greedy of soul; they do not know satisfaction. And they are shepherds; they do not know to discern; they all look to their own way, each one for his own gain, from his own end, saying: (12) Come, and let me bring wine, and let us gulp down fermented drink; and tomorrow shall be as this day, great, exceedingly abundant.
Ephesians 6:11, “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil”
As I pondered how I would start today’s devotional my thoughts were directed to the book of Joshua. He had just won two astounding victories, destroying both Jericho and Ai through the power of the Lord. The Gibeonites knew they would be next, so in fear they resorted to trickery to save their lives. They put on old clothes, took moldy bread with
I Peter 5:7, "Casting all your care upon Him, for He careth for you"
At one time or another you have probably asked the question, “Why does God allow suffering and why do good people suffer”? These are age old questions without simple answers. God does allow suffering and good people do suffer and experience pain. I’m sure that many of you either are suffering or have suffered at times throughout your life. Often the suffering is physical, sometimes
Psalm 34:4, “I sought the LORD, and He heard me”
Psalm 143:8, “Cause me to hear thy loving kindness in the morning; for in thee do I trust: cause me to know the way wherein I should walk; for I lift up my soul unto thee”
Jan Welsh, secretary to Scottish essayist Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881), married him and devoted her life to him and his work. He loved her deeply but was so busy with his writing and speaking that he often neglected her. Some