As believers, we are called to dress in a way that reflects the glory of God and honors him. This means avoiding clothing that is revealing, immodest, or inappropriate. In 1 Timothy 2:9-10 (ERV), Paul writes, “And I want the women to make themselves attractive in the right way. Their clothes should be sensible and appropriate. They should not draw attention to themselves with fancy hairstyles or gold jewelry or pearls or expensive clothes. But they should make themselves attractive by the good things they do. That is more appropriate for women who say they are devoted to God.” Peter writes in 1 Peter 3:3-4 (ERV), “It is not fancy hair, gold jewelry, or fine clothes that should make you beautiful. No, your beauty should come from inside you the beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit. That beauty will never disappear. It is worth very much to God.”
These passages reminds us that our appearance should not be about drawing attention to ourselves or trying to impress others with our clothes and accessories. Instead, our focus should be on living out our faith through good deeds and being modest and decent in our dress.
So, as you choose what to wear, consider whether your clothing reflects the values and standards of God. Ask yourself, “Am I dressing to honor God, or to draw attention to myself?” Remember, our bodies are temples of the Holy Spirit, and we should treat them with respect and modesty. May God bless you as you seek to glorify him in your appearance and in all aspects of your life.