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Holy Garments; Exodus 37-40
Season 1, Episode 19 • 27-Jan-2022
The fashion industry is booming. We truly care about what we wear. In recent years, many pastors have made it a priority to dress normally on Sunday to illustrate that God cares more about your heart than your clothes. While this is true, it does not mean dressing up for Sunday service is wrong or that God doesn’t care about what you wear. Why do we dress the way we do? Is it for attention, praise, social acceptance, or is for the LORD? When we dress well, or the best we can, it shows a level of respect we have for God. And like a wedding ceremony, Sunday service reflects the final consummation of Christ to His Church. We are not dressing for each other but for God. Some like to say, we’re meeting with the King! In dressing our best, or with Godly intention, we attempt to show who we are and what we believe about God. The LORD told Moses, that the priests were to wear unique and anointed clothes when they did the work of God in His Temple.
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