You Don’t Have to Look Homely to be Holy

Have you ever been on the bus or train and spotted a woman and immediately thought to  yourself, there goes a church lady. Why, oh why, oh why do some women feel that  looking like a bowl of hot mess soup makes them closer to Jesus? News flash, it
doesn’t! What makes us closer to God is a sincere heart (check Hebrews 10:22 for proof). Our way of dressing doesn’t make us sanctified and holy. Raise your hand if you know a girl who wears her skirt down to her toes and is the freakiest
freak of the week! For too long the church has placed emphasis on attire as a way of keeping people in bondage to religion and rules.  It’s time to lay aside the religious rules and embrace true relationship with God.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not advising anyone to don their skankiest club attire to church. What I am saying  is get to know God for yourself. If you are going in the wrong direction He will step in and lead you down the right path. If you are doing the wrong thing
He will convict you to change your ways. This personal communion with God only comes through relationship. I don’t know about you but stepping out of religion and into a relationship with God is the best thing that has ever happened to me. So to all my Christian sisters out there who took a look at the photo to your right and thought how did they get my picture, it’s time to take off those Herman Monster shoes and throw away those white nurse Betty stockings and shout Free at last, free at last, thank God
almighty I am free at last!

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3 Responses to “You Don’t Have to Look Homely to be Holy”

  1. God bless you woman! This is a genius article! I look forward to reading more from you! Thank God almighty I am free at last! *Love your post. =D

  2. […] lol (my church is conservative so women don’t wear pants in the sanctuary). Either way you don’t have to look homely to be holy. I love looking fly and fabulous, even to church! One of my favorite looks is the pencil skirt. […]

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