Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by TrustGzus, Aug 17, 2017.
Oh. My. That's a bit blunt, don't you think?
I think there was an era where everyone tried to wear their best in public gatherings. There was some kind of critical mass whereby dressing that way was for the benefit and support of others. But since that critical mass no longer exists, it *looks* like dressing up is for one's own benefit.
I admire those who still do it. For me, Sunday always feels like the 21st day of the week, and I call it a victory if I don't roll out of bed and curse the sun.
It also breaks down because when I appear before the judge, or the governor, or whoever else, I'm not appearing before someone who knows my every thought and my innermost secrets. I'm not appearing before someone who sees me when I'm sitting on the pan suffering from abdominal distress. I'm not appearing before someone who
If someone believes they honor God by dressing up I have no problem with that. What I have a problem with is when people tell me how they expect me to dress in church.
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