I gave these to my girls when they were growing up. Frankly, they haven’t been perfect in following them. Modern culture exerts a powerful influence. Nevertheless, I wanted them to have something that would transcend current fashion and guide their attire once they were older and, perhaps, a little wiser.
Here they are: “Four Guidelines for Modesty”:
If you think these guidelines are helpful, you might want to pass them along to the young women you know. Evidently, not many are getting the message elsewhere.
- If you have trouble getting into it or out of it, it is probably not modest.
- If you have to be careful when you sit down or bend over, it is probably not modest.
- If people look at any part of your body before looking at your face, it is probably not modest.
- If you can see your most private body parts or an outline of those parts under the fabric, it is probably not modest.
Saturday, February 12, 2011
Do You Follow These Guidelines?
I was reading a post my Michael Hyatt on modesty. His focus was on women and girls (being he has four daughters). I would say that these four guidelines are applicable to men and boys as well (especially seeing how some of my students dress). I hope you enjoy! God bless!