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Is it possible to stop nakedness in the church and among Christians?
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A follow-up on the topic of clothing:
Here are some scriptures to look up if you desire to study the matter further.  This is the first time I have written on this very important topic.
You could look up 1 Timothy 2:9 and examine the meaning of the terms "modest" and "apparel" for women.  A thorough study of the two words that make up apparel would be "kata" and "stole."  These two Greek words are used is a particular way.  They mean a loose fitting garment that hangs down.  This is unlike most of the clothing sold to women today. The term modest comes from the word meaning "well-ordered, decorous, becoming,"  meaning women's clothes should not be sloppy, mismatched, pushing the envelope, or unladylike.  Rather it should be neat, feminine, with due attention paid to attractiveness without an attempt to be sexy.  Any attempt to draw the attention of men by emphasizing the figure or revealing areas with plunging necklines, lowered waistlines, heightened midriffs, shortened hemlines, or see-through tops is forbidden as immodest, and does not answer the purpose of clothing. 
Also, a study on the concept of nakedness is helpful.  The parts of the body God calls nakedness is genuine nakedness, otherwise we could not know what it is.  This is the lesson of Adam and Eve. They could not know nakedness without revelation.  Just as they could not know redemption without revelation.  They could neither figure out how to cover their nakedness without God showing them, nor could they figure out how to be saved without God showing them that a sacrifice in Christ is all that He will accept.  Exodus 28:42 tells us what a man's nakedness is, and Isaiah 47:2-3 describe a woman's nakedness to be the same area.  This is revelation and matches the parts the tunics of skin would have covered, as opposed to the aprons of fig leaves which would not have covered the thighs. 

The reason that this topic is rarely covered and you have probably never heard this message is twofold.
1) Most ministers are never taught this in school and it never crosses their study so it never crosses their pulpits to you. 
2) Most people do not want to hear this message so there is ample motive to avoid it at all costs.  This is a harder message to preach than a message about homosexuality or abortion.  More people will be upset in the church when you get into their closets and try to show them what God has said than will ever be offended about a sermon on hell or a message about giving money.

That being said, clothing is discussed 4 times in the first 3 chapters of the Bible.  Clothing carries a powerful message, and proper attention to dress modestly, especially for women in general who suffer from additional temptation in this area, is essential to a proper attitude about the Christian life.  A sheep in God's fold should never be comfortable dressing like a wolf from the devil's fold.  The fashion designers lie about God by the way they dress people, but we do not have to follow their trends and also lie about God.
Covering our nakedness is God's way of saying, "There is only one way to God and that is through the sacrifice of Jesus in your place."  Uncovering some nakedness while trying, in human wisdom to cover some nakedness, is man's way of saying, "I can figure out how to get to God without the blood sacrifice shed for my sins.  I will sow fig leaves and make an apron for myself.  I do not need Jesus."  To learn what God calls nakedness communicates that God tells man how to be saved through Christ.  To disregard God's definition of nakedness is to tell the world that man can find his own way to God.  If you think that the message of your clothing does not matter, you just do not realize what it is saying.
Never look down on someone or despise someone for how they dress.  You cannot bind someone else with your conscience.  However, we have been called to tear down every high thing that exalts itself against God.  What thought could be more exalted then to replace Jesus as the only way to God?  Therefore, we lovingly help people to understand key truths in the Bible.  We do not condemn people for not knowing them.  We learned them because we wanted to please God, but we wanted to please God before we learned them.  God bless you very much.  Seek to please Him.

If you have not seen our recent video on the subject, you may click here to see it: https://youtu.be/fP7ucpaJYzQ

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But we need to start with the nakedness of the heart and mind first (Exodus 32:25; 33:4,5), then the filthiness of the flesh and spirit will be cleansed as well (2 Cor. 7:1)
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Really sad, life is worth more than this, the true believers must stand and let the light in us be seen. Faced with no hope, the devil offers a lot through religions (you can name them), drugs and who knows, those homosexuals maybe doing better than us :(
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What is a Christian? A Simple Question With a Deep Answer
The average Christian might say it is someone that follows Christ.  Maybe they would define a Christian as someone who believes a certain way, or who lives a certain way.  The best answer to this question is found in the knowledge of what man is, and what God is trying to do with him.
1.      What man is:  Man is a physical body, a living soul, and a dead spirit.  When Adam fell he lost the life of God.  He was still alive, but not spiritually alive. He no longer had the ability to do what he was designed to do: to look like God.  He was created in God’s image, so that the invisible God could receive glory when visible man reflected His moral image.  From within Adam’s spirit, God enabled Adam to live holy and blameless.  So long as Adam followed, God led him.  When Adam fell, God departed from within Him, and he no longer reflected the image of God.  Though now he retains the marred image of God, man is a far cry from innocent Adam, living purely in the Garden and doing all things as God required.  At that time man showed off God.  Now man shows off himself.  In Adam all died.  We are all born without the life of God.  We have all sinned, and come short of giving God glory.  Instead we give ourselves glory.  We have ceased to be a reflection of God’s holiness, and become a billboard for our own depravity.  Our bodies, designed to show off God’s moral beauty, now display man’s total moral ruin.  We do not reflect God.  We do not have him in our hearts, and as lost people, we do something even worse.  We were designed to show what God looks like, yet when we display ourselves instead we are still saying, “This is God!  Worship Him!”  Horror, we are not reflecting the living God; we are saying that about ourselves!  What can God do for man so He once again can get the glory of seeing His refection in us?
2.      What God is trying to do:  get God back in the man.  God’s intent in dying for you is to return God to the man so that from within He can empower men to look like Him.  Not until then will man again be a reflection of Jesus, God from heaven.  When you get saved by placing all your trust in Jesus Christ, who died for your sins, you receive the Spirit of God.  Why do you receive Him?  Primarily so God can return you to a state of normality.  It is abnormal for men, who are created to be reflectors of God, to not have God in him.  How else can he show the world what God looks like?  Certainly he ought not to be so vain as to think he can be like God without God!  So, Christ comes into our hearts.  God returns to the man.  What can we do now with God back in our hearts?  We can do whatever He wants to do.  We can do all things through Christ which strengthens us.  Our job now is to die to ourselves and get out of His way.  If we would understand our role as reflectors, as bodies, as temples of the living God, we would see that a Christian is someone who has God in him.  He is someone who has become normal.  He is someone who has been completed by Christ.  He is a body to see God with, a soul to surrender to God with, and a Spirit to house God in.  Wonderful it is if you and I would just get out of Jesus’ way and let Him live the Christian life.  People try so hard to live the Christian life.  God knows some of you are struggling so hard to please Him.  Look now at this Bible picture of a Christian, “I am crucified with Christ: nevertheless I live; yet not I, but Christ liveth in me: and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by the faith of the Son of God, who loved me, and gave himself for me.” Galatians 2:20.  Stop trying so hard and just die, surrender, yield.  Rest and say, “Thank you.  Just get out of God’s way by dying to yourself.  Let Jesus live the Christian life through you.  Donate your body as a living sacrifice, and He will make it holy and acceptable.  A Christian is someone who tells the world, “This is what God looks like.”  He is not lying, he is dying, and Christ is living through him.  Yet he is not dead, for he’s never been more alive.  He’s never been more normal.  He’s never been more at rest then when he yields himself up to God, as an instrument of righteousness, and puts God on display.  When God looks down and sees a reflection of His dear Son He says, “Now that’s a Christian!”
 
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Slavery In America, from the end of the Civil Rights Movement to Today

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. 13th Amendment to the Constitution

From now on, the Republicans are never going to get more than 10 to 20 percent of the Negro vote and they don't need any more than that...but Republicans would be shortsighted if they weakened enforcement of the Voting Rights Act. The more Negroes who register as Democrats in the South, the sooner the Negrophobe whites will quit the Democrats and become Republicans. That's where the votes are. Without that prodding from the blacks, the whites will backslide into their old comfortable arrangement with the local Democrats.

This was how Kevin Phillips, chief campaign strategist for Richard Nixon*, explained the "Southern Strategy" for taking over control of the white voting bloc of the deep South in 1970. (http://www.nytimes.com/packages/html/books/phillips-southern.pdf )

In the late 60s, Nixon met with Senator Strom Thurmond and other "Dixiecrats", those formerly southern Democrats who had left the Democratic Party after the integration of both the military and the party national convention. Determined to capture the South as an entire voting bloc and capture the Presidency in a nation torn by the Vietnam War and racism, Nixon didn't hesitate to use the very same men who had defended Jim Crow through not even subtly coded dog whistles. 

Today we try and pretend it was a lot more subtle. It wasn't. Nixon didn't try and hide the Southern Strategy one iota. In fact, he depended on it. The more obviously his party abused people of color, especially African-Americans, the more traditional southern Democrats changed parties to follow their racist hearts. 

As payback for his election, Nixon rewarded the Southern Republicans with exactly what they wanted. A clear cut way to continue the economic benefits of their slave system. Civil Rights had made it hard to abuse people of color without good excuse. Nixon was about to give it to them. 

It only took him until June 17, 1971. On that day, Nixon began the ultimate war on people of color. The "War on Drugs". 

His special message to Congress in which he unveiled it started off with an obvious appeal to Southern racists. By identifying New York City (often seen and used as the antithesis of Southern identity) as the #1 problem city full of drug-addicted people (people of color goes quietly without saying), Nixon made it clear to Southerners that he was fully on their side. 

Now minor possessions of drugs of any sort were immediately criminalized, beginning (and continuing) with especially harsh and draconian punishments throughout the South. Possession of a a single "joint" of marijuana, which might get a white Vietnam veteran at most admonished by a policeman became an easy conviction for white prosecutors with black defendants. 

And the US prison slave system continued to grow. And grow. 

In the 80s, we became familiar with "crack". Crack became synonymous for many racists as the drug of choice for people of color. Punishments for possession of crack skyrocketed, while laws dealing with equal amounts of cocaine, seen as a wealthy white person drug of choice did not. 

Even after reform of the obviously racist drug penalties, we still can say today: 

Possession of 28 grams of crack cocaine yields a five-year mandatory minimum sentence for a first offense; it takes 500 grams of powder cocaine to prompt the same sentence.
( http://www.drugpolicy.org/drug-facts/cocaine-and-crack-facts )

President Reagan continued and heavily increased funding for the War on Drugs, still secretly and obviously a war on people of color. 

Then came the final demonization of black men by the GOP. Willie Horton. 

In 1986, a man who had been convicted of 1st degree murder and sentenced to life in 1974 (despite no evidence involving him in the actual murder) was given a weekend pass. Desperate for some freedom, he fled and did not return. Nearly a year later, he broke into a home. He tied up the white male occupant to a beam in the basement, and when his white fiancee returned home, raped her several times. 

Both victims were alive. But Horton had committed the single unthinkable crime in the South: a man of color raping a white woman. 

President George Herbert Walker Bush was Vice-President under Reagan when it occurred. The nation was at best very bored with him, and he trailed Massachusetts governor Michael Dukakis in the 1988 election by a considerable margin. President Bush had as his political strategist a man named Lee Atwater.

You start out in 1954 by saying, “Nigger, nigger, nigger.” By 1968 you can’t say “nigger”—that hurts you, backfires. So you say stuff like, uh, forced busing, states’ rights, and all that stuff, and you’re getting so abstract. Now, you’re talking about cutting taxes, and all these things you’re talking about are totally economic things and a byproduct of them is, blacks get hurt worse than whites.… “We want to cut this,” is much more abstract than even the busing thing, uh, and a hell of a lot more abstract than “Nigger, nigger:. 
(http://www.thenation.com/article/exclusive-lee-atwaters-infamous-1981-interview-southern-strategy/)

Dukakis was leading by an astonishing 17 points early in the summer. Atwater held a series of focus groups in NJ, where he told the story of Willie Horton raping this white woman (and cutting her fiancee) to white voters. He found that not only did blaming Dukakis for the rape work, but that by making Horton look as dangerous as possible, he could turn around the entire election. 

Atwater told President Bush: We’re 17 points back and they’ll pick up 10 more points at their convention and we won’t win. Even with a good campaign, we won’t win. You can get so far behind that even a good campaign won’t win it for you. 
http://scholar.aci.info/view/14b08ae055b00150009/14d6be6830800010006 )

President G H W Bush obviously agreed. He won the election after the Willie Horton ads turned it completely around for him. And the damage was permanently done. 

Now not only were black men to be seen as dangerous violent drug-fueled rapists/murderers, they could not even be trusted to be freed. So began mandatory sentencing for crimes, and "3 Strikes" laws. Of course the most lobby money towards those comes always from the prison lobby. Private prisons and slave labor contract companies like CCA and Unicor have too much money to ever see a reason to end racism and slavery. 

Its time. Its time to end the phony "War on Drugs", time to call it what it is: racism and hate that have no future in our nation. Stand up and demand that we end this here and now. 

Not one more generation of children in our prison slave system. Not one more. 

*One will note that while at all times I recognize the importance of the title of President, I refuse to apply it to a disgraced bigot like Nixon. 

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How to combine salvation and service.  A very important message about what it means to be saved.  Some of you have never done this.  Please read this short explanation.

“And when he had called the people unto him with his disciples also, he said unto them, whosoever will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.   For whosoever will save his life shall lose it; but whosoever shall lose his life for my sake and the gospel’s, the same shall save it.   For what shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world, and lose his own soul?   Or what shall a man give in exchange for his soul?” 
(Mark 8:34-37)
 
 
I would like to make a few observations on this passage.  This is a very critical passage tying the service of Christ to the salvation of the soul.  It has been said that failure to separate service and salvation leads to great confusion about how to be saved.  Notice in this passage the proper combination of service and salvation in order for Christ to make His point.
First, that Christ is speaking of service to Himself is quite obvious.  Following Christ, taking up the cross, and coming after Christ are all phrases of taking Christ as Master and serving Him.
Second, that Christ here speaks clearly of salvation is also evident for He says that those who do as He here commands shall save their life; and those who do not do as he here commands shall lose their soul.  The saving or losing of the soul is a very clear reference to salvation which in all dispensations is attained the same way.  In Matthew 10:28 the death and destruction of the soul happens in hell.  “And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.”  Yet the saving of the soul is our salvation in as in Heb 10:39, “But we are not of them who draw back unto perdition; but of them that believe to the saving of the soul.”  We see that the loss of the soul is death and destruction in hell, and the keeping of the soul is salvation. 
Again, in John’s gospel this same language is used to show that only those who do what Christ here says can have eternal life.  “He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal.” (John 12:25).  Here Christ clearly states that any who love their life more than they love Christ will lose their life.  This is the same as losing your soul because you have tried to keep it, as our main text states above.  This is failing to gain eternal life.   Also, you will save your life if you hate it in this world, which is the same as losing your life for Christ’s and the gospel’s sake in our above text.  This is gaining eternal life.  A man can only keep his life unto eternal life and save his soul in one way, and that is to believe savingly in Christ through the gospel.
So it is apparent that Christ here speaks to the people of service and
salvation in one call.  In fact, it is also clear that He sets forth service as a condition for salvation.  See that He conditions losing your soul on trying to save or keep your life from service to God.  He then conditions saving your soul on you’re losing, or surrendering, or releasing your life for Christ’s sake and the gospel’s sake.  Notice how these are so sweetly tied together, being inseparable.  A man’s soul hangs in the balance.  It will either be kept or lost.  How will it be lost?  Will it be by rejecting Christ as his personal Savior?  Yes, but in this passage this is described as “saving your life,” “gaining the world,” and “exchanging your soul.”  This is also the rejection of “denying yourself,” “taking up the cross,” and “following” Christ.  How will he save his soul in this passage?  Is it by trusting in Christ as his personal Savior?  Yes, but observe how it is described here.  He must lose his life for the Savior’s sake and the gospel’s sake.  He must conclude that there is nothing more valuable in the whole world than serving Christ and giving his soul to his Creator and Savior.  According to this passage and John 12, he will save his soul and have eternal life. 
Christ has no business bringing these two concepts, salvation and service, into one call to the people unless there is a necessary union between the two.  That Christ speaks here of serving Him is quite clear.  That Christ speaks here of the eternal loss of the soul is also clear and the repetition of this in John 12 shows us that this in no false interpretation.  He does not change subjects and switch from a call to service and begin a call to save our souls, but instead he marries the call as one call.   He cannot be saying that someone could lose their life for the gospel’s sake, without taking up their cross.  This would be a direct contradiction.  He cannot be saying that a man can value something more than God and keep his soul.  This again is a contradiction.  They must value Christ higher than anything else.  In other words, they must repent of their low view of Christ and see Him as God who is more valuable than their own lives or pleasures or they cannot be saved.  So long as they value something more than their own salvation in Christ, they cannot be saved.  This is a clear distinction by Christ that to be saved, one must view Christ as more valuable than any earthly treasure.  One must approve of His true nature as God, and Savior.  One must yield his very soul up to Christ in such a way as to be dying to the world and all its offers.  In short, we must choose Christ or the world, but we cannot have both.
Here is the union in this passage.  Those who would be saved must come to terms with the value of their soul, the value of Christ and, through the enlightenment of the Spirit, must ascribe to Christ the highest place in their hearts.  As they trust only in Him to save them, they fulfill the conditions in this passage to save their soul.    This is not the end of the sanctifying work of Christ, but the very beginning of the sanctifying work of Christ in their hearts to be completed unto the day of final salvation.  If they will not ascribe to Christ the highest place in their hearts, they will value the world more than they value Christ and cannot be saved.  According to this passage, only those willing to serve Christ, those willing to lose their life by taking up their cross, only those willing to deny themselves by hating their life in this world, or, which is the same, losing their life for Christ and the gospel, can be saved.
Is Christ here teaching that a man must work for his salvation?  Is following Christ a work required to gain eternal life?  No.  Here we see that the man who repents in his heart follows through with his life.  Here we see that the one who sees Christ as more valuable than this life has turned from one way of thinking to another.  This is the perfect picture of true repentance.  It is a change of mind about the value of Christ and service to Him and the worth of the soul, and what we are to love.  Faith puts its full trust in Christ for complete forgiveness and indwelling power to fulfill the holy calling just answered.   The man once placed little value on his soul and would exchange it for any worldly pleasure.  He now values, or loves, Christ and sees himself in proper relation to his Master.  This is true repentance.  The man sees his real value and Christ’s real value.  The Bible states that true repentance produces fruit worthy of repentance.  Therefore, all who thus repent become followers of Christ.  It is not the act of following that later brings salvation.  For salvation to be immediately dispensed, it must be from a change of heart, not a succession of acts.  It is repentance and faith through which we access Christ’s saving power and makes us followers of Christ, who value Christ more than self, and the service of Christ more than the things of this world, and the salvation of the soul, more than the fear of serving Christ.  So Paul rightly says, “If any man love not the Lord Jesus Christ, let him be Anathema Maranatha.”

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Putting Love, service and faith in perspective.  We are saved by "faith that works by love."  It far too easy today to confuse their relationship.  Think on this very important issue for just a moment.

This is the most basic and yet misunderstood topic in the Bible. We separate "religion" from all our normal experiences. For instance, a man would be foolish to marry a woman who did not love him. He could never force her to love him. But if she chooses to love him, she would serve him his whole life and he would serve her. Now you could say that unless your future wife will serve you your whole life, you will not marry her. Your friends may get offended by your statement. What do you mean? Only that you will marry on condition of love because you KNOW what benefits come with that. If we trust Christ in love, He knows He gets our service. So if He says, if you won't serve me I won't have you, what he means is no more than, love me over the world. Choose me. Trust me. Then He gets all of you.

The lie is that you have a life you can keep. Reality - you will die and lose everything. Give your life to Jesus and He will save your soul and give you a life you can keep with treasure in heaven. Everything man values more than God will be lost anyway. The ONLY way to keep your life is to lose all for Jesus. He lasts forever.

This sacrifice, or surrender of self, is a condition of salvation, but not as you may first think.  It is NOT a condition that secures our salvation by the service itself. To choose Christ over the world results in service. Therefore, if you choose Jesus, and by faith receive salvation, you will also follow Him in service. You cannot be saved without service, because everyone who chooses Christ over the world will no longer serve the world. They are not saved by their works, nor are they saved without them. Rather they are saved "unto good works." If I choose Jesus then I have also chosen to serve Him out of love, not to be saved, but because of His own natural beauty and worth. Unless I choose to love Him, there is no real faith. It's like getting married, these are the duties of a husband or wife. If someone promises to perform the duties of a wife in order to get married, that is not love. But if she yields to it willingly, that is love. He would never marrry her if she won't live as a wife with him, nor would he marry her if she will only do it to get something. She must lovingly want to live with him or he would be crazy to marry. So her service is a condition, but not a purchase. If it is lovingly rendered, it is a condition flowing from a converted heart.  This is the spiritual meaning of the passage in John 12:23-26:

" And Jesus answered them, saying, The hour is come, that the Son of man should be glorified.  Verily, verily, I say unto you, Except a corn of wheat fall into the ground and die, it abideth alone: but if it die, it bringeth forth much fruit.  He that loveth his life shall lose it; and he that hateth his life in this world shall keep it unto life eternal.  If any man serve me, let him follow me; and where I am, there shall also my servant be: if any man serve me, him will my Father honour."

This is called a condition, but not as faith which secures our salvation but as holiness, which is a product of it, without which, faith never existed.

Hebrew 12:14
"Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord."

There is much softening of the meaning of faith so that it means only mental assent.  Arm yourselves against this attack of the Devil.  That interpretation will destroy many passages of Scripture that God intended to keep us from sin.  May God bless you all.
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